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[Q] Problem with latest nightly

12th February 2014, 08:39 AM   |  #1  
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I am running CM11 nightlies and updated to the latest one last night but had problems updating apps, which were giving me "insufficient storage available" errors. ROM Manager said there was a later ClockworkMod so I tried to update that via ROM Manager.

Now the phone on reboot comes up with 2 messages: "Unfortunately trebuchet has stopped" and "process com.android.systemui has stopped". I was running Nova launcher before the problems.

I've tried restoring a previous backup but the message is still the same. I've also tried factory reset but no luck. Has anyone any solutions?

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12th February 2014, 10:41 AM   |  #2  
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Originally Posted by philbarrow

I am running CM11 nightlies and updated to the latest one last night but had problems updating apps, which were giving me "insufficient storage available" errors. ROM Manager said there was a later ClockworkMod so I tried to update that via ROM Manager.

Now the phone on reboot comes up with 2 messages: "Unfortunately trebuchet has stopped" and "process com.android.systemui has stopped". I was running Nova launcher before the problems.

I've tried restoring a previous backup but the message is still the same. I've also tried factory reset but no luck. Has anyone any solutions?

Thanks

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And when you flash new ROM it is better to wipe the phone except SD card
12th February 2014, 11:08 AM   |  #3  
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Still doesn't help me get it working again now! The zip is not on the phone anymore and I'm not sure I can get it to mount USB!
12th February 2014, 11:42 AM   |  #4  
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Go to recovery and mount USB if you windows gives you error for drivers..Go to Control Panel > Device Manager > and there will be yellow mark on Android device,Storage or something..And just right click update drivers and Search in Windows Update
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12th February 2014, 01:53 PM   |  #5  
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All fixed now thanks
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Originally Posted by philbarrow

I am running CM11 nightlies and updated to the latest one last night but had problems updating apps, which were giving me "insufficient storage available" errors. ROM Manager said there was a later ClockworkMod so I tried to update that via ROM Manager.

Now the phone on reboot comes up with 2 messages: "Unfortunately trebuchet has stopped" and "process com.android.systemui has stopped". I was running Nova launcher before the problems.

I've tried restoring a previous backup but the message is still the same. I've also tried factory reset but no luck. Has anyone any solutions?

Thanks

Also, some people (myself included) got rid of the "com.android.systemui has stopped" errors by going to All Apps and finding the "Google Services Framework" app and clearing the cache, then rebooting.
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