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    Excellent. I'm glad you like it. Enjoy!
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    I was on 223 when it came out and I no sooner got it downloaded and installed and another version was out, and then another, and then another. I decided to stay on 223 until the leaks had about stopped and then catch up. 223 was just about perfect for me; my Bionic worked the best it had ever had. So I was reluctant to "upgrade" to a later version of ICS. I finally bit the bullet and flashed 232, although the initial method I tried to use (902 don't loose data, etc.) didn't work for me. I had to factory reset, install 902, manually upgrade to 905, flash 232, reinstall all my apps, restore data from TB. It ended up being a huge ordeal and took an entire Saturday. I can't pinpoint exactly what's different about 232, (response time seems longer?), but I do know that after using 232 for about a week now I was MUCH happier with 223 overall. I haven't been disappointed in an "upgrade" until now. It's not bad, it's just not as good as 223, at least not on my phone. I'm not going to go back to 223 because of all that was involved in getting to 232 and having my phone all set up again, etc. It doesn't seem worth all that time and effort when the phone is working well, just not as speedy and responsive as I found it with 223. Especially if the official ICS is about to be pushed out sometime this month = ? I can wait a few weeks (or more).

    ~my 2 cents
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    The .232 ROM is probably the best ROM out there!

    Well, Team HATERS are doing a pretty good job as well

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    Just went from 2233 to 2 3 2 and it fixed my slow GPS issue and runs much faster i would do it
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    Quote Originally Posted by 92ehatch
    Just went from 2233 to 2 3 2 and it fixed my slow GPS issue and runs much faster i would do it
    Ditto
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    .232 runs pretty great.

    That said, I've screwed with mine so much its time to return to stock again/fresh and update back to it, but not going to bother til official comes out now.

    -I haz Bionic
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    Wiped cache and dalvik and my phone is back to snappy. I read that there was a lot of debugging code left in this one (.232) so I imagine that could have bogged me down over time... Of course there is still me flashing Google Now, uninstalling a little bit of this and that, etc that probably has an effect too. I didn't really think I'd be on this version for this long.

    (Just wanted to clarify)

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    AP Fastboot Flash Mode (Flash Failure)

    I was running stock 905 & finally decided to install 232 in attempts to solve the 4G data connectivity issues.

    The default power-on sequence for my phone is now to go to a "AP Fastboot Flash Mode (Flash Failure)" screen.
    If I boot the phone with volume up & down at the same time, I can do a normal startup & get into ICS just fine.

    How do I fix the default boot options of my phone now?

    Thanks!

    Michael
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    Read my faq. Link in my sig.

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