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23rd November 2012, 01:50 PM |#21  
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I rooted and unlocked without any issues. However, when I enter CMW and attempt to make a nandroid backup of the original Rom it says "Can't mount unlock path". I've never run into this before. Do I need to mount something in the Mounts & Storage?

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Make sure you do backup to internal sdcard, we don't have external.
 
 
23rd November 2012, 02:11 PM |#22  
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If it disables LG Security does that mean we can safely uninstall google apps like movies and books?

Dont quote me, but Im pretty sure uninstalling google Apps will still Produce a Security error. I would old off personally.


Edit: you can till safely freeze them.
23rd November 2012, 02:14 PM |#23  
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Make sure you do backup to internal sdcard, we don't have external.

WOW! I feel really stupid right now. Thanks.
23rd November 2012, 02:25 PM |#24  
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Dont quote me, but Im pretty sure uninstalling google Apps will still Produce a Security error. I would old off personally.


Edit: you can till safely freeze them.

thought version 0.5 got rid of the LG security error all together
23rd November 2012, 02:37 PM |#25  
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thought version 0.5 got rid of the LG security error all together



As I said, don't quote me, just didn't want anyone going through unnessesary crap. If it has be removed then all is good and ignore my post. Sorry for my ignorance

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Just had a huge scare! I'm running a bell og, when i got up today i turned it on, checked xda, made a post. 20 mins later i tried to turn it on and the capacitive buttons lit up but nothing on the screen...just black. I tried plugging it in to charge/computer, but the actuall screen was not turning on, only the cap. buttons.

I did adb reboot and it booted up as per normal with screen working fine. I assume this screen tearing is a result of something in the freegee, but as it wasn't permanent, only just a slight scare.

Just though people should know so they don't panic should it happen to them.
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]Just had a huge scare! I'm running a bell og, when i got up today i turned it on, checked xda, made a post. 20 mins later i tried to turn it on and the capacitive buttons lit up but nothing on the screen...just black. I tried plugging it in to charge/computer, but the actuall screen was not turning on, only the cap. buttons.

I did adb reboot and it booted up as per normal with screen working fine. I assume this screen tearing is a result of something in the freegee, but as it wasn't permanent, only just a slight scare.

Just though people should know so they don't panic should it happen to them.


We appreciate you letting us know about any bugs. However it's unlikely this was caused my freegee. Your original kernel and ramdisk are intact, minus the single change made to disable security checks. I think it's more an LG bug, but if it does happen again let us know and pull the logcat and kmsg for us.
24th November 2012, 03:28 PM |#27  
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This is to unlock the bootloader?
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This is to unlock the bootloader?

Yes, that's what this does.

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24th November 2012, 04:24 PM |#29  
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I just removed a bunch of Rogers and fido apps and did not receive the security error upon reboot

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24th November 2012, 04:58 PM |#30  
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I just removed a bunch of Rogers and fido apps and did not receive the security error upon reboot

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I can't remove the Rogers apps. When I attempt to remove them with titanium it says "can't find .apk" Weird, because it will allow me to freeze them. We should begin a list in another thread in regards to which systems apps can be removed without consequence. Some of the service apps may pose problems when deleted if they are embedded into the Rom.

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Imma start a E971 thread probably Monday when I get home, for now ull have to delete the apks from /system/vendor/aps-rgs and /data/app-system then reboot and they should be gone

Also make sure you have 0.5 of freegee

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