[GT-I9195][ROM][Official][4.2.2] CyanogenMod 10.1 Nightlies/Stable for S4 Mini LTE

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kicksilver

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Mar 22, 2012
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Hi @arco68

I am using your ROM, and I like it very much.

But there's an annoying bug: the device reboots randomly, more than once a day.

Do you have any idea why this is happening?
I did a fresh install of cm10.1.3 stable.

Also, there seems to be some issue related to the camera flash. I mean, the screen freezes for a sec when trying to focus manually with flash enabled. If I turn it off, it works flawlessly.

I hope you can fix this. This is the best.

Thanks!!
 
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iKlutz

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Feb 9, 2013
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Hi @arco68

I am using your ROM, and I like it very much.

But there's an annoying bug: the device reboots randomly, more than once a day.

Do you have any idea why this is happening?
I did a fresh install of cm10.1.3 stable.

Also, there seems to be some issue related to the camera flash. I mean, the screen freezes for a sec when trying to focus manually with flash enabled. If I turn it off, it works flawlessly.

I hope you can fix this. This is the best.

Thanks!!

Yup I experience the same, plus audio quality can be terrible sometimes. The rest is absolutely fine.

Nothing will be fixed until cm10.2 as this is the final revision of cm10.1.

Sent from my GT-I9195 using Tapatalk 2
 

korc

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Oct 6, 2011
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Yup I experience the same, plus audio quality can be terrible sometimes. The rest is absolutely fine.

Nothing will be fixed until cm10.2 as this is the final revision of cm10.1.

Sent from my GT-I9195 using Tapatalk 2


Anyone else experiencing these problems? I want to flash CM 10.1 stable to my wife's phone, but if it reboots itself few times per day...
 

Whosat

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May 9, 2013
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I do not have those problems.

Did a clean install of CM10.1 after rooting the device one and a half week ago and the phone runs totaly smooth with no reboots or other issues.

Same here. No reboots since I installed 10.1.3 stable. Since moved to the latest nightly and still no reboots. Audio quality sounds fine and constant to me.
 

FaulFels

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Jun 15, 2011
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Yup I experience the same, plus audio quality can be terrible sometimes.

Some minutes ago I had a spontanious reboot:
I was listening to a podcast, when suddenly the sound began to beep, getting louder and louder, resulting in a reboot to safe mode. Never had this before. Don't have any logs, but will investigate further and try to reproduce this bug…

(I'm on CM10.1.3 stable and for now don't know if it's rom or app related)
 
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Whosat

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Some minutes ago I had a spontanious reboot:
I was listening to a podcast, when suddenly the sound began to beep, getting louder and louder, resulting in a reboot to safe mode. Never had this before. Don't have any logs, but will investigate further and try to reproduce this bug…

(I'm on CM10.1.3 stable and for now don't know if it's rom or app related)

Never happened to me. Perhaps you could post the link to the podcast here to see if we can reproduce?

Also, we should keep bug reports to the discussion thread. Only development discussions should be done in this release thread. :)
 
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FaulFels

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Never happened to me. Perhaps you could post the link to the podcast here to see if we can reproduce?

It was just a german radio show. I will investigate further and also see if it was maybe the app I use for podcasting…

Also, we should keep bug reports to the discussion thread. Only development discussions should be done in this release thread. :)

I'm sorry, just before the GT-I9195 I had a Defy and in that forum bug reporting was done in development thread for further investigation and the discussion thread was only for Q&A, newbees and other stuff… just thought it might be rom related that's why I posted it here…
 

Whosat

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May 9, 2013
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I'm sorry, just before the GT-I9195 I had a Defy and in that forum bug reporting was done in development thread for further investigation and the discussion thread was only for Q&A, newbees and other stuff… just thought it might be rom related that's why I posted it here…

Over here, any rom - related bugs and all non-development related discussions are in the general discussion thread.

This is to allow forum newbies to post there as well as the forum restricts users with too few posts from replying in development forums, among other things. :)
 

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    GT-I9190 USERS

    I've built an unofficial test version of CM 10.1 for that device. If you could test it and see if it works decently, I can push it into official CM nightlies. I suppose it will work just as the GT-I9195 version, since it's pretty much the same device except for NFC and LTE.

    Download here: http://www.mediafire.com/download/qbfwc1nmltsao90/cm-10.1-20130906-UNOFFICIAL-serrano3gxx.zip
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    sorry for going off-topic but sir Arco, do you think you'll be able to build cm10.2 for this device when your finished this version?
    Yes, of course. :)
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    CM 10.1.3 for GT-I9190 is now available for download.

    http://get.cm/?device=serrano3gxx