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By slhysf, Member on 22nd April 2012, 05:55 PM
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22nd April 2012, 09:19 PM |#11  
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Man, thats a nandroid. You can always downgrade to 2.3.4 if you want to.
 
 
22nd April 2012, 09:23 PM |#12  
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Man, thats a nandroid. You can always downgrade to 2.3.4 if you want to.

OK for GGL rom that you provide, need any sbf fix or just do it on 2.3.4?
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Man, thats a nandroid. You can always downgrade to 2.3.4 if you want to.

ok for GGL ROM, need to flash sbf or just install the rom on 2.3.4?
22nd April 2012, 09:49 PM |#14  
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When you make a nandroid backup of a ROM, you make a COMPLETE backup of that ROM. So you don't need any fixed sbf if you want to flash it. This is, as I mentioned before, a nandroid backup.
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When you make a nandroid backup of a ROM, you make a COMPLETE backup of that ROM. So you don't need any fixed sbf if you want to flash it. This is, as I mentioned before, a nandroid backup.

ok going to try it. Inform you know later
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When you make a nandroid backup of a ROM, you make a COMPLETE backup of that ROM. So you don't need any fixed sbf if you want to flash it. This is, as I mentioned before, a nandroid backup.

doesnt work. you know any other nice rom?
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doesnt work. you know any other nice rom?

Damn man. Maybe you should follow the install procedure of walter79 on this one. Did you wipe data and cashe before flashing it? I'm out off suggestions man, hope you get it right.
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