New G300 User - Few Questions...
Posted 12 July 2012 - 06:11 PM
Posted 12 July 2012 - 06:12 PM
Also I am quiet happy with the stock rom which I intend on debranding e.t.c and waiting for the official ICS update, but have the well know quiet ringtone problem. There is a option to sort this out with a upgrade in settings/about phone/online upgrade but every time I try to download it, it stops at 3.12 mb of a 14 mb download. So is there a patch for this or will I have to flash another stock rom. I think mine is 882 and have read 884 or 886 will sort it but not 888 am I right? Sorry for all the questions but this forum got so big. Thanks Jay.
P.S my p.c is a Asus Eee Box on xp if that helps.
Yeah I struggle with the back too, and worry about breaking the little clippy things. If you can't get the usb working as hogweed suggests you could grab a wifi transfer app (I use Wifi file explorer pro)
Upgrade situation is odd unless on o2 at least, I think 885 is the one that fixes the sound.
Posted 12 July 2012 - 06:25 PM
Check your current ROM build in Settings=> About Phone>Build Number (last 4 characters - eg B888 for me). Don't know why an OTA upgrade is failing. Are you trying on wifi or 3g. Maybe try the other option? The Vodafone OTA update fixed my low sound issue.
Could you elaborate on what drive mode is as not very good with p.c if drive mode is there and not on the phone cheers.
Posted 12 July 2012 - 06:38 PM
The reason I mentioned debugging is that when I have this turned on the phone never prompts me to turn storage on - I have to pull down the notification and select it. I don't know why this is.
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Posted 12 July 2012 - 07:55 PM
Not bad, but obviously it does have quirks, the boot screen annoyed me and the couple of Chinese apps I removed easily enough.
Deciding I'd rather be back to B888 with my backup I'd made, I followed the downgrade guide and reinstalled B888.
After re-rooting and reinstalling my IMEI backup (weirdly, seems the IMEI backup also contains the splash and boot images, as I didn't reinstall the vendor.app but they appeared after the restore of the IMEI!), I then reloaded CWM and went back to my unrooted B888 backup from before starting.
It's surprising how easy things are, actually.
Posted 12 July 2012 - 08:01 PM
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Posted 13 July 2012 - 09:21 AM
There's nothing to stop you from trying it and restoring a Nandroid backup if it doesn't float your boat, though.
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