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Discussion in 'Droid 4 ROMS' started by jsnweitzel, Jan 6, 2013.
Random shutdown last night whilst charging, another one a few minutes ago whilst is drawer.
I haven't had any yet. Also, Halo is supposed to be turned off by default on the next official build.
I had two more random shutdowns yesterday, including one whilst charging like the previous night. i have since replaced the sim card and the back bezel with the antenna and camera flash on it. I also fixed permissions in safe strap. Since then i have had no issues, not even whilst charging.
Maybe somebody here may help me out with this. I have done complete wipes and formats for my phone and reinstalled the ROM but yet every time Opera Mobile Classic will close after the splash screen. I haven't found a reason for this to happen, no left over files or anything. Any ideas?
2.8 was just released here -> Goo.im Downloads - Browsing maserati
Changelog -> LIQUIDSMOOTH v2.8 CHANGELOG - Pastebin.com
edit: this update broke my MMS again just like the last one. The only way I have been able to fix this issue is to delete data and cache. I think it's time to steer clear of liquid again. I'm going back to Eclipse. I just don't have any of these silly problems with Eclipse. I sure hope this ROM becomes more stable in the future. I'll give it some time and try back again. It's just not good enough to be a daily driver to me.
I've had random reboots for a while now but I just installed 2.8 and MMS works for me. It's only been a few minutes so I can't comment on the reboots but I'll update in a few days. The reboots almost always happen when I'm sliding my keyboard in/out and it has to rotate the screen orientation (I have auto-rotate turned off).
My MMS is also not working, and ringtones are back to breaking each reboot.
Check the CM10.1 thread for possible MMS fix.
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I already tried that to no avail.
Have you tried Go SMS? I could send MMS with anything except the stock messaging app.
Not that one, but i am using handcent.
When I had this issue, the only way I could resolve the problem was to delete data. I tried every fix I could find and nothing would bring MMS back up. And even so, when MMS did work again, after a few days it would just stop again. I would be able to send, but not able to receive. A message would display telling me to make sure the network is available. It didn't matter what application I used for MMS. The stock app would display that it was downloading the message, but it would never come.
Good luck with it.