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8th June 2012, 04:48 AM |#501  
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I just uploaded a BRICKFIX AOKP 37 so if you can at the end, ODIN flash AGAT CWM, and just flash AOKP 37 once so we can know it is safe also.

Okay, good timing as I'm just finishing up step 6 for the second go round.
 
 
8th June 2012, 04:48 AM |#502  
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Gotcha.

Okay, here goes nothin

Just got a break and a little late to the excitement here.
Thanks Esoteric68 for being willing to give this a go! And once again thanks to sfhub for the work and being right on top of it. Watching this with excitement. More XDA awesomeness here.
8th June 2012, 04:51 AM |#503  
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I just uploaded a BRICKFIX AOKP 37 so if you can at the end, ODIN flash AGAT CWM, and just flash AOKP 37 once so we can know it is safe also.

Go through steps 1-6 again but with AOKP brickfix and update kernel instead of CM9, yeah?

FYI second set of testing (starting off by flashing Agat's ROM) completed with no troubles.

Will report back after the AOKP series is completed.
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8th June 2012, 04:58 AM |#504  
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If you have the energy to go through the whole set, sure, but I was just going to say flash AOKP BRICKFIXv1 once to make sure it works too (make sure to flash AGAT CWM repack first)

I think if you actually flashed AOKP for the whole test plan, we can be very confident there is no luck involved, as that will be something like 6 flashes of CM9, 3 flashes of AOKP, 3 factory resets, 3 nandroid restores, and 1 flash of mostly stock FF02
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If you have the energy to go through the whole set, sure, but I was just going to say flash AOKP BRICKFIXv1 once to make sure it works too (make sure to flash AGAT CWM repack first)

I think if you actually flashed AOKP for the whole test plan, we can be very confident there is no luck involved, as that will be something like 6 flashes of CM9, 3 flashes of AOKP, 3 factory resets, 3 nandroid restores, and 1 flash of mostly stock FF02

I'm in the groove, may as well give it one more run through just to be sure.

Will report back shortly (btw I might need new volume and power buttons for my phone when I'm done lol)
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I'm in the groove, may as well give it one more run through just to be sure.

Will report back shortly (btw I might need new volume and power buttons for my phone when I'm done lol)

I think you already know, but for the Recovery portion, you can use the capacitative buttons.

Up, Down, Back, Select (in left to right order)
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8th June 2012, 05:33 AM |#507  
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I think you already know, but for the Recovery portion, you can use the capacitative buttons.

Up, Down, Back, Select (in left to right order)

Thankfully lol

Okay the first flash of AOKP brickfix went fine, so I'm going to continue on down the list and see how it goes.

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Okay, steps 1-6 completed using the AOKP files. No issues to report. Home screen change was present following the Nandroid restore.

I've never had such a high Odin count lol thank god for the usb jig!
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Thankfully lol

Okay the first flash of AOKP brickfix went fine, so I'm going to continue on down the list and see how it goes.

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Okay, steps 1-6 completed using the AOKP files. No issues to report. Home screen change was present following the Nandroid restore.

You are awesome. Thanks so much for taking the risk.

Now I'm off to recruit a few more testers to make sure you don't have a super-phone that is immune to bricks.
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You are awesome. Thanks so much for taking the risk.

Now I'm off to recruit a few more testers to make sure you don't have a super-phone that is immune to bricks.

My pleasure glad I could help.

I'm going to give my phone (and my brain) some much needed rest now.

Thank you for working so hard on this and good luck with future testing!
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8th June 2012, 05:47 AM |#510  
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Looks like you guys may have it licked, Congratulations!
Way to go, Esoteric!

I would offer my phone up for testing, but...

Well, I hope y'all understand...
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Looks like you guys may have it licked, Congratulations!
Way to go, Esoteric!

I would offer my phone up for testing, but...

Well, I hope y'all understand...

Totally understand. Your contribution (sacrifice) is what helped move this thing forward and kept others from bricking during the same process.

Thank you
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