Pardon the request, I've not seen another issue posted of this sort.
Upgraded to 2.0.0 with data wipe and every-app-reinstall from Sapphire 1.1..- whatever the latest was prior.
Connected my phone via USB, pop the "Turn on USB storage" menu, hit that button, and am presented with:
If you turn on USB storage, some applications you are using will stop and may be unavailable until you turn off ...
USB operation failed
[ Format SD card] [ Cancel ]
Of course, I'm not going to hit Format as my SD card is chock full of backups, photos, videos, etc. With Sapphire 1.1.0 I had no issues with USB mode whatsoever. I understand that apps installed to SD may be affected by mounting the SD card via USB, but the only given option being "format"..???? Something seems very wrong.
In other bug news, when I had headphones plugged in and was using an app that streams audio (99.9 KISW radio station app), using the volume up/down displayed "Bluetooth device volume:" with a slider on that. The plugged-in headset was obviously not a bluetooth connection/device so there seems a definite bug there.
Cheers and thanks for all your work!
Flashed Sapphire 2.0 a couple of days ago via rom manager.
However, my previously installed apps still have not automatically been reinstalled again.
Perhaps I used my "other" google account, but anything I bought in the last 6 months or installed is under the one with google checkout capabilties.
Is this a result of the "market" bug that I need to try Army2's file?
Having trouble installing Sapphire on my Droid. Tried it first by going through Rom Manager. That installed, but at startup, phone process continually forced closed, so I couldn't get beyond that. Then I tried downloading the update.zip, gapps update.zip, and the 7 slot standard voltage 1000mhz kernel from the wiki site. I have tried wiping data and cache several times, installing just the update.zip, the update.zip with the gapps update.zip, and each time, it will not boot. Not even the Motorola logo. Luckily I made a backup, and had to revert back to that.
Personally, the only time I had my phone completely fubared was using the "recommended" manual method with sprecovery. Fortunately I had made a backup, so was able to restore then do it through Rom Manager.
Since VZ doesn't throttle data thru the OS, but thru OTA of their switches, this would have no effect on our Droids, so I've seen. Unlimited is unlimited on VZ ...
Anyways, that was what I picked up researching this.