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1.2.1 Bluetooth

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  1. rcozzi

    rcozzi Well-Known Member
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    That's what I get for thinking. It stopped again. multiple restarts and battery pulls it might start but then I lose 3g and wireless. *228 to reset connection and the bluetooth will be off again. I'm losing it. Can someone help?

    running latest version of stormdroid 1.2.1.
     

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  2. rcozzi

    rcozzi Well-Known Member
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    Just cleared the cache and dalvik cache and reinstalled stormdroid 1.2.1. Bluetooth still will not turn on.
     
  3. rcozzi

    rcozzi Well-Known Member
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    I guess no one else has had this problem. I have a hearing problem an rely heavily on the earpiece that I cannot use now. I have even looked for an app. that may resolve this, with no luck. If it,s a hardware issue I am done in by the fact that I have replaced the touch screen myself with a replacement not exactly the same. The dark plastic is a dark shade of blue instead of black.
     
  4. theunbound1

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    i usually just get the "turning on" for a while, then it gives up. Same issue with the stock rom, Stormdroid, and Bionic Zero. I have two Ally phones, and they have this same issue.
     
  5. rcozzi

    rcozzi Well-Known Member
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    Maybe opinions?
    Do I need a new phone? It's really not in the budget just now. I have really loved my Ally.
     
  6. rcozzi

    rcozzi Well-Known Member
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    Just in case someone else wants to know, and I would be surprised if not. I assumption I have come to based on the curiosity and lack of answers others might have had.
    After trying everything else that made sense, I decided to reboot to recovery and try a factory reset. I didn't think that would have been an option with the third party ROM. It turns out to have been the solution to my problem.
     
  7. Brandonson112

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    I get the same problem. I think its the custom kernels we run. In order for me to get it to work i have to start it as soon as the phone reboots.
     

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