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    Near Blackburn, Lancashire
  • Interests
    Mobile phones, technology, Facebook, anything gadget related.
  • Your Current Device(s)
    Vega, X10 mini, Blade
  1. I'm the person who found the update, as per the op thread. It downloaded fine, but my Facebook app has stopped working. It won't allow me to reply to comments on Facebook. I type the message, but the app just closes and returns the Hudl to the front screen, wihout adding my message. I have uninstalled and reinstalled the app, but that didn't fix it.
  2. Hi Krishang3 - useful to have a list of roms for the G300. However, you have made a small typo in your list - you have spelled "atomic" incorrectly. A slip of the keyboard, I reckon; it happens to the best of us! Also, I know you have added which roms are GB, ICS and JB, but I think grouping them into each of these categories, then in alphabetical order, may make them easier to find.
  3. Thanks for that. Do I flash the rom the same way as roms on other phones - download to computer, copy to sd, go to recovery, wipe data and cache, install rom (plus gapps where required). I don't want to mess up my phone due to missing a step, or getting it wrong somewhere.
  4. Hello guys, I hope you can help me. I am looking for either an ICS or JB rom (preferably JB) that is as close to stock as possible, with just the Vodafone stuff removed. Unless someone can advise me on how to remove the Vodafone stuff (including the boot screen) from the stock rom. I am rooted, with CWM installed, but otherwise I am completely on stock. My baseband is 2030, and my Android Version is 4.0.3 ICS, if that helps. Thank you for any replies.
  5. This method on giffgaff says that the g300 will probably not work, and I can't see anyone who has tested it - unless I missed something.
  6. My other half bought a Playbook (7in) on Saturday. Currys have it on sale for £129, and he had a £50 goodwill voucher due to earlier problems with Currys, bringing the Playbook down to £79. He loves it, and I am getting one tomorrow. Mine will be the full £129 though, as I don't have a voucher. The Playbook looks like an excellent tablet, and I have a Vega too. My partner has an iPad, as well as his Playbook.
  7. I was thinking along the same lines, Ged, a "mini vega". Single core processor, but still, not bad for the price. My partner and I have ordered one each today. It will probably take a week or so to arrive, with the double bank holiday, but we shall see what happens. Running ICS out of the box, Google Play and various other apps pre-installed. Not a modding project like the Vega, more of an "as is" device. Add a few favourite apps and you are good to go.
  8. VERSUS Touchpad 7 Tablet PC - 8 GB | Dixons | Could the tablet above be a low end bargain to rival the Vega? At only £80, with Google Play, Iplayer and various other apps pre-loaded, it doesn't look a bad deal to me. I would welcome opinions on it, especially as I already own a Vega. What do you guys think?
  9. Have you tried re-calibrating your screen using the built-in shuttle tools app?
  10. My partner bought 2 different Chinese tablets, just to use as projects (rooting/modding, etc) and in both cases, the wi-fi wouldn't maintain a connection. Sometimes they would connect briefly, before losing the connection again. Reboots didn't fix the problem, nor did installing new roms. We are no strangers to tweaking tablets, phones, etc, but we couldn't get these tablets to work properly. Both were returned for refunds. Other problems were apparent too, such as generally poor build quality, unresponsive screens, etc. He may have been unlucky, having simply purchased two duds, but if you buy cheapies like this, it is the chance you take. We think the wi-fi problem may have been due to the fact that, as the tablets were Chinese, they were running on Chinese wi-fi frequencies, which are at odds with ours in the UK. The choice is yours, as to whether you buy a cheap Chinese import, but hopefully this information may help you in your decision-making.
  11. Which rom is it, Haggis1965? If we know which rom it is (there are several of them) we can guide you as to the best solution. Some roms have known wi-fi issues, which have been sorted out by forum users, but we need more details to set you on the right track.
  12. Assuming you have unzipped the rom, you have to use NVFlash to install the rom. You have to double click on the lvds.bat file, and the rom will install and run. After that, follow the instructions in the main thread, to the letter, otherwise the rom will not work.
  13. Thank you team, I am downloading this rom now. I will install it on my Vega, following the instructions to the letter. The absence of 3g is not as issue, as the Vega is wi-fi only, and I don't use Bluetooth and GPS, so they won't be missed by me. I will feed back my findings once I am up and running.
  14. http://www.tabletroms.com/forums/vega-rom-development/4338-multiupload-com-down-vegacomb-moddedstock-can-found-here.html The links to the roms and updates are at the above page. They were re-posted as Megaupload was closed down by the site owners. The install method is shown in the thread too, but it is essentially a case of installing moddedstock 1 or 2, observing all wipes (user data, cache and dalvik cache, which is found in the advanced section of CWM). Install VC version B or N, then the corresponding update, ensuring the letters match. So if you install the N rom, you have to install the N update. If you install the B rom, you have to install the B update. You don't need to wipe the data and cache between installing the rom and the update. To summarise: 1. Download moddedstock, VC version B or M and the corresponding update. 2. Copy the zipped files to your sd card, and boot your tablet to CWM. 3. Install moddedstock 1 or 2. 4. Reboot to CWM. 5. Wipe data, cache and Dalvik cache (Dalvik cache is in the advanced menu of CWM). 6. Install B or N main rom. 7. Reboot to CWM. 8. Don't wipe caches or user data, but install the B or N update, ensuring the update letter corresponds to the main rom. 9. The tablet will boot to the main menu, and the job is done, ready for you to personalise your tablet. As for which versions of the moddedstock rom and the VC rom; this depends on your tablet. Without getting too technical, different tablets store data in different ways, even if they are the same make and model. Some respond better to one combination, other tablets respond better to a different combination. It's a case of trial and error, I'm afraid.
  15. Hello MikhailM, I've not posted for a while, but I have been following the site with interest. Corvus is a good rom, in terms of being user-friendly etc, but I find the grid on it kind of garish. It would probably look better with a different interface on it, although it does lend itself to being modded and "messed around with" more than some of the later roms do.
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