[SELFKANG ICS AOSP ROM] CM9/ICS for Droid 3

Discussion in 'Hashcode D3' started by ItsTrentB, Nov 29, 2011.

  1. Big D

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    Sorry. I was just wondering what the big issues were that were still being worked out. Like Bluetooth, camera and anything else that would prevent it from being a daily use ROM.

    I'm just being lazy.

    Thanks, Guys
     
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    I use this rom daily I love the speed of it I was skeptical of battery life at first but it worked out to be ok...camera works great I'm sure there is still some things that they are working on...I have no idea about bluetooth but the only issues that I have had is sometimes when I'm in a call I can't hear anything on the other end. I hear it ring but nothing else once they pick up.

    Biggest thing for me is speed and battery life, I like a snappy response and this rom does just that

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    My fiancee was having issues with making calls the last couple days, she couldn't hear or be heard. I walked her through, via text, restoring to a backup I had made prior to that update and it seems to have fixed it. I'm not entirely sure which version she was on and which version she had to restore to, both were nightlies though.

    When I see her again I can check, but curious if anyone has seen similar issues? I know whatever nightly she *was* running that was having the issue, was definitely within the past week.

    As you can expect, like most women, she was pretty ticked and frustrated and would prefer it to just work, heh.
     
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    I have been running the 3-25 build and I must say for me, it has been perfect. So, I tried flashing the new nightlies. I am running the 3-31 build and the only thing I notice right now is the "3g" and the signal meter are not turning blue. They are staying gray and the internet is slowww.

    I installed right over the 3-25 without wiping (saw on another forum it was suggested that way).
    Supposed to be that way? Thoughts?

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    Yes you need to wipe because it is all new framework changed from 4.0.3 to 4.0.4

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  6. nu2droid

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    Ahhhh. Will try that. Thanks

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    That worked, thanks (I should have known better).
    Have another question, not so much this rom specific but more of ics.
    Is there a way to make the default storage location the ext sdcard. I.e. when you take a pic, right now it saves to the internal memory. Is there a way to send them to the ext card as it was on most gb roms.

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    Not that I know of I asked Hashcode about the default storage thing and he told me its optional by default. ICS doesn't like to depend on devices which may or may not be present. Sorry dude wish there was a way but right now we have to wait on hash to get it all worked out.

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  9. nu2droid

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    Not a problem. Basically I was making sure I didn't miss a setting..lol

    Loving the rom, many thanks to hash and all that are working on it...

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    Bluetooth working for me, running 3-31 build.

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    Make sure bluetooth is not on while making a phone call if you don't have a bluetooth headset connected. If it is on, you won't hear anything nor will anyone on the other end. Something about the bluetooth will cut off the audio during a call unless you're using a headset. Hope this helps! :)

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    Sorry for this but I was wondering if there was an idiot's instruction manual for installing this. If someone could point me in the right direction, I'd appreciate it.

    I get lost early in the process when I go into the menu of safestrap and it goes to black screen until I do a battery pull.

    Sorry again and thanks for your patience.
     
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