Dazzozo

[ICS] [4.0.4] CyanogenMod 9.1 [ROM]

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kepke90    0

I've just noticed there is no Turn on or off usb storage, pc is recognizing g300 as portable device, is it CM feature?

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Dante2070    8

Update works flawlessly. No app and contacts backup neccessary. Thanks again for your work Dazzozo!

Lightflow workes, but only showing green LED. Led Blinker shows me only a screen with an LED painted on it, not affecting the LED light itself. Thanks, links are appreciated.

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Dazzozo    3,318

I've just noticed there is no Turn on or off usb storage, pc is recognizing g300 as portable device, is it CM feature?

That's MTP. You can switch back to mass storage in storage settings.

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Cobble    0

GAPPS not showing up after full wipe.

Seem to install ok in CWM, but no sign of them when phone boots. No Google welcome screen on first boot, and no Google apps in app drawer.

Reboot makes no difference.

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Dazzozo    3,318

GAPPS not showing up after full wipe.

Seem to install ok in CWM, but no sign of them when phone boots. No Google welcome screen on first boot, and no Google apps in app drawer.

Reboot makes no difference.

Um...

If you install it in CWM you lose Google apps. Only the OTA keeps them.

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Cobble    0

Um...

If you install it in CWM you lose Google apps. Only the OTA keeps them.

No I mean that installing Google apps in CWM isn't working.

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Dazzozo    3,318

No I mean that installing Google apps in CWM isn't working.

Well I've done it several times today testing the OTA mechanism from different versions, so I wouldn't know.

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jake460    1

Great work Dazzozo, R2 working spot on here, no wifi freeze at boot, super job awesome!

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Fagulhas    42

No I mean that installing Google apps in CWM isn't working.

Pull battery out, start in recovery, try again and see if it works.

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CommeRestus    6

Daz, i thought i had flashed your CWM but i guess i didnt so i had CWM v4 :P I did OTA update and now im stuck at splash screen (yes i can enter recovery). Guess the only way now is a full wipe :P

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CWM-based Recovery v6.0.1.2

Finding update package...

E:unknown volume for path [ /emmc//cmupdater/cm-9

-20121117-EXPERIMENTAL-u8815-R2-.zip]

E: Can't mount /emmc//cmupdater/cm-9-20121117-EXPERIMENTAL-u8815-R2.zip

Installation aborted

why did this happen

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Dazzozo    3,318

If you have any problems with the flash (non-booting etc) just boot in to CWM (power + vol up) and install the zip in the cmupdater folder on your SD card. You'll need to reinstall Google apps too if you're flashing manually.

If you have those issues, they're recovery device bugs. I believe they're being worked on. :) Most of the time the OTA succeeds, though.

CWM-based Recovery v6.0.1.2

Finding update package...

E:unknown volume for path [ /emmc//cmupdater/cm-9

-20121117-EXPERIMENTAL-u8815-R2-.zip]

E: Can't mount /emmc//cmupdater/cm-9-20121117-EXPERIMENTAL-u8815-R2.zip

Installation aborted

why did this happen

v6.0.1.2. If you're not using our build, no support.

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If you have any problems with the flash (non-booting etc) just boot in to CWM (power + vol up) and install the zip in the cmupdater folder on your SD card. You'll need to reinstall Google apps too if you're flashing manually.

If you have those issues, they're recovery device bugs. I believe they're being worked on. :) Most of the time the OTA succeeds, though.

v6.0.1.2. If you're not using our build, no support.

how do i get your build? from my build

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