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Please help

I've tried installing several different versions of this ROM, but each one gives me the bootloop problem.
I've tried these versions:
-Latest 4.2.2
-2013-01-23
-2013-01-26

I own a Canadian Rogers RAZRHD (XT925), which is bootloader unlocked, I've installed in with TWRP. does it matter? would I need CWM instead? Please help, I really want to try this ROM
 
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Guys, anyone having problems sending emails through GMail app??? Shows "Sending..." forever on my device...
Last time, a simple reboot solved the issue. Now, having problems again...
Installed the lastest CM10 to give it a little try, then installed CM10.1-2013-01-26. GMail won't send anything... Reboots don't help. Attached logs (I hit "send" at 19h31).
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Please help

I've tried installing several different versions of this ROM, but each one gives me the bootloop problem.
I've tried these versions:
-Latest 4.2.2
-2013-01-23
-2013-01-26

I own a Canadian Rogers RAZRHD (XT925), which is bootloader unlocked, I've installed in with TWRP. does it matter? would I need CWM instead? Please help, I really want to try this ROM
AFAIK, any recovery should do.

Assuming you have a nandroid backup of a stock firmware, may I suggest you to:
- restore the nandroid backup
- format /cache & /system
- install latest CM10 (Feb 20th)
- install gapps-jb-20121011-signed.zip
- ... keep your fingers crossed and give it a try

If it doesn't work, well, I'm out of ideas... And if it works:
- format /cache & /system
- install latest CM10.1 (Jan 26th)
- install gapps-jb-20121212-signed.zip
- ...fingers...



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Interesting, I have a same issue with GPS on the Photon Q (gps icon never shows up).
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I have a request : restore/add USB Mass storage like in ICS.
I'd like to re-bump and raise attention on the above - maybe epinter can share his opinion to this?

On some GS2- and GS3-Roms this has been made possible. See here or here or on LG Nitro here

Edit: I tried SGS3 Easy UMS and after following these steps I got an USB-Mass-Storage Drive letter on my Windows7!!!
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Now follow these steps:

1. On your Windows 7 computer you will see it will try to install “SAMSUNG Mobile MTP Device” as one of the drivers and fail *this is normal*
2. Go into Device Manager on your computer, right click “SAMSUNG Mobile MTP Device” and select “Properties”
3. Click on the “Driver” tab and click the “Update Driver” button, a prompt will then come up
4. Select “Browse my computer for driver software”, then select “Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer” on the next screen
5. Select “USB Mass Storage Device” as the new driver from that list and finish up that install
6. At the end you will see something like this on your computer – Screenshot Here
7. Windows will install final drivers automatically and a new “Disk drive” will show up on your computer, this is your external SD card on your device

Keep in mind that it is not possible to get access to the internal storage as USB mass storage device.
Edit~2: Above is somehow off topic, since I'm currently running a JB build. But, just to see: it *is* working on RHD.
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No luck here for the GPS!

I reverted to an official SFR Rom backup > GPS worked fine > wiped cache/data > re-installed CM 10.1 from scratch and still no GPS..
I have juste done the same with CM 10 but same result, the only thing is that in CM 10, the source option appear in settings, but quite useless since I can only select "internal"

Edit: Okay, the third attempt, the good one! I did the same as above with CM 10.1, but this time I only wiped data and now the GPS fixes indoors!
 
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That is just strange, and didn't work for me on CM10 on the Photon Q (tried several times when coming back / forth between stock ICS ROM and CM10 (there is no stock JB yet on the Q yet) and there is nothing in logcat
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Last time, a simple reboot solved the issue. Now, having problems again...
Installed the lastest CM10 to give it a little try, then installed CM10.1-2013-01-26. GMail won't send anything... Reboots don't help. Attached logs (I hit "send" at 19h31).
Force closed Gmail, uninstalled Gmail latest update and I could send emails. Reinstalled latest update, and works now. I assume the problems lies in the app, not in cm...

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A few days ago, I reverted to CM10-2013-02-20 for a couple of days and I was a little disappointed by the battery life in comparison with CM10.1-2013-01-26. I don't have actual figures, and my usage varies a lot from one day to another, so it's more of a feeling.
And now that I've switched to CM10.1-2013-01-26, with the same set of apps, I confirm my battery life seems better.
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Default Re: [ROM] CM 10.1 (Android 4.2) for RazrHD XT925

Its a mental thing, Ive tested both of them the 20-03-2013 release is slightly better in battery life, by about 2 hours, nothing too much and isn't much for me to complain about. I know your not complaining.

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