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[Q] Security makes settings app crash.

OP Estgio

24th August 2014, 03:07 PM   |  #1  
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Hello.

I installed Cyanogen 10 MMB on my Samsung Gio and everythink works fine except one thing :

I can not set a unlock password because the "Security" part of "Settings" crash every time.

I tried to empty Settings data, reboot, wipe, nothing work..


(One more question, the best ROM for this Samsung Gio ? )
Last edited by Estgio; 24th August 2014 at 10:36 PM.
25th August 2014, 12:48 AM   |  #2  
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What CWM version did you use to install CM10?

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25th August 2014, 07:26 AM   |  #3  
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What CWM version did you use to install CM10?

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CWM_6.0.5.3_Gio with cm-10.0.5-MMB_JB-gio
26th August 2014, 01:01 AM   |  #4  
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CWM_6.0.5.3_Gio with cm-10.0.5-MMB_JB-gio

That should be all right.

This is a touchy subject because some agree, while others disagree, but before installing a new ROM I will wipe everything including system folder before installing ROM and then I will factory reset before reboot.

I run MMB CM7.2 and I've found if I don't factory reset after installation I hit little annoying bugs. It could be because you should always do it or my phone (I don't know).
I do know that developers used to say to factory reset before and after installation but now they say only before.

This is the only help I can offer on this subject as I don't run CM10.

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26th August 2014, 07:31 AM   |  #5  
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Originally Posted by Soled101

That should be all right.

This is a touchy subject because some agree, while others disagree, but before installing a new ROM I will wipe everything including system folder before installing ROM and then I will factory reset before reboot.

I run MMB CM7.2 and I've found if I don't factory reset after installation I hit little annoying bugs. It could be because you should always do it or my phone (I don't know).
I do know that developers used to say to factory reset before and after installation but now they say only before.

This is the only help I can offer on this subject as I don't run CM10.

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Thank you, it was very helpful
I will try to factory reset, again, and wipe dalvik cache before reinstall this ROM. Maybe you can tell me wich one you are using ? Can I install every ROM with this CWM ? I did not use a "ext4 file formater" before installing, do I have to ?
29th August 2014, 07:02 PM   |  #6  
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Can I install this : cm10.1_gio.maclaw.20130908

over this : cm-10.0.5-MMB_JB-gio

using this : CWM_6.0.5.3_Gio

?

Do I have to run a ext4 program before installing ? wich one ?
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