[Q] CyanogenMod hates my SIM + battery
OS: Jellybean 4.3 to CM10.2 nightly
Device: n7015 (just to clarify)
Recovery: Clockwork Mod 18.104.22.168
So, I installed CyanogenMod. I followed the guide on the Wiki to the letter, repeating steps as necessary when it confused me. Got it installed fine in the end.
1) I can't get mobile data. So I went into settings and did some poking, and when I try to enter "Manage mobile plan", it tells me to insert the SIM and restart. I didn't even touch the SIM during the install. I've since pulled it out, given it a look, put it back.
2) This one's very specific: When I turn off the phone while it's charging (not sure if it has to be by PC - I can't test by adapter), it will appear to crash while trying to load the battery icon to tell me how charged it is. This prevents the screen turning off until I restart the phone. Note this doesn't prevent it from charging.
Never happens if it's not on charge when I turn it off. Has never happened before installing CM.
3) A minor-ish bug, when I use the Cyan Delta app to try and update the OS, it reboots into CWM and generates these errors:
SD Card marker not found.
Error processing ROM Manager script.
Unrelated: CM is magical, I can edit the contents of my phone from Windows Explorer. This alone makes all this hassle worth it.