[ROM] LiquidICS v1.5 [Unofficial port] - DroidX

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  1. xccell

    xccell New Member

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    SBF'ed back to stock Gingerbread and rerooted all is well!dancedroiddancedroiddancedroid
     
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    Couple questions?

    I have a couple questions:
    My MAC address for my WiFi changes for each boot. Not a huge problem but I have my home WiFi setup for MAC filtering so how can I force it or to have it stop changing?
    Google Music crashes when I try and run it, any idea?
    What is Open Recovery and where do I download the .zip file and how do I use Open Recovery? Thanks again for the great port!
     
  3. Lewst

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    You could install ROM Manager and flash ClockworkMod Recovery.
     
  4. xccell

    xccell New Member

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    I may run this rom in the future when all the bugs get ironed out. Netflix not working is not cool.

    Sent from Droid X Rubix Focus 0.4 powered.
     
  5. aliefjoker

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    The install is the best I've experienced yet. So far it does run smooth but here is what I don't like so far:
    Battery life the same as CM9.
    Screen doesn't turn off unless I press the power button.
    (Meaning for some reason I can't change the setting to turn itself off after a minute of inactivity)
    My back and search button light stay on no matter what.
    Something is blocking me from connecting to HW Virtual Port.
     
    #41 aliefjoker, Jul 29, 2012
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    Let the battery settle in for a few days to get a better judgement of it.

    Go to System settings/Display/Sleep and set the screen time out.

    As far as the lights, I have an Otterbox so mine are covered. Wouldn't know if they're on or not.

    Sent from my Black Iced X
     
  7. pmgreen12

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    Help.. I've tried to flash but the liquid ics fishbowl screen is the furthest I can get. It just hangs with the liquid moving no matter what I try to do.
    Please help!!!
     
  8. LiCuid

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    So, couple of things. absolutely love this rom. battery life isn't too shabby once some settings are tweaked. my current settings and levels. Display brightness all the way down. Sleep after 1 minutes. all widgets off, under advanced no 3g speed hack, no gpu acceleration. governor set to 800mhz max on boot.
    Using these settings and constantly using and viewing my phone i'm at 4.5 hours at 46% battery. Really not too bad.
    Also, Puffin Web browser does play flash videos using this rom! also, not sure what other people have found, but I'm with verizon and MMS works fine with this rom.
     
  9. LiCuid

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    Ok PMgreen. I had this problem at first too. I was flashing from Liberty and ended up bricking my phone. In reality what happened was that I tried to use Droid 2 bootstrapper to install the rom. this equaled the bricked bootloop you are getting. If you came from a froyo build , that is why you are bootlooping. you need a gingerbread build in order to flash this rom successfully. I had trouble booting into recovery because i forgot the instructions changed once they went to GB. What you need to do at this point is wipe data/factory reset :\ . From power off, Hold power and the home key to get to the screen with the android and exclamatory triangle. at this point simulatenously hit vol + and vol - to show the recovery mode where you can wipe data/factory reset. Of course before you should do any of this, you might want to fill me in on what you were running and how you got to that point. Thanks.
     
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    Thanks LiCuid, when I reboot and held the home key with exclamatory triangle but the up/dwn button didn't do anything.
    I was coming from 2.3, flashed to that from Froya. Appreciate your help
     
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    I'm really confused.. I pulled the batter, literally took it out, reboot to that exclamatory triangle screen and kept hitting buttons.. Eventually I was able to wipe all again. I rebooted, and let the screen same fishbowl screen just hang...ten min later the menu buttons turned on and low and behold it appears to work

    On second look, it looks like the phone constantly reboots. Turns on, boots up.. then reboots. UGH Any thoughts to make it work?
     
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  12. Lewst

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    I would recommend SBF back to stock image and try again. Boot looping is common after flashing and usually wiping user data and cache does the trick. In my opinion LiquidICS is still quite buggy. I've had much better luck with Vortex.
     
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