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[Q] PARANOIDANDROID V1.6 and Sprint S II Epic Touch

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By xFed, Member on 21st June 2012, 09:41 PM
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Is the Sprint Galaxy S II a supported device for the PARANOIDANDROID V1.6 ROM. When i check on the site it does not mention it as a supported devices on the Paranoid Android site. Just want to check before a flash my device.
22nd June 2012, 12:18 AM |#2  
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Ours is a kang I believe, but the S2 is supported. From their website:

This is our list of currently supported devices
•25th April 2012, International Galaxy Nexus (Maguro) - XDA Thread
•27th April 2012, Verizon Galaxy Nexus (Toro) – XDA Thread
•30th April 2012, Sprint Galaxy Nexus (ToroPlus) – XDA Thread
•4rd May 2012, International Galaxy S2 (I9100) - XDA Thread
•18th May 2012, AT&T Galaxy S2 (I777) – XDA Thread
22nd June 2012, 04:11 AM |#3  
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22nd June 2012, 07:58 AM |#4  
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Hoping someone will be kind enough to help me out or send this over to the dev thread.

Flashed from fresh El26_Stock, flashed ROM and Gapps successfully. Was running beautifully. While setting things up, accidentally toggled Airplane mode. An hour later managed to get it toggled back, lost signal for several reboots. Shut it down for a while and it came back up. Maybe just a bug?

My real issue now is I am unable to boot into recovery. Tried every way I can think of (ROM Manager, Reboot Menu, Hard/Soft Keys) and I got nothing. Any ideas? Thanks for your help.

Edit: Dev Thread answered the Recovery issue this morning.

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