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Hi All,

I was using fido OS_Acer_4.004.12.PA.FIDO_A22F_A rom and everytime I got a call from unknown person (not in my contacts) I could see his/hers name and number in the call log. I have decided to flash to LCR-2 Rom. I have installed Malez Recovery 0.6.2, rooted my Liquid-E and and made nandroid backup.Then I have flashed my Liquid with OS_Acer_4.002.14.EMEA.GEN1_A22F_A, installed Malez Recovery 0.6.2, rooted the phone again and flashed with LCR-2 and everything was working just ok. After few days i have noticed that in the call log there are no names with the phone numbers of callers who are not in my contacts. So I have returned to the official OS_Acer_4.002.14.EMEA.GEN1_A22F_A and tested my phone for the missing names( it was perfect with the fido rom). What i have observed is that when i am receiving a call I can see the caller's name and number. It does not matter if I answer the call or not but when I go to the call log I can see his name for a second and then the name disappearsand only the number stays in bold.

So I have decided to go back to Fido rom but I was not able to do nandroid recovery. I am getting an error:run 'nandroid-mobile.sh restore' via console!

I have spent some time to read about this error and was unable to restore my original (stock) rom.

I have tried to load OS_Acer_4.002.14.EMEA.GEN1_A22F_A again with Malez, do the backup and restore but same error.

I found a source for the stock or modified fido update but the links are outdated...

Any help is welcome,

Thank you

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4.004.12.PA.FIDO

download it and see if it fixes your problem

I think this is just a ziip update which is not allowed with not fido rom but:

I have changed the SD card for a different one (2GB) and I moved nandroid backup files to it. I was able to restore my stock rom and there is no problem with the missing names. Then I loaded Froyometalv3.1 rom. After that the caller's names started do disappear again...

I was using Samsung 16GB class 2 card. Is there any special preparation of the card before using it with the phone ? Why I couldn't restore nandroid backup from it ? Is it too slow ?

Any idea with the caller log ?

Thank you

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I think this is just a ziip update which is not allowed with not fido rom but:

I have changed the SD card for a different one (2GB) and I moved nandroid backup files to it. I was able to restore my stock rom and there is no problem with the missing names. Then I loaded Froyometalv3.1 rom. After that the caller's names started do disappear again...

I was using Samsung 16GB class 2 card. Is there any special preparation of the card before using it with the phone ? Why I couldn't restore nandroid backup from it ? Is it too slow ?

Any idea with the caller log ?

Thank you

about the caller log i think maybe its a feature in fido roms but not available in any other rom

and about the sd card, class 2 is slow, i'm using Kingston 16GB class 4 and never had any problems with it

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about the caller log i think maybe its a feature in fido roms but not available in any other rom

and about the sd card, class 2 is slow, i'm using Kingston 16GB class 4 and never had any problems with it

I think you are right that this is a feature in fido roms but is it possible to get it out from the rom and install it on the custom rom ?

Restoring nandroid backup is a reading process from the sdcard so the speed shouldn't be an issue ?

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I think you are right that this is a feature in fido roms but is it possible to get it out from the rom and install it on the custom rom ?

Restoring nandroid backup is a reading process from the sdcard so the speed shouldn't be an issue ?

maybe, but i don't think i can do that

and maybe you just need to format your old sdcard from recovery, some sdcards need that to work properly

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maybe, but i don't think i can do that

and maybe you just need to format your old sdcard from recovery, some sdcards need that to work properly

I have reformated the sdcard and now it works properly. I am able to restore the nandroid backup from it.

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