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30 Jun Fr19: MoDaCo Custom ROM for the LG Optimus 2X - Vanilla Edition

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nandroid backup - wipe - convert ext3 - flash 0622 baseband - install FR19, working fine, and i don't get any freeze playing plants vs zombie anymore! hail paul! :)

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nandroid backup - wipe - convert ext3 - flash 0622 baseband - install FR19, working fine, and i don't get any freeze playing plants vs zombie anymore! hail paul! :)

same precess but no gps fix. fr19 need hidden menu tweak too ?

Thank's

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same precess but no gps fix. fr19 need hidden menu tweak too ?

Thank's

works perfect on my P990, but i got an issue playing .mkv files, it won't show subtitles..

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Cannot get my phone to reboot after install of FR19 (from previous thread)

Trying again with a fresh download of FR19-Vanilla.

Noticed when I looked in sdcard/_externalsd that there are 2 zip files for this. One 156mb and the other 400k, both have same fr19-vanill....name

Did a wipe, and

install (found only one vanilla zip file):

Output:

finding update package

installing update

created by...etc

writing system

writing internal SD

writing Boot

checking permissions

finishing up

install from SD card complete.

now I reboot

LG logo

blue line stops moving

10 mins and nothing happens

45 mins no change, pulled out the battery and restore back to stock!

Still no satisfaction .... Can anyone shed any light?

thanks

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Something went wrong during the download process, becauase FR19 zipfile is 200 Mb large.

Just download it aggain and try over.

Cannot get my phone to reboot after install of FR19 (from previous thread)

Trying again with a fresh download of FR19-Vanilla.

Noticed when I looked in sdcard/_externalsd that there are 2 zip files for this. One 156mb and the other 400k, both have same fr19-vanill....name

Did a wipe, and

install (found only one vanilla zip file):

Output:

finding update package

installing update

created by...etc

writing system

writing internal SD

writing Boot

checking permissions

finishing up

install from SD card complete.

now I reboot

LG logo

blue line stops moving

10 mins and nothing happens

45 mins no change, pulled out the battery and restore back to stock!

Still no satisfaction .... Can anyone shed any light?

thanks

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Something went wrong during the download process, becauase FR19 zipfile is 200 Mb large.

Just download it aggain and try over.

Thanks for the comment, but seems that the 'Vanilla' version is smaller. I also tried using the full 200mb zip file but experienced the same problems

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hahaha, you see that happens when you flash too much, I thought I was also on Vanilla, because I used that version when on Fr17.

What Rom did you come from ?

Did you convert to ext3 ?

what clockworkrecovery are you using ?

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Edited by HAL_9000
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Can someone explain thow to flash that rom correctly? I tried it several times it performed flashing but after flash phone doesn't start. What do I do wrong?

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Store ROM into SD card

Boot into CWM Recovery

Convert to Ext3 using zip provided in an earlier post

Wipe Cache

Wipe User Data

Advanced > Wipe Dalvik Cache

Advanced > Wipe Battery Stats

Install from Zip

Reboot

Should work. You might need to install from Zip a 2nd time to make sure it's properly done. Worked for me.

Edited by 9mmBullet
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