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    LG GT540
  1. Wipe data & system in recovery, reflash the ROM and reboot
  2. Data isn't stored in the apk but in /data/data, so you're fine there Thanks for the upload :D
  3. I'm coming from Android-x86 (http://android-x86.org) and we're having issues downloading Chrome from the play store, and any apk downloaded off the internet tries to run though houdini and fails. Would anyone be kind enough to provide us with an apk with the x86 lib, so we can see if it works? Thanks :D
  4. Had tasker for a while, and have got used to it now. Being a technical kind of person, I took to it pretty quickly and can do advanced stuff with it now, however, whenever I show someone "how my phone does that by itself", they get confused and still wonder how, so I can see a tutorial like this helping, it's kind of the missing guide (the wiki doesn't help a lot of people that much) I have a friend who is an apple lover, but has recently been tempted by Android, and was thinking of getting Tasker, but was also confused, this may help massively
  5. Check out my thread over on XDA http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1413293
  6. Sorted it! Had to download the newest version of the firmware (took ages to find, just look at arctablet.com next time) Then select firmware update, copy the aos file, and it's worked Sent from my HTC Desire HD using xda premium
  7. Can someone help me out, my Archos 80 g9 is stuck in the recovery menu, with no option to resume to Android. I don't have any files on the system. Can someone help me?
  8. Right guys, I know we can't overclock yet, but apparently we will be able to OC to 1ghz as we have a MSM7227 TURBO. What do you think? Sent from my GT540 using tapatalk
  9. This is a good sign. I'm getting one (hopefully) in 9 days and already ROMS are being developed
  10. |Is the setting in wifi settings>Menu>advanced>Wifi sleep policy never? There's a new boot.img with a new kernel (#300) Fastboot Flashing: fastboot.exe erase boot fastboot.exe flash boot boot.img[/codebox] Download: boot.rar Changelog: Speed improvements New kernel
  11. Are you using the cmd.exe in the same folder as the fastboot.exe? if the fastboot is named fastboot-windows, rename it fastboot You can download and put adbwinapi here and extract it and put it in the same folder: http://www.4shared.com/file/45i32bXB/AdbWinApi.html Note that these files are found by googling the filename.
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