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Old June 28th, 2012, 04:19 PM   #101 (permalink)
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Yes I certainly did.

EDIT: The volume is still low on JB. Also, Volume + did not fix it, at least for me.
Same here. Volume + is a no go.

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Old June 28th, 2012, 04:22 PM   #102 (permalink)
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Same here. Volume + is a no go.
Yeah its kind of annoying. Thankful for this rom, but now I cant hear my phone ring or when I get a text lol. Well, in due time.
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MD5 was all good. Just wiped caches again, let's see how many reboots it will last lol. I will most likely do a complete wipe for the next version. Seems like it just effects some folks and not others.
ohhh...didn't know you didn't do a complete wipe. That would fix it I bet
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ohhh...didn't know you didn't do a complete wipe. That would fix it I bet
When I flashed v2.1 I did a complete wipe, and I still sat at Google logo. I dirty flashed to v3 and again sat at Google logo.
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When I flashed v2.1 I did a complete wipe, and I still sat at Google logo. I dirty flashed to v3 and again sat at Google logo.
hmm...I've wiped and flashed numerous times with no boot loops or stuck at google screen. I know that doesn't help you, but odd that it's doing it to you
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Tried it. Going back to aokp 40, after backup of JB.

Good: Smooth, speed, new pulldowns and lockscreen animation. Nice new good search feature. Hey. They're trying, right?

I'm not sure the speediness was due to the rom or the popcorn kernal, but it was good.

Bad: It doesn't play well some apps like nova, rom manager and auto-killer that I noticed. Nova came out with an update for JB today, but still didn't address some graphic problems like black on black, making words difficult to read.
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hmm...I've wiped and flashed numerous times with no boot loops or stuck at google screen. I know that doesn't help you, but odd that it's doing it to you
Its weird for sure. I've seen some other folks having the same issue over at rootz. I just did a full wipe and install. Will see how it goes from here.
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does anybody know what's included with the "Addons: PopcornScripts v1.5" ???

if I wanted to install the add-on's do I simply flash the rom then flash the add on file all within 1 bootrecovery session?
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Its weird for sure. I've seen some other folks having the same issue over at rootz. I just did a full wipe and install. Will see how it goes from here.
Still stuck a Google logo. Restored back to my AOKP backup, and now I am bootlooping.

No more JB for me, can't be bothered with it. To many issues.
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Still stuck a Google logo. Restored back to my AOKP backup, and now I am bootlooping.

No more JB for me, can't be bothered with it. To many issues.
Chicken.
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Still stuck a Google logo. Restored back to my AOKP backup, and now I am bootlooping.

No more JB for me, can't be bothered with it. To many issues.
Yeah that sucks. I'm sorry you're having an issue. This has been the fastest ROM period. Always been stable.
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Still stuck a Google logo. Restored back to my AOKP backup, and now I am bootlooping.

No more JB for me, can't be bothered with it. To many issues.
How long did you wait? I heard someone waited 10 min until it loaded.
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OK, when you guys are talking about ROM's and kernels for this, are there any ROM's and kernels out for it? Or is it just the ones that comes in this leak? i.e. I'm assuming none of the ICS stuff will work in JB...i.e. kernels and Rom's.

About to give this a whirl and just thought I would ask
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Wow, my wifi is awful, and this is supposed to be the fixed one...
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after i just finished loading everything, i began to use amazon to restore my amazon apps, and it went to a deepsleep, and bricked itself...

back to aokp 40 for me
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Wow, my wifi is awful, and this is supposed to be the fixed one...
Try the fix posted in the OP by mwalt if you're on v2.1 of JD's port
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Yeah that sucks. I'm sorry you're having an issue. This has been the fastest ROM period. Always been stable.
I thought I was stuck at the boot ani, as well, it took like forEVER. (teenager talk)
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Can you flash AOKP 40 on top of JB V3? By the way Apex doesn't work.
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So did anyone try installing this with TWRP?
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Try the fix posted in the OP by mwalt if you're on v2.1 of JD's port
Yep, much better now.
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holy crap, i have no clue how much battery i have left, and now no matter what i do, my phone DOES NOT boot up, i have no clue how dead this thing might be
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when the v3 failed and killed itself, i have tried and tried to install a new rom, a different rom, the SAME ROM! the phone is dead! format system, wipe data, wipe cache, i think this rom is defective
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^^^ that sux....one more reason why i'm holding off for now.
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once v3 fails, your nexus becomes useless, you cannot restore a nandroid, you cannot install v2.1, you cannot install v3, you cannot install aokp b40, i am having to unbrick my nexus
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^^^ that sux....one more reason why i'm holding off for now.
dude it sucks, and im not so sure this will fix the issue!
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Old June 28th, 2012, 06:41 PM   #126 (permalink)
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No problems here with v3.
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for your sake, i hope you dont encounter a problem
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Have you been able to get out of it by fastboot flashing stock img's VS?
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yes i had to flash the 4.0.2 stock image to get my phone back, its insane
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About to do the same here.
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Yikes, sorry to hear about your troubles.
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I have gone back and forth twice with no issues, 2.1 then 3

Sorry you guys are having issues...frustrating
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Voided, I hope you get your problems situated. I will be holding off until AOKP brings the code into their rom, until then it's AOKP for me!
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it sucked too, i was just installing the amazon apps, and then bam dead
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In light of recent events, it may be wise to add one more step to the list of "to do's" for those flashing these roms...save Nandroid backup to PC for safe keeping.
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imo it was a big mistake to go from the stock 2.1 build to all the custom stuff suddenly dumped into the 3.0 build. introduce too much nonsense + beta build = disaster...
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I wiped data/cache, dalvik, and flashed the jd 2.1 with the wifi fix right after. No hang time at the google logo, but I did have to wait like 5-10 mins on the boot animation.

Very awesome new animations. The stock launcher and app drawer are now flawlessly fast. In an interesting choice, it looks like they decided to reverse the performance priority between wallpapers and the launcher from what it was in ICS. In 4.0, stock LWPs ran at full speed but the launcher would become sluggish. In 4.1, the LWPs can at times run pretty sluggish, but the launcher is always full speed. I wholeheartedly agree with this change.

Ironically, the new features are the only things that lag. Understandable, considering that they're still a WIP while the rest of the Android OS has had forever to get polished.

Has anyone been able to figure out the different ways to use the voice actions?

- I've found that I can set an alarm in 50 different ways, and directions are a breeze in natural language.

- Asking for a note still sends an email of the message to my own inbox, which always seemed like a lazy implementation to me (just make a stupid notepad/reminder widget Google).

- Reminders are handled by setting labeled alarms. Cool but I'm hoping that someone can tie this into a reminders app like in iOS.

- Sending texts and voice dialing are still hit or miss for me.

- If I tell it to play me a Soundgarden song, it loads up a random track with the rest on shuffle (about 60% of the time). Very cool.

Has anyone else found any cool new productivity/assistant style voice commands? I really wish that I could get it to set calendar events by voice, and a native reminder app would be sweet. What have you guys found?
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I'm back on Jelly bean. Frankly, it is quite an amazing performance improvement. I'm going to be playing around with it a bit. I can't wait until our developers start making making rom with it.
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It took about 5-6 mins to boot up.

Even after i re-installed all my apps., and rebooted, it still hangs on the google logo for a minute, and then the nexus logo for quite a while.


It's really odd how long this thin take to boot up...
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I read that source code should drop within a week. Then the devs will be able to do some work.
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So which one is everyone looking at once it really gets stable? Cyanogen? I'm new to this.

Edit: I see in the poll that Liquid and AOKP are the two most popular here. I guess they'll probably have a timeframe once the full source code is released in a few days?

Here's a random question that probably would have a better place to post, but I'm going to ask any way. When you install a new ROM (I'll be coming from stock), do you have to set the phone back up with Verizon or not?
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Sorry some of you have had what seem to be major issues. I've had none at all. Before I post leaks like this here (I'm just a measly messenger) I like to flash and run then restore backups the re-flash and run again to make sure all is well on my end so people run into as few issues as possible.

To clarify, when I mention "complete wipe" or "wipe fully" it includes formatting system. I don't know if some know this. Also I exclusively use CWM touch recovery so that might be a factor as well.

Sorry about not stating that in the OP and if I can help in any way trust me I will. I'll rework the OP as best I can and give plenty of warnings that I can think of when I get to my PC late tonight.
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imo it was a big mistake to go from the stock 2.1 build to all the custom stuff suddenly dumped into the 3.0 build. introduce too much nonsense + beta build = disaster...

I agree and have stuck with v2.1. I mentioned earlier that something like this leak and something so alpha that it precedes "alpha", future builds are often buggier than their predecessors. Please every one new to this proceed with caution. Also know that some of us have not had ANY issues at all, but that won't mean it will be the same for you.
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Old June 28th, 2012, 09:43 PM   #144 (permalink)
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once v3 fails, your nexus becomes useless, you cannot restore a nandroid, you cannot install v2.1, you cannot install v3, you cannot install aokp b40, i am having to unbrick my nexus
I'm in the same boat, spent the last 3 hours trying to get it to work. No luck. Trying Vicious at the moment now. I've found that wiping and then flashing a different rom will work. Only problem is I can't even boot into recovery right now...guess the phone's just dead. What a PITA...
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Old June 28th, 2012, 09:50 PM   #145 (permalink)
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I'm in the same boat, spent the last 3 hours trying to get it to work. No luck. Trying Vicious at the moment now. I've found that wiping and then flashing a different rom will work. Only problem is I can't even boot into recovery right now...guess the phone's just dead. What a PITA...

Can you not boot into recovery using the method I described in the 1st post?
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Old June 28th, 2012, 09:57 PM   #146 (permalink)
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Looks like I spoke too soon. My only option is now to go back to a stock 4.0.2 and work from there.

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Can you not boot into recovery using the method I described in the 1st post?
I think the phone was just dead because I let it charge from my laptop for about half an hour and I could boot into recovery just fine.
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So which one is everyone looking at once it really gets stable? Cyanogen? I'm new to this.

Edit: I see in the poll that Liquid and AOKP are the two most popular here. I guess they'll probably have a timeframe once the full source code is released in a few days?

Here's a random question that probably would have a better place to post, but I'm going to ask any way. When you install a new ROM (I'll be coming from stock), do you have to set the phone back up with Verizon or not?

I'll flash the 1st custom source dropped rom when its available. I favor aokp so hopefully it will be by them.

As for setting the phone back up with VZ I'm not clear on what your asking. When you install a new rom your phone will be in a factory like state with the additional customizations added by the rom developer. You'll just readd your accounts and redownload your apps and set your phone up like you did when you first bought it. welcome to rooting!
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Old June 28th, 2012, 10:25 PM   #148 (permalink)
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For anyone currently on v2.1: have you found any fixes for GPS? I can't get GPS to lock when Navigating.
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Old June 28th, 2012, 10:27 PM   #149 (permalink)
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Which V2 version is everyone having the best luck with, since there are two variants posted? I think for now I'm going to stay away from V3, since some have reported a few issues.
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Old June 28th, 2012, 10:34 PM   #150 (permalink)
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I've upgraded from 2.0 > 2.1 > 3.0, all dirty installs and I couldn't be happier. It's a shame there have been one or two folks with problems. Is it possible they got a corrupted DL??
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