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Old February 25th, 2012, 07:29 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I am thinking about reflashing a new rom but I have always wondered why on start up of my phone I still get the liberty screen then it goes to MIUI boot screen. I am guessing I did something wrong to have this happen.

Also am I the only one that has to drive to a home area to reactivate my phone after a sbf. its a real pain and the trip is over an hour. is there any ways around it?

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In your mobile network settings, do you have "system select" set to "auto"?

RE:boot animation, I think you were supposed to turn that off before flashing a different rom. I think a sbf fixes it, so you could backup your rom, sbf, then root and restore your backup.... a lot of work. There's a way to flash it back too, but who knows where that file is or what you'd call it. Might have to ask that in a liberty thread.
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Yes it is in auto
And on the screen it says extended network vs Verizon network.
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How about:
"Data roaming" set to "on"?
"Network type" set to "auto"?

Maybe there's some other setting. I would think it's in this section somewhere.

I'm on MIUI so probably not the best person to be comparing settings with.
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How about:
"Data roaming" set to "on"?
"Network type" set to "auto"?

Maybe there's some other setting. I would think it's in this section somewhere.

I'm on MIUI so probably not the best person to be comparing settings with.
Yes and yes

And I am also on MIUI.
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Here's something to try: CR-48 Won't connect to Verizon - Google Chrome Help

Something else, have you tried activating via wireless? Might need to bypass the Google screen (tap all 4 corner trick), connect to wireless then activate.
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This might get rid of your Liberty boot logo. It was on the sbf download page (root section):

Motorola Boot Image Replacer
If you are stuck with a custom boot image flash this in clockwork, no wipe
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Thanks I will give those a shot next weekend when I update to the newer version of miui
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