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Support Ally on velocity 1.1 won receive incoming calls

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by sterk32, Sep 16, 2011.

  1. sterk32

    sterk32 Lurker
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    This is my first try at a custom ROM. I have had Velocity 1.1 up and running on my phone for about a day. It was beautiful at first, like having a brand new phone.

    Now I realize I am not receiving any incoming calls. I can call out and text in and out. But if I try to call my phone it goes straight to voicemail. Anyone know how to fix this. I hate to go back to the stock ROM but at this point it looks like I might not have a choice. This is something I just cant live with.

    2 other things I have noticed but can live with. Battery seems to charge slower and drain quicker since installing this ROM
     

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  2. sterk32

    sterk32 Lurker
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    I think I might have figured out my problem. I realized I had turned off USB debugging and when I turned it back on a test call worked this time.

    Does this make sense to anyone with more know how about how the incoming calls come in? Hopefully thats all it was and I can continue to enjoy my new improved Ally on Velocity!
     
  3. biggiesmalls657

    biggiesmalls657 Android Enthusiast

    Did you dial *228 and hit option 1 um. Did you wipe data cache and dalvik and battery stats before flashing? Just a couple questions to help us determine the solution...
     
  4. sterk32

    sterk32 Lurker
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    Thanks Biggiesmall, I did wipe everything before flashing. Didnt do the *228 but so far everything has been fine since I turned USB debugging back on. Ive gotten several incoming calls since then. Well see over the next few days if that fixes it.
     
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