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r12 (JDQ39 / CM 10.1): MoDaCo CyanogenMod Custom ROM for the Nexus 4

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yup.. and my nandroid whicj is stock works also.. ive done PA3 which works also..

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No problems here dirty flashing from r9 --> r11. Mine is a pretty stripped down bake tho....not much help.

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Very odd, meaton. Tried Jr11?

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Yeah. Jr11 works fine. Back on stock for the time being.

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Same issue with the crashes here doing a dirty flash from r10 to r11...

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Same issue with the crashes here doing a dirty flash from r10 to r11...

Are you selecting the Facebook sync patch? Try without if so...

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Fwiw I didn't select Facebook sync and it worked fine

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Just an FYI but I never once selected the Facebook sync..

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Are you selecting the Facebook sync patch? Try without if so...

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I didn't have that selected. I deselected some of the Google apps but the only additional thing I added over the default selections was disable camera shutter sound.

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everything's fine here. Dirty flash since r5 without problem. I even dirty flashed r9 and r10 of MCR in between before coming back to MCMCR with r11 (always dirty flash).

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Hmm.. Been having problems with battery life since r11. Did have Franco's kernel (both milestone and 118/119 nightlies) also had a beta of llama installed. Reverted to the r11 included kernel and rolled back to stable llama an something is still preventing deep sleep. Any ideas?

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I'm having the same system ui stopped message too going from r9 to r11.

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@comicbookguy I noticed a lot of battery drain at the end of last week – identified one app that was misbehaving and uninstalled that, but over the last few days I’ve noticed the phone running down a bit prematurely still. Just checked in better battery stats and I see the phone’s been awake since unplugging at 7 this morning - looking in kernel wakelocks I see it's been "sns_periodic_wakelock" keeping my phone active for the past 5 hours - "msm_hsic_host" only for the past 40 mins.

Also with franco kernel

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@comicbookguy I noticed a lot of battery drain at the end of last week – identified one app that was misbehaving and uninstalled that, but over the last few days I’ve noticed the phone running down a bit prematurely still. Just checked in better battery stats and I see the phone’s been awake since unplugging at 7 this morning - looking in kernel wakelocks I see it's been "sns_periodic_wakelock" keeping my phone active for the past 5 hours - "msm_hsic_host" only for the past 40 mins.

Also with franco kernel

Thanks for the confirm! What was the rogue app? ust in case I have it too....

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Thanks for the confirm! What was the rogue app? ust in case I have it too....

Not so much a rogue app - more-like rogue settings. Had a backup app auto-uploading my Nandroids to Mega - meant huge files (several gb) trickling up the internets from my phone! Unsurprisingly that was v slow and consuming large amounts of juice. Noticed it Friday so switched it off.

Shouldn't have thought you'd have been quite as dim as me leaving that happening!

Still getting that "sns_periodic_wakelock" which I think might be due to a weather widget or something - I'll disable it tonight and see how it fares tomorrow

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The SystemUI issue should be fixed on this now?

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Thanks Paul. When I try and bake a new ROM it just takes me to the store page asking me to buy a subscription. I should already have one

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Clear your cache and you should be set!

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Thanks. Downloading now

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All working now :).

Paul, can you answer a couple of questions please?

You've reverted back to the Android keyboard instead of the CM. I prefer the CM one as it has long press symbols. Can I change it to CM myself?

I don't get any quick messaging options in the notifications anymore. Is this something that I can turn back on too?

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I've just updated the kitchen to the new release of the Play Store. :)

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Just downloaded and installed the new Google Play apk from here http://www.mediafire.com/?h669cym6yzp1fth

Seems easy on the eye...

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I've just updated the kitchen to the new release of the Play Store. :)

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Working great now! Thanks Paul!

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Mrs Wife inherited her sister's Galaxy S2. I had a fiddle with it (unlocked it, rooted it & upgraded from Gingerbread to a custom Jellybean). I am absolutely staggered by the battery life! Got the original (2 year old? 1650mAh I think) battery in it. Off charge since about 7 this morning (same as my n4). N4 was down to 8% so on charge now. S2 is on 86%! She rang me for 10 mins earlier and sent a bunch of texts, though probably hasn't used it a lot today, but aside from a few minutes of reading the paper and running my ukulele (new hobby) I haven't really used the n4 much today (have a problem with deep sleep currently which isn't helping).

I'm just really astounded at how easy her sgs2 is on the juice by comparison with my n4! (sorry - this isn't really the right place to have posted this but I didn't want to dig up an old battery thread)

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The prebake is now updated to r11!

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