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I know this is a brand new nightly build, but I'm not able to enable wifi. It just sits there saying it's turning it on. I did a full wipe before flashing the nightly build and the latest GAPPS, got nothing for the Wifi...

Nevermind, after a reboot the back icon changed to that it should be.

Roach, when do you think full support for the dock will be baked in? Not looking for an ETA really, just where it is on your to-do list.
 
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I know this is a brand new nightly build, but I'm not able to enable wifi. It just sits there saying it's turning it on. I did a full wipe before flashing the nightly build and the latest GAPPS, got nothing for the Wifi...

Also just noticed that the icon for the back arrow is a down arrow instead.
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If you can post some logcat output of when you try to turn on wifi in the ticket it will help a great deal.

I do already know about the down/back arrow. It seems to fix itself when you launch a new application.
 
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You can be the first to log bugzilla ticket for me - https://bugs.teameos.org/

If you can post some logcat output of when you try to turn on wifi in the ticket it will help a great deal.

I do already know about the down/back arrow. It seems to fix itself when you launch a new application.
I'd love to grab a logcat for you, but I've never done it before. What's the process and I'll get right on that.
 
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I'm not able to enable wifi. It just sits there saying it's turning it on. I did a full wipe before flashing the nightly build and the latest GAPPS, got nothing for the Wifi...

Nevermind, after a reboot the back icon changed to that it should be.
My wifi works.......restoring my google apps as i type this.
After restore, ill test more........

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I'd love to grab a logcat for you, but I've never done it before. What's the process and I'll get right on that.
In CMD.......with your TF connected

adb logcat > c:/logcat.txt
or an app that does it for you..
aLogcat (free) - logcat
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In CMD.......with your TF connected

adb logcat > c:/logcat.txt
Easy enough. Now as far as timing, do I try to turn on wifi first, let it sit for a while, then do the logcat?

I'm on the standard build myself. But I have the cornerstone one available too. Might give that a try after, or just try wiping and reinstalling after I get the logcat.

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