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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by brhermon, Jul 11, 2012.

  1. Ed5275

    Ed5275 Well-Known Member

    I did not do that. I re-setup my wallet when I flashed the ROM, then re-booted and it all works fine.


  2. Airmaxx23

    Airmaxx23 Android Expert

    I'm headed back to the stock JB kernel for now, I've have several lock ups with LeanKernel.
  3. brhermon

    brhermon Member
    Thread Starter

    Pete just uploaded a new JB bootloader to his site. Here's my question:

    Do I flash it as a zip, the same way as I would a mod or rom?
    Do I need to wipe or clear anything first?
    What are the benefits of this compared to the ICS rom? Faster boots, is that all? Knock on wood but my boot times have been terrific on the stock ICS bootloader I currently have. Pete suggested installing his new JB bootloader, but I can't help myself from asking why. :)

    Thanks in advance for the help!

    Change log / Post with links
  4. viper689

    viper689 Android Expert

    Where would one find the stock kernel? LeanKernel is running fine on mine but it'd be nice to know :)

    And I honestly don't know what the benefit to the JB boot loader is. I've been running the ICS bootloader and can't be happier so why fix what ain't broke
  5. brhermon

    brhermon Member
    Thread Starter

    Somebody asked Pete what the benefit was and he said "not much" haha he's just "keeping up with the times" I think I'm in the same boat, if it ain't broke, don't fix it.
  6. Airmaxx23

    Airmaxx23 Android Expert

    I'm not sure where you can get the stock kernel separately but I just re-flash the BB build than I'm on and it replaces the kernel with the stock one.
  7. viper689

    viper689 Android Expert

    I guess that's one way to go lol. Dirty flash?
  8. joesixpack

    joesixpack Android Enthusiast

    Try this. All kernel download links are at the bottom of the page:

    Everything Jelly Bean for the Samsung Galaxy Nexus - The SuperUser's Guide
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  9. Ed5275

    Ed5275 Well-Known Member

    I still have to boot from recovery to get it through. Very frustrating.
  10. viper689

    viper689 Android Expert

    To get what?
  11. Ed5275

    Ed5275 Well-Known Member

    Anytime I shut off the phone. I did this earlier because my GPS went south and it got stuck on the "Google" screen. Had to pull the battery and reboot from recovery to make sure it completed.
  12. sdrawkcab25

    sdrawkcab25 Extreme Android User

    Has anyone been able to get HBOgo/MAXgo to work on this ROM?
  13. TexDaddy57

    TexDaddy57 Well-Known Member

    Quick questions: Do I go ahead and flash this, or wait for ICSourcery to upgrade to JB? Been on sourcery about 3 weeks now with no problems.
    Do I back up the files on my "sd" make a Nandroid and re format? I'm sorta ok with flashing ics roms, but unsure on this to JB. Some guidance is appreciated..
    Can I use cwm touch or power down and boot into recovery...?
  14. viper689

    viper689 Android Expert

    However you would go about flashing an ICS rom would be the same process for a JB rom :) just make sure you do a clean wipe before flashing (cache, dalvik, and factory reset). All your files (pictures, music, etc...) will be saved but it never hurts to make a backup. Just make sure you don't wipe your SD otherwise your files will be lost.

    Also no one is really sure when developers will start pushing out our favorite roms including Sourcery, Liquid, AOKP, etc... So if you can handle the wait then you can, but at least a few weeks I'd say
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  15. TexDaddy57

    TexDaddy57 Well-Known Member

    Thanks!!! The Team Sourcery seem "slower" to put out a new rom but when they do it is very solid and well worth the wait. I kept bouncing from BAMF, Liquid and Eclipse and found everything I liked about them on Sourcery, and nothing I didn't like in the others.
    Hate to mess my phone up doing something, This phone IS my internet connection. I have to have tether working so I usually wait until things settle before I flash.
    again Thanks!
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  16. sessman

    sessman Well-Known Member

    anyone not able to connect to Verizon visual voice mail with this rom? It just stays on "checking account status"
  17. millenium

    millenium Well-Known Member

    thx to the dev ...outstanding job!!!
  18. Bramsy

    Bramsy Android Expert

    i'm on yesterdays build... Pete does great work!!!!
  19. viper689

    viper689 Android Expert

    Hey so quick question for anyone that would know but I could have sworn that when I first flashed JB, the notifications were expanded by default in the notification bar. Now for some reason they're always in the ICS style. Does anyone know how to change this? I like the expanded versions and would rather not have to do it manually each time
  20. Airmaxx23

    Airmaxx23 Android Expert

    The dev would have to add the feature to the ROM, I'm sure we'll see it soon enough.
  21. Droid_Junky

    Droid_Junky Android Enthusiast

    Take two fingers close to the bottom of the notification and drag it down. It works for me.
  22. viper689

    viper689 Android Expert

    I know but I'm trying to find a way to do that by default so I don't have to do that. I'm lazy lol
  23. viper689

    viper689 Android Expert

    Anyone on the 7/14 build? The changelog didn't seem to change so are there any differences?
  24. ajdroidx

    ajdroidx Android Expert

    I'm bored so I think I will give this a try :)
  25. soy.lor.n

    soy.lor.n Well-Known Member

    He said on twitter that he actually fixed the 5 GHz wifi issue. I don't know if there was anything else

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