[ROM] [SELFKANG ICS AOSP ROM] CM9/ICS for Droid 4 -- [BETA 03/05/2012]

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  1. Gangrif

    Gangrif Member

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    In response to my own SIP/Internet Calling issues from earlier.

    I was able to resolve my issue by tweaking my config. Seems to be working just fine.
     
  2. moccor

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    Yeah, kinda sucks they didn't throw a 2Gb in when the Driod X came with a 16Gb lol. Maybe I'll just take that SD for use in my Droid 4. I assume when ICS does come out, we would have to wipe CM9 and flash our GB backup to accept the update?
     
  3. Gangrif

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    I'd say yes, but.... Why would you want to?
     
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    Because stock de-bloated has the best battery life. Or at least for the Droid X. The speed of the Droid 4 compared to the Droid X is amazing considering how much useless bloat (well useless to me and most of us) is in it. I have about 400MB RAM free constantly and everything is faster then my overclocked MIUI Droid X. Only downside is battery life and I'm sure this ROM and stock ICS/a update will fix that.
     
  5. Gangrif

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    Well, I had to revert back to stock. I didn't want to, but the 3g data bug was more frequent, and rebooting was no longer resolving it. I just went to safeboot and disabled safe and got my old system restored, brilliant system btw, I've never worked with safeboot before. Could you essentially dual boot this way? If I turn safe back on, do I get my cm9 install back?

    Anyway, eagerly looking forward to the next release of cm9 beta, if the 3g issues are sorted, ill happily go back to cm9, seemed like an excellent system other than the known bugs.

    Sent from my DROID4 using DroidForums
     
  6. RideZeLitenin

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    Man I wanna flash this so bad, but I'm waiting for a camera fix mainly (use my cam a lot) and waiting till these data connectivity problems get ironed out. Until then... shucks.
     
  7. Cegal

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    The regular camera works fine, just no landscape, video or the front camera. From what I've noticed, if you are in a decent signal area for the 4g then it should pick back up with no issues.

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    My camera works except the ffc. i have had no issues with data or signal but i do have strong signal. all in all everything works and i can wait for the little things get ironed out while i enjoy the taste of ICS.
     
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    OK I've downloaded this but for some reason I'm not seeing it on either storage device when I go looking for it can you help me out plz

    Sent from my DROID4
     
  10. supershot666

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    I just Flashed this last night. If I remember correctly I couldn't find the rom .zip when I put it on my external SD. Try putting a new folder on your internal SD named "rom" or "flashing" (doesn't really matter as long as you remember the name.) Then look for it in safe strap. If you still cant find it let me know and I will look further into it.

    The bugs i have seen so far are limited. I have run into the data issue. I found that when first installed "Data Roaming" and "National Data Roaming" were NOT turned on. So if you are data issues check those. Also after a handy call to *228 (Had to use actual key board to press 2 as touch keypad was not an option) my data was no longer really an issue.

    As previously mentioned the front camera does not work. Also i was using a flashlight app and the flashlight would turn on randomly (not sure if this is the CM9, the app, or a combination but it was a bug.) and not turn off when I clicked off. I will update this if I come across more bugs.
     
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  11. dhaynes

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    Well here's the other problem the only way I know how to even get to it is in the download area after i download it so idk how to move it, make a new folder for it, or anything I guess I'm just missing something I know all the steps to flash the phone but can figure out what seems should be simple lol

    Sent from my DROID4
     
  12. blaggah

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    Maybe I'm the only one, but I don't see a way to input a "~" when the keyboard is slid out. There is no ~ listed when I hit the SYM key.
     
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