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11th April 2012, 12:25 AM |#31  
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No you do not have to remive the CWM on boot thay is only for the GPS. If you ise GPS a lot then i would suggest removing it while using the GPS and then reinstalling CWM on boot whenever you want

The updater.zip should haveno effect on the OC. Have you done anything else?

PREGGY this is just for you. I have done some playing around and I did get the right keyboard. The only time the the smiley face shows is under the MMS app. Guess it overrides and places it there but asi sit here typing this on my phone the RETURN KEY IS THERE
 
 
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No you do not have to remive the CWM on boot thay is only for the GPS. If you ise GPS a lot then i would suggest removing it while using the GPS and then reinstalling CWM on boot whenever you want

The updater.zip should haveno effect on the OC. Have you done anything else?

PREGGY this is just for you. I have done some playing around and I did get the right keyboard. The only time the the smiley face shows is under the MMS app. Guess it overrides and places it there but asi sit here typing this on my phone the RETURN KEY IS THERE

It was working I thought it said 1000 instead of 1100. The numbers by clock don't appear?
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I am a bit confused, in the first post it states that using the updater.zip removes CWM and the OC... So does it remove both or no? I would love to use GPS and the OC but hey that is me :P
11th April 2012, 12:55 AM |#34  
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I am a bit confused, in the first post it states that using the updater.zip removes CWM and the OC... So does it remove both or no? I would love to use GPS and the OC but hey that is me :P

The updater zip has ZERO effect on the OC. Removing the CWM on boot, removes the OC and allows the GPS to work correctly.

The OP is correct as stated.
11th April 2012, 02:16 AM |#35  
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Just a heads up...
Haven't been able to get Corp Sync to work... FCs during first Authentication and says "com.motorola.service.main has stopped unexpectedly"
Looks like for a split second another warning pops up before the FC saying could not connect to server.
11th April 2012, 03:31 AM |#36  
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Haven't been able to get Corp Sync to work... FCs during first Authentication and says "com.motorola.service.main has stopped unexpectedly"
Looks like for a split second another warning pops up before the FC saying could not connect to server.

Please let us know. This is a must for me along with GPS.

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No you do not have to remive the CWM on boot thay is only for the GPS. If you ise GPS a lot then i would suggest removing it while using the GPS and then reinstalling CWM on boot whenever you want

The updater.zip should haveno effect on the OC. Have you done anything else?

PREGGY this is just for you. I have done some playing around and I did get the right keyboard. The only time the the smiley face shows is under the MMS app. Guess it overrides and places it there but asi sit here typing this on my phone the RETURN KEY IS THERE

How do we remove cwm on boot? Sorry if this is a noob question. But I absolutely must have my GPS working

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11th April 2012, 08:02 AM |#38  
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How do we remove cwm on boot? Sorry if this is a noob question. But I absolutely must have my GPS working

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http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=20165878

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11th April 2012, 08:04 AM |#39  
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How do we remove cwm on boot? Sorry if this is a noob question. But I absolutely must have my GPS working

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Just go back a few posts, or use search. It's all explained in 2 back to back posts.

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11th April 2012, 10:46 AM |#40  
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GPS works great all you have to do is flash the CWM removal zip and it locks everytime. I have yet to see another A2 Rom with the tweaks I implemented.

*NOTE* All the international people if you use GPS and are having difficulties locking please pm me and I will help tweak this for your location.

As for the corp.sync I have never used this feature. If someone can point me in the right direction I will get it taken care of

I also somehow forgot gallery3d and will have this fixed ASAP after work this evening.
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