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Old November 2nd, 2012, 06:58 AM   #51 (permalink)
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You could do a Nandroid backup and try a dirty flash

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I downloaded and haven't flashed. I've set up my phone over and over again lately so have decided to just sit with r24
i will flashed when they fix bug with the camera, big numbers and everything
R24 it is
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You could do a Nandroid backup and try a dirty flash
some people say that for r25 you need to do full wipe twice..wtf, even randomblame say this..

btw, how to do this nandroid backup?
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There should be a backup/restore option in recovery
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Like Ewoedo said. Boot into recovery. Select Back | Restore. Than select Backup. This creates a file in the folder /sdcard/cloxkworkmod/backup. You can copy the files and transfer it onto your PC in case you accumulate a large numver.

To recover your backup, you first do a full wipe and than select restore.

This allows you to restore a previous ROM with all the settings and Apps intact.
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Like Ewoedo said. Boot into recovery. Select Back | Restore. Than select Backup. This creates a file in the folder /sdcard/cloxkworkmod/backup. You can copy the files and transfer it onto your PC in case you accumulate a large numver.

To recover your backup, you first do a full wipe and than select restore.

This allows you to restore a previous ROM with all the settings and Apps intact.
much clearer now..
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I decided to stay on r24 and just flash the keyboard seperatly.

I am loving it. I really like the swype style feature and use it constantly.
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I decided to stay on r24 and just flash the keyboard seperatly.

I am loving it. I really like the swype style feature and use it constantly.
i'm also on 24..i'll be waiting to fix all bugs and than maybe flash the new one.

can you please give me link for the keyboard, i want to try it..
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http://www.gnufabio.com/?p=195

Here you go. Download from that page and flash. You can flash the clock too but that crashed a lot for me.

Edit: You will have to choose the keyboard from the v language and input b settings.
I didn't think of this at first and thought it doesn't flash properly
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i will wait for 26 or 27 to fix all bugs with the camera, I've read all morning posts and comment, so i decided to wait for next release
Well, it's now on version 26.2
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Jeez, they update so fast.
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Well, it's now on version 26.2
it's like mexican soap -.-..every night new episode
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Jeez, they update so fast.
Basically, every time there is a new CM10 nightly, JellyTime is updated correspondingly.
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Any one now if it's possible to change the colors scheme on this ROM? Like change all the blue to red, green or something?
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Hi all. I've downloaded R26.2, it sounds excellent, but where do you find the MD5 of the online file? I've checked it in root explorer but got nothing to compare with? Am i missing something obvious here?

Also, which version of gapps are people going for - looks like 4.2 is available here:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1972669

But you gotta sign up to another forum to get hold of it. Has anyone done it and is it worth it over the version on the Jellytime thread first post (20121011 signed)

I'll keep you all posted once i'm done...
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Any one now if it's possible to change the colors scheme on this ROM? Like change all the blue to red, green or something?
here you are http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1925807, first flash system UI than framework..
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Randomblame does not post the md5sum code for his ROM. I normal flash them without checking.

The gapps on the thread should be fine. If needed you can update afterwards.
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here you are http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1925807, first flash system UI than framework..
Thanks but I'm looking for something like in ice cold sandwich, were it had room control andi could change the colours of the battery etc from there.
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Thanks but I'm looking for something like in ice cold sandwich, were it had room control andi could change the colours of the battery etc from there.
ok, but you should try it, for me, it's amazing..especially red..
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OK, I'll give it a try
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OK, I'll give it a try
Then write down your opinion
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Will do. Might be a day or so before I have spare time for flashing though
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Will do. Might be a day or so before I have spare time for flashing though
did you try 26.2? i'm going to flashed tonight maybe..
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Looks like R24 or R25 is a better bet for a daily driver.
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I haven't up updated. Going to wait a while.
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i will flashed tonight after all, i found new gapps so wont to try them too..
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r26.2 flashed..first shoot with a a camera and phone shut down -.-
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Looks like it's a no go then
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Looks like it's a no go then
yep, definitely not, and i can't find dock settings, it's pretty annoying that you can't move google widget from desk :/

but it's very fast, very very..maybe fastest so far..
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R27 is out...

"Release 27
Kernel updates
a few days worth of commits from cyanogenmod
stylus gesture support - probably only works with s pens
performance optimizations for bionic and v8
removed stock camera/gallery because it was causing confusion
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more I'm sure"
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Watching this ROM development over the past 20 builds (or so) I do not think we will ever see a stable version 1. Basically, it seems like Randomblame is moving from nightly to nightly build, which means applying fixes designed for CM10. These fixes some issues but causes new ones to appear, or more often old issues to re-appear.

I guess best advice for those who want to make it a daily is pick a build the works well enough and stick to it for a bit. Well, unless you like beta testing a lot.

A lot of JellyTime users, given the frequent updates have adopted the strategy of just going with dirty flashes.
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From user feedback on XDA, R27 us looking like those "must install" don't replace too soon builds.

Flash away gents.
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From user feedback on XDA, R27 us looking like those "must install" don't replace too soon builds.

Flash away gents.
i know, 26.2 is the same, i don't like it, it's very fast but...nope :/
sound is so weak..i can't describe to you...i made big mistake flashing 26.2..24 was so good..
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I might just try flashing r27 as a dirty flash
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Does flash work for you?
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i don't know, i'm not flashed yet..
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No I mean adobe flash.
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In the browser? What browser?
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No I mean adobe flash.
adobe is not supported on JB, JB work on html5..btw, use Dolphin Browser or Boat Browser and everything will work fine..
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You can side load Flash in JellyBean. Unsupported but it works for most apps.
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OK thanks. That's kinda annoying.
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Is the screen on vs wake any better in the newer versions?

Battery is not so bad, but a few hours more would be brilliant (10+)
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Is the screen on vs wake any better in the newer versions?

Battery is not so bad, but a few hours more would be brilliant (10+)
nope, still awake A LOT when screen's off with r27. Disappointing.

Only rom where battery's good for me is existz's ics rom.
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Well I can still get around 10 if my signal's good, but ... I don't wanna go back to ICS
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From 100% to 90% in 14 hours, not bad you might say, but the phone was in airplane mode, no wifi. Check the awake time as well.


Used gps, and mobile data for about half hour and now it's down to 78%.


I'm the same as you, don't wanna go back to ics after experiencing jb.
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Your awake times are a lot worse than mine.

If I compare to sense roms, the phone is asleep when I lock it ( uses less power when sleeping), but uses more when awake... :-P

What happened to IColdS? No one's talking about it anymore
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I'm the same as you, don't wanna go back to ics after experiencing jb.
This is the part I have never understood, except for Google Now (which I don't use) and the new notifications (which is really cool), I really do not notice the difference between ICS and JB.
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This is the part I have never understood, except for Google Now (which I don't use) and the new notifications (which is really cool), I really do not notice the difference between ICS and JB.

Notification bar, Google now. Actually, I might go and get on the ics band wagon again.
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Old November 12th, 2012, 02:23 AM   #99 (permalink)
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Release R28
kernel updated
mms fixes
fixes crash when adding contact from dialed number
synced up with cyanogenmod
http://jellytime.googlecode.com/file...lyTime_R28.zip

i will flashed today and post all about this relese..
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R28 flashed!
just wooooow...sound is not the best..but ROM is amazing, battery improvement is the best..stable, fast fast and fast..
bug with a manual select network is still here, but connect to network is ok..
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