Jelly Bean 4.1.1

Discussion in 'Galaxy Nexus ROMS' started by lumpysherman, Jul 11, 2012.

  1. xxacexx2

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    Alright thanks! I just downloaded Jelly Belly, but before I flash, do you know if it is compatible with the Verizon model? I don't know if thats something i should even worry about
     
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    I've flash Jelly Belly this morning and my phone went bat crap crazy. Couldn't even boot up the phone after I flashed the ROM. Got stuck in recovery.
    The only JB ROM I've used and had no trouble with is Xenon HD 7-15-2012 build. Scratch that, had a little trouble, don't use Glados kernel with it.
     
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    I was just going to try BB. Maybe I'll wait for the next round of JB ROM's.
     
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    Did any one of you tried to change the bootanimation in BBJelly? Having a hard time changing it.... I've tried the "system>media" and the "install from zip" method to no avail.. Any advice?
     
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    I changed mine to the ICS animation using ROM Toolbox pro. Many choice to choose from and other does the dirty work for you. Still doesn't speed up the slow boot.

    Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using Tapatalk 2
     
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    The slow boot is a weird one that I don't know if it has been 100% verified as to what is happening.

    What at least part of the problem is, is that e2fsck (file system check) is run on boot. If there is an error or the device wasn't shut down properly then there potentially could be long boot times.

    There are many folks who have faith in TWRP over Clockworkmod (and vice-versa) and/or believe the JB bootloader is a savior. Some say using the superwipe script helps when flashing a ROM. Some when they reboot, reboot into TWRP, then reboot the system from there, and say that works.

    There may be more to it, perhaps even a more definite explanation of the problem and solution out there.
     
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    I had the same problem. It has nothing to do with Rom. I believe it's a hardware failure. I downloaded an app from play store
    Wired headset routing fix. Try it and see if it solves your problem.
     
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