Did you use the latest version of the gapps? Not sure if this has to do with anything.
If I were you, I'd try Team EOS's Jelly Bean rom. I'm running it now and in my opinion it's far more stable and smooth than Jell Belly. You can find it here.
Thanks for the link. I've been wanting to try something new anyway. Going to flash now. Give details laterOriginally Posted by sbenson
Quick question, is this for Verizon as well or just GSM? I don't see anything about Toro...
Last edited by SwagTech; 07-17-2012 at 10:14 AM.
I have been running Jelly Belly since it came out with little to no problems. Currently running v3.6 and I can do the entire process in about 10 minutes. Of course the first time you flash JB coming from another rom, it will take longer because you NEED to backup everything to your PC and factory reset/wipe the phone.
Once you're on the rom just flash superwipe each time you upgrade
[TOOL]:: DARKSIDE.SUPER.WIPE / DARKSIDE.CACHE.WIPE :: [Updated!][6.16.2012] - xda-developers
These are my steps
The few random issues have been certain apps not coming back all the way after I flash the rom. I just restore them from Tibu after the reboot and all is well.
- download latest JB build and recommended Google apps to computer
- Connect phone to pc via usb and place the 2 downloaded files into the root of your sd card
- Flash into recovery ( I am using CWM Touch)
- Flash superwipe (if you dont have it put it on your phone the same way you put the rom in there)
- Flash Jelly Belly
- Flash gapps
Samsung Galaxy Nexus - Shiny , Lean Kernel, Nova Launcher Prime, CWM Touch
Samsung Galaxy TAB 7.0 Plus, Nexus 7
Why do have to connect phone to PC when flashing? I download the ROM, then enter recovery to wipe then install from zip. What is the advantage of doing it the other way? And how do you fix permissions?