zloduh

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About zloduh

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  • Your Current Device(s)
    ZTE Blade III
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    zloduheg
  1. Yeah i noticed that every instruction for flashing sez do factory reset, wipe cache wipe dalvic but when you do factory reset you can see that it wipes cache and dalvic... stoped doing it manually first time i saw that :D .... But this is the first post i saw that someone said that it is double work
  2. also fixed for 4.2.2 maby do it over that?
  3. well he wanted to try something different... why not completely different :D
  4. why not wait for Ubuntu it looks awesome to me.. .just depends how our device will handle it
  5. I got main board replaced on the first phone, after 3 days i had it it started to reboot again, so i returned it again. Now they called me and said they will give me brand new phone.. Im thinking a way to get a different device im pretty skeptical about zte now.... shame i really liked it.
  6. maybee it has to do something with the network its on...
  7. i have tried with 2 sd cards, one 2gb i got with phone and other 4gb kingston class 10 i bought for it later.. it still rebooted
  8. http://www.aliexpress.com/item/20pcs-lot-USB-Hand-Power-Dynamo-Torch-Charger-Cellphone-MP3-PDA-Free-Air-Mail-Hittime/340593655.html For all your travel needs :P
  9. Just got a reply about my phone in the service, i didn't know but my friends mobile service shop is licensed ZTE service for our country and he told me after i gave him my imei number that on my blade 3 they had to replace main board. Guess that it was a botched series of phones because there was no water/physical/software that caused reboot. Also he told me that they can see if there was custom rom installed before i returned it to stock but due to the frequency of the reboots they didn't bother to check. ( lucky me ) I should get the phone back in 2-3 days so ill report the behavior then.
  10. i have tried everything to understand the reboots and finally it went back to network where i got it. i hope they offer new phone tho mine was only 2 months old, but i would like an option to change phones now. this global random reboots doesn't sound very promising to me. problem is by our laws they can keep my phone in the service for 45 days max before giving me new phone if it cant be fixed.
  11. i dont want to be the one to suggest it but how about different phone? i also have noticed some sluggishness but its tolerable
  12. Try This BrBean. it worked for me open update.zip for you stock rom from your network and copy recovery.img file into a separate folder take the recovery.exe application and unpack it ( it is a self extract exe i used total commander with crtl+f9) replace recovery_original.img with your recovery.img and rename it to recovery_original.img as old one was then run Recovery.bat and install original recovery then enter recovery and flash your rom
  13. so far got 4 random reboots on stock rom, it is considerably less than on 10.1 but it still happens. I didnt install any new apps just updated the stock installed ones via Google play and did sync with my Google account. This can really be a phone issue, but maybe the stock rom isn't putting enough stress on phone hardware
  14. went back to stock rom will report if reboots happen again
  15. i found out what may be the problem. open update.zip for you stock rom from your network and copy recovery.img file into a separate folder take the recovery.exe application and unpack it ( it is a self extract exe i used total commander with crtl+f9) replace recovery_original.img with your recovery.img and rename it to recovery_original.img as old one was then run Recovery.bat and install original recovery then enter recovery and flash your rom let me know if it works for you

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