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kejar31

Inactive Recognized Developer
May 24, 2010
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If you want to use the 4.0.4 Gapps (which work 100% and include the new Camera and Browser) you will need to do a data wipe.

Here are the 4.0.4 Gapps.. These Gapps should work with any 4.0.3 ROM.. Although if you are installing them for the first time you will need to do a data wipe.. So while your at it and wiping data why not go ahead and try out the new GummyNex;-)

Enjoy :)



Files
  • 4.0.4 Gapps 020512 - Requires a data wipe if this is the first time you are installing these
  • Md5Sum - 042f8395d32af4660f70ddd1764f416f
Add-ons:
  • None ATM
Updates / Fixes:
  • None ATM
Donate:
 

dp92180

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Apr 21, 2008
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This is sooooo tempting, but too far from home to try it...will do it first thing.


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mbh87

Senior Member
Jun 16, 2010
6,500
1,028
Idaho
Flashed on RootzBoat and everything appears to be working perfectly fine. Thanks for these Kejar.

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Gahh Its Lee

Senior Member
Oct 2, 2010
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254
I think he means you have to wipe then install rom then install gapps. Like you normally would when flashing.

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scoppola

Senior Member
Oct 7, 2007
77
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Can you tell us why we must wipe data? I'm just curious. Are there certain folders we can wipe to not have to do a whole device re-do?

Simple why: Because some apps will be unstable if you don't.
Real reason why: Some apps probably changed their data format a bit, making them incompatible with data from the older version.

In theory, you can go into app management and delete data for these apps, but there are almost 40 of them in this update. Sounds a bit dangerous.
 
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HybridByNature

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Nov 15, 2010
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Simple why: Because some apps will be unstable if you don't.
Real reason why: Some apps probably changed their data format a bit, making them incompatible with data from the older version.

In theory, you can go into app management and delete data for these apps, but there are almost 40 of them in this update. Sounds a bit dangerous.

That was a really good explanation. Thank you for that.
 

Hilbe

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Jan 26, 2010
275
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Fishers, IN
Simple why: Because some apps will be unstable if you don't.
Real reason why: Some apps probably changed their data format a bit, making them incompatible with data from the older version.

In theory, you can go into app management and delete data for these apps, but there are almost 40 of them in this update. Sounds a bit dangerous.

Any chance we could get a list? Or better yet a CWM flash-able zip that wipes the data on those apps :)
 
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sway40

Senior Member
Jul 11, 2009
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245
Houston Tx
You def need to wipe, I tried for the hell of it without wiping just flashed a rom and cleared dalvik and cache. Nothing worked from Google except maps, so ima wipe later and do it right. Maybe even the blue will come back to my signal and 3g and 4g instead of being grey all the time.

~ Sent from my Gnexus running Cm9~
 

mldiroff

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Jul 9, 2010
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Has anyone who's currently running Gummy with 4.03 apps had success flashing over? Or did that also require data wipe, reflash ROM, flash 4.04 apps?

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sway40

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Jul 11, 2009
1,001
245
Houston Tx
Has anyone who's currently running Gummy with 4.03 apps had success flashing over? Or did that also require data wipe, reflash ROM, flash 4.04 apps?

Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using Tapatalk

You have to wipe no matter what rom your on bc of the old data it has to replace overwriting won't work. Gotta start fresh.

~ Sent from my Gnexus running Cm9~
 
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sway40

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Houston Tx
So i can confirm if anyone is having the problem with the signal bars and 3g/4g staying grey not turning blue, wiping data and flashing 4.0.4 gapps as fresh install brings it back to normal.
 

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    If you want to use the 4.0.4 Gapps (which work 100% and include the new Camera and Browser) you will need to do a data wipe.

    Here are the 4.0.4 Gapps.. These Gapps should work with any 4.0.3 ROM.. Although if you are installing them for the first time you will need to do a data wipe.. So while your at it and wiping data why not go ahead and try out the new GummyNex;-)

    Enjoy :)



    Files
    • 4.0.4 Gapps 020512 - Requires a data wipe if this is the first time you are installing these
    • Md5Sum - 042f8395d32af4660f70ddd1764f416f
    Add-ons:
    • None ATM
    Updates / Fixes:
    • None ATM
    Donate:
    1
    Can you tell us why we must wipe data? I'm just curious. Are there certain folders we can wipe to not have to do a whole device re-do?

    Simple why: Because some apps will be unstable if you don't.
    Real reason why: Some apps probably changed their data format a bit, making them incompatible with data from the older version.

    In theory, you can go into app management and delete data for these apps, but there are almost 40 of them in this update. Sounds a bit dangerous.
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    Simple why: Because some apps will be unstable if you don't.
    Real reason why: Some apps probably changed their data format a bit, making them incompatible with data from the older version.

    In theory, you can go into app management and delete data for these apps, but there are almost 40 of them in this update. Sounds a bit dangerous.

    Any chance we could get a list? Or better yet a CWM flash-able zip that wipes the data on those apps :)
    1
    Has anyone who's currently running Gummy with 4.03 apps had success flashing over? Or did that also require data wipe, reflash ROM, flash 4.04 apps?

    Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using Tapatalk

    You have to wipe no matter what rom your on bc of the old data it has to replace overwriting won't work. Gotta start fresh.

    ~ Sent from my Gnexus running Cm9~
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    You have to wipe no matter what rom your on bc of the old data it has to replace overriding won't work. Gotta start fresh.

    ~ Sent from my Gnexus running Cm9~

    Thanks very much for clarifying.

    Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using Tapatalk