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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by johngio56, May 16, 2011.

  1. johngio56

    johngio56 Newbie
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    Do I do this when I after flashing the ROM, Kernel, and GAPPS then doing the reboot?

    Or do I do it before the reboot after flashing the Kernel?

    I'm confused.
     



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  2. ocnbrze

    ocnbrze DON'T PANIC!!!!!!!!!

    can you list what you have first, before you flash anything?
     
  3. beastinbolts

    beastinbolts Android Expert

    well u should not need to as the rom might have the updated versions for you go to your h boot and see what version your radio is .. if its 2.15 then your good.. as for wimax not to sure what your trying to flash there as in you either have 4g keys or you dont... pri I would not mess with that unless you ran into to some problems
     
  4. johngio56

    johngio56 Newbie
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    ROM - Gingerbread 1.2C

    Kernel - Tiamat 4.0.2

    GAPPS - gapps 5/9/2011

    Radio, wimax, nv, and pri - [ Radios ][ 5-6 ] All EVO Radio, WiMAX, PRI, NV & HBoot versions - xda-developers

    I found this ROM here: [Official][5-15-11][ROM] gingerbread-evo-deck [1.0][2.3.3 Stable][1.2c][2.3.4 Beta] - xda-developers

    Since I just bought my phone and I heard this was a latest one to try, I'm giving it a shot.

    I've already flashed everything except for the Radio, WiMAX, nv and pri. Do I need to do this? (Sorry I did everything before I started the thread, like an idiot, I know)
     
  5. beastinbolts

    beastinbolts Android Expert

    If you just bought your phone then no you should be completely up dated... do you know how to get to your hboot screen?????
     
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  6. johngio56

    johngio56 Newbie
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    Yeah I've been researching like crazy beforehand. This is the only subject I've struggled to figure out. Everything is working fine and really fast! I'm amazed at how much my max speed has jumped up on SetCPU and my min speed went down a bit too.

    Another quick question, if I back up all of my data and apps using titanium back up, can I cause any problems with the new ROM by restoring any old data?
     
  7. beastinbolts

    beastinbolts Android Expert

    yes.....and no... keep in mind that when ever you do a restore only restore "user apps" never system apps unless it is the same rom..... if you flash a different rom and restore system apps your cpu will not function correctly as you now have added different exe. files that your rom may not use (but will try to) and you will get errors all over the place
     
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  8. johngio56

    johngio56 Newbie
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    Thanks! That makes sense. Speaking in terms I understand. Much appreciated Beast!
     
  9. johngio56

    johngio56 Newbie
    Thread Starter

    While I'm at it, what do you suggest as the best method to store contacts and apps then restore them after flashing the ROM?
     
  10. johngio56

    johngio56 Newbie
    Thread Starter

    Another quick question, I accidentally restored system data after flashing the new ROM and now I'm getting the error "The application Market(process com.android.vending) has stopped unexpectedly. Please try again."

    Should I wipe and reinstall the ROM?
     
  11. beastinbolts

    beastinbolts Android Expert

    well yes and no....... the easiest would be to re install the rom.. you can however gho through and fix all the problems but that could take days..you are not that far in to setting up your rom so yes I would say wipe it all and start over.. as for contacts if you have flashed a sense rom then when you sign in to your google account it will update you(only if you are synced with your google account) if you flashed an asop rom you need to flash the gapps zip
     
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  12. johngio56

    johngio56 Newbie
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    What do you use to back-up your apps?
     
  13. beastinbolts

    beastinbolts Android Expert

    titanium
     
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