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[Firmware][ICS]UNOFFICIAL CM9 for the Infuse 4G (07/28/2012)

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By Entropy512, Senior Recognized Developer on 16th April 2012, 01:02 AM
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3rd May 2012, 10:42 PM |#761  
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guys i just flashed the newest built and didn't do anything, turn my data on and choose my apn ( it was already in ) and then send a picture, took 10 seconds per pic with full 5 bars, so the story is there are no issues with mms
3rd May 2012, 10:50 PM |#762  
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Latest build didn't help with wifi and tethering. Re-did the steps in post 1 for flashing. Will try to capture some useful logcat logs

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3rd May 2012, 11:07 PM |#763  
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Several random reboot since installing this new release.

Phone was just sitting on the table doing nothing each time.

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3rd May 2012, 11:12 PM |#764  
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Originally Posted by mlkjuggalo

what i did was i used odin and put phone in download mode then i flashed this rom here and i got my boot loaders i needed then i put phone back in to download mode and flashed the ICS recovery tar from here after that you should see the blue ics recovery then you should be good to go on flashing this rom in CWM that's what i did and i have no rainbow recovery and rom works like a charm i have seen other ways but not sure how to use the other tool lol

Hey just wanted to say THANKS A TON!!!! ur rootswiki link really helped!
I followed instructions using the old ICS build and it worked then updated it to newest one!
3rd May 2012, 11:18 PM |#765  
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Originally Posted by bradman117

Hey just wanted to say THANKS A TON!!!! ur rootswiki link really helped!
I followed instructions using the old ICS build and it worked then updated it to newest one!

your welcome glad to hear it worked for you
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4th May 2012, 12:02 AM |#766  
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Originally Posted by EagerestWolf

Ok, so while trying to flash my Infuse with the Gingerbread bootloaders, Heimdall failed, and I got everyone's least favorite screen (if you don't know what I am talking about you are lucky, but it is a phone and a laptop with a yellow triangle in between). So I am thinking, "great I just bricked my new phone I got yesterday". But something told me to do a detection wit Heimdall, so I did and viola, it still recognized the phone. So I tried the flash again and it worked. The moral of the story I guess is it is not possible to hard brick this phone.

I think that is because you didn't really brick. A true brick means the screen won't even come on so I've been told. I've seen the screen you are referring to. I think that just means bad flash.

Anyway...back to development. Still haven't flashed your build but thanks again E.

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4th May 2012, 12:57 AM |#767  
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Originally Posted by Axiomkid

Thank YOU! Exact Issue I'm having with disconnecting phone from USB and then Wifi locks up until you reboot, I thought it was just me.

Same problem but I haven't seen it happen yet when using a wall charger but now that I think about it the few times it happened I had been using a computer usb port

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4th May 2012, 01:22 AM |#768  
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Ok, after a day using my self-compiled 'with wifi fix' build from 5/1, and then a day on entropy's 5/2 build, I got the wifi bug both days. I am no longer seeing the kernel panic in dmesg, so the memory alloc fail that was getting reported is no longer happening, but I'm still seeing wifi fail to turn back on after my day.

Once again, how I reproduce it on a daily basis:
Phone is rebooted in the evening (So I can connect to wifi at home).
Wifi is left on until I leave for work the next morning, at which point I turn it off.
When I arrive at work, I turn on airplane mode since I have 0 signal 60% of the time there anyways.
When I go to lunch I (usually) turn airplane mode back off to get messages/emails/etc.
When I go back to work I turn airplane mode back on
when I leave work I turn airplane back off..
and when I get home, I turn wifi back on, and it fails to turn on. I grab a logcat, and reboot.

Logcat attached. This is a short one. Had phone plugged into my computer, cleared logcat, hit wifi button, waited a minute, grabbed the logcat.
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For issues that have kernel involvement, logcats without a dmesg are not useful.
4th May 2012, 05:16 AM |#770  
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