[ROM] MIUI 0.10.15.0 | Stock | Deodexed | UPDATED 10/18/2010


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  1. jbdan

    jbdan Well-Known Member

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    Then just be sure to call by name Nix :p

    Link for dnld is back up although it is mediafire aka slow
     

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  2. jbdan

    jbdan Well-Known Member

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    I'm on 7.28 as well (by far the best battery life for me with any kernel).

    My MIUI runs perfect everything works I just haven't tried WirelessTether yet.

    I've also found that setcpu, for me with stock kernel, hinders smoothness of this ROM idk why
     
  3. tbdaly

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    I am doing a full wipe before flashing and then i use titanium to restore apps only. Im using the radio that comes with the rom. I dont know much about it.
     
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    Radio's don't come with ROMS, but do this check and see what radio you are on. Go to menu> settings> about phone> software info> baseband

    I'm thinking you are on 2.15.00.07.28 so that might not be an issue

    When you do a wipe do you wipe/factory reset, wipe cache partition, then go to advanced and wipe dalvik cache? And do you do this all through clockworkmod recovery? If not then try this
     
  5. tbdaly

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    Yeah, my radio is 7.28 and I have clockword for my nand backups and then I use ROM manager for basically everything else.
     
  6. n_i_x

    n_i_x Member This Topic's Starter

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    d'oh!.. was a typo.. 0.10.29.0 is the latest indeed...

    Still working on proper mirrors.
     
  7. jbdan

    jbdan Well-Known Member

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    I see well there are many many reports of Rom Manager not wiping correctly or completely. I wouldn't know as I prefer to do everything manually through clockwork. I've only used Rom Manager to download a few things. I would give it a shot like I said earlier doing everything through clockwork. My bet is that this will work for you. I'm old fashioned I guess :)
     
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    I got myne off of Rom Manager. No issues. Loaded Over my rom with no Full removal or anything.
     
  9. GoinOnTilt

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    Link still doesn't work for me...
     
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    Right on ;)
     
  13. GoinOnTilt

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    Once I installed, on first bootup, I was putting my google acct info in and the phone rebooted to the boot menu.

    I rebooted and seems to be fine.

    Should I be worried, or looking for anything not working?
     
  14. jbdan

    jbdan Well-Known Member

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    I wouldn't worry about it. This has happened to me on a couple of occasions with different ROM's. Load it up and see how it does today.
     
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    n_i_x Member This Topic's Starter

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    OP updated with new hosting courtesy Savoxis!
     
  16. tbdaly

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    I wiped everything the way you suggested and I still cant get everything to stop force closing. Such a shame, i wanted to try this out.
     
  17. GoinOnTilt

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    Been running this since this afternoon. Very nice. I love the menu structure (once I found them).

    Anyone have any suggestions to any tweaks I should do to get even more out of this ROM?
     
  18. jbdan

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    wow! hmm... are you by any chance on an SLCD version of the Inc?
     
  19. tbdaly

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    Honestly i dont know, i had an original release one and then a couple months ago i got a new one. I wish i could figure out what the heck is going on with it.
     
  20. jbdan

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    Dang that stinks. If you have an SLCD version there are reports of them acting bonkers with aosp ROM's which this is.

    I forget, but I know there is a simple way of telling if you have an slcd version or not it's something in the model # maybe? I forget! Look around I know it's somewhere around here. If it is slcd maybe you could try a different kernel as that fixes it from what I read. Again though, I can't find where I read it! lol It's at XDA that I do know :D
     
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    If lcd harware ver. will end in 3

    If it is lcd Koush test#2 kernel will get you running.
     
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    jbdan Well-Known Member

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    Thanks doug! Let us know tbdaly
     
  23. tbdaly

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    My hardware version is 0002. And its funny that you mention the test kernals. When i did it through rom manager it gives me the option of either the regular kernal or koush's test. Ive tried both... basically, I give up lol. Thanks for y'alls help, let me know if you think of anything else...
     
  24. tbdaly

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    And I downloaded the zip without rom manager and tried to do it manually through clockwork but I got confused because there were multiple folders and files in the zip. Do I put them all on the sd card or just specific ones?
     
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    1. Place the .zip somewhere on your SD card that you'll remember. (I have a folder titled ROMS)
    2. Reboot into recovery (when the phone is off press and hold Power+VolDown). This will bring you to HBoot. From here go to "Recovery" to enter clockwork recovery.
    3. Wipe Stuff:
      • Select "wipe data/factory reset" and let it do its thing.
      • Select "wipe cache partition" and let it do its thing.
      • Select "advanced" then scroll down to "Wipe Dalvik Cache" and let it do its thing.
    4. Install ROM:
      • Go to clockwork recovery's main menu (hit the power button to go up a level).
      • Select "install zip from sdcard".
      • Select "choose zip from sdcard".
      • Navigate to where your ROM is located and select it to start the install.

        Note: After you finish flashing the ROM you can install any other themes/zips you have for the ROM using the same method. I don't believe you need to restart into MIUI before flashing stuff like NuBlu but I'm not 100% positive.
     

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