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Installed Fish n Chips, it came with SMS pop up, which I can't un install.
Any ideas how/why?

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You should try titanium backup.

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Can anyone say how this ROM is compared with the CM7 one?

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All is working with no bug like camera.
Before 6 you even have eapsim.

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I purchased my SFII on 23.12.11, as a result of much deliberation and thought. After looking around and considering the available models at my budget I settled on the SFII. The main point, apart from looks, was the following the original San Francisco had and I felt sure this would continue with the new model. I scrimped and scraped and only just got my beloved phone in time for Christmas. I'm a semi invalid and not much spare cash.

I'd already researched the act of unlocking it, getting rid of the Orange flotsam etc. The info and help in this forum was and is just amazing. What I hadn't expected was the huge amount of work you all put in to make the many ROMS. Especially Raverrr, who really made this the best phone ever for me. Even when subsequent ROM changes left out the individual bits I really wanted he sent me an app to fix it and put them back. I tried every FnC and other ROMS but have settled a long time now on FnC 6. This phone, to me, is still the best of the best at my price point. I'm as happy with it now as I was when I first got it. I even just look at it and declare how much I like and appreciate it. The only problem was a battery that went duff within 8 months, I got a proper replacement one for a tenner.

A big big thankyou to Raverrr for all the time he spent on this. Here we are a year on mate and you did the biggest favour anyone could do in spending all that time investigating how to do these things. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you and your family. Once again, a big thankyou because you did make a difference in this god awful world. Thankyou too, to the rest of the people who make this forum and it's tips and help work.

Steve

Edited by Reider59, 27 December 2012 - 12:12 PM.

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Thank you for the ROM!
Is it possible to install the Russian language to the English and French in the language setting?
Thank you!

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good rom!!!!

Edited by Leoha888, 02 January 2013 - 03:56 PM.

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ignore

Edited by Tenex, 01 January 2013 - 12:47 AM.

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I understand this ROM does not have Google Talk and it is not in the Market either.
Does anybody know where to get it and how to install?
Thank you!

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I installed FNC 7 on my wife's Crescent and after swapping Music2 to the Gingerbread music player (for Bluetooth to work), all functions are working perfectly. Thank you raverr and n4y4nrules.

I noticed that the stock system partition size is 220MB. After deleting older versions of apps like Google Maps, Youtube and SMS Popup from the system partition (as newer versions of these apps installed themselves in the data partition), I have managed to get the memory used in the system partition down to 122MB, as reported via the "adb shell df -h" command.

As nearly a 100MB is wasted in the system partition, I would like to decrease the size of the system partiton and the cache partition (57.5MB!!) and increase the data partition size, using the TPT Helper app. I am thinking of implementing the following memory configuration: 128MB system - 272MB data - 40MB cache and have the following questions:

QUESTIONS:

1. Will there be any adverse effects from removing the older versions of apps from the system partition? I uninstalled the newer app version from the data partition before deleting the old version with adb. I have not experienced any issues so far (4 days).

2. Are the partition sizes reported by the df -h command accurate and will 128MB be enough for the system partition, given that df -h reports 122MB in use?

3. I am using the TPT version of Konsta's Swedish Snow RLS7 on my Blade (works perfectly by the way). I believe that Konsta has implemented a 2MB cache and mapped the cache partition to the data partition (only when required by the Play Store app??) in order to free up more memory for the data partition. Is there anyway I can do the same thing on the Crescent to increase the data partion to well over 300MB? If so, I'd be very grateful for the exact steps to follow, as I don't have much experience with Linux or mobiles.

I am hoping that the experts on this forum can give me their advice on the above questions and any related issues [colour addded 24 Jan]

Thanks in advance.

Edited by danbb, 24 January 2013 - 08:02 PM.

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Bump.

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Having problems with the play store so I am going to flash fnc to see if that fixes it. Does fnc install clockwork recovery?

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You need to install recovery before flashing FNC.

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You need to install recovery before flashing FNC.

I have recovery installed already, just wondering if I flash a new rom will it remove cwm?

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I have recovery installed already, just wondering if I flash a new rom will it remove cwm?

No.

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No.

Good. Thanks.

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Just flashed fnc, looking good, play store issue resolved. :D

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Just reflashed this rom... as was always good but now only the odd app installs to ext partition...whiich is odd...any ideas folks

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Hi, I've had this rom on my SF2 for a while now and its great except for a fault with bluetooth.
Althought bluetooth works, it constantly errors in the background (as seen from Eclipse debug) and as a result rapidly drains the battery.
I see that this is a known issue.
I understand I should install the "stock" music player using adb - but I don't know how to obtain this.
(I don't understand the alternative methods that involve flashing the kernel?)
Any pointers would be appreciated.

Now found answer in earlier post by Kezzy1965 (used search for "Music").
Instructions worked fine.
Bluetooth errors appear to have disappeared!

Edited by reginaldo64, 18 February 2013 - 09:15 PM.

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OK - found earlier post by Kezzy1965 (using search for Music) - worked fine.

(Added to previous post. Please delete.)

Edited by reginaldo64, 18 February 2013 - 09:21 PM.

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