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[ROM][ICS][IML74K] teamhacksung's CM9 ALPHA for Galaxy S (BUILD 17) BUG REPORTS ONLY

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9th December 2011, 11:16 AM   |  #2851  
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DXJV9 is the regional modem, but the default also works fine.

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BUILD 8 uploaded.

Downloading and testing it. Thanks for all.
9th December 2011, 11:24 AM   |  #2852  
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Downloading build 8, and testing it, too.

Thanks a lot
9th December 2011, 11:37 AM   |  #2853  
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Strange .. uninstalling all apps and the datadata partition is still full o.O
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Strange .. uninstalling all apps and the datadata partition is still full o.O

Yeah, for me too. Uninstalling apps, doesn't free space in /datadata
9th December 2011, 11:44 AM   |  #2855  
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Strange .. uninstalling all apps and the datadata partition is still full o.O

Code:
du -h /datadata
find out what's taking the space.
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all of my music collection (mp3 files) is not recognized by the music apps. try to install another music apps but still no luck. but if I go to file manager, I can those music files one by one, even though it can't recognize the ID3 tag...
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Code:
du -h /datadata
find out what's taking the space.

Ey pawtip, what's happen with the update from previous build, that is deleted some apps in my device?
9th December 2011, 11:49 AM   |  #2858  
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Ey pawtip, what's happen with the update from previous build, that is deleted some apps in my device?

which apps are missing?
9th December 2011, 11:52 AM   |  #2859  
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The Builds are No WIPE, but as a matter of fact, if we don't wipe there seems to be bad performance issues. I have upgraded to Build 8 without a wipe and it seems to terribly slow down my device. Same with Build 7 when I upgraded from Build 6. It was smooth as butter after wiping and installing Build 7.

Since this is still in Beta phase, it would be best to force people to wipe on each flash so that bugs are minimal.
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which apps are missing?

Whatsapp for example. I can't tell you now, because I did a full wipe, and now I am reinstalling all.

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