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[Stock Rom] Stock B934 Flashable zip

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mr_mufy    3

Downloading...

The apk to add to the rom should be the last one right?

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wrtease    87

tillaz could you do a zip for the c00b927 rom .

Edited by wrtease

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wso277    5

will you be basing ur Infusion ROM on B935 now Tillaz?

must be a right pain :(

Same question tillaz would be great to hae infusion based on this if it is better.

Can i flash my infusion backup if i dont like this one?

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Cyda    446

tillaz could you do a zip for the c00b927 rom .

Why? One already exists a few posts below this thread.

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wrtease    87

just wondering if it was different .

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Cyda    446

can i flash this straight from over b926,or do i have to flash up to b927 first ?

You can flash straight over B926 but you will need to root it after installing. The root used in the 'Install ICS' sticky should work fine.

Can I flash this straight from 892

No, you need to update to B926 or B927 first so you have baseband 2030.

Edited by Cyda

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Dazzozo    3,318

If you are on the 2030 baseband (B9xx+) you can flash this on anything. If you are on the 109808 (B8xx) baseband it will work, but you will have no mobile network.

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nsmacd1    11

Here goes! - There is only a pink progress bar when installing (via 2 volume keys method) and no text, as per normal when flashing, but installed fine via CWM - Seems a bit quicker than the previous Chinese and B297 ROMs.

Only thing is I get a black, unresponsive screen when on a phone call which requires a battery pull for the phone to work again (which I've had since upgrading to ICS in 2 other ROMs) - Anyone have any ideas on how to sort this out? (Full wipes were done in CWM before flashing)

Otherwise it seems a lot smoother than the other ROMs I've tried - Thanks for your work!

Edited by nsmacd1

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stokietom    1

Cheers.

I just flashed this and right away and notice it is much smoother. Haven't had enough time with it to see if their's any bugs though.

Cheers

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dbaseii    3

Tillaz can you upload to something other than solidfile ad I get error 404 on any browser

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abcshady    4

Thanks tillaz, I much prefer a flashable zip. First impressions are that plain B934 is faster than my super charged B926.

If anybody like me didn't know how to easily install superuser to get root access, I flashed the ARM zip on the website below and it worked

:-).

http://androidsu.com/superuser/

Remember it is best to let them ROM boot once before installing any zip over the top of it.

Also used a busybox installer from Google play.

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ludilo66    5

Thanks tillaz, I much prefer a flashable zip. First impressions are that plain B934 is faster than my super charged B926.

If anybody like me didn't know how to easily install superuser to get root access, I flashed the ARM zip on the website below and it worked

:-).

http://androidsu.com/superuser/

Remember it is best to let them ROM boot once before installing any zip over the top of it.

Also used a busybox installer from Google play.

Did you flash over CWM Superuser-3.1.3-arm-signed.zip?

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abcshady    4

Did you flash over CWM Superuser-3.1.3-arm-signed.zip?

Yes :-) Edited by abcshady

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