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    well, when you get a chance.. post your results.. I'm on Gummy 1.2
    and their is a Gummy 1.2.3 and i think also, 1.2.5
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    i cant find gummy 1.23 or 1.25
    can some1 post link
    thanx in advance
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    Quote Originally Posted by bhp117 View Post
    i cant find gummy 1.23 or 1.25
    can some1 post link
    thanx in advance
    i found this on the form.. do a search and this is what came up for Gummy
    Goo.im Downloads - Browsing targa

    this can also be found at rootzwiki, Team gummy
    look for Beta Builds somewhere at the bottom and you will get 1.2 link
    also install goomanger from market, so you can get the update.
    click on Targa link only
    hope this helps you because i do not know if i can link another site.
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    Got .905 to load, no luck with Axiom or Gummy. Could not get a consistent 4g signal, let alone 3g. So, back to Eclipse for me. Where are you finding the latest version of Gummy?
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    Quote Originally Posted by t1.8matt View Post
    Got .905 to load, no luck with Axiom or Gummy. Could not get a consistent 4g signal, let alone 3g. So, back to Eclipse for me. Where are you finding the latest version of Gummy?
    the page: TeamGummy - RootzWiki

    http://goo.im/devs/TeamGummy/Roms/Targa

    i am not having any problems... few times it went out..but it came right back
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    hey, what version are you using? i know that some Gummy May 27-31 nightly, i was having problems
    with the Bionic not booting up properly.. version 1.2 is the one i am using right now. haven't switch
    over to 1.2.3 yet..
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    One thing I noticed though, even though I'm on .905 on the unsafe side, eclipse on my safe side still says I'm on .902. So which system am I actually on?
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    Quote Originally Posted by t1.8matt View Post
    One thing I noticed though, even though I'm on .905 on the unsafe side, eclipse on my safe side still says I'm on .902. So which system am I actually on?
    eclipse is Gingerbread rom so it should show you the same spec as your stock rom. i think. just a guess.
    stock 902.. if you flash to 905.. it should show up as 905.. switch to reg stock if you had not done so already
    to check if you are on 905 instead of 902.. you might have reflash stock 902 with 902?
    i have a lot of 902 files and i almost reflash with it. so check stock and that will tell you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by t1.8matt
    One thing I noticed though, even though I'm on .905 on the unsafe side, eclipse on my safe side still says I'm on .902. So which system am I actually on?
    Eclipse is built on. 902 so it will show that as your system version while running eclipse.
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    Quote Originally Posted by deduct View Post
    Eclipse is built on. 902 so it will show that as your system version while running eclipse.
    so does that mean you are running 905 in Eclipse. even thou, it is showing 902... you are in fact running 905?
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