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By mathkid95, Recognized Developer on 24th November 2011, 08:11 PM
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7th July 2012, 06:37 AM |#5721  
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I'm getting green lines on the camera with pictures being half gray or fully gray. This has happened on two full wipes (factory, /system). With installs of CM9 RC1 and AOKP build 40.

Have you dropped your phone?
 
 
7th July 2012, 08:01 AM |#5722  
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my rom is from a stock rom OTA update though...and its been a clean install since, but idk why its been acting up after flashing v22.0
what kind of info is contained in /boot anyway? what will happen if i format it and will it possibly fix my problem?
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7th July 2012, 05:54 PM |#5723  
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Nope. don't have that here. Can you please check your voodoo color settings if you have it, and try setting to default values?

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Read the faq in the op sir

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I have tried changing the screen v1 gamma settings to 2.3.3 settings and rebooted. Camera works great now! Thank you for the suggestions. The above was tested on AOKP build 40. And no I have not dropped my phone.

This combination of matr1x v22 and AOKP build 40 might be the smoothest and quickest setup I've ran in awhile. Thanks for all your work mathkid95.
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7th July 2012, 09:03 PM |#5724  
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my rom is from a stock rom OTA update though...and its been a clean install since, but idk why its been acting up after flashing v22.0
what kind of info is contained in /boot anyway? what will happen if i format it and will it possibly fix my problem?

Dude, seriously, stop blaming the kernel! If it's possible to get the type of problem you're getting just by flashing a kernel, I'll be scared ****less every time I flash a new one, but I've been switching between v22 bfs and cfs and my phone is doing fine. obviously, you did something horribly wrong with your phone, may it be during wiping or something else, but it isn't the kernel's fault. I wish we could help you more, man, but at the moment, you're just stinking up the thread and not really helping anyone, least of all, yourself.

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7th July 2012, 09:55 PM |#5725  
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my rom is from a stock rom OTA update though...and its been a clean install since, but idk why its been acting up after flashing v22.0
what kind of info is contained in /boot anyway? what will happen if i format it and will it possibly fix my problem?

Don't format your boot!

If you look you can find a totally stock ROM to flash. (Format your system first.) Next, flash kernel, then reboot. Reapply root if needed.
7th July 2012, 10:43 PM |#5726  
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As long as he's trying to preserve his data he shouldn't wipe anything except caches. Just flash stockrom over and hope it boots again.

If this doesn't work, data is lost anyway and it's time for a full wipe in cwm:
- factory reset (formats data, cache & android.secure)
- format system
- format boot

Then flash rom.
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7th July 2012, 10:54 PM |#5727  
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As long as he's trying to preserve his data he shouldn't wipe anything except caches. Just flash stockrom over and hope it boots again.

If this doesn't work, data is lost anyway and it's time for a full wipe in cwm:
- factory reset (formats data, cache & android.secure)
- format system
- format boot

Then flash rom.

He won't lose data by formatting system, but will need to download updates for system apps, or flash a recent gapps. User data is held in a separate partition.
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7th July 2012, 10:57 PM |#5728  
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Yeah, it's stored in data.
Anyhoo, his sys is bonkers anyway, should've wiped a long time ago. And it never belonged I this thread. ^^
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8th July 2012, 02:17 AM |#5729  
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Don't format your boot!

If you look you can find a totally stock ROM to flash. (Format your system first.) Next, flash kernel, then reboot. Reapply root if needed.

Boot can be formatted as a thorough wipe if all else fails. Flashing a ROM over, will replace the /boot content, so formatting boot is not an issue after all else fails - last resort.
8th July 2012, 02:20 AM |#5730  
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Sorry, wrong post.
8th July 2012, 03:04 AM |#5731  
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is there a stock rom 4.0.4? i only see 4.0.3...
so okay, let me get this straight. first, format /system, re-flash stock rom, wipe both cache and dalvik, boot it up, then reroot if needed?
edit: would the stock rom happen to be this? https://developers.google.com/android/nexus/images#soju [2nd 'link']
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