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[MOD] com.android.phone FC - FIX JVR/S & XXJVU Phone odex & deodex

7th October 2011, 07:40 PM   |  #81  
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+1, Please make JVT Odex version.
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[MOD] com.android.phone FC - FIX JVR/S Phone odex & deodex
How can I install this phone fix? I've got the same problem. I've put the Phone.apk and Phone.odex in \system\app with Droid Explorer but after I have restarted the phone the problem is there still again. Is there a tutorial to fix the problem? Please help me.
8th October 2011, 07:07 PM   |  #83  
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Try this
Hi,

if you want, you can try this version which I just re-packaged a bit.
==> So all credits go to no.one.writeme, who solved it initially.

For me, the FC on JVT stock odex version is gone now.
So, could probably work for you as well...

Just flash via CWM in recovery mode and reboot.

Cheers
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Number of members have asked for an install guide & been ignored, can someone please educate us newbies on the routine to install this update, thanks.
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Originally Posted by AndiP

Hi,

if you want, you can try this version which I just re-packaged a bit.
==> So all credits go to no.one.writeme, who solved it initially.

For me, the FC on JVT stock odex version is gone now.
So, could probably work for you as well...

Just flash via CWM in recovery mode and reboot.

Cheers
Andi

Did you add the non increasing ringtone ?
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Yes, it should be the non increasing ringtone as I just repackaged the phone.apk of the first post of this thread.


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Did you add the non increasing ringtone ?

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Thanks AndiP. Your manual works for me. Tomorrow I will test the result when I'm sitting in my car with Bluetooth on. Thanks a lot for your short manual.

09-10-2011 It worked for me thanks a lot.
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Thanx for the mod
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Originally Posted by AndiP

For me, the FC on JVT stock odex version is gone now.
So, could probably work for you as well...

Just a note that this JVT version is just the JVS deodexed version repackaged from the OP.
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Number of members have asked for an install guide & been ignored, can someone please educate us newbies on the routine to install this update, thanks.

I can tell you only how i made it on JVS firmware: i have a rooted phone. I extracted the files "Phone.odex" and "Phone.apk" from the zip archive and copied them to my SD card. Then i copied the 2 files with ES file explorer (root + system mounted read/write) to /system/app. Be sure to copy Phone.apk as the last file. After you replaced the original, the phone reboots. After reboot, i deleted the Dalvic cache and rebooted again.

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