Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by n_i_x, Oct 18, 2010.
Then just be sure to call by name Nix
Link for dnld is back up although it is mediafire aka slow
I'm on 7.28 as well (by far the best battery life for me with any kernel).
My MIUI runs perfect everything works I just haven't tried WirelessTether yet.
I've also found that setcpu, for me with stock kernel, hinders smoothness of this ROM idk why
I am doing a full wipe before flashing and then i use titanium to restore apps only. Im using the radio that comes with the rom. I dont know much about it.
Radio's don't come with ROMS, but do this check and see what radio you are on. Go to menu> settings> about phone> software info> baseband
I'm thinking you are on 2.15.00.07.28 so that might not be an issue
When you do a wipe do you wipe/factory reset, wipe cache partition, then go to advanced and wipe dalvik cache? And do you do this all through clockworkmod recovery? If not then try this
Yeah, my radio is 7.28 and I have clockword for my nand backups and then I use ROM manager for basically everything else.
d'oh!.. was a typo.. 0.10.29.0 is the latest indeed...
Still working on proper mirrors.
I see well there are many many reports of Rom Manager not wiping correctly or completely. I wouldn't know as I prefer to do everything manually through clockwork. I've only used Rom Manager to download a few things. I would give it a shot like I said earlier doing everything through clockwork. My bet is that this will work for you. I'm old fashioned I guess
I got myne off of Rom Manager. No issues. Loaded Over my rom with no Full removal or anything.
Link still doesn't work for me...
Did you go HERE and try "I understand that I'm probably on my own"
near the top of the page?
I got it now...worked from there...just not on this thread.
Once I installed, on first bootup, I was putting my google acct info in and the phone rebooted to the boot menu.
I rebooted and seems to be fine.
Should I be worried, or looking for anything not working?
I wouldn't worry about it. This has happened to me on a couple of occasions with different ROM's. Load it up and see how it does today.
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I wiped everything the way you suggested and I still cant get everything to stop force closing. Such a shame, i wanted to try this out.
Been running this since this afternoon. Very nice. I love the menu structure (once I found them).
Anyone have any suggestions to any tweaks I should do to get even more out of this ROM?
wow! hmm... are you by any chance on an SLCD version of the Inc?
Honestly i dont know, i had an original release one and then a couple months ago i got a new one. I wish i could figure out what the heck is going on with it.
Dang that stinks. If you have an SLCD version there are reports of them acting bonkers with aosp ROM's which this is.
I forget, but I know there is a simple way of telling if you have an slcd version or not it's something in the model # maybe? I forget! Look around I know it's somewhere around here. If it is slcd maybe you could try a different kernel as that fixes it from what I read. Again though, I can't find where I read it! lol It's at XDA that I do know
If lcd harware ver. will end in 3
If it is lcd Koush test#2 kernel will get you running.
Thanks doug! Let us know tbdaly
My hardware version is 0002. And its funny that you mention the test kernals. When i did it through rom manager it gives me the option of either the regular kernal or koush's test. Ive tried both... basically, I give up lol. Thanks for y'alls help, let me know if you think of anything else...
And I downloaded the zip without rom manager and tried to do it manually through clockwork but I got confused because there were multiple folders and files in the zip. Do I put them all on the sd card or just specific ones?
Place the .zip somewhere on your SD card that you'll remember. (I have a folder titled ROMS)
Reboot into recovery (when the phone is off press and hold Power+VolDown). This will bring you to HBoot. From here go to "Recovery" to enter clockwork recovery.
Select "wipe data/factory reset" and let it do its thing.
Select "wipe cache partition" and let it do its thing.
Select "advanced" then scroll down to "Wipe Dalvik Cache" and let it do its thing.
Go to clockwork recovery's main menu (hit the power button to go up a level).
Select "install zip from sdcard".
Select "choose zip from sdcard".
Navigate to where your ROM is located and select it to start the install.
Note: After you finish flashing the ROM you can install any other themes/zips you have for the ROM using the same method. I don't believe you need to restart into MIUI before flashing stuff like NuBlu but I'm not 100% positive.