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Discussion Thread for CyanogenMod 11/12 (Android 4.4.x KitKat & 5.0.x Lollipop)

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26th May 2015, 05:03 PM |#4391  
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Try to go back to stock with odin and then flash it. Don't forget to mount everything before flashing.

thks for quick answer.

I always mount everything before flashing any zip. I'll give a try to restarting from last stock with odin. But as my nandroid restore to lollikat CM11 (after my CM11 flahsings) let the buttons and keyboard work back, I'm not quite sure that this is related .

But I'll see... (hoping that Radio for GT-S5369 are also the same than GT-S5360 ones, because I can find any 5369 newer firmware for my location)
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27th May 2015, 09:28 AM |#4392  
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thanks man the rom booted but new problem wifi stuck at searching for networks...

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also having this problem on my xplay wifi wont work on all cm builds :\

use this app to fix wifi problem
https://www.mediafire.com/?3dwnbhr64hgr4ig
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What phone can I spoof that is most compatible with an s5360 running cm11?
I recently replace the stock Gingerbread on my gt-s5360 (Galaxy Y 'Young') with Lollikat (so, cm11) and am assuming that this means I now am more compatible with newer apps in the Play store but the store doesn't know that.

Is that correct? If so, I don't see any obvious solutions. From what I can find online, the workarounds are:

But all of these assume that I already know what apps are, or at least are likely to be, compatible with an s5360 running cm11. Are there any resources for finding this out? Ideally, I'd like to permanently spoof the Play store with a phone model whose hardware closely resembles mine but which was sold stock with KitKat.
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I recently replace the stock Gingerbread on my gt-s5360 (Galaxy Y 'Young') with Lollikat (so, cm11) and am assuming that this means I now am more compatible with newer apps in the Play store but the store doesn't know that.

Is that correct? If so, I don't see any obvious solutions. From what I can find online, the workarounds are:


But all of these assume that I already know what apps are, or at least are likely to be, compatible with an s5360 running cm11. Are there any resources for finding this out? Ideally, I'd like to permanently spoof the Play store with a phone model whose hardware closely resembles mine but which was sold stock with KitKat.

Generally, phones with stock kitkat installed have a better CPU than Galaxy Young's one (ARMv7, at least) and I think that's why some of your apps don't work. If you have Kitkat installed and you want to use Google Chrome, you will need an ARMv7 processor (Galaxy Young has ARMv6) to launch it. Have a good night.
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