[ROM][GT-I9100][4.0.4] CyanogenMod 9 nightly builds | DISCUSSION THREAD

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Re-FleX_NL

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Ok thanks for that but if i get no support whats the meaning of flashing that? And why siyah kernel???

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CamoGeko

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Ok thanks for that but if i get no support whats the meaning of flashing that? And why siyah kernel???

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Siyah was the most stable for me out of all the custom kernels.

No support means you can only ask in the Siyah thread if you get into issues.
 
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Re-FleX_NL

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Iam trying out now... so far it looks very good. But my vibration stopped working.... Somebody has a clue what that can be??? i have siyah kernel 5.1 with NO vibration on CM9?????
 
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shokod

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Please help - no connection

Hi all, I was wondering if anyone would be able to help me, though I am afraid I may be ^%$$

I have a Credo (Sprint EPIC 4g) Samsung Galaxy S-II that I just flashed with CM 9.1.0-galaxys2.zip I had to use ODIN because I couldn't get it to work with CWM or with Siyah.

I flashed it successfully and CM works EXCEPT that I cannot connect to anything. NO wi-fi. NO mobile data. even the USB doesn't connect! I've tried wiping data/cache/davlik and re-flashing CM and that does nothing. I've tried manually adding my provider (Credo)'s APN, and that still doesn't work. My computer doesn't have bluetooth so I'm not sure if that would connect. At this point, I have no other ROM on my SD card to try flashing and I obviously cannot transfer any new ROMs onto my phone as it won't recognize.

I don't know what the next step should be. PLEASE HELP! I would be most appreciative.

Specs:
Model number GT-I9100
CM version: 9.1.0-galaxys2
Kernel 3.0.32-CM-ge9cef6c
Android version: 4.0.4
CWM v6.0.1.2
ro.bootloader=unknown
ro.hardware=smdk4210
ro.revision=12
ro.emmc=0
init.svc.recovery=running
init.svc.adbd=stopping
service.adb.root=1
 

dracula8275

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Strange problem, try to flash another rom, i used CM9 09122012 without problems. You can use a microSd memory card to transfer it on the phone from the pc.

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Spiralzz

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Hi all, I was wondering if anyone would be able to help me, though I am afraid I may be ^%$$

I have a Credo (Sprint EPIC 4g) Samsung Galaxy S-II that I just flashed with CM 9.1.0-galaxys2.zip I had to use ODIN because I couldn't get it to work with CWM or with Siyah.

Sprint Epic 4G Touch is a CDMA device and is not GT-I9100 which is a GSM device. You are in the wrong forum, and you flashed the wrong ROM.

Edit: Here is the correct forum for your device: http://forum.xda-developers.com/forumdisplay.php?f=1281

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ccrows

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I want to move to 10.1, but I can't find a good replacement for "LBE Privacy Guard" which only works up to ICS... :(

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Any app suggestions since LBE Privacy Guard appears abandoned?

This is literally the only reason why I haven't moved onto CM10 yet...

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TheStigx

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Hello,

I am expering some problems with cm9, I was wondering, can i install cm9 all over again. So I can get a clean install?

I am an currently using the latest cm9, with siayah.
 

elektroinside

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Hello,

I am expering some problems with cm9, I was wondering, can i install cm9 all over again. So I can get a clean install?

I am an currently using the latest cm9, with siayah.

You don't usually get support if you use other than the stock kernel. This could be the source of your issues.

Anyway, here you go:

1. First make sure everything is backed up somewhere else, on your PC (contacts, pictures etc). You can back-up your apps as well with titanium backup (but ONLY user apps, not system apps or system settings).
2. Make sure you have the latest cm rom (nightly or stable) on your sd card (internal memory, not memory card)
3. Reboot into recovery and do a full wipe - this will NOT erase your internal memory (if everything goes well), the place where your photos are saved (don't reboot just yet)
4. Flash your rom (you saved on your sd card in step 2) and DO NOT flash siyah again.
5. Reboot
6. See if your problems are gone BEFORE restoring anything.
7. If everything is OK, your issues are still gone, restore everything you backed up
8. Check if your issues are still gone after the restore.

Good luck!
 
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TheStigx

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You don't usually get support if you use other than the stock kernel. This could be the source of your issues.

Anyway, here you go:

1. First make sure everything is backed up somewhere else, on your PC (contacts, pictures etc). You can back-up your apps as well with titanium backup (but ONLY user apps, not system apps or system settings).
2. Make sure you have the latest cm rom (nightly or stable) on your sd card (internal memory, not memory card)
3. Reboot into recovery and do a full wipe - this will NOT erase your internal memory (if everything goes well), the place where your photos are saved (don't reboot just yet)
4. Flash your rom (you saved on your sd card in step 2) and DO NOT flash siyah again.
5. Reboot
6. See if your problems are gone BEFORE restoring anything.
7. If everything is OK, your issues are still gone, restore everything you backed up
8. Check if your issues are still gone after the restore.

Good luck!

I totally forgot everything about that rule! But thank you very much for helping me anyway! :D

I will try that :)
 

70x7

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I'm having problems with signal in CM9. In CM10, my signal strength is above 70% ever over -80 dbi. In CM9, my signal is limited in 50% (-89 dbi) or under. I flashed all modems posted by @codeworkx in first page, but the issue continues. What can I do? Change the ril can solve this?

Edit: This is a CM9 limitation.


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sulligogs

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Anybody read about Koushik Dutta's mod for Chromecast? Its been posted on Cyanogenmod's Google+ and looks really interesting. Apparently, it will stream videos locally stored on your phone.

Anybody advise if his code will be merged into the S2's branch and if CM10.1 would be getting it as well?
 

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