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  1. Sense. The only vanilla stuff I've ever added is the launcher and lockscreen. Attached the options.txt from the bake I flashed if that helps.
  2. I think it has been mentioned before, but I'll report it anyway. People crashes when trying to view a contact card from the dialer. The only way to see numbers on a contact is to edit it and copy/paste it. Annoying as hell. I've tried clearing data for People and Contacts storage and rebooting with no luck. I/SqliteDatabaseCpp( 647): sqlite returned: error code = 1, msg = no such function: UCS2_LOWERCASE E/DatabaseUtils( 647): Writing exception to parcel E/DatabaseUtils( 647): android.database.sqlite.SQLiteException: no such function: UCS2_LOWERCASE: , while compiling: SELECT single_is_restricted FROM view_htc_contacts AS contacts WHERE ( ( ( UCS2_LOWERCASE(display_name) LIKE '113%' OR UCS2_LOWERCASE(display_name) LIKE '% 113%' ) OR _id IN ( SELECT (raw_contacts.contact_id) FROM name_lookup JOIN raw_contacts ON (raw_contacts._id=name_lookup.raw_contact_id) WHERE normalized_name GLOB '141418*' AND name_type IN(2,6,7,8) ) ) ) ORDER BY sort_key ASC E/DatabaseUtils( 647): at android.database.sqlite.SQLiteCompiledSql.native_compile(Native Method) E/DatabaseUtils( 647): at android.database.sqlite.SQLiteCompiledSql.<init>(SQLiteCompiledSql.java:68) E/DatabaseUtils( 647): at android.database.sqlite.SQLiteProgram.compileSql(SQLiteProgram.java:150) E/DatabaseUtils( 647): at android.database.sqlite.SQLiteProgram.compileAndbindAllArgs(SQLiteProgram.java:368) E/DatabaseUtils( 647): at android.database.sqlite.SQLiteProgram.<init>(SQLiteProgram.java:134) E/DatabaseUtils( 647): at android.database.sqlite.SQLiteProgram.<init>(SQLiteProgram.java:98) E/DatabaseUtils( 647): at android.database.sqlite.SQLiteQuery.<init>(SQLiteQuery.java:53) E/DatabaseUtils( 647): at android.database.sqlite.SQLiteDirectCursorDriver.query(SQLiteDirectCursorDriver.java:58) E/DatabaseUtils( 647): at android.database.sqlite.SQLiteDatabase.rawQueryWithFactory(SQLiteDatabase.java:1687) E/DatabaseUtils( 647): at android.database.sqlite.SQLiteQueryBuilder.query(SQLiteQueryBuilder.java:375) E/DatabaseUtils( 647): at com.android.providers.contacts.HtcContactsProvider2.queryLocal(HtcContactsProvider2.java:6915) E/DatabaseUtils( 647): at com.android.providers.contacts.ContactsProvider2.query(ContactsProvider2.java:6684) E/DatabaseUtils( 647): at com.android.providers.contacts.CContactsProvider2.query(CContactsProvider2.java:232) E/DatabaseUtils( 647): at com.android.providers.contacts.HtcContactsProvider2.query(HtcContactsProvider2.java:4435) E/DatabaseUtils( 647): at android.content.ContentProvider$Transport.query(ContentProvider.java:189) E/DatabaseUtils( 647): at android.content.ContentProviderNative.onTransact(ContentProviderNative.java:141) E/DatabaseUtils( 647): at android.os.Binder.execTransact(Binder.java:338) E/DatabaseUtils( 647): at dalvik.system.NativeStart.run(Native Method) W/dalvikvm( 6385): threadid=12: thread exiting with uncaught exception (group=0x40a80228) D/dalvikvm( 6385): GC_CONCURRENT freed 641K, 16% free 4030K/4771K, paused 4ms+2ms E/AndroidRuntime( 6385): FATAL EXCEPTION: Thread-736 E/AndroidRuntime( 6385): android.database.sqlite.SQLiteException: no such function: UCS2_LOWERCASE: , while compiling: SELECT single_is_restricted FROM view_htc_contacts AS contacts WHERE ( ( ( UCS2_LOWERCASE(display_name) LIKE '113%' OR UCS2_LOWERCASE(display_name) LIKE '% 113%' ) OR _id IN ( SELECT (raw_contacts.contact_id) FROM name_lookup JOIN raw_contacts ON (raw_contacts._id=name_lookup.raw_contact_id) WHERE normalized_name GLOB '141418*' AND name_type IN(2,6,7,8) ) ) ) ORDER BY sort_key ASC E/AndroidRuntime( 6385): at android.database.DatabaseUtils.readExceptionFromParcel(DatabaseUtils.java:180) E/AndroidRuntime( 6385): at android.database.DatabaseUtils.readExceptionFromParcel(DatabaseUtils.java:136) E/AndroidRuntime( 6385): at android.content.ContentProviderProxy.query(ContentProviderNative.java:406) E/AndroidRuntime( 6385): at android.content.ContentResolver.query(ContentResolver.java:315) E/AndroidRuntime( 6385): at com.android.htccontacts.HtcContactInfo.updateIsRestricted(HtcContactInfo.java:1241) E/AndroidRuntime( 6385): at com.android.htccontacts.HtcContactInfo.buildRawContactInfo(HtcContactInfo.java:994) E/AndroidRuntime( 6385): at com.android.htccontacts.HtcContactInfo.buildAllInfo(HtcContactInfo.java:299) E/AndroidRuntime( 6385): at com.android.htccontacts.fragment.ContactDetailLayerCarouselFragment$LoadContactInfo.run(ContactDetailLayerCarouselFragment.java:1268) E/AndroidRuntime( 6385): at java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:864) D/sn ( 6385): Add status selection: status_update_data_id IN (6120,6112,6113,6116,483,6119,482) OR presence_data_id IN (6120,6112,6113,6116,483,6119,482) D/GestureDetector( 6385): Change mBiggerTouchSlopSquare from 400 to 729 V/MfLog ( 6385): HtcViewContactDetailFragment{40e90848 #1 id=0x40000001 hzxkd4.ContactDetailLayerCarouselFragment.131.3_PEOPLE_DETAIL_VIEW_DETAIL}, onActivityCreated E/EmbeddedLogger( 292): App crashed! Process: com.android.htccontacts E/EmbeddedLogger( 292): App crashed! Package: com.android.htccontacts v400412788 (4.0.2217232859.412788.399238) E/EmbeddedLogger( 292): Application Label: People EDIT: I installed the de-odexed stock ROM from here without touch my /data, so there's definitely something wrong with this MCR.
  3. Of course he has a life, people usually do, but he also has a job. If MoDaCo is his only job I do not know. All I know is he spends a lot of time on Twitter talking about Android, so I assume this is his job. Completely abandoning a phone after some time is not unheard of. If the Galaxy S II is abandoned we should get a clear message stating so. Though I am fairly certain it's not, I'm not holding my breath. Paul anyone else working on this could at least check in every few days and reply to questions and requests. "Gr8" is very good, stable, but has room for improvement of course. If you're running "Gr5", there's really no point in upgrading, but I have no regrets. I'm very happy with my S II. :-)
  4. What's up with the vibration icon always showing? I like it the way it's always been - showing only when vibration is ON and sound is OFF. Now it shows whenever vibration is ON and sound is ON/OFF. Annoying. Anyone know a quick fix?
  5. Yes, I've seen reports of it earlier in the thread. Connect your phone via adb and do a adb logcat to catch the log output when it happens. It might be easily fixable (permission issue perhaps?), but you may have to wipe/factory reset.
  6. Couldn't find anything about this in the thread; When charging, the battery icon stays at red level with a lightning bolt on it and doesn't progress towards all green. Edit: Oh, and the Samsung keypad doesn't have nordic languages (Norwegian in particular ;)) even though I left the CSC at default XEU. Edit2: I see now that the CSC is actually XAK?! Doesn't bother me that much because I usually use SlideIT keyboard, but I just restored all apps and don't want to change CSC now. :o
  7. After having used HTC Magic, Nexus One, LG Optimus 2X and the Galaxy S II, the SGS2 is definitely the best. The O2X is also good, but there no problem using the SGS2 in direct sunlight. Obviously the colors won't be as good and you might squint a little if you wear dark sunglasses.
  8. It doesn't turn off the screen in a call either? If so :)
  9. There's no need to do a backup because you can find all available ROM's over at xda-developers or on samfirmware.com. Either way, you would need to root and do a bit of hacking to get a backup of a stock ROM, and then it wouldn't be completely stock anymore anyway.
  10. I bet they have a good reason for doing it. Considering the wicked good job they have done otherwise, I will let it slide. Just charge more often. :)
  11. Kies is the officially supported way of updating your phone ROM. Odin is leaked software and not supported. 1. Depends on the ROM you flash. Official images will unroot your phone, custom ones might include root and hence will not unroot. 2. Again it depends on the ROM you flash. Flashing a CSC will wipe everything. Rule of thumb; Always do a backup before flashing anything. 3. Kies is known to badword things up. Odin works flawlessly as long as you follow instructions for the ROM or know what you are doing.
  12. What has that got to do with this thread? There is nothing wrong with the GPS. For me it fixes in seconds with or without Wi-fi enabled. It might take a little longer once in a while, but that's because it needs to update the A-GPS data.
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