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Jr18 **WiFi** (JDQ39 / 4.2.2): MoDaCo Custom ROM for the Nexus 7

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Franco kernel r37 not work well on Jr13 :-(

Same for me! I replaced it by Trinity kernel for 4.2, ALPHA0 - so far so good. At least it does not hang anymore (as it did on Franco r37 every 15 minutes).

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Hi folks,

How do I update from Jr12 to Jr13?

Do I do any wiping or backing up before installation or after?

Thanks for any advice

:-)

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Always worth banking up and wiping cache and dalvik before installing the new ROM

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Always worth banking up and wiping cache and dalvik before installing the new ROM

Thanks

:-)

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Same for me! I replaced it by Trinity kernel for 4.2, ALPHA0 - so far so good. At least it does not hang anymore (as it did on Franco r37 every 15 minutes).

franco r37 was a total hang-fest! trying r38 now and will report back..... if its no better i''l move to Trinity at least for the moment

R38 seems much better after a couple of hours use and no hangs....

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franco r37 was a total hang-fest! trying r38 now and will report back..... if its no better i''l move to Trinity at least for the moment

R38 seems much better after a couple of hours use and no hangs....

Please keep reporting, I tried Franco's r37 too and actually had to recover the whole firmware. Running stock kernel for now.

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With Franco r37, there was a problem with Interactive. Switching to Ondemand was a temp fix. So far r38 has been running fine on Interactive again.

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This fix has taken a lot longer than i'd have liked to get ready... but finally I have the fix for Google Now in landscape mod mode. I'll be uploading it soon before I issue the next set of prebakes. :)

Hi Paul,

I've just installed Jr13 and this fix doesn't seem to be there. I still get the circle coming up from the bottom (long side) of the screen.

Also, the torch option seems to crash the UI.

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Hi Paul,

I've just installed Jr13 and this fix doesn't seem to be there. I still get the circle coming up from the bottom (long side) of the screen.

Also, the torch option seems to crash the UI.

Torch? There's no LED. Not sure about the circle, it was fixed but I'm now using menu at the bottom

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With Franco r37, there was a problem with Interactive. Switching to Ondemand was a temp fix. So far r38 has been running fine on Interactive again.

Yep... likewise...

Been running franco's r38 kernel for around 24hrs now without problems... and in conjunction with Paul's Jr13 ROM... my Nexus 7 is smooth, slick and sublime.

GED.

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Torch? There's no LED.

That would explain that then. I'll just remove it from the list. Thanks.

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Yep... likewise...

Been running franco's r38 kernel for around 24hrs now without problems... and in conjunction with Paul's Jr13 ROM... my Nexus 7 is smooth, slick and sublime.

GED.

Same here!

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Yep... likewise...

Been running franco's r38 kernel for around 24hrs now without problems... and in conjunction with Paul's Jr13 ROM... my Nexus 7 is smooth, slick and sublime.

GED.

Which setting are you using? Interactive?

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Which setting are you using? Interactive?

Interactive.

GED.

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Which setting are you using? Interactive?

Interactive here!

Edit: first hang on r38 9.30 tonight

Currently hanging about once a day, and startup load of the launcher is taking forever.

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I'm back! :)

Paul, hopefully you'll be able to throw in the weather info on the lock screen at some point. It would be a perfect bonus. :)

We Canadians need to have easy access to that weather info, as every 5 steps we take, the weather changes.. :)

Sounds like here! :D

Interactive here!

Edit: first hang on r38 9.30 tonight

Currently hanging about once a day, and startup load of the launcher is taking forever.

Yeah, a few issues with Franco Kernel at the moment perhaps?

P

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Nexus 7 32Gb Wi-Fi + 3G: Just flashed Jr13 from OEM 4.2.1. Now don't have 3G!!!!

3G network option no longer available in Settings.

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You need to flash the 3G version of the ROM, not the WiFi version.

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Forgive me Paul but I don't see the opportunity to choose either Wi-Fi or 3G versions. If I go for prebake option I am offered only one file. Could you point me in the correct direction please.

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I'm back! :)

Sounds like here! :D

Yeah, a few issues with Franco Kernel at the moment perhaps?

P

try being in manchester. no need for a weather app here... always crappy!

if there's no r39 franco i'll test Trinity till jr14

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Hi

Just updated bricked kernal from .55 to .58 and apart from the glitchy lines on boot screen N7 running well and smoothly. Have not checked battery life yet.

Oldbarzo

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