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Same, nor do I understand the appeal (not wanting to offend anyone) of installing a rom that is essentially someone else's preferred stock setup.

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yes all.
and believe me. i know what iam saying.
is probably the 6th rom ive installed
actually 2 big issues are
- no phone and the bb unknown.
yea google voice. i know. i can download it. just wanted you to know

i think i can try again. because generally i liked the rom: nice and new apps. contacts are like in gb. offers a good management of contacts
but just offer me an explanation for no phone signal.
i cant use the rom without phone features.
and what about messages app. it stopped all the time.


What stock rom did you upgrade from, and what country are you in?

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What stock rom did you last flash via update.app method is a better question I think. No room for confusion or misunderstanding.
Sounds like a baseband issue.

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out of curiosity. what do people mean when they say "clean rom"
no mods or something ?

never really understood what people mean by it


Pretty simple you answered it yourself, i was looking for a stripped out stock rom wiih the voda bloat or huawei bloat removed. This fits the bill and is pre-rooted with memory tweaks pre installed probably just the same tweaks as yours?

After seeing complaints about reboots on your rom i decided to try this as it was on the 940 rom which i had upgraded to so as not to diverse from the upgrade path.

Most problems with roms are user inflicted by not doing wipes between different kernels that means dalvick and data always best to wipe unless upgrading the same rom (dan nedan needs to read this).

Edited by sedj, 23 September 2012 - 11:33 PM.

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Pretty simple you answered it yourself, i was looking for a stripped out stock rom wiih the voda bloat or huawei bloat removed. This fits the bill and is pre-rooted with memory tweaks pre installed probably just the same tweaks as yours?

After seeing complaints about reboots on your rom i decided to try this as it was on the 940 rom which i had upgraded to so as not to diverse from the upgrade path.

Most problems with roms are user inflicted by not doing wipes between different kernels, always best to wipe unless upgrading the same rom.


was just wondering, as i hear people say clean rom in quite a few threads, never really been sure of what they mean by it though lol

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was just wondering, as i hear people say clean rom in quite a few threads, never really been sure of what they mean by it though lol


seems people stopped using vanilla roms :D

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Would rather have a stripped out rom that i could customise myself tbh, rather than a rom full of crap like the sgs3 rom :)

Edited by sedj, 23 September 2012 - 11:48 PM.

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Would rather have a stripped out rom that i could customise myself tbh, rather than a rom full of crap like the sgs3 rom


My thoughts exactly. I'm not interested in ROMs that have the author's preferred launcher and apps installed, the whole reason I root my phones is to remove bloat not install even more. "Clean ROM" as far as I'm concerned pertains to having removed as much vendor and manufacturer bloat as possible and provide a Nexus-esque ROM.

Edited by Malthus, 24 September 2012 - 02:15 AM.

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What stock rom did you upgrade from, and what country are you in?


did it again. same results> no phone signal, unknown baseband.

i`m from romania, i use vodafone ro.
gb / 927 (update.app) / 934 (zip) / infusion bo3 bo4 and the last b05 / ikb / back bo5

Edited by dan nedan, 24 September 2012 - 10:33 AM.

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Little question about B940 :
How is ringtone volume?? in B936 is still very low... is it better in this version?
Thanks

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I also find there is no phone after installing from 936 and doing all the wipes. I go into settings as soon as I select mobile networks settings crashes so for me this rom turns phone into a brick:-(

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the phone apk and framework are unmodified

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Well something is very very weird went back to 936, just did reset and wipe cache (no dorvak wipe) and everything works. Just I have to wait till I get home to re-root.

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I also add... on first boot I had a dead signal strength icon in the notification bar. I rebooted and as well as the problem with settings crashing there was no signal strength icon in top line of phone. I am uk and on 3.

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new version [b3] - fixed setup crash, stripped down apps more

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Hi all! Did anyone try this new build? (i've read that imei and broadband gone after flashing this rom, though its blazing fast. (then they sadly shift back to infusion or vendor ics) im on infusion now but i would like to give it a try. how about this stuff's memory footprint? any experience?

thanks: fillwatertank

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is this the same as favaroo rom, how does the overclocking work can i install just overclock bit over my b940 rom

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is this the same as favaroo rom, how does the overclocking work can i install just overclock bit over my b940 rom

if you just want overclocking, you can cwm one of the two over-clocked kernels in this forum, if you want to try this rom the over-clocked kernel and CPU Settings app are already included, you just need to set your desired clock speed settings and governer in the app.

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Ok I fixed my problem, I fjlashed other (infusion?) 940 where wifi not working then directly flashed your rom with NO wipes and everything seems good. Now to re-install everything...

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It is odd and anoying that despite it looking in settings that you can default to internal sim to store apps - you can't. Instead they get installed in internal storage... This soon becomes full so there is nowhere for google store updates to go.

Took me 2 hours to figure the problem and move the apps:-(

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