I was having that issue with all the GB roms. I reported on this early in a couple of the Liquid and PE threads saying that a CorCor kernel fixed the problems for me. Others also tried it and reported it successful. It may be something you can try too.
not sure what this was in response to, but what's "corcor"?
Oops, forgot to proof read. CorCor kernel is what I meant. PE recommended the CorCor kernels as an alternative for his rom. They can be found here --> Elite Series Kernels V3! , although there seems to be no downloads at the moment. After I flashed his kernel, I didn't have anymore issues answering phone calls.
Also try a slower kernel. Chevy's 900, with the 400 slot set as lowest speed has eliminated all those issues for my d1
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I'm having a problem where some one calls me and I answer my phone call, but I can't hear them and they can't hear me...It's weird because it doesn't happen every time but I was called about a job interview yesterday and I feel I made a bad impression because I had to hang up on them and call them back >_>
is it just me or is LGB 3.0 a slow rom on the OG, i mean dont get me wrong its rock solid in all areas except speedwise, apps open and close slow, slow transitions, its just slow... ;-(
Smooth & crisp here..
Stock kernel at 900 on demand
posted tomorrow using the space time continuum app on my D1...
I had a similar issue this evening, but instead of freezing my phone it crashed to the homescreen and left the dialer app running. I was unable to end the call or receive texts.
Originally Posted by JayBee1287
I had placed the call to my brother, he answered while the dialer was doing its own thing. After I reset my phone 3 texts came through from him and I called again, he said when he answered the first time all he heard were data tones, similar to a fax machine.
Liquid has created Skynet and its chosen language is that of annoying office equipment.
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I have wiped battery stats before and even recently but I think its funny when you can let it get down to 70 or 80 % and you can plug in your phone and reboot and it says 100% (not always but sometimes) Id like to know how this happens
What do you have the processor speed set to? I am running.900mhz on demand and it is awesome.
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