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Please send me a PM and I will promptly fix the list.
Look at post #3 for more information on how to flash this ROM.
For questions/issues regarding this ROM, please post in this thread. Team FireFly and I will try our best to answer/address your concerns.
If I did not respond to your question/concern, don't get mad. It gets pretty hectic sometimes.
If you want to represent FireFly in your signature and don't want to worry about continuously updating it as the versions go on, then use this sigpic. It will be updated automatically with each update.
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Place the following code in your signature.
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DO NOT FLASH WITH THE USB PLUGGED IN!! YOU WILL NOT HAVE SIGNAL WHEN THE PHONE BOOTS.
Hold vol down + vol up
Hold power button
I wait for att screen, (keep holding)then for screen to go off,(keep holding) then the second time the att screen comes up release power button.
LINK TO ODIN ONE CLICK STOCK
1.Start odin first
2.Plug in usb to computer
3.Hold down vol up + vol down(not power)
4.Plug usb into phone
5.When you see the android with shovel, your in download mode!
How to flash FireFlyRoms.
Roms Should be Flashed will 100% battery
1. BACK UP!!!
2. Flash to stock
2a. Wait for it to reboot and then re-enable debugging, hook phone back up to pc and Master Clear
3. Load Clock Work update zip (attached at end of post) and new rom file to Phone memory
4. Remove sim and external SD, and unplug from USB
5. Boot into Recovery and reinstall packages (You may have to reinstall packages twice to get to clockwork recovery)
6. Once in Clock work recovery (Green Text) Select install zip from SDcard
7. Next Select Choose zip from sdcard
8. Scroll down to Firefly.x and select.
9. If prompted on reboot to select an option choose with backup and restore. (for auto lagfix)
10. Let it finish and dont touch it till you see the launcher screen. Will this take awhile? YES
How To Disable Vodoo
1.Open A file Explorer ex. Root Explorer
2.Navigate to the Vodoo Folder
3.Inside the Vodoo Folder create a Folder Named disable-lagfix
5.It will seem to hang on the boot screen Just leave it alone till it fully boots
Or Download attached zip file, unzip and move folder to vodoo folder and reboot and then sit back and wait. It will take awhile so just leave it be
Wipe Battery Stats
1. Connect the phone to the charger with the phone powered on, and allow the phone to charge until it shows 100%
2. Disconnect the phone from the charger, and power it off.
3. Reconnect the phone to the charger with the phone powered off, and allow the phone to charge until the battery indicator shows 100% (you can use vol-up/vol-down to make the indicator come back up when the screen goes to sleep).
3a. Repeat step 1, 2, 3
4. Disconnect the phone from the charger and power it on.
5. Once the phone is powered completely on, power it off again and reconnect it to the charger until the battery indicator shows 100%.
6. Disconnect the phone, power it on, and use it.
7. Use ADB or a Terminal Emulator to run the following command:
7a. Reboot into clock work Recovery, and choose advanced CWM features and select wipe battery stats
How to back up your APPS + data (not system data) with Titanium Backup
Go to the market and download and install Titanium Backup
Load up Titanium Backup and allow super user.
Go into Preferences and change Backup Folder name to external_sd/TitaniumBackup (this will save a copy of the files to your external SD card for restoring after flash) then click back and it will reload.
Now go to batch and select backup all user apps. Select the apps you want and hit run batch (top of the screen) once it is finished (you will know as there is a notification in the drop down that it is done) Double check you external sd for the Titanium Backup folder, if it is there then you are good, if not double check the spelling. Make sure it is an underscore between external and sd. ex. external-sd = Wrong..... external_sd = right so it should read external_sd/TitaniumBackup
Ok So you Fully Bricked your Captivate Here is a last ray of hope
Themes and Stuff
Disable Vodoo before flashing themes like blackfroyo with recovery.
Voltage Settings (If Kernal Supports OC/UV)
VoltageApp settings will stick until reboot, but to get them to stay after rebooting, this is what worked for me; You will need Root Explorer for this one
Setup Voltage App like you want
Menu>Apply for Now
Menu>Save as boot settings
Open Root Explorer
Navigate to /etc/init.d
Locate file saved for boot settings (S_volt_scheduler)
Rename "S_volt_scheduler" to "S_98_volt_scheduler"
Open VoltageApp to verify settings stuck
Just read the read me first. then the .Doc Make sure you are at Stock JH7 (I didnt try jf6) and root with busy Box (Super One click by CLShort Fuse worked for me)
Then Step 2,3 and 4. Monitor your phone for SU access attempts, it has several and be patient and read what its asking you to look for,
Now if you havent Backed up your NV_data then now is the time. I Use root explorer and just copy the /efs folder to a safe place (I have a copy on my ext. sd card and a backup hard drive)
You can also Use SGS tools (not SGS tool Box) to do a product code check. This also copies all of the pertenant NV_Data files to a folder on your internal SD card. you can use these also if you want.
Flashing JPP Modem to enable 850
The only guaranteed method for enabling 850 on jpp that is proven to work every time is to:
Flash stock using odin
Flash jg8 modem
Flash rom with jpp modem
Hopping around to other modems and back to jpp after this will kill 850 as well.
For some this is not an issue as they are in areas where 850 is not utilized by AT&T but for others jpp will cause headaches if they try using it without following these steps.
Themes and Graphics
Disable Vodoo before flashing themes like blackfroyo with recovery. (if Running vodoo)
How to change Boot Animation.
1.Find the animation that you want (most be compatible with captivate)
2.Copy bootanimation.zip (it must be named this) with a file explorer that gets you to system files ex. Root explorer to system/media
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