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[Q] NeoV CarbonRom issue please help

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1st September 2014, 01:13 AM   |  #1  
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Hello everybody!
I am a reader of your site for quite some time and i have found what i need more than enough times. But this time i need your help.
So, i have Xperia NeoV (MT11i) and i have done the following:
Rooted
Unlocked Bootloader
Installed CWM
Installed SuperFusion Kernel
and flashed CarbonRom ( http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2570921 )
All seems to be working fine but when the C logo apperas the dots under it just keep going back and forth (loading) for no matter how long i am leaving the cellphone at this state.
Did i do something wrong?
Am i missing something?

Thank you in advance!

P.S @Moderators This is my first topic so any corrections about where it should been or not are very welcomed. I have also done my search to the forum and didnt find something to help me so thats why i am asking in a new post.
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1st September 2014, 03:57 PM   |  #2  
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Originally Posted by Sarriman

Hello everybody!
I am a reader of your site for quite some time and i have found what i need more than enough times. But this time i need your help.
So, i have Xperia NeoV (MT11i) and i have done the following:
Rooted
Unlocked Bootloader
Installed CWM
Installed SuperFusion Kernel
and flashed CarbonRom ( http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2570921 )
All seems to be working fine but when the C logo apperas the dots under it just keep going back and forth (loading) for no matter how long i am leaving the cellphone at this state.
Did i do something wrong?
Am i missing something?

Thank you in advance!

P.S @Moderators This is my first topic so any corrections about where it should been or not are very welcomed. I have also done my search to the forum and didnt find something to help me so thats why i am asking in a new post.

Install the kernel inside the zip file. Super fusion is not a kitkat kernel
1st September 2014, 10:12 PM   |  #3  
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Install the kernel inside the zip file. Super fusion is not a kitkat kernel

Ok! Thanks man!
2nd September 2014, 12:44 PM   |  #4  
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Ok here is another pair of problems.

I successfully installed CARBON-KK-NIGHTLY-20140710-2001-haida on NeoV with DarkKernel CM11.0 but i had no sound.
After flashing back to CARBON-KK-NIGHTLY-20140525-1249-haida sound is working fine but the WiFi is not even going "active" mode.

Sorry if i am asking noob questions, and thanks for help!
2nd September 2014, 02:02 PM   |  #5  
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Ok here is another pair of problems.

I successfully installed CARBON-KK-NIGHTLY-20140710-2001-haida on NeoV with DarkKernel CM11.0 but i had no sound.
After flashing back to CARBON-KK-NIGHTLY-20140525-1249-haida sound is working fine but the WiFi is not even going "active" mode.

Sorry if i am asking noob questions, and thanks for help!

If I'm not wrong, latest dark kernel is ION kernel and Carbon uses PMEM kernel.

Again, use the kernel inside the zip (unless you're really sure of compatibility), it's the only one that ensures that everything will work fine
3rd September 2014, 08:07 PM   |  #6  
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"not even a clue i had, that thus ROM.zip had kernel in its heart"

Sorry for asking all this noob question but i am entering "hardcorly" this hole area of cellphones the past days and i am starting from the zero.
Any noob-guides around to find out alone all those differences and acronyms around? Cause really man, this "If I'm not wrong, latest dark kernel is ION kernel and Carbon uses PMEM kernel." sound like barking too my nooby ears!

With all the respect and gratitude!

I also experienced so far (2-3 days) URBAN battery drain out... About half an hour ago i had around 30% (which got there from 100% in 3 and a half hours) and once i tried to make a call battery drop from 30 to 0 percentage and the cell went dead...I hope it was the kernel's malfunction!
4th September 2014, 09:25 AM   |  #7  
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"not even a clue i had, that thus ROM.zip had kernel in its heart"

Sorry for asking all this noob question but i am entering "hardcorly" this hole area of cellphones the past days and i am starting from the zero.
Any noob-guides around to find out alone all those differences and acronyms around? Cause really man, this "If I'm not wrong, latest dark kernel is ION kernel and Carbon uses PMEM kernel." sound like barking too my nooby ears!

With all the respect and gratitude!

I also experienced so far (2-3 days) URBAN battery drain out... About half an hour ago i had around 30% (which got there from 100% in 3 and a half hours) and once i tried to make a call battery drop from 30 to 0 percentage and the cell went dead...I hope it was the kernel's malfunction!

Kernel is the "boot.img" file inside the ROM.zip file

For a good acronym explanation, better use Google. But as a general rule, use always the kernel inside the ROM.zip file. Note that the ROM has been compiled with this kernel. So it's the only one that ensures you that everything will work


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