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Discussion in 'UltimateDroid' started by RafficaX, Feb 14, 2011.
so far the smoothest GB i've tried. Good job guys
My bad, user error on the orientation problem
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When you guys are restoring with tibu, are you restoring contacts? Or are you just letting google do it. I think I read something about that somewhere else.
Sent from my Droid running whatever ROM and Kernel I chose to use today...
I'm running the 1100 mhz one right now. no issues with overheating as of yet and it's very fast.
Cool! Is Setcpu playing nice & complying with profiles? Is the bottom end on those kernels 250 or 125?
OK, I tried installing this three different times/three different ways all with the same end result. Things will appear to be OK for a while. Then I get a "Talk failed to authenticate" message and then market stops working. The market will open say loading and then just close. Tried clearing cache, etc on both with no luck. Even tried installing another market apk to no avail. Had to abort and restore a backup
^ Are you restoring via TB?
All is working well with me so far. Very fast and smooth.
This version is a bit leaner than prior versions which I guess is a good thing.
A lot of the extra goodies, which were in prior versions, are now gone from UD Settings.
Will continue to test.
I did a clean wipe (format, cache, partition, boot, system, etc) and used TIBU to only retore apps + data (no system settings) which makes a world of difference.
Small issue: no percentage on battery clock.
About to give up on all gb roms....cyanogen last night, ultimate today and liquid a couple weeks ago.....none will send/reply on email. Everything is checked and synced and rebooted. cyan started working eventually, but then text wouldn't notify. Any ideas?
for everyone wanting to restore via titanium use this method by GLD
might fix your issue to yank
I had the same email issue (using Gmail). I couldn't send any emails/replies. What I did to fix it was go to settings > applications > manage applications > all and from there I went to Gmail and cleared data and cache. Once I did that, sending emails was no longer an issue.
cool will try it