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15th November 2013, 10:41 AM   |  #1261  
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Can you guys help me on this I am new to Samsung ... i just flashed omega rom yesterday...after that i updated the omega files through playstore and noticed the latest stock kernel which is N9005_Stock_Kernel_XXUBMI7...hence i decided to flash into my phone through twrp recovery...the kernel successfully flashed but my baseband version remains at
Bmj1... anyone here can tell me where to update my baseband or is it necessary to update it? Thanks a lot


Another problem is that I can't connect to Wi-Fi after flashing the kernel... need help asap thanks...

Baseband or modem is a seperate thing and not in the kernel.
Not to confuse with wifi, when talking about modem, we are talking about that piece of software that 's connecting you to your provider.
Wifi however is a part of the kernel just like GPS.
When scanning for wifi, nothing appears or is just not connecting to your router?
So a few things to try:
Reflash your "old" kernel
Just reset your router and see what this gives
15th November 2013, 04:22 PM   |  #1262  
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It's okay I flash the mj kernel into it and the Wi-Fi worked again... BTW can I ask which base band or radio currently is the most stable and battery saving?

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15th November 2013, 04:44 PM   |  #1263  
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It's okay I flash the mj kernel into it and the Wi-Fi worked again... BTW can I ask which base band or radio currently is the most stable and battery saving?

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That really depends on your region and provider.
On the S2 and S3 i tested a lot of them and in my case, there was hardly any difference between them.
But if you have a good signal, i would leave it by that for now till more are available.
And i think it wouldn't take long before Sammy will release a KitKat rom.
16th November 2013, 12:44 AM   |  #1264  
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not quite sure the following steps:

1. how to backup my current stock rom? before i flash omega rom. in case anything happen, i can still restore my current stock rom.

2. how to flash custom recovery? which mentioned in the omega installation process. what is it for?

tks in advance!

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16th November 2013, 07:46 AM   |  #1265  
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no issues so far. let play first
16th November 2013, 09:18 AM   |  #1266  
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Is this rom more or less battery friendly than stock of SUPERSLIM stock rom (Djembey) ?
16th November 2013, 09:48 AM   |  #1267  
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not quite sure the following steps:

1. how to backup my current stock rom? before i flash omega rom. in case anything happen, i can still restore my current stock rom.

2. how to flash custom recovery? which mentioned in the omega installation process. what is it for?

tks in advance!

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I think you can find your current rom somewhere on XDA, just download (as tar) and save it on your pc.
Download and flash it with PC odin from this thread after you have rooted your device and be sure you get the one especially for your device.
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2454079

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Is this rom more or less battery friendly than stock of SUPERSLIM stock rom (Djembey) ?

Only run stock for about 3 hours, so don't really know about stock, but here are some numbers you may can compare:
10 hours standby, lost 3% battery
Watching movies, on 1 charge, brightness between 65 and 70%, various kind like mkv, avi, divx, 9+ hours.
Playing Angry Birds, about 6 hours i think.
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16th November 2013, 02:10 PM   |  #1268  
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Hi.
With Rom OMEGA, Dead Trigger 2 is not possible to download on the french Play Store.
"Devis not compatible"

Solution ?
Thanks.
17th November 2013, 05:07 PM   |  #1269  
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It's possible To disable sub simbols in stock keyboard?

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You can try something. You have to edit the file features.xml which is in /system/csc.

You must delete the part in red.

Exemple :

<CscFeature_Sip_UseSymbolInCMKey>true</CscFeature_Sip_UseSymbolInCMKey>
<CscFeature_Sip_EnableSymbolInSecondary>en_GB;en_US;fr_FR;az;ca;cs;da;de;et;es;eu;el;fr;ga;gl;ka;hr;it;is;k k;lv;lt;hu;nb;nl;pl;pt;ru;ro;fi;sr;sk;sl;sv;tr;uk; ko;hy;bg;ar;fa;ur;iw;ja;th;vi;zh;uz;in;mk;ms</CscFeature_Sip_EnableSymbolInSecondary>

I use french azerty keyboard which hasn't sub symbol enabled. I add fr_FR to activate it so I think if you remove ;en_GB;en_US; you will remove sub symbol.
Make a copy of the feature.xml file before is a good idea

Good luck
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17th November 2013, 06:12 PM   |  #1270  
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Hello Omega friends,
I started tonight the new Omega v4.0 based on the latest firmware XXUDMJ7
more later, stay tuned....
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