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[May 25, 2013][ROM][4.0.4][720p] NexusHD2-ICS-CM9-HWA V3.0b [NativeSD]

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23rd April 2012, 02:47 PM   |  #4881  
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Guys, anyone knows how to reboot/switch off? the long-press of the off button doesn't take me the the usual menu...

Which version are you using? Until v1.5 you have to access Medroid option (general Settings) and tick what you'd like to see in power menu. I don't use 1.6 so I can't help with.
23rd April 2012, 03:47 PM   |  #4882  
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For the people like me who were on 1.5 and didn't know how to upgrade to 1.6.. Just find this on the wiki :

" The easiest way to update is to do a backup in CWR (always do a backup) and then flash your ROM (and if you use cLK, the kernel). There is no need to wipe ANYTHING. "

It work fine for me..
23rd April 2012, 03:59 PM   |  #4883  
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Hardware Acceleration (Hacked)
Lot of posts to read, started searching but in case someone would be kind to tell me what means "Hardware Acceleration (Hacked)".

Do that means it'll be slower than my Hyperdroid rom for example?

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23rd April 2012, 04:24 PM   |  #4884  
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My question is, is there any alternate way to get into CWM besides holding the power button down. I've tried "Reboot into Recovery" options on several software packages,but they just start the normal boot process with the "Stick Together" screen, and unless the boot software detects the Power button held down, the HD2 boots into the current ROM.

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I feel your pain, mine is beginning to suffer the same issue.

One thought comes to mind - set your boot options under MAGLDR to NOT boot directly into NAND or SD, which then gives you the ability to make the choice that you want:
From main MAGLDR menu, choose option 10 - Settings, then option 1 - BootSettings, then option 2 - AlwaysMenu, and at last, the green button - YES

This means that you will always stop at the MAGLDR menu on a reboot, but it also means that you will retain control in the boot process.

Hope that helps!
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23rd April 2012, 04:45 PM   |  #4885  
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One thought comes to mind - set your boot options under MAGLDR to NOT boot directly into NAND or SD, which then gives you the ability to make the choice that you want:
From main MAGLDR menu, choose option 10 - Settings, then option 1 - BootSettings, then option 2 - AlwaysMenu, and at last, the green button - YES

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there's only 1 problem :> if you do that you'll have to use green/vol up/vol down more
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Hi tytung,

I've flashed v1.6, and after rebooting it gets stuck at the boot logo screen.

It shows the green htc logo, then goes to boot logo screen and stays there doing nothing more.

It stayed in this screen half an hour, then I took the battery off, restarted, and same behavior.

Am I the only one facing this problem?

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23rd April 2012, 04:55 PM   |  #4887  
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i had random minor restarts with 1.5 , also it was a bit slow so i changed back to tytung's 3.2a GB . does the new version fix those :?
also can someone write a complete review on the improvements . thanks in advance
thank you tytung :> you made me put off buying a new phone for the past year

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Hi tytung,

I've flashed v1.6, and after rebooting it gets stuck at the boot logo screen.

It shows the green htc logo, then goes to boot logo screen and stays there doing nothing more.

It stayed in this screen half an hour, then I took the battery off, restarted, and same behavior.

Am I the only one facing this problem?

i usually do a full wipe(task 29) when something like this happens then flash the system partition a bit bigger than mentioned .
23rd April 2012, 05:02 PM   |  #4888  
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Contacts - Favourite tab
Anyone know why the favorite tab in contacts does not display photos? They show up in contact details and during the call but not in the fav tab.
23rd April 2012, 06:05 PM   |  #4889  
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I flashed 1.6 last night and it looks great! Thanks tytung

I had a great deal of trouble getting into CWM. The phone kept booting normally even while holding the Power button down. I've had this problem intermittently in the past, but this time it was worse than ever, and I've read that some HD2s have a hardware problem with the Power button.

My question is, is there any alternate way to get into CWM besides holding the power button down. I've tried "Reboot into Recovery" options on several software packages,but they just start the normal boot process with the "Stick Together" screen, and unless the boot software detects the Power button held down, the HD2 boots into the current ROM.

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"Reboot into Recovery" only works on cLK.
Maybe you could consider changing the bootloader to cLK if your power button is not working well.

Since MAGLDR is closed sourced, I think we cannot determine ourselves to use which button to get into CWM.

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