ICS: com.android.phone has stopped.

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  1. nofxdan

    nofxdan Active Member

    Alright so apparently this is a pretty common problem, but I haven't found a fix yet that has worked for me.

    Whenever I try to make a call, I get the message 'com.android.phone has stopped.' The radio will then crash and restart itself.

    The only time I have noticed the error so far is when I try to make a phone call, everything else works. This has happened with every version of ICS I've tried.

    This is extremely frustrating, as ICS looks and feels sooo good, so any feedback would be greatly appreciated!

    Happens on AOKP & any CM9 ROMs, but current setup is:
    Build aokp_targa-userdebug 4.04 IMM76I eng.20120725.043525 test-keys
    Mod version aokp_targa_milestone-6

  2. OutOfPhase

    OutOfPhase Premium Member

    Have you been doing clean installs between each rom or are you just flashing one from over the other?
  3. nofxdan

    nofxdan Active Member

    Clean installs. Cache, data, etc wiped. Coming from .905
  4. dautley

    dautley VIP Member VIP Member

    The bionic isn't officially supported by CM9 ROMs. Do yourself and you phone a favor and try the .232 leak from Motorola. You won't want to go back to CM9.
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  5. nofxdan

    nofxdan Active Member

    Any specific link? All the rom info has become so fragmented across sites that it's tough to find a central location that has everything!

    Are there any extra steps I'll need to take coming from .905 with safestrap 1?

    Found your post over here, and it was very helpful. Just flashed the leak, and am setting it up now. Thanks :)
  6. tehsusenoh

    tehsusenoh Well-Known Member

    You can also try out AOKP. It's my daily driver. I'm on .232. No data drops at least on this leak.

    I had this issue a few times, but I don't know the cause. Newer builds seemed to have fixed these issues.
  7. johnlgalt

    johnlgalt Antidisestablishmentarian VIP Member

    You're running ICS ROMs on GB base. That, in and if itself, is the issue.

    Install the .232 leak, and then see if the ROMs go screwy on you or not
  8. dlamber7

    dlamber7 Well-Known Member

    That's what I was gonna say. When you upgrade to an ICS leak I would suggest not going beyond a .232 leak or you won't get back on the upgrade path to an official ICS ROM.

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