[ROM] [ROM][AOSP][4.0.3][CDMA] Gummy 0.9.0 - 03/24/12 - The Remodel!

Discussion in 'Galaxy Nexus ROMS' started by kejar31, Dec 20, 2011.

  1. 6-Speed

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    Yep, that's the default kernal. I believe 1.73 is what is included.

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    Just flashed my first kernal..thanks for giving me that little push to flash a kernal..and now I'm on imoseyon 1.7.4.. let's see if the governor changes back to ondemand on its own after I set it to interactivex

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    Well I flashed the kernal and the governor is still changing back to its default setting on its own..if anybody has a solution to this please let me know..once again thanks in advance..

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    I messed up my first flash and gapps weren't installed correctly, I did notice a few things that the home button wasn't working and the face unlock, these have probably been covered any help would be great thanks!

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    Does it go back by itself when you reboot the phone? ..or just automatically by itself during normal everyday use? ..if it switches by itself during a reboot..then select the "start on boot" option..also what about superuser access..did you allow that?
     
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    I also flashed the Gummynex 0.7.0 version and after I rebooted, I lost my home screen settings as well. I figured I did something wrong myself and I could have. Everything seems to be working well. I wiped the diluac and flashed the gapps when I flashed the rom. The apps on my screens had not been missing in previous versions.

    I was just looking at the Change Log ROM: 0.7.0 and noticed the following note: "Allow long press on Home button to populate recent apps & replace recent apps icon with search." Does this mean to use this feature in case your apps were changed by mistake at a later point after flashing? This is not to be used to install apps after flashing? WolfpackRon.
     
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    Every time you flash a from on the nexus do you lose pictures music and various files, also what about your backups if you saved one through rom manager? I've only had phone a few days and I'm rooted just confused on this internal SD card

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    @wolfpack,

    I don't think that's what it means. It's basically a change back to froyo/gingerbread when your recent apps were accessed by long pressing Home. Since adding that feature would make the recent apps button redundant, it gives you the chance to remap it to search. Hope that helps!
     
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    #1 hook 'em...now, the answer is no, you don't lose anything on the sdcard, so pics and music and stuff (rom manager backups) are all safe...
     
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    The only way you would lose that info is if you did a factory reset. If you wipe data and cache in cwr, then you won't lose anything.

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    OK thanks and yes sir hook em!!! One more question then if that's the case why when you originally unlock and root why does it erase everything

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    O OK gotcha I guess that just answered my question and when I first unlocked

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