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  1. eddieruko

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    That's right I forgot about Locale! Thanks :)
     
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    i think my phone blew up it wont turn on HAHAHAHAHAHAH
     
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    back to the coding board lol
     
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    Oh no! :(
    I also can't turn my Flyer on and can't find any support (incl. an email to HTC).
    I had to sbf my Bionic (or whatever it's called) once and it wasn't too bad. Hopefully there's something similar for the Nexus to help you out.
     
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    See ya later Schottenheimer -- thank goodness!
     
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    Alright, off to work for the night shift. Have a great day all!
     
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    Thx you as well!
     
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    ahhh for me it is just pulling the coding that i have applied to my kernel... not using the full one now is a big help so its all good i am back up and turned on again
     
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    The file is named recovery-from-boot.p

    I renamed it recovery-from-boot.p.back and copied the file to my sdcard so I would always have it...just in case.

    jmar
     
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    See, I retain at least partial info about these things. I figure if I hang around you guys long enough I'll actually learn and remember everything. :D
     
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    nope there are still beta builds
     
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    Hmm, always thought Liquids builds worked better on my Droid than CM7 but I'll give these a shot when they come out of beta. And the drama between the Liberty team and Liquid is depressing. Liberty worked great on my Bionic but he's since abandoned it. :(
     
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    For some reason have decided to read some iPhone vs. GNex comparos today. Just got to shake my head at some of the stuff.

    P.S. For those interested, so far the best comparo I have seen by far is by phonearena. They wouldn't come out and declare an outright winner, but I didn't percieve any bias as I did on the others.
     
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    Linux Mint is a great beginner Linux distro. Not sure where the best place for info would be, but Linux tends to have active community forums that are great resources.
     
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    What do ya'll use for file explorers on your phone? Everybody pretty much Root Explorer people?
     
  20. blkbeltkid17

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    I don't trust that crap they are all bais
     
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    Es file explore for me
     
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    Do any of you rooted/flashed ROM type folks use Spotify? Reason I ask is, on my Nexus, it tends to reboot when I'm streaming over 4G. And I've read enough that it seems to be happening to a fair number of people. So while I've been reluctant to go down that road with my Nexus, if that will help fix this problem, it's one more reason to finally take the plunge.
     
  23. blkbeltkid17

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    No I don't use it sorry
     
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    Installed Norton 2012 last night and noticed that they are using the GN in their graphic promoting their Android antivirus.
     
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    Eh, I mean, there can really never be an "outright winner." Android does some things way better than iPhones, and iPhones do some things better than Android. They're very different operating systems. Different strokes for different folks.
     

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