Just did full wipe and installed the Kitchen bake i had just recently downloaded.
Installed ok or so it seemed until I started set-up and entered Google gmail and
password and then I encountered multiple errors, this and that not responding.
first one was "Unfortunately the process com.google.process.gapps has stopped"
followed by "Unfortunately the process com.google.android.gsf.login has stopped".
You get the drift.
Am going to download the prebake and start over and if that does not work
will restore my Nandroid backup of Jr1 and hope Paul can figure out what's
wrong for some of us.
Edit: Just downloaded and installed the Pre-bake after a full wipe and got the same
results as above. I double checked the MD5 sum just in case but it matched.
Android generated a bug report but it is too large to attach here.
Just spent the past couple of hours messing around with the r2 prebake... flashing different permutations of ROMs and wipes, and was unable to replicate the error messages you mention. Login with gmail was without problem on those flashes that worked...
But there is something still not quite right with this build... As an experiment, I tried flashing the r2 prebake as follows ... with the results given...
Flashed over current installation of Jr1 (200 odd apps installed - /system/app odexed) - Black screen for 20mins after MoDaCo boot animation. Eventually I forced a reboot into bootloader.
Flashed over clean install of stock JellyBean (JOP40D) - Black Screen for 20mins after MoDaCo boot animation. Eventually I forced a reboot into bootloader.
Flashed over clean install of MCR Jr13 - 'Android is upgrading, optimizing app [x] of 107' and then 'System UI not responding' at lock screen. Bootlooping. Eventually I forced a reboot into bootloader.
Flashed over clean install of CM10.1 Jr1 - 'Android is upgrading', optimizing app [x] of 107'... that works... no problems...
Flashed after a full wipe, as a new ROM - Works without problems.
So the only way of getting r2 to work for me, as it stands, is to begin again... with Titanium backup restores.
Anyway, I'm back on my nandroid backup of Jr1 with Franco's kernel... and it's working beautifully.
(edited for clarification).
Edited by GedBlake, 19 January 2013 - 05:27 AM.