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[UNOFFICIAL][L900] Baked BlackBean 7.1 30JAN13

31st January 2013, 02:25 AM |#21  
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Re: [UNOFFICIAL][L900] Baked BlackBean 7.1 30JAN13
Quick question...I was running blackbean on tab...and I didnt have to reformat sd card...does anyone know if this is the case for the note 2? Does it support exfat?

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31st January 2013, 03:44 AM |#22  
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Been running this all day today. No issues other then camera (known) & I can't get WiFi tether to work.
Post above this one, I'm not positive, but I think you have to format to fat32, this rom is based off of cm so. Someone correct if wrong.
Thanks again kbizzle, I think I'm gonna sit tight right here on this rom & see what happens.

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31st January 2013, 08:29 AM |#23  
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Re: [UNOFFICIAL][L900] Baked BlackBean 7.1 30JAN13
Funny.. Flashed this earlier on my s2
Now it's here for my phone

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31st January 2013, 01:07 PM |#24  
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just want to know if there is supposed to be any issues with sdcard after flashing this rom?
31st January 2013, 01:55 PM |#25  
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yes! I used blackbean on my gs3 and loved it.

can't wait to see the progress of this one.
31st January 2013, 01:57 PM |#26  
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just want to know if there is supposed to be any issues with sdcard after flashing this rom?

I didn't experience any.

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31st January 2013, 01:59 PM |#27  
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just wondering because the roms in this section, I see where people are having to format their sdcards and such, so, no problems at all then?
31st January 2013, 02:00 PM |#28  
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Now I can buy the Note 2...didn't want to leave Black Bean on my GS3 :thumbup:

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31st January 2013, 02:01 PM |#29  
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just wondering because the roms in this section, I see where people are having to format their sdcards and such, so, no problems at all then?

I didn't. Now, the issue I have seen was the sdcard would become corrupt. I have flashed multiple times while testing and haven't had that issue. Is there some other issue other than that?

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I guess I was getting confused with that issue AOSP roms are having, and I assume this isn't that type of rom.
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