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I put my Nexus back to the official stock images last night (going to give it to my wife, I'll get a new one :D). The flashing of the stock images went fine and I was on android 4.0.1 41d for a while. Then came the OTA update, and I of course flashed it.

Now I'm on ICL53F, but everytime i start/boot the phone I get a FC from com.android.phone process.

Anyone here could help? I can't seem to be able to find the culprit here.

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Just my opinion, but if ur now running a stock rom and not pauls ,u should head over to Samsung website for help with stock rom. Probably get the help u need

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Just my opinion, but if ur now running a stock rom and not pauls ,u should head over to Samsung website for help with stock rom. Probably get the help u need


LOL really?

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Ya really. Y u think u have no reply s; ) k bye

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If your not wanting to reflash maybe worth wiping Dalvik or trying a factory reset see if that solves it assuming you haven't tried these already.

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Ya really. Y u think u have no reply s; ) k bye


You do know this is a general forum for the GN, not just Paul's ROM? Your reply was not helpful in the slightest.

As said, I'd do a hard reset again and see what happens

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You do know this is a general forum for the GN, not just Paul's ROM? Your reply was not helpful in the slightest.

As said, I'd do a hard reset again and see what happens

K, sorry but me personally wouldnt be asking stock rom questions in this type of. Forum. Agn sorry

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If your not wanting to reflash maybe worth wiping Dalvik or trying a factory reset see if that solves it assuming you haven't tried these already.


Tried pretty much everything, but the problem still persists.

It is so strange because everything works fine with ITL41D an ITL41F, but after I update to the ICL53F, this problem starts.

Tried to get a logcat for the error, it's attached

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Tried pretty much everything, but the problem still persists.

It is so strange because everything works fine with ITL41D an ITL41F, but after I update to the ICL53F, this problem starts.

Tried to get a logcat for the error, it's attached


Did you clear cache etc before you went bak to stock ?

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Did you clear cache etc before you went bak to stock ?


To be more helpful , re root the phone , head over to XDA and download super wipe from the hd rom . Run that then go back to stock . This should cure the problem

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To be more helpful , re root the phone , head over to XDA and download super wipe from the hd rom . Run that then go back to stock . This should cure the problem


Thanks for the tip, but it didn't help. Same problem still :(

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Thanks for the tip, but it didn't help. Same problem still :(


Ok do the same again but this time don't let Google send you the update , apply the ROM from here using ADB. Do not let Google apply a back up on its servers to you . Do a complete fresh install .

http://code.google.c...xus/images.html

On the assumption that you are letting google send you the update

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Ok do the same again but this time don't let Google send you the update , apply the ROM from here using ADB. Do not let Google apply a back up on its servers to you . Do a complete fresh install .

http://code.google.c...xus/images.html

On the assumption that you are letting google send you the update


This is so strange...i tried with those images too couple of days ago. Im now on stock images (ITL41F) from google. But If I use the OTA this error comes. But If I use the googles factory images and flash them with fastboot...same thing. So pretty stranges thing. The error comes straight away when the phone loads the OS (haven't even started the setup).

I'm now on ITL41F and everything is fine...though google doesn't even give me the ota update at the moment. Might be ofcourse that they are already beginning to roll out the 4.0.3 update.

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Does it do it with the SIM out or with a different SIM?

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Does it do it with the SIM out or with a different SIM?

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hmm actually I haven't tested without sim...could that somehow be the problem? Google has changed something in the 4.0.2 update then?

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hmm actually I haven't tested without sim...could that somehow be the problem? Google has changed something in the 4.0.2 update then?

Not necessarily, but it rules out one possible cause!

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Not necessarily, but it rules out one possible cause!

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Well i'll test it without sim when i get home

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Well i'll test it without sim when i get home


I booted without the sim card...and no error...now to test with the sim card.

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How old is your SIM card? Might be worth getting a new one

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I booted without the sim card...and no error...now to test with the sim card.


With the sim card...the error returns...

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