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[ICS][CM9] Defy/Defy+ [Froyo kernel: 16/05 Epsylon3][GB kernel: 16/05 Epsylon3]

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13th April 2012, 08:50 PM |#4071  
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I've also run on 1100 using WIUI for many weeks without a problem... if you read what I'm saying in context, the 1100 causes problems with the quarx 1304+ build because the max CPU frequency in the Processor settings is 1000MHz

So you mean that my Defy's not running at 1100MHz right now...?
I am on Quarx's 1304, running at 1100MHz, deep sleep working fine and ROM looks snappier than ever... Video recording not working for me though.
 
 
13th April 2012, 08:56 PM |#4072  
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I'm afraid the battery patch doesn't work for Defy+ on Epsy

I had 100% on Quarx
13th April 2012, 09:10 PM |#4073  
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I'm afraid the battery patch doesn't work for Defy+ on Epsy

I had 100% on Quarx

epsy 0411 doesn't need battery fix!
13th April 2012, 09:47 PM |#4074  
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So you mean that my Defy's not running at 1100MHz right now...?
I am on Quarx's 1304, running at 1100MHz, deep sleep working fine and ROM looks snappier than ever... Video recording not working for me though.

I'm certainly not making any claims about your defy...

Just trying to help those who had the same problem as me when first installing 1304+

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epsy 0411 doesn't need battery fix!

I haven't needed a battery fix for quite some time now.
13th April 2012, 10:49 PM |#4075  
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missing baseband switcher after last quarx+ build flash
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I've just flashed 0413+ GB Kernel Quarx's build over my last ROM 0305 Quarx with froyo kernel in a regular bayer-lens Defy and now my baseband has changed and I can not find the baseband switcher in the android menu. It used to be on settings->advanced but that menu doesn't exist now.

I just did a cache and dalvik cache wipe after and befor flashing.
13th April 2012, 11:15 PM |#4076  
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Hi,

I've just flashed 0413+ GB Kernel Quarx's build over my last ROM 0305 Quarx with froyo kernel in a regular bayer-lens Defy and now my baseband has changed and I can not find the baseband switcher in the android menu. It used to be on settings->advanced but that menu doesn't exist now.

I just did a cache and dalvik cache wipe after and befor flashing.

a solution to this is to download the baseband switcher .apk, install it (overwriting current) and open directly after install as it will not show in app draw, it works for me :)

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13th April 2012, 11:32 PM |#4077  
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a solution to this is to download the baseband switcher .apk, install it (overwriting current) and open directly after install as it will not show in app draw, it works for me :)

Djc

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I was about to post that since I did it and worked great. Thank you very much for your help!

Quarx's 0413 Defy+ GB Kernel is worked perfect on regular Bayer-Lens Defy
Video recording is working right as well.
14th April 2012, 02:39 AM |#4078  
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Before I udpdate from March 30... any new bugs/issues with the new quarx April 13?
Other then it was released on Friday the 13th...
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14th April 2012, 03:32 AM |#4079  
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just checked epsy's new 13th april defy build -
must say it is smooth (even without hwa )
some bootmenu improvements
multiboot 0.54 integrated
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14th April 2012, 04:37 AM |#4080  
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Im on last quarxs build...on cm9 kernel...and I cant get a deep sleep...any help?

At last!!! my phone its complete again!!! in your face moto!!
14th April 2012, 05:43 AM |#4081  
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Well need some help out here . If I am on CM9 froyo build . And try to go and flashing defy+ build . It just shows me red Motologo . I cant even flash anything .To revert i had to flash SBF . The other way around isnt true . If I am on GB build and try to flash CM9 froyo build it just works fine . Everything goes on so smooth . Why does it happen that if I try to move from froyo to GB build It freezes on Red moto logo . And no bootmenu + no recovery + no response from any keys. What i did was I was on froyo build . Flashed CM9 GB build + Flashed DHT kernel . Thats it . Can anyone give a way out to this ?

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