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Discussion in 'Droid Bionic Roms' started by syaoran12, Nov 27, 2011.
is this still .886 based? or .893
It's .886 based.
Thanks for the ROM. Runs great!
Sent from my DROID BIONIC
How long does it usually take google to download your apps taking a long time donty remember it taking this long before wonder if my phone aint screwed up.
Depends on how many you have and what type they are.
I've never trusted the "Restore your device" thing anyways. It's never worked 100% for me when restoring apps.
everything worked ok just thought it was taking.to.long maybe I was to anxious lol. Liking the rom so far I came from TH3ORY I was really liking the rom but last couple days got big lag don't think it was the rom maybe just had to much crap loaded on gonna take it easy here and see what happens
i did everything and now im just getting the liberty rom logo with the eagle going in circles on startup over and over. its been doing this for a couple of minutes now...
edit- should this be taking a while with the eagle logo circling or is something wrong? i want to try restarting it, but im afraid it might still be installing or something
If its still going at it with the bootlooping thing. Chances are something is wrong. The initial boots always take a long time but usually rectify within 10 minutes.
If its still bootlooping, perform a battery pull, boot into stock android recovery and format data/wipe cache. If you haven't already done this, that's most likely the problem.
ah, i did the wipes, but then had to reboot because i didnt have the liberty zip in the right place, so when i re-entered the bootstrap menu i should have wiped again? ill try that now.
volume down+power brings up recovery menu right?
Nope that brings up fast boot.
What your looking for is hold down both volume buttons and then press power. select recovery. Once the little android guy pops up with the triangle press both volume buttons again to access recovery. Volume down to navigate and volume up to select
ah. you rock. so im doing the wipe data/factory reset now and i guess wipe cache partition again too?
yessssss got it
man, that was scary. thought i really screwed up my brand new phone there
Just as a side note: When the dev suggests doing a wipe, its usually a good idea to go ahead and do so. Personally, I wipe every time (even if it's not suggested) and I haven't had an issue since I started doing so.
Get intimate with programs like Titanium Backup, SMS Backup and Restore, and ROM Toolbox. They are indispensable when restoring your newly flashed phone. I can usually go from a fresh and clean install to having the phone set up exactly like I had it in about 15 minutes.