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Thread: Ultimate Droid 9.8.0 (Ringer Issues)

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    Angry Ultimate Droid 9.8.0 (Ringer Issues)

    I am coming from the UD 9.0.0 and had no problems. When updating to the 9.8.0, I notice that my phone no longer rings half the time. I have done just about everything in the book, Done a reinstall, data wipe and clean install, nadroid install, ect..... Same issue. Now when I go back to the 9.0.0, I have no issues at all. Is anyone else having these issues??????
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    I've actually been noticing the same thing now that I've had 9.8.0 on my phone for a few days. I rechecked all the settings and tried several different kernels. I'm going to try and do an adb wipe and then a clean reinstall and see if that fixes anything. If not, guess I'll just have to wait for v10 to come out.
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    need to get the app root explorer
    give it super user access always
    open the app go to system
    hit the mount as r/w at the top
    press and hold on build.prop scroll down select open in text editor
    press to bring up the keyboard
    scroll down to ro.telephony.call_ring.delay=1
    and change it to ro.telephony.call_ring.delay=1000
    hit the menu key select save and exit
    hit the mount as r/o button at the top
    reboot your phone

    sorry its a paid app if you dont want to pay then find a creative source to download it from O


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