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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by KutuluKid, Nov 6, 2014.

  1. KutuluKid

    KutuluKid Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    So, I was trying out the suspend option that switches to 2g when the screen is off and now I can only get 3g/H+, I had a ZTE avid that had problems with the Cm10 ROM Luke this and I cannot remember what I used to switch the 4g back on. Thanks in advance, and no, I did not make a backup first. I know, I know....
     


  2. KutuluKid

    KutuluKid Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    So, I was trying out the suspend option that switches to 2g when the screen is off and now I can only get 3g/H+, I had a ZTE avid that had problems with the Cm10 ROM Luke this and I cannot remember what I used to switch the 4g back on. Thanks in advance, and no, I did not make a backup first. I know, I know....I did try changing the preferes network type in mobile networks settings to LTE, still no 4g.:mad:
     
  3. KutuluKid

    KutuluKid Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    OK. Reboot seems to have brought it back. Weird, how often does the network type indicator on the status bar update? Was I just impatient?
     
  4. Incakola

    Incakola Android Enthusiast

    Did you flash gapps after you flashed du instead of booting du without gapps on first boot?
     
  5. KutuluKid

    KutuluKid Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    Yes. That is not right is it? OK. Flash ROM. Reboot. Then flash the gapps? So should I flash the kernel before or after the gapps?
     
  6. xdrc45

    xdrc45 Android Enthusiast

    You can flash the kernel before or after the gapps... It really doesn't matter or effect the gapps.
    Typically I flash the ROM, flash the kernel then flash the gapps package.
     
  7. KutuluKid

    KutuluKid Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    ROM and kernel, then reboot? Reboot into recovery or system?
     
  8. xdrc45

    xdrc45 Android Enthusiast

    You can just flash the ROM then flash the kernel and then flash the gapps without rebooting recovery or system in between. Once everything is done flashing reboot system.

    If you want, just to make sure everything goes through properly... you can flash the ROM then reboot recovery and flash the kernel and then flash the gapps after and then reboot the system.
     
  9. KutuluKid

    KutuluKid Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    Going to try to find some time tonight. Just started getting FC's on my dialer. I can still make calls through hangouts using cellular network though, weird.
     
  10. xdrc45

    xdrc45 Android Enthusiast

    Your getting FC's on your dialer app using DU?
    What version of DU ate you using?
    The latest stable build is posted in the OP of the DU thread, 11/05/14 v8.2, if your not on that build version yet I'd recommend flashing that version.
    I haven't had any issues with any FC's on this build at all and specifically with the dialer app.
     
  11. KutuluKid

    KutuluKid Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    Yeah, I still have the 8.1 installed. I am going to d/l'd the 8.2 ROM, gonna pick a kernel, seems Franco is extremely popular and Pagapps. Flash ROM and reboot recovery, flash kernel and pagapps.
     
  12. KutuluKid

    KutuluKid Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    OK. So I wiped using twrp, installed 8.2 ROM, rebooted recovery, installed tbo-gapps and Franco r63 and rebooted to system. Now I have no cell network and if I try to open in settings I get a settings FC. Um, never had this happen. I could restore a backup or try to reflash again. Any ideas what happened?
    I restored my backup before the flash. Full functionality including the dialer app which was giving me FC's even after reboot now works fine.
     
  13. Hook

    Hook Ever since DU... ;-)

    So it sounds like maybe you did do a clean flash, which I didn't pick up in your other thread. It works fine here. The way I do things is wipe (if I'm doing a clean flash), flash ROM, Flash Gapps, reboot system, setup my apps using Titanium Backup, then flash Franco. If dirty flash, flash ROM, Flash Gapps, reboot to system, When I'm sure everything is stable, flash Franco.
     
  14. KutuluKid

    KutuluKid Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    I'm going to re-d/l'd the ROM and try again.
     

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