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App are chrashing on cm-10.1-20130418-KonstaKANG-atlas40

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I have instaled cm-10.1-20130418-KonstaKANG-atlas40

and i put google play aplication on sd card but when i instal it,it crashes..i put copilot navigation on sd card and that app also crashes..

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Did you ever wonder why there's Google Apps package linked in the first post of all CyanogenMod threads? Or why it clearly states that it's for advanced users only... :P

It's good thing that you started a new thread for your case (it's much better than polluting three-four treads with the same questions) but the topic is completely wrong. This post should have belonged to the CM10.1 thread and none of the stuff that written in the last page there should have. It's completely off topic and has nothing to do with CM10.1.

It really can't be that difficult:

1. Install ClockWorkMod as instructed

2. Boot into recovery (power on with volume down pressed or 'adb reboot recovery')

3. Wipe! (wipe data/factory reset, mounts and storage -> format /system)

4. Install CM10.1 packege

5. Install gapps package

6. Reboot and enjoy

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yes yes..i am a big noob in doing this.. but i rooted my phone like a pro.also first time...then i try this:(..

ok i will try to folow your instructions..please stay with me;)

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Microsoft Windows [Version 6.1.7600]

Copyright © 2009 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

C:\Windows\system32>cd..

C:\Windows>cd..

C:\>cd Z

C:\Z>adb reboot bootloader

* daemon not running. starting it now on port 5037 *

* daemon started successfully *

error: device not found

C:\Z>

my device is not in device menager..when i try to instar drivers it says that i have newer then this one and instalation abort..

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in cyanomod setings i cant find usb debuging..maybe is that a problem?

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in cyanomod setings i cant find usb debuging..maybe is that a problem?

Settings -> About phone -> tap build number seven times to unlock performance and developer options

Settings -> Developer options -> USB debugging

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Settings -> About phone -> tap build number seven times to unlock performance and developer options

Settings -> Developer options -> USB debugging

heheh you have to be pro pro to now that..ok lets go next..thx..

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ok i instaled clockworkmod..and i wiped all data..but i cant find how to format sd and system or all other stuff where..

and when i reebot phone again starts in cyanogenmode..seem like i didnt format it well..

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Did you ever wonder why there's Google Apps package linked in the first post of all CyanogenMod threads? Or why it clearly states that it's for advanced users only... :P

It's good thing that you started a new thread for your case (it's much better than polluting three-four treads with the same questions) but the topic is completely wrong. This post should have belonged to the CM10.1 thread and none of the stuff that written in the last page there should have. It's completely off topic and has nothing to do with CM10.1.

It really can't be that difficult:

1. Install ClockWorkMod as instructed

2. Boot into recovery (power on with volume down pressed or 'adb reboot recovery')

3. Wipe! (wipe data/factory reset, mounts and storage -> format /system)

4. Install CM10.1 packege

5. Install gapps package

6. Reboot and enjoy

I admire your patience! :-)

@ko blazen no offense.

Edited by bigbluetaurus
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Wiping data or cache won't format neither SD nor anything.

Have you looked in all menus in CWM? For example - mounts and storage > - format [the partition you want] :)

And for the first post of yours: Do the apps crash before you put them on SD?

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Heeeeei guy thanks a lot..Konstant thank you for patience..i have best phone for shity money in the world..i did menage to do all of that above and all is working like a charm..

Now i can say that i am not so nooobish like i was before..thx

i will recomend you and your mods to all people that i now..

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