Posted by KEZZY1965 on 03 August 2012 - 09:43 PM in ZTE Crescent - Crescent.MoDaCo.com ADB commands to remove Music2.apk & replace with Music.apk from FNC rls 6 I would like to confirm that using this method sucessfully swapped the two apk's for me. Previously if bluetooth was switched on then the dialer was unreliable. Often either not dialing of repeat dialing among other things. Dialer is now working as it should when bluetooth is on. San Francisco 2 with Fish'N'Chips 7 running smoothly now. Many thanks to raverrr for the ROM and KEZZY1965 the tweak. :)
theno1soco replied to theno1soco's topic in Absolute BeginnersFlashed the latest F&C and now all working correctly :)
theno1soco posted a topic in Absolute BeginnersSan Francisco 2 unlocked and with Fish_and_Chips_SF2_RLS3 installed today using the brilliant web page instructions. Everything is working perfectly except for the dialer. 1. If I type in a number to dial and touch 'call' it wipes the input number and does nothing. 2. If I select a contact from 'Contacts' it sometimes will dial that contact, sometimes do nothing and the screen goes blank. 3. If I touch a contact in the contact list above the dialer it will do nothing. 4. If I do manage to dial my landline for instance, after ending the call before it completes, the phone redials the number again. The phone receives calls ok. I am wondering if there are any other dialers I could try. I have Titanium Backup Pro, Super User Elite, Terminal Emulator, Maps, Google Play Store and Google Play Services installed from downloads. These are the only changes made since unlocking. I do notice that the time is 1 hour ahead of UK time, as it was when I was in France before using this SIM card in the UK. As a newbie to Fish and Chips I have yet to find out what the sim card icon and the phone icone mean against each contact. I presume there will be a manual somewhere :) EDIT: I have also found that the wifi does not work. When I try to start it is get 'error'. Maybe I should have used a later release. :(
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