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[ICS] [CM9] [4.0.4] ColdFusionX for the ZTE Blade [ROM] [UPDATED - 28/06]

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I'd been struggling to get my browser bookmarks to sync since installing the latest ROM (I'd done a full wipe this time as I wanted to adjust my partition sizes). The error reported in LogCat was...

I/BookmarksSync(8691): Sync failed due to hard error: Server reports a different identifier (birthday)

After flashing different versions of ChromeBookmarksSyncAdapter.apk, trawling through logcats and lots of googling, I've eventually got it working again. Seems the problem was to do with encryption keys. The fix was to delete my sync'd data from Google, resync from my desktop browser, and then sync from the phone as described here: http://blog.abrah.am...g-problems.html

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After 34 hours of using phone in normal way (about 1 hour of phone calls, some wifi, internet, browsing gallery) I have still 55% of battery with latest CFX. So, where is battery drain?

Using 2g mode or disabling airplane mode prevent sleeping which will cause battery drain. I'll log them on the issue tracker later. :)

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After 34 hours of using phone in normal way (about 1 hour of phone calls, some wifi, internet, browsing gallery) I have still 55% of battery with latest CFX. So, where is battery drain?

Switch airplane mode on, then off.

Enter your pin code.

Switch your screen off.

Wait for 30secs.

Push the Menu button: surprise! your phone isn't deep sleeping as it should.

Then you won't get a real drain, but as your phone won't deep sleep as long as your radio is on, you'll lose a steady 2-3% an hour.

Solution is to reboot.

Edit: @targetbsp - faster than me ;) thanks for the issue list - actually I missed the post where tilal mentioned it, and never noticed the link in the second post :/

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Using 2g mode or disabling airplane mode prevent sleeping which will cause battery drain. I'll log them on the issue tracker later. :)

but I'm using 2g mode!

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but I'm using 2g mode!

Can you wake the phone form the keypad? If so you'll find 3g even more battery efficient.

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but I'm using 2g mode!

Hmm... now mine is sleeping in 2g mode lol. So I won't be logging that one! Weird.

And my log for airplane mode is cluttered up with a background app i shouldn't have had running and now I've flashed CM9 before realising this so i shan't be logging anything right now lol.

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Some people never learn....

Some people use "penis" in chinese as a username. I'm pretty sure he's just trolling.

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Can anyone help me out.

Been trying all day,.

Did a full whipe etc

Loaded cm9

reboot out of recovery but it just stays on the cyanogen boot screen

Thought it could be a system partion error, So tried to install swedish spring and then use tpt helper,

Did that

then when it went to load the new file, it just stayed on the first green line of text.

Been trying everything, Dont know what to do now!

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Some people use "penis" in chinese as a username. I'm pretty sure he's just trolling.

That was literally penis written with cyrillic characters, nothing more. :)

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Can anyone help me out.

Been trying all day,.

Did a full whipe etc

Loaded cm9

reboot out of recovery but it just stays on the cyanogen boot screen

Thought it could be a system partion error, So tried to install swedish spring and then use tpt helper,

Did that

then when it went to load the new file, it just stayed on the first green line of text.

Been trying everything, Dont know what to do now!

ok lets start the the VERY top

what gen is your phone, has it been upgraded etc?

system size? data size? cache size?

i assume you followed all the steps in post1 and before doing so you checked all the md5's?

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  1. Boot into Clockworkmod (because there you have an "e2fsck" tool)
  2. start "adb shell"
  3. e2fsck -p /dev/block/mmcblk0p2
  4. Reboot (done!)

Should fix about 256 bad groupings in filesystem.

Hi XeS0r,

After performing the above, clockworkmod (5.0.2.0) can't mount my sd-ext anymore.

The log shows: failed to mount /dev/block/mmcblk0p2 (invalid argument)

S2E however, continues to work fine, and I can also browse sd-ext after booting into android, so files are still there.

This wouldn't be so much of a problem, except now clockworkmod fails to include the sd-ext in the backup.

Can you, or anyone else, please help to fix this, without the easy 're-format' way?

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ok lets start the the VERY top

what gen is your phone, has it been upgraded etc?

system size? data size? cache size?

i assume you followed all the steps in post1 and before doing so you checked all the md5's?

Gen 2,

originally a gen 1 (oled screen, Bought near release date)

Can you tell me how to check the system size etc?

and how to check the md5

Yes followed all steps in post 1

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Anyone has an idea how to set 2G only mode on bootup? It defaults to HSDPA every time I reboot my device. 3G drains my battery in about an hour (because of constant switching between 2G and 3G).

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Gen 2,

originally a gen 1 (oled screen, Bought near release date)

Can you tell me how to check the system size etc?

and how to check the md5

Yes followed all steps in post 1

download blade checker from the market to check system size.

I use AFV (android file verifier) to check md5 numbers, sure there are other apps that do same thing.

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Gen 2,

originally a gen 1 (oled screen, Bought near release date)

Can you tell me how to check the system size etc?

and how to check the md5

Yes followed all steps in post 1

urm sounds like mine.. (512MB) OLED UK..

did you make a TPT for your phone before you tried to put CFX on it?

can someone help out here ?

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I made a TPT but when i went to load it, it hanged on the green text,

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I made a TPT but when i went to load it, it hanged on the green text,

Can you also type out the contents of what the green screen said (exactly as they appear)?

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Gen 2,

originally a gen 1 (oled screen, Bought near release date)

Can you tell me how to check the system size etc?

and how to check the md5

Yes followed all steps in post 1

The md5's you don't need to check, those will probably be all right anyways. But if you have total commander, you can do that by file -> checksum or something like that.

To see partition sizes, open terminal emulator or adb and run command "df"

Bootscreen stucks happen when system is too small - you can try deleting files (ringtones, wallpaper apk-s, videoeditor) from the install zip and you should try the mini google apps.

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do u have a nandroid backup u can restore?

No, im not worried about losing data. Have backed up everything with titanium.

I have just flashed swedish spring, So i can install tpt helper and blade checker.

Blade checker says:

European Blade (512mb Ram0 Detected

TPT Upgraded Gen 2 Phone detected

Use Gen 1 style TPTs

Current partition sizes:

System: 140mb

Data: 314mb

Cache: 2mb

Ok so im assuming the problem is definately regarding the partition sizes,

Can you also type out the contents of what the green screen said (exactly as they appear)?

Sure, Just creating another tpt and trying again,

Before i pressed gen 2, Where now i have used the setting TPT Upgraded Gen 2

Lets see what happens

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You need a minimum of 160 MB (minimum as in no ringtones, wallpapers and lots of stuff cut out). ICS is only comfortable on ~200-220MB system partitions. Good luck :)

Well I only saw your first comment with partition sizes... Never mind, I'll be captain obvious for now :)

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