I scrolled through but did not see anything about this. I'm on 242 and made a nanodroid backup on 232. What would happen if one was to restore the backup on 242?
Without having reread the entire thread I'm gonna ask a question that you've probably answered 50x already ( my apologies in advance). To move from .232 to .242 all I need to do is update my HOB.exe to the new HOB with .242 support ? Or is there more to it ?
As for the "instant power off when answering a call", like I said it was very random and only happened a few times. I don't think it was contacts/call logs, etc... as I had many many calls from the same contacts that worked fine. Also, I'm not saying 232 was the problem. It was probably just my install, sun spots, ghosts, but a re-install was on my list to try and fix it and rather than re-install 232, I figured I would take a chance on 242.
So what I ended up doing was pushing the update zip (.242) manually to my sd card then skipped step 1 and started the hob at step 2 and then proceeded down the list . Everything went fine until the last step of repairing the AP fastboot . It said the files weren't there . I tried it twice then exited the program . The phone seems fine I'm now running .242 and all previous data and settings are there. Do I need to go back in and complete the last step? If so where do I find the missing files. I've got a feeling that has something to do with manually pushing the update zip.