The ULTIMATE Liquid thread
Posted 07 June 2012 - 09:17 PM
Posted 07 July 2012 - 05:15 PM
as you can see on my postcount I'm new here and in the Smartphone as well as Android world. I purchased a slightly used, only couple of months old Acer Liquid E (or S100) with CM9. The first week everything worked fine. Yesterday the phone turned itself off, and the only way to turn it on again is to remove the battery shortly. This happens after a couple of minutes of inactivety.
Does anybody know a trick? As I written above everything is new to me, so a dummy approach would probably be the right thing.
Posted 30 July 2012 - 06:40 AM
1- Upgrading your device to 2.1/2.2
First of all,we have to make a comparison between Liquid A1 and Liquid E/S100.
Liquid E have only one major difference in relation with A1,that is the RAM amount. While the A1 has 256 MB , Liquid E has 512 MB of RAM.
If you are a A1 possessor,then there's no Official Froyo 2.2 for you. However,2.2 for Liquid E has been modified to fit Liquid's system,so,no problem for you.
First of all,if you want to update your device to 2.2,follow these brief steps:
a)If you are Liquid E user,download this--> DOWNLOAD 4.002.14
b)If you are Liquid A1 user,download this--> DOWNLOAD 4.002.14 for A1
2- Once download is completed, you just have to follow the steps described at point 4.1
This is the best thread I had ever seen it contains many topics at one. I like this because people can easily get all information about their all problems here. Your information is very useful for me and all readers of this forum. Thanks for sharing here.
Posted 28 September 2012 - 05:56 PM
I rooted my device using Malez Recovery, but when I run Titanium Backup, it shows the message,"Sorry, I could not acquire root privileges"
• »тнể●๋•کểxý●๋• ●๋•d€√!ℓ♥●๋•™
Posted 31 March 2013 - 04:23 AM
currently on LCR 2.3.7...
working really graeat...
FULL hardware working
Better memory management
Great battery drain.
Do not stop ur work devs...
COZ liquid never dies
0 user(s) are reading this topic
0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users