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[ROM][AOSP][4.0.4] CM9 Kang *Updated 6/27 8:50pm*

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5th January 2012, 01:57 PM |#361  
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Its installed. Secure element error, got an apk that works?

If you have a nandroid from when it was working, restore to that. If you don't, it sounds like your Secure Element has locked you out. I hate to be the one to tell you... without a nandroid backup, you will probably need a new phone to use Wallet.

 
 
5th January 2012, 02:08 PM |#362  
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Winner, loved your droid 1 roms. How close are you to another build? I only ask because I don't want to install the 01/03 build only to find out there is a new one this afternoon.
5th January 2012, 02:09 PM |#363  
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If you have a nandroid from when it was working, restore to that. If you don't, it sounds like your Secure Element has locked you out. I hate to be the one to tell you... without a nandroid backup, you will probably need a new phone to use Wallet.

And why won't a wipe fix that


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5th January 2012, 02:09 PM |#364  
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Winner, loved your droid 1 roms. How close are you to another build? I only ask because I don't want to install the 01/03 build only to find out there is a new one this afternoon.

Takes about 3 minutes to update. Never ask for eta's

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5th January 2012, 02:42 PM |#365  
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Loving this ROM. One thing I really noticed is that text correction is available in the browser, which was not working on my stock 4.0.2
5th January 2012, 02:50 PM |#366  
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Running this ROM with Nova Launcher instead of Trebuchet and it rocks. Nova is light years ahead. Was kinda hopin that CM9 would add AVRCP 1.3 support but alas my car stereo is still without song names. Hopefully soon!

So far everything seems to be working for me.

Thanks for compiling this, much appreciated!

I've been wondering about this. Out of the box, my Droid X sent song metadata to my car stereo over bluetooth.

How did we lose this ICS?
5th January 2012, 03:15 PM |#367  
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Fantastic ROM. Just one thing I don't like: the buttons move and squish together when the menu is present. Moving buttons isn't a great idea. Any option the change it?

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I agree. Finger placement is habit and a hard one. Although I am on the fence with it because I've done both sides. RootzBoat has it where the buttons are static placed. The Menu and Search buttons can be shown or hidden on the fly via settings. However they don't move around, thus when only 3 are visible, they are still smushed together in the middle with lots of extra space on the sides. It looked horrible unless you use all 5.

So I like where CM is going with this, except they need to make the menu key permanent if opted to be displayed in the navigation bar. Having it pop up "when needed" and moving the buttons won't work.

It either needs to be there all the time or not at all. Then auto-adjusting buttons would be perfect.

Here's what I'd like in a 3 button layout:
Back/Close (Hold)
Task/Home (Hold)
Menu/Search (Hold)

I wish they could combine the Menu and Search buttons. I don't really need a dedicated key for Search when I only use it for Google Voice Search on the homescreen.
5th January 2012, 03:16 PM |#368  
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I agree. Finger placement is habit and a hard one. Although I am on the fence with it because I've done both sides. RootzBoat has it where the buttons are static placed. The Menu and Search buttons can be shown or hidden on the fly via settings. However they don't move around, thus when only 3 are visible, they are still smushed together in the middle with lots of extra space on the sides. It looked horrible unless you use all 5.

So I like where CM is going with this, except they need to make the menu key permanent if opted to be displayed in the navigation bar. Having it pop up "when needed" and moving the buttons won't work.

It either needs to be there all the time or not at all. Then auto-adjusting buttons would be perfect.

Here's what I'd like in a 3 button layout:
Back/Close (Hold)
Task/Home (Hold)
Menu/Search (Hold)

I wish they could combine the Menu and Search buttons. I don't really need a dedicated key for Search when I only use it for Google Voice Search on the homescreen.

Then how often would people complain about having a useless menu button there when its not needed. Only having it when needed is perfect

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5th January 2012, 04:03 PM |#369  
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Winner, loved your droid 1 roms. How close are you to another build? I only ask because I don't want to install the 01/03 build only to find out there is a new one this afternoon.

Expect one tonight unless something comes up.

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Anyone notice a problem with Exchange not giving notification sounds?
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Loving the rom thus far. Have 1 issue and 1 question.

Issue 1: Getting a very weird audio "artifact" / noise when using maps navigation. Every 25 seconds or so, the phone is making a weird garbled/static sound. Only fix is a reboot.

Question 1: Is there a way for Trebuchet to reclaim the screen space left when disabling the persistent search bar like Nova does? I love the speed and smoothness of Trebuchet, but Nova gives you a whole extra row on top. Nova and CM9 don't appear to play nice (too many FCs) so I can't go back to it.

Thanks all!

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I had it working until I changed roms

Same here, then I flashed CM9 and got the secure element error. Here's how I finally got it fixed after 3 CWM wipes and reflashes:

1) Ran Super Wipe script (available from Mike's android revolution page at http://goo.gl/4S7Hz)

2) Wiped everything using CWM just for ****s & giggles

3) Flashed CM9

4) Flashed Gapps

5) Flashed the wallet APK from here: http://goo.gl/GzRs7

6) Reboot & set up

All I can say is that don't do an initial reboot until you flash everything in one session of CWM. If I rebooted in between and restored market apps, etc. I got the secure element error. For some reason the trick for me was to flash everything at once. Also, there is a post somewhere saying that the trick is to add funds to your Google prepaid account, but I don't think that does anything. I haven't added funds, and already made my second purchase using the $10 Google gives you...

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Anyone notice a problem with Exchange not giving notification sounds?

No, working fine here. You do have to set the notification settings within the mail app though. I highly recommend Light Flow (http://goo.gl/TdN9w) for notifications. Haven't set it up with CM9, but it works like a chard on other roms and much better than stock LED notifications. Take a while to set up, but once you do, its well worth it.

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