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AEONFLEX Q&A Troubleshooting

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10th February 2014, 12:04 AM   |  #1  
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You know what to do. If you have any questions or problems come here. Me or someone else will do our best to help you resolve any issues.


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@bigfau, any fix for camera issue ?

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D802?
Try "App Settings" module in Xposed. Change camera DPI to 479 or 481.

ĈONFLEX - 3.0.1







ĈONFLEX-3.0.3 Why Flash Anything Else.
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10th February 2014, 02:54 AM   |  #2  
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No problem and I wish I had better news for you. I don't think LGFlash is going to help. Again, I hope I'm wrong. I've seen too many of my friends go through it though. I would check to see if you can have it replaced.

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How do u back up your EFS files

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10th February 2014, 03:19 AM   |  #3  
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**This is "my" way of doing things on my D800. I cannot take any responsibility for your device getting effed up no matter who's directions you follow!"

So you think you've got issues with this ROM? Won't boot, flash or start-up. Well, maybe you haven't followed the proper flashing sequence or you have a bad download. Did you know that 99.999% of the issues people are having is user related? Well, maybe I don't know the exact percentage, but you get my drift.

Seriously though, before posting a question, make sure you have done all the personal troubleshooting possible. To help make this a little easier, I am posting the exact method I use for flashing this ROM and I haven't had a single issue.

Before flashing any ROM, you should always be sure to do a proper back-up of your EFS files. This could very well save you from a bricked G2 and save you from having headaches if you do something wrong during the flash, wipe, etc...

The method I use is to download FreeGee from HERE. Once you have downloaded and installed FreeGee, you will have an option for backing up your EFS files and also will provided the different versions of TWRP (TWRP is all I use). Once your EFS files are backed-up, immediately upload them to the "cloud". If you need a good cloud app, HERE is one.

Now that you have this done, you are ready to attempt installing a custom ROM. Here are the steps that I take:

1. Boot into recovery
2. Make a back-up of your current ROM
3. Go back to the recovery home screen
4. Hit the Wipe button
5. Hit the Advanced Wipe button
6. Check the boxes for Dalvik Cache, System, Data and Cache. DO NOT CHECK THE INTERNAL STORAGE BOX!!!
7. Once the wipe is complete, go back to the recovery home screen
8. Hit the Install box
9. Choose the ROM you want to install
10. Swipe to confirm the flash

Once the flash is done, it should say successful if all went correctly. From that screen hit Reboot System. You should see the sweet boot screen and then be brought to the setup screen.

If you have done all this and you are still having trouble, please re-download the ROM and follow the steps again. You may have gotten a bad download.

If after you have followed these steps twice and you still have a ROM specific question, post away.

If anyone has something to add to this, let me know and I will add it. I hope this helps at least one person. bigfau, if you want me to remove this, please let me know.

Other Notes:
~ If you are on the software version that ends with "o", you will likely have to LGFlash back to the "d" version. @AyDee Thank you!
~ The newer version of TWRP and Philz Recovery may cause issues with flashing. I am using TWRP v2.6.3.3 and have no issues with it.
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10th February 2014, 04:19 AM   |  #4  
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You could add that ATT users coming from the 'o' firmware need to roll back to 'd' and that a lot of users are having issues with the newest TWRP and Philz.
Not rom-specific but worth mentioning.
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You could add that ATT users coming from the 'o' firmware need to roll back to 'd' and that a lot of users are having issues with the newest TWRP and Philz.
Not rom-specific but worth mentioning.

This. Yes.
Had so much trouble flashing earlier, after hours I realized I was on "o" and not "d" because it was shipped to me from AT&T today. Had to flash to "d" build using lgflashtools to get it working (even rooting and TWRP was a b****).

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Which YouTube apk was included with this ROM? It auto updated the app again, so I had to uninstall YouTube. :/

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12th February 2014, 12:35 PM   |  #6  
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This. Yes.
Had so much trouble flashing earlier, after hours I realized I was on "o" and not "d" because it was shipped to me from AT&T today. Had to flash to "d" build using lgflashtools to get it working (even rooting and TWRP was a b****).

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Which YouTube apk was included with this ROM? It auto updated the app again, so I had to uninstall YouTube. :/

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This is the modded version of YouTube with download feature that was packaged with the rom.
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2213945
10th February 2014, 08:33 AM   |  #7  
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How do u back up your EFS files

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See #3 , You can use Freegee app from playstore .
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This may well be a problem specific to me, however, i hace noticed that after flashing a different rom after using aeonflex for a long time, the jpg files in the aeonflex wallpapers folder became 'corrupt'. They seemed fine, however could not be deleted. Corruptvimages are one of tje leading causes of the (quickly becoming) infamous mediaserver battery drain, chewing up 30-60 percent of battery life! To solve the issue, i deleted the files through the gallery app, not a file manager, and reboooted.

Apart from this, awesome rom! I was getting benchmarks on antutu of 39000!

Thanks!
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12th February 2014, 02:35 AM   |  #9  
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This may well be a problem specific to me, however, i hace noticed that after flashing a different rom after using aeonflex for a long time, the jpg files in the aeonflex wallpapers folder became 'corrupt'. They seemed fine, however could not be deleted. Corruptvimages are one of tje leading causes of the (quickly becoming) infamous mediaserver battery drain, chewing up 30-60 percent of battery life! To solve the issue, i deleted the files through the gallery app, not a file manager, and reboooted.

Apart from this, awesome rom! I was getting benchmarks on antutu of 39000!

Thanks!

Go HERE and install this app. Problem will be solved.

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i have the same problem with 403 error

Still hung up on this? I believe it was a Google problem.
12th February 2014, 02:38 AM   |  #10  
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Hi. I'm having problems with YouTube. An error ocurr is the only thing I see
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