Calamity James

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About Calamity James

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    An accident waiting to happen!
  • Birthday 01/12/86

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    http://www.calamityjames.co.uk
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    Maidstone, Kent

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  • Your Current Device(s)
    Galaxy Nexus, HTC One
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    JamesH
  1. itskins Zero.3 HTC One case update

    Looks very nice, and just ordered one myself! iWantMore automatically applied a £2.50 discount too! Can't complain!
  2. XMOD: Re-enable the missing back button options

    I've just got a One, and installed and enabled this module, however it doesn't seem to be appearing! I've restarted since enabling too Edit: Screenshots attached
  3. HTC One: This is not the Sense you love to hate

    Urgh, I'm still battling with that on my Galaxy Nexus! I can't be bothered to go through and remove it! Really tempted with the One, but I'm worried I'm too used to stock Android - I had a stock ROM on my Desire for 6 months before getting the Galaxy Nexus in November 2011. Maybe I should wait until a vanilla ROM is released....
  4. I don't think I'm gonna flash this. I've lost count of the amount of nandroid restores I've done today. I can only assume it's something up in my device that's causing it. Could it be that I manually installed the 4.2 camera a week or so ago using Root Explorer?
  5. No joy, even when unticking the baseband option. Here's the options I chose: http://mdc.jamesharland.com/view/50a4eafabac23
  6. I did try another fresh download. Will try another one without the baseband. I wipe cache/dalvik cache as a matter of course anyway. If that doesn't work I'll hold fire for a while!
  7. I'm still getting the bootloop when updating from Jr7. The only option I added really was the new baseband. Video of what's happening: (Ignore the office background chatter!)
  8. I might give it another go in a bit, depending on how adventurous I'm feeling!
  9. I made it back to 4.1.2, with 9% battery to spare!
  10. The difference to you guys was I was stuck in bootloops on 4.2, so reverting is a must in my case! :)
  11. I found the same thing, so I'm doing a nandroid restore instead. Will let you know how it goes.
  12. I just made a symlink to the 0/cwm folder and it can see them now :)
  13. If anyone wants to do a nandroid restore (assuming you backed up) you'll need to follow these instructions to access them: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=34114700&postcount=1
  14. So long as they don't get deleted, I don't really care about that :)
  15. If I revert to Jr7 (I still have that zip on my SD) will that revert the odd file structure I'm seeing in CWM? I really don't fancy losing the ~10GB of data in there! Edit: If that's the case, then will reverting fix the multiuser "0/" folder?

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