[ROM] [4.0.4][IMM76I] Apex v1.1.2: Back with a Vengeance! (5/8/12)

Discussion in 'Galaxy Nexus ROMS' started by Fabolous, Jan 2, 2012.

  1. suzukimethod

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    which kernel did you flash? (@chewy) (and is the same one that's in the new 1.01 build?)

    i'll probably flash 1.01 first, then try a kernel....
     
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    Kernel

    So Chewy, if I'm gonna flash this rom I should also flash ths kernel?
     
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    No, the same rom will effect each phone differently. I suggest running the rom as packaged and if you find the same issues I did, or don't like the performance, then try flashing the suggested kernel.

    This rom is performing so smoothly and I'm extremely happy with it so far

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    Thanks so much....dancedroid
     
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    Just downloaded Boot manager so I've been able to give a few more ROMs a fair shake. I have to say, I'm really impressed with this one. Great work, Fabolous.
     
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    Changing roms

    I notice that from reading some of these threads people are talking about flipping from rom to rom. Was kinda curious, so you can actually change roms randomly and not have any problems? I'm new to this flashing stuff.....
     
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    Sure you can. Just wipe data/cache between each ROM install.

    Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using Tapatalk
     
  9. bigmotor

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    So when is it necessary to format? Thanks in advance....
     
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    I'm not sure I understand your question. Wiping data/cache is like a factory reset. If you want, you can always "format /system" during a new ROM install.
     
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    In clockwork recovery, there is the option to
    -wipe data
    -wipe cache
    (and in advanced options)
    -wipe dalvik cache

    it's generally insisted upon that you wipe data/cache (1&2) if you are changing roms (this means you will be restoring all apps, homescreens, etc)

    most devs say you can get away with just cache & dalvik (2&3) if you are updating a rom


    wiping data in CWR (above) isn't the same as a complete factory reset that restores the device to stock, and whatever is stored in the SD section of your device remains untouched. (i was a little unclear on this at first, since the g-nex doesnt have an accessible/removable SD card)
     
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    I think I understand, if just changing roms I would do 1,2,3.... Thanks again..
     
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    And always remember to have a nandroid backup before flashing anything

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    Thanks again my friend....
     
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    Love the ROM, but 2 issues

    Love the ROM... Fast & Clean, but i'm having 2 issues that I didn't know if anyone else was experiencing...

    1.)GPS- Taking forever to get a GPS lock. When I was stock ROM it was almost instant.

    2.) Data- I know Verizon has had some issues lately, but I wasn't sure if this was due to Verizon or software. I've been dropping data randomly and for several minutes at a time in places I usually have full service& data.

    Thanks Fab! Keep up the amazing work.. I can't wait to see where this awesome ROM goes over time.
     
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