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[ROM][4.0.4] Slim ICS(I9000) - Clean, Simple & Fast (54MB)

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20th February 2012, 03:14 PM   |  #701  
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Originally Posted by LaurensJ

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Te only problem I have with Semaphore is that I had to move the scripts to init.d by hand. The semaphore app didn't do that automatically. No big deal though!!!!

...because you haven't read the OP.
Semaphore apk. works fine after running "Busybox installer" from Market.




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20th February 2012, 03:20 PM   |  #702  
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Hi

I've flashed your ROM and it's looking really nice, but I'm getting a really strange issue. When I switch on Wifi, it immediately goes into a loop of toggling on - off really quickly, and I cannot get it to stop.

I had originally flashed the ROM, then XXJVU, and then Semaphore 0.8.1. Thinking one of those latter two caused the issue, I then flashed Slim ROM again - to restore original kernel - and then XXJVT, but the issue persists.

I was previously on AOKP by BHuval (http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1489213) without too many issues, but flashed Slim ROM as I had read it was quicker (and without some of bloatware).

If I can't get this sorted I may have to go back to AOKP.

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Just Install the 2.5 version is the best and no problems .,,.,, I had the same problem and I was forced to go back to 2.5.
20th February 2012, 03:40 PM   |  #703  
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Is there much point in including Tag.apk when there's no NFC hardware in the SGS?
20th February 2012, 03:44 PM   |  #704  
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Is there much point in including Tag.apk when there's no NFC hardware in the SGS?

no boss :P, will be fixed

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20th February 2012, 03:58 PM   |  #705  
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Originally Posted by saszseb

Try this:
-format system, data, datadata, cache
-flash the ROM
-wipe data/factory reset
-reboot
-setup your Google account
- go recovery and flash a modem, if you want.
-reboot
- after booting up go recovery
- flash Semaphore_0.8.1
- reboot.


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Hi

I tried the first 4 steps and it still does the same. Would doing the other steps make any difference? :(

I'm going to try 2.5 now, as suggested by traian4u2005.

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20th February 2012, 04:08 PM   |  #706  
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I tried the first 4 steps and it still does the same. Would doing the other steps make any difference? :(

I'm going to try 2.5 now, as suggested by traian4u2005.

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2.6 Shouldn't have any issues with Wifi now. Try fix permissions in CWM. If not flash 2.5, see everything is ok, then flash 2.6 on top of that with a clear cache/dalvik. Let me know.
20th February 2012, 04:12 PM   |  #707  
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Installing 2.5 (only so far) seems to have fixed my wifi looping issue. Very strange.

I will try flashing JVU and Semaphone 0.8.1 now.

BTW I used to run SURFACE 9.01 (based on XXJVU ROM) with Semaphore 2.5 UC to 800MHz. When I try to UC with Semaphore on ICS it just bootloops. Is that to be expected?

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2.6 Shouldn't have any issues with Wifi now. Try fix permissions in CWM. If not flash 2.5, see everything is ok, then flash 2.6 on top of that with a clear cache/dalvik. Let me know.

OK, I'll try fix permissions in CWM before flashing 2.6 - instead of doing the other steps mentioned in other post just now. Watch this space...
20th February 2012, 04:13 PM   |  #708  
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Can somebody tell me why restoring 2.5 always stick 'n' stop on Slim bootlogo?
Even refleshing kernel fails.

Please can someone post a link at the stock kernel?
I used to apply Sempaphore
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Can somebody tell me why restoring 2.5 always stick 'n' stop on Slim bootlogo?
Even refleshing kernel fails.

Please can someone post a link at the stock kernel?
I used to apply Sempaphore

It does what?do a factory reset and try flashing
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Originally Posted by philipas

Installing 2.5 (only so far) seems to have fixed my wifi looping issue. Very strange.

I will try flashing JVU and Semaphone 0.8.1 now.

BTW I used to run SURFACE 9.01 (based on XXJVU ROM) with Semaphore 2.5 UC to 800MHz. When I try to UC with Semaphore on ICS it just bootloops. Is that to be expected?

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OK, I'll try fix permissions in CWM before flashing 2.6 - instead of doing the other steps mentioned in other post just now. Watch this space...

I meant fix permissions after the 2.6 flash.

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