purpse

Members
  • Content count

    34
  • Joined

  • Last visited


Community Reputation

6 Neutral

About purpse

  • Rank
    Newbie

purpse's Activity

  1. purpse added a post in a topic Problem with Grand X Whistle   

    Remove all phone drivers. Then install pdanet on comp and phone. The included drivers will allow you to install custom stuff.
    • 0
  2. purpse added a post in a topic [ROM] ZTE GRAND X UK STOCK & ROOTED & SIGNED V3 + OTA [UPDATED 10-27]   

    Sorted now. I used PDAnet drivers and rooted straight away.
    • 0
  3. purpse added a post in a topic [ROM] ZTE GRAND X UK STOCK & ROOTED & SIGNED V3 + OTA [UPDATED 10-27]   

    Decided to try the russian b05 update today after having probs with v3. I lost root and cannot get it back using the usual method. Has anyone had success rooting b05?

    EDIT: USB debugging is not available in settings developer options. I can only use "connect to pc software" but my blade does show in device manager as adb device.
    • 0
  4. purpse added a post in a topic [ROM] ZTE GRAND X UK STOCK & ROOTED & SIGNED V3 + OTA [UPDATED 10-27]   

    Flashed v3. Touch screen is much more responsive now. Thank you for your work.
    • 0
  5. purpse added a post in a topic Can't mount sdcard in recovery   

    Sorted. Erased sdcard in settings then unmounted in settings. Booted to cwm then formatted sdcard.

    Next job flash v3 rom. Is it stable? Does it improved touch screen?
    • 0
  6. purpse added a topic in ZTE Grand X - GrandX.MoDaCo.com   

    Can't mount sdcard in recovery
    Hello. I bought a grand x yesterday and have sucessfully rooted and installed CWM using guides from this forum. The problem I have is I cannot mount the sdcard from recovery to install roms/zips. The sdcard works fine from ICS. Any ideas?

    TIA David
    • 1 reply
    • 1615 views
  7. purpse added a post in a topic [DEV][ROM][8.1.] CyanogenMod 10 (Android 4.1.2)   


    These guys are spending time and effort to make a working rom good enough for daily use and your worried how it looks for the first few seconds when switching on? What do you do all day, reboot your phone?
    • 5
  8. purpse added a post in a topic (ROM) (GEN2) IceCreamBread 2.3.7 V3   

    WiFi and 3g Icons don't work for me (greyed out).
    • 0
  9. purpse added a post in a topic [ROM][GEN1-2-3] Moldovan Mile-High-Mountain-Pie RLS9 (Android 2.3.5)   

    After running Moldovan for a few weeks I decided to try ICS alpha5 fix. Afterchanging the partition sizes to accomodate this it installed fine, but I didn't like the rom so decide to go back MMHMP. I used the TPT method to quickly repartition and install the ROM. It has installed fine, but when market trys to reinstall my apps it says there is not enough space. Application settings says internal storage 59mb used, 257mb free. Could someone explain to me why the apps won't install, and perhaps a solution?
    TIA
    • 0
  10. purpse added a post in a topic Iplayer is back up   

    Also interesting:

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-16144444
    • 0
  11. purpse added a post in a topic Iplayer is back up   

    Gen2 2.3.5 for me. Wifes on 2.3.4. All work fine. Remember you cannot install via market.
    • 0
  12. purpse added a post in a topic Please give me a link to download BBC iplayer Android app for 3g   


    Try searching for:
    bbc.iplayer.android-signed.apk
    • 0
  13. purpse added a post in a topic Please give me a link to download BBC iplayer Android app for 3g   


    Yes it is, started working again last week.
    • 0
  14. purpse added a post in a topic ICS AOSP user discussion   


    Excuse me sir, this was not a negative comment, it was a question, so pull yourself out of your arse and less of the "people like you"!
    • 0
  15. purpse added a post in a topic ICS AOSP user discussion   

    This may be a daft question, but what is the point of ICS on the blade? There are some very good roms already. What will ICS bring that isn't there already apart from plenty of bugs? Is it just a case of " we are doing it because we can"?
    • 0

MoDaCo is part of the MoDaCo.network, © Paul O'Brien 2002-2015. MoDaCo uses IntelliTxt technology.