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Old October 20th, 2012, 04:13 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have a GSM One V and just flashed to CM10 following all the steps. After I rebooted the phone, the CyanogenMod logo appeared (with spinning green 'wheel') but it has been stuck here for 30mins. Should I keep waiting or did I mess up the install?

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Any more than about 5 minutes is too long.
I have seen 6 and 7, but it's rare.
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It didn't seem right so I restored to my previous ROM. Can somebody show me the proper steps in setting up CM10, I must have missed something.

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EDIT: I figured it out....forgot to flash the boot kernal first.
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You need to flash a CM10 boot image in fastboot. Also once you flash the boot image in fastboot, you want to install the latest google apps for 4.1.2 here http://goo.im/gapps/gapps-jb-20121011-signed.zip

Here is the Kernal you need to flash http://www.mediafire.com/?n6r43hzhma99vbt

Flash boot image in fastboot
wipe cache/data/dalvik
flash rom
flash gapps
flash supersu if you have it on your SD card (not needed, but flashing it from CWM Recovery overwrites the older SuperUser.)
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Does anyone have an issue with their phone where it doesn't shut down. I tried to turn it off but it just boots into CWM for some reason and will never turn off.

EDIT: Just tried to turn off phone again and it worked. The difference - this time I wasn't plugged into my laptop. Whenever I plug into the laptop while the phone is off or trying to turn off, it boots into CWM Recovery. I'm guessing its something to do with the bootloader, but I don't know what.
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