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[Q] Cannot answer a call

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24th January 2014, 12:30 PM   |  #1  
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I'm using custom firmwares since CM9 nightly. At first everything worked fine, but since some point of CM9 development and later on all CM-based firmwares I'm having a strange bug. When somebody calls me and I answer, the call screen shows without a call timer. After 3-4 seconds the call either starts or (much more often) hangs up and shows that I have a missed call. The person calling me just sees that I've hung up.

Sometimes (very rarely) phone restart fixes it for 1-2 days, but then everything comes back.
24th January 2014, 12:58 PM   |  #2  
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I'm using custom firmwares since CM9 nightly. At first everything worked fine, but since some point of CM9 development and later on all CM-based firmwares I'm having a strange bug. When somebody calls me and I answer, the call screen shows without a call timer. After 3-4 seconds the call either starts or (much more often) hangs up and shows that I have a missed call. The person calling me just sees that I've hung up.

Sometimes (very rarely) phone restart fixes it for 1-2 days, but then everything comes back.

wipe dalvik + cache from recovery
see how it goes
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wipe dalvik + cache from recovery
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I already did that several times. No use.
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I already did that several times. No use.

have you tried to reflash the rom?
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have you tried to reflash the rom?

As I told, I've used several roms and installed them cleanly several times.
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Originally Posted by neko259

I'm using custom firmwares since CM9 nightly. At first everything worked fine, but since some point of CM9 development and later on all CM-based firmwares I'm having a strange bug. When somebody calls me and I answer, the call screen shows without a call timer. After 3-4 seconds the call either starts or (much more often) hangs up and shows that I have a missed call. The person calling me just sees that I've hung up.

Sometimes (very rarely) phone restart fixes it for 1-2 days, but then everything comes back.

It's purely a ROM/Kernel bug mate. I suggest you to upgrade CM 10/10.1, which are more stable!

You can switch to ARHD for Sense 3.6 and Inspiration ROM for Sense 4.1 with SebastianFM Kernel v1.5.2 which is highly stable!
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