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24th April 2012, 06:09 PM   |  #1141  
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I'm using fxp117 but get error message trying to search for networks but gsm and data work. Also mobile standby eats >30% of batt. Anybody experience the same?

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24th April 2012, 06:57 PM   |  #1142  
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Wipe dalvik-cache and battery will work good.
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24th April 2012, 10:10 PM   |  #1143  
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Unfortunately, I have come across a snag. My phone went kershnicket, and I need to reflash from stock. However, 117 comes with no kernel. 115 kernel (which is what everyone says to use) is no longer available.

Anyone willing to help a guy out who's looking for JUST the kernel (not the whole ROM - I have 117 downloaded already). I just need the kernel to get back into FXP CM9. Probably best to PM me the link in private out of respect to the dev's.
24th April 2012, 11:34 PM   |  #1144  
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Question Installation Problem
So heres the thing, I'm not a Developer but I have installed cyanogenmod 7 before without any problems. When I root my xperia x10 baseband 71 and then flash that fxp 115 kernel, wipe dalvik cache and full wipe and wipe battery stats, then i install the custom zip but it gives me an error. I looked it up and said that it might not be compatible with my phone, but I'm sure I downloaded the correct version for my xperia. any help here?

(PS: the error is an assert failed error.)
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25th April 2012, 12:00 AM   |  #1145  
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There's a quick fix, and a slightly messier fix.

Quick fix is in the Install Custom Zip menu, there's "Select ZIP file" menu option, then below that, there's a Toggle Script Assert's option. Toggle it, and you can try again.

If that doesn't work, try this:
  • Open ZIP file
  • Open META-INF folder
  • Open com folder
  • Open google folder
  • Open android folder
  • Copy updater-script file to desktop
  • Open updater-script file from desktop with your favourite text editor (I use Notepad++).
  • Remove the top couple of lines where it says assert(getprop... yadda yadda)
  • Save the file
  • Copy newly-changed updater-script file BACK into the zip in the folder you took it from.
  • Close the ZIP
  • Copy it back to your phone
  • Try installing again.

That should fix your problem and allow you to install it. I had to do that when I originally came from MiUI to CM7. Took a while to finally figure it out, but once I did, it made life SO much easier.


Hope that helps, mate !
25th April 2012, 12:14 AM   |  #1146  
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it still gives an error (status 6) and yes it removed those lines but didn't fix the install, maybe I haven't removed enough sentances.

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Originally Posted by ve6ay

There's a quick fix, and a slightly messier fix.

Quick fix is in the Install Custom Zip menu, there's "Select ZIP file" menu option, then below that, there's a Toggle Script Assert's option. Toggle it, and you can try again.

If that doesn't work, try this:

  • Open ZIP file
  • Open META-INF folder
  • Open com folder
  • Open google folder
  • Open android folder
  • Copy updater-script file to desktop
  • Open updater-script file from desktop with your favourite text editor (I use Notepad++).
  • Remove the top couple of lines where it says assert(getprop... yadda yadda)
  • Save the file
  • Copy newly-changed updater-script file BACK into the zip in the folder you took it from.
  • Close the ZIP
  • Copy it back to your phone
  • Try installing again.

That should fix your problem and allow you to install it. I had to do that when I originally came from MiUI to CM7. Took a while to finally figure it out, but once I did, it made life SO much easier.


Hope that helps, mate !

Last edited by piotrtekien; 25th April 2012 at 12:37 AM.
25th April 2012, 02:34 AM   |  #1147  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by ve6ay

Unfortunately, I have come across a snag. My phone went kershnicket, and I need to reflash from stock. However, 117 comes with no kernel. 115 kernel (which is what everyone says to use) is no longer available.

Anyone willing to help a guy out who's looking for JUST the kernel (not the whole ROM - I have 117 downloaded already). I just need the kernel to get back into FXP CM9. Probably best to PM me the link in private out of respect to the dev's.

FXP 115
http://www.mediafire.com/?odc6xu2sbk67q6s


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25th April 2012, 04:21 AM   |  #1148  
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@piotrtekien

You want to remove the first section where it talks about assert - should be three lines, the last one ending with a ); First line should be:
package_extract_file("system/bin/backuptool.sh", "/tmp/backuptool.sh");
If you have anything else in the updater-script file above that line, remove it. That should solve your problem.

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25th April 2012, 05:19 AM   |  #1149  
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Hello friends, I am having difficulty installing CM7 down because when the file relating to my device I can not find the folder that contains the kernel fxp not find the kernel inside the file "FXP117_update-cm-7.2.0-RC1-UNOFFICIAL-es209ra signed.zip-"help me please.
25th April 2012, 07:58 AM   |  #1150  
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Originally Posted by mikewinfoo

Hello friends, I am having difficulty installing CM7 down because when the file relating to my device I can not find the folder that contains the kernel fxp not find the kernel inside the file "FXP117_update-cm-7.2.0-RC1-UNOFFICIAL-es209ra signed.zip-"help me please.

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Originally Posted by ve6ay

Unfortunately, I have come across a snag. My phone went kershnicket, and I need to reflash from stock. However, 117 comes with no kernel. 115 kernel (which is what everyone says to use) is no longer available.

Anyone willing to help a guy out who's looking for JUST the kernel (not the whole ROM - I have 117 downloaded already). I just need the kernel to get back into FXP CM9. Probably best to PM me the link in private out of respect to the dev's.

Quote:
Originally Posted by piotrtekien

So heres the thing, I'm not a Developer but I have installed cyanogenmod 7 before without any problems. When I root my xperia x10 baseband 71 and then flash that fxp 115 kernel, wipe dalvik cache and full wipe and wipe battery stats, then i install the custom zip but it gives me an error. I looked it up and said that it might not be compatible with my phone, but I'm sure I downloaded the correct version for my xperia. any help here?

(PS: the error is an assert failed error.)

Quote:
Originally Posted by ve6ay

There's a quick fix, and a slightly messier fix.

Quick fix is in the Install Custom Zip menu, there's "Select ZIP file" menu option, then below that, there's a Toggle Script Assert's option. Toggle it, and you can try again.

If that doesn't work, try this:

  • Open ZIP file
  • Open META-INF folder
  • Open com folder
  • Open google folder
  • Open android folder
  • Copy updater-script file to desktop
  • Open updater-script file from desktop with your favourite text editor (I use Notepad++).
  • Remove the top couple of lines where it says assert(getprop... yadda yadda)
  • Save the file
  • Copy newly-changed updater-script file BACK into the zip in the folder you took it from.
  • Close the ZIP
  • Copy it back to your phone
  • Try installing again.

That should fix your problem and allow you to install it. I had to do that when I originally came from MiUI to CM7. Took a while to finally figure it out, but once I did, it made life SO much easier.


Hope that helps, mate !




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