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ROM: Liberated Aria Froyo Series FR008 12/13/2010 **Fully working OC Kernel**

26th October 2010, 02:45 PM |#21  
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I have two questions about this ROM:
1.-Is it possible to hide the clock from status bar? and,
2.-How to enable wake system from trackball?
Thanks for your answers

Hiding the clock probably not, but trackball wake should work. I tried the wake on the initial post of this rom, but when the phone sleeps for a couple of minutes it quit waking. Maybe we should look at how Cyanogen is doing it on Froyo.
 
 
26th October 2010, 02:49 PM |#22  
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Thanks! any chance for a deodexed version?
26th October 2010, 03:02 PM |#23  
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just finished installing and re-building my phone. I now have the joys of flash, betterness of Froyo, and the exact same look as my CM6 setup. Just need to make optical wake up work and change my lock screen and i'll be good until the official AT&T Froyo Rom gets released and liberated.

again many thanks to attn1.
26th October 2010, 03:04 PM |#24  
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Flawless upgrade
Upgraded from R0012 and everything came over successfully.

Been playing with it for about 30 minutes and no issues yet.

Great job attn1!
26th October 2010, 03:12 PM |#25  
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just finished installing and re-building my phone. I now have the joys of flash, betterness of Froyo, and the exact same look as my CM6 setup. Just need to make optical wake up work and change my lock screen and i'll be good until the official AT&T Froyo Rom gets released and liberated.

again many thanks to attn1.

how do you have the exact same look as CM6?
26th October 2010, 03:30 PM |#26  
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Good Stuff Buddy. As always.
26th October 2010, 03:36 PM |#27  
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Question Installation Error
Installation error. I tried to install this ROM from clockwork (rebooting into this via plugging in the power and reboodting) and then it gave me an error saying the following... please help


Can’t symlink /system/bin/bugreport
E: failure at line 10: symlink dumpstate system:bin/bugreport installation aborted

what should I do??
26th October 2010, 03:38 PM |#28  
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Installation error. I tried to install this ROM from clockwork (rebooting into this via plugging in the power and reboodting) and then it gave me an error saying the following... please help


Can’t symlink /system/bin/bugreport
E: failure at line 10: symlink dumpstate system:bin/bugreport installation aborted

what should I do??

unplug it b4 entering clockwork.
26th October 2010, 03:49 PM |#29  
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Just installed and no issues so far. I can tell things are faster though ... was coming from liberated 12

Sent from my HTC Liberty using XDA App
26th October 2010, 03:52 PM |#30  
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unplug it b4 entering clockwork.

Such a rookie question. How to enter clockwork without rom-manager and plugging it in?? please help.
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