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Well it turns out that I can receive the calls up until I restore system data through TIBU so ill just skip that part

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Well it turns out that I can receive the calls up until I restore system data through TIBU so ill just skip that part

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you should NEVER restore system data via TI when you go from one ROM to another. NEVER NEVER NEVER!! the only thing you should restore is apps and their data.
 
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Ive never restored the system data before but I was trying to get some pictures back that I accidentally deleted after installing the ROM, but even after restoring gallery from TiBu, they still were gone, so it was futile
 
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A little late to the bandwagon, but Have to say really like the rom. Though I have encountered one rather interesting problem, wanted to know if anyone else found it and if they managed to get a solution for it. My bluetooth does not work - at all. In fact it absolutely refuses to turn on. Using the latest 3.2 (rom version: liquid.mecha 20111118.145810). Tried every possible method to get it working but regardless if from the dropdown shortcut menu or from settings, any time I choose to turn on bluetooth, it thinks for ten seconds or so then goes back to its previous state. It's an oddly frustrating problem.

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i loaded 3.2 on my wifes last week and the BT stopped working on it. It has the same radio and load as my tbolt and mine works. I never figured it out. She was up for an upgrade so I never really followed thru. good luck your not alone.
 
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tried to flash this rom on my newly rooted TBolt and now its been stuck on the flashing colored tiles screen for like the last 45min. I rooted and flashed my mytouch 3g/4g phones with no problem and in less than a few min.....any ideas??
 
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tried to flash this rom on my newly rooted TBolt and now its been stuck on the flashing colored tiles screen for like the last 45min. I rooted and flashed my mytouch 3g/4g phones with no problem and in less than a few min.....any ideas??
Did you do a full wipe and format system as well?

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Running proper radio versions?

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Did you do a full wipe and format system as well?

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Yep, did both before I installed. I finally just yanked the battery, rebooted and let the phone boot up and it was fine, almost like it hung up on the spinning colored tile animation after the install, works fine now
 
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Looking to give this a try maybe, Are there Bluetooth issues??

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