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Please HELP! Reboot Problem! TRIED A LOT Different Things! :(

27th February 2012, 11:42 PM   |  #1  
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Okay I have tried EVERYTHING! I tried uninstalling my CM9 Alpha 2 completely with Acme Uninstaller and then doing a fresh install. I tried wiping data, cache, davlik, and still nothing! I don't know what to do. I tried so many things and have been working on this for the past 5 or 6 hours today! Please SOMEONE ANYONE have any ideas? My Touchpad is fine for about 2 minutes and no matter what I am doing it freezes for a second or two, screen goes black for a second, and then it reboots. Please SOMEONE HELP! I am about to give up on Android and I didn't love ICS so much I would! Thanks for all the help!
28th February 2012, 01:21 AM   |  #2  
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Have you changed any of the DPI settings? in the build file?
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28th February 2012, 01:23 AM   |  #3  
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Have you tried booting into recovery and performing a full wipe? Wipe data, cache, dalvik cache.

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I haven't tried changing the DPI Settings. As for wiping data, cache, and davlik cache I tried all that. When I wipe the davlik cache though in recovery I get this error:

E:unknown volume for path [/sd-ext]

Would that have anything to do with the rebooting? I don't ever recall having this error before. If so, how do I fix it???

Thanks for both suggestions!
28th February 2012, 02:43 AM   |  #5  
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Shound I uninstall everything and just start from scratch and put CM7 Alpha 3.5 and then update it the CM9 Alpha 2 or do you all think that would work???
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I suppose the quickest answer would be to just to start again reload back to webos, then do the process again. I've never had any issues like your having and maybe instead of installing cm7 them cm9 just install straight to cm9. May of been a buggy install. Also maybe before that try redownloading another rom. May of just been a slightly messed up rom you installed.
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Originally Posted by alias4ever

I haven't tried changing the DPI Settings. As for wiping data, cache, and davlik cache I tried all that. When I wipe the davlik cache though in recovery I get this error:

E:unknown volume for path [/sd-ext]

Would that have anything to do with the rebooting? I don't ever recall having this error before. If so, how do I fix it???

Thanks for both suggestions!

The error is troubling. If it were me, I'd completely redo the CM7 to CM9 install process starting with the uninstall. And get a fresh download of the rom and gapps and every file that you have not used successfully once in an install.

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