Guest tcpaulh Posted January 10, 2011 Report Share Posted January 10, 2011 (edited) My phone's not well. Considering all of the messing around I've done with it I figure I should just start over from scratch. Brief History:- I've tried lots of ROMs and TPTs as they've become available, mostly to try and get a 2.2 that allows me to roam from T-mobile to Orange 2G/GSM data reliably. Basically I got a great deal with T-mobile though there's no coverage at all at home. Orange however is pretty good. 3G roaming is however a dream for the future... Anyway, I think I've got a corrupt partition somewhere. Running TPT's doesn't seem to help. Whenever I wipe dalvik cache from clockworkmod 18.104.22.168 I get "E:Can't mount /dev/block/mmcblk0p2 (File exists)" Most times when I install a rom (despite wiping from privacy settings and from CWM) I still get stuff from previous installs showing up ie themed elements like circlemod. Most of this would be fine, I could live with it but recently the phone has become less stable. The simple APN setting for T-mobile doesn't stick anymore, it keeps reverting values to asterisks, without there being any 'Data Switch' type software installed. No APNDroid or JuiceDefender. Also, holding down the power button gives unpredictable results. Sometimes it goes to sleep, sometimes it goes to lock screen and sometimes it brings up the power options menu. I have to perform a little finger dance to get it to do what I want. heh. I like troubleshooting (I'm an ops analyst) but every now and then there comes a point where you just want to nuke it all and start over. But how? Thing is I've tried a few TPT's with different partition sizes and I'm still getting these probs. So I just tried (for the first time) to 'downgrade' to Fillyjonk RLS5 lite (128mb). The install went well without errors but Acore FC's constantly. So how can I check my partitions out and really start from scratch? Been troubleshooting this myself for quite a while now but it's time to ask for some help :D Edited January 10, 2011 by tcpaulh Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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