[ROM] Maverick Rom for the Droid 3 (MavROM) - V3.0

Discussion in 'Maverick ROM D3' started by pedwards3x, Feb 3, 2012.

  1. vbhokiefan

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    Not mine, but I found it back when I had my OG Droid. This is only for when you are on the same system (i.e. GB ROM to GB ROM) (DO NOT USE TiBu if going from ICS ROM to GB ROM or vice versa)

    Restoring with Titanium Backup:


    Part A - Restoring User Apps/data:

    A: Open Titanium Backup
    B: Press Menu > Batch
    C: Scroll down a little until you see the "RESTORE"
    D: Press the "RUN" button next to: "Restore missing apps with data" (DO NOT RESTORE SYSTEM DATA) *NOTE*Depending on the app, you may want to exclude it and restore it separately without data.
    E: All user apps will be selected by default, if you do not wish to include some apps in the restore, un-check them from the list.
    D: Press "Run the batch operation" at the top of the screen.
    F: Allow the process to complete, at which point you will back at the main screen.

    **PERSONALLY, THIS IS WHERE I STOP - vbhokiefan**

    Part B - Restoring Select System Data:

    *WARNING* This step is optional and can create some issues if done incorrectly. (Even if done correctly, it can sometimes cause issues.)

    A: From the main screen of Titanium Backup press the button labeled: Backup/Restore at the top of the screen.
    B: You will see a list of all the User Apps, System Apps, and System Data that are currently present on your phone. (The bottom of the list will have grayed out and striked items that are representative of data/apps that Titanium has backups of, but are not currently installed on the phone)
    C: You will see different colors: RED - System App or Data (You Never want to restore these items); WHITE - User App/Data (These are almost always fine to restore, since they are not system dependent); GREEN - System data that is relatively safe to restore. I cannot say whether all the "Green" items are safe,
    *WARNING* This step is optional and can create some issues if done incorrectly. (Even if done correctly, it can sometimes cause issues.)
    but the Items I restore after a wipe are:

    • [BOOKMARKS]Browser - This will restore your bookmarks in the web browser.
    • [CALENDAR]Calendar Storage - This will restore your calendar appointments if they aren't saved to your Google Calendar.
    • [USER DICT] - This will restore the user learned words stored in your keyboards.
    • [SMS/MMS/APN]Dialar Storage & [SMS/MMS PREFS]Messaging - These will restore your messaging settings and conversations.
    • Wi-Fi Access Points - This will restore your "memorized" Wi-Fi access points, including password and log in credentials.
    D: Feel free to play around with these and restore what "green" items you wish. But do so with caution and I recommend doing one at a time to ensure that you don't run into issues. Once you know what one's play nice, it will be a breeze to go through them in the future and restore the ones you want.
    E:Restore an item by short pressing it. It will pop up a menu, and you select "Restore".
    F: Reboot your phone!
    *REMEMBER* This step was optional and can create some issues if done incorrectly. (Even if done correctly, it can sometimes cause issues.)
     
  2. redsox985

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    Ok, of the ones I named, the 4 that start with "Contacts" are red as well as Car Home, but that's just the AOSP car dock that I use in lieu of the Blur one. It works just fine and is nicer IMO. All of the others I named are green. What listing in TiBi backs up contacts? The 4 I mentioned?
     
  3. vbhokiefan

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    TBH, I never backup/restore contacts. I let Google do that ;-)
     
  4. davros

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    of course it does ... remeber locked boot loader, not flashing kernels or radios.... unless you sbf you'll never loose the hack, or unless theres a radio update..


    BTW tibu is worthless only creates problems.. imo
     
  5. ovelayer

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    I would have to second that
     
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    Still rebooting...
     
  7. SocalDroid

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    Different Baseband than yours (OP)

    pedwards / buckmarble ,
    I came to MavROM 3.0 from stock 5.7.890 (rooted). After installing MavROM 3.0 and comparing my 'About Phone' screen to yours - I find that my baseband version and kernel version is not the same as the one you posted in OP. Although the system version is same (5.7.902.XT862)
    Here is a quick comparison :
    [TABLE="class: grid, align: left"]
    [TR]
    [TD]-[/TD]
    [TD]OP (Your Phone)[/TD]
    [TD]My Phone[/TD]
    [/TR]
    [TR]
    [TD]Baseband[/TD]
    [TD]N_03.18.2EP[/TD]
    [TD]N_03.18.29P[/TD]
    [/TR]
    [TR]
    [TD]Kernel[/TD]
    [TD]2.6.35.7-gcb61abaxrpk47@il93lnxdroid25#1[/TD]
    [TD]2.6.35.7-g790a33cw30471@il93lnxdroid42#1[/TD]
    [/TR]
    [/TABLE]

    Do I have an older radio than you? Is there a quick painless way to upgrade to latest baseband and kernel (assuming the battery is better on the baseband and kernel that you are on).

    Thanks!
    See attachment for my baseband and kernel info -
     

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  8. davros

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    have you done a *22899 lately?
     
  9. bogdan_wrc

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    i have the same info that you attached in the screen shot...and i am using MAV 3.0 ..so...
     
  10. SocalDroid

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    Yes I did it. Same Baseband and kernel after doing that.
     
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    Looks like the baseband and kernel update were part of 5.7.894 . Given my current situation, running MavROM 3.0 on safestrap safe mode (stock 5.7.890 rooted in unsafe mode) - Is there a way to install 5.7.894 within safe mode and upgrade the baseband and kernel ?

     
  12. Doubleyoupee

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    Yes if you install the OTA 5.7.894 you get new baseband etc.

    I've been using it everytime after restoring ROM and couldn't flash without it. No problems either
     
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