GB Liberty v0.5 Issue

Discussion in 'Liberty ROM DX' started by jacobfrazier, May 7, 2011.

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    Hey dont know if you guys have found out yet but my phone calls, 3G, and network was not working at all after the first 28 hours of using .5 . it happened after I cleared the cache on gmail app and tried installing blacked out gmail...which didnt work. If anyone could let me know how to prevent this please do I restored back to .4 for the time being :D
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    I would. .591 has some issues.

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    Just to be sure, did you flash the kernel update for .5 as well? Without that you'll lose some network services, not sure if that might be case here.
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    Weird. Im on 0.5 with none of those issues. I sbf'd, installed the full .1 install, booted and then installed 0.5 with the kernel. Good luck.

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    I fixed my problem. I just reflashed v0.5 right on top without wiping data. Booted it up and my voice and data are back. Have you tried that?