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[ROM][03/24/2012] GSB v4.5 - Final | CM7.2 | It's been a great ride...

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I know I've said it before but thank you. 4.1 has been amazing, fast, stable, and nice battery life.

Thank you for your hard work!

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Work,

I know I've said it before but thank you. 4.1 has been amazing, fast, stable, and nice battery life.

Thank you for your hard work!

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Really? lol, well thank you. You must have one of the perfect eris' like me if my rom is working that well for you? lol
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Really? lol, well thank you. You must have one of the perfect eris' like me if my rom is working that well for you? lol
Mine must be perfect too because your ROM runs awesome on my phone. I have been using CCM7 though because I've needed maps

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Really? lol, well thank you. You must have one of the perfect eris' like me if my rom is working that well for you? lol
I have GSBv4.1 on mine and my wife's Erii with no issues. I think a lot of the issues ppl have are due to the flashing process or from trying to run too many scripts/mods that don't play nice together.
 
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I have GSBv4.1 on mine and my wife's Erii with no issues. I think a lot of the issues ppl have are due to the flashing process or from trying to run too many scripts/mods that don't play nice together.
I dunno but I've tried lots of stuff to get maps to work and it just won't. I had no problems with 3.9 and I couldn't download maps from the market on 4.1 so I couldn't test it.

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Default New Android Market 3.3.11

Just FYI I've installed and used the new Android Market http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1329014 successfully using the Root Explorer method. I tried flashing the flashable zip version but both ClockworkMod and Amon RA recovery resulted in an error when trying to flash it.

Of note, the Android Market FINALLY has a setting to auto-update over WIFI only. Although I welcome this change, in the end I decided I'd rather see what apps are updating manually so that I can check out their changelog before I choose to update.

Make a backup in recovery before you screw with Root Explorer!
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I installed it normally and everything is working

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Just FYI I've installed and used the new Android Market http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1329014 successfully using the Root Explorer method. I tried flashing the flashable zip version but both ClockworkMod and Amon RA recovery resulted in an error when trying to flash it.

Of note, the Android Market FINALLY has a setting to auto-update over WIFI only. Although I welcome this change, in the end I decided I'd rather see what apps are updating manually so that I can check out their changelog before I choose to update.

Make a backup in recovery before you screw with Root Explorer!
I never have liked the auto update with market, I always went through and made sure all was set to manual, would be nicer if they had a setting for all manual instead, I'd rather see what apps need updating also, so that "I" can check out their changelog before "I" choose to update. but no matter to me I haven't liked any of the newest market apk so I'm still using 2.3.6
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I never have liked the auto update with market, I always went through and made sure all was set to manual, would be nicer if they had a setting for all manual instead, I'd rather see what apps need updating also, so that "I" can check out their changelog before "I" choose to update. but no matter to me I haven't liked any of the newest market apk so I'm still using 2.3.6
I agree with you on the autoupdate thing but the newest market is way better than previous versions. It's a lot faster and shows more results .

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Well, I guess I wasn't having ROM issues after all. I traced the problem back to the activities I was doing when the problems started each time, and it was always the same thing. Navigation. I avoided its use and guess what? No issues at all.
Really stable and awesome as usual shed.
EDIT : Also, I looked into it and I had been using amon ra recovery that was installed with the one-click root app. I have now officially used cwm and I like it a lot better. Is there a way to remove amon?
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