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* retired * [rom] [4.2.2] Unofficial CyanogenMOD [cm-10.1] - [april13] - P13

15th February 2013, 05:06 AM |#371  
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Flashed Preview But Have Phone Lock and Reboot
I flash this new ROM on Saturday following the instructions in the OP. I was previously using Jellybeer ROM. I wiped both caches, wiped system, factory reset, installed ROM and 122012 GAPS. I installed all my apps from Play Store and not from TIB with data (lesson learned). I am puzzled why I a getting freezes and reboots. Also, when I reboot or power down, when the system comes back p to my home screen, my Goggle Search bar, beautiful weather widget, simple calendar and Animated Widget all disappear. My apps stays on the home screens. I am using Apex Launcher. I have re-installed ROM and GAPS again numerous times using instuctions in the OP, and also fixed permissions. Any suggestions is appreciated.
 
 
15th February 2013, 05:32 AM |#372  
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PREVIEW 3 IS LIVE

bump to Android 4.2.2, read op for changes!
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15th February 2013, 05:37 AM |#373  
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Damn, I just finished installing 4.2.1 for the first time. Well, here I go again. I'll go from the last to install to the first this time.

I assume I can update from preview 2 without a factory reset, right? I just spent 30 mins getting everything set up on my new preview 2.
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thank you very much you the best
15th February 2013, 05:41 AM |#375  
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can i updgrade from 4.1 preview 2 to the 4.2.2 preview 3 with out wiping?
15th February 2013, 05:42 AM |#376  
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can i updgrade from 4.1 preview 2 to the 4.2.2 preview 3 with out wiping?

yes but if you run into issues do a wipe
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15th February 2013, 05:43 AM |#377  
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yes but if you run into issues do a wipe

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15th February 2013, 06:09 AM |#378  
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Jamie, you've done amazing work with this rom, I can't wait to flash this. Honestly, I'd follow you to your next phone just to get this level of quality in a rom. Bravo
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15th February 2013, 10:13 AM |#379  
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Re: [rom] [4.2.2] Unofficial CyanogenMOD [cm10.1] - [feb15] - PREVIEW 3
Amazing work.. Simply put "u the man"!! Keep on hustling!! :thumbup:

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waiting to hear if anyone has dirty flashed and how it turned out for them.

preview 2 with 4 aces is running so well I'm scared to mess with a good thing
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