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    So a 1526 in Quadrant means VooDoo is enabled?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stang68 View Post
    So a 1526 in Quadrant means VooDoo is enabled?
    Qudarent is stupid. Follow the instructions on how to check for voodoo. I can make my quadrent scores 6000 on rfs.

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    Is there an update for this yet, or are we still using the CWM where the go back/menu key doesn't work?
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    Quote Originally Posted by billku View Post
    Is there an update for this yet, or are we still using the CWM where the go back/menu key doesn't work?
    I installed the update, which it says was successful, but then I couldnt go back so I unplugged the battery. Am I at 4.1 or just 4.0 now?
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    With phone off, I hold volume up + home + nd power buttons and all i get is the samsung screen logo nothing more. What could be wrong
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    Did you flash something? If you did and its vodoo it will hang there for a 2-7 minutes converting your file system. If you flashed something and it hangs like that for 10 minutes. If it converted files to ext4,(vodoo) you will need to flash another vodoo kernel then disable the lagfix. Then you need to go back to odin and flash the Ed1 stock rom and go from there. make sure after you flash the stock rom you wipe the caches etc.

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    Last edited by rescueswimmer; 06-17-2011 at 06:12 AM.
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    can someone explain the difference between the different color cwm's? I have a yellow one. I think its yellow bc its a voodoo one or is it bc of the version?

    Also im pretty voodoo is enabled for me(1500 quadrent score) but im trying to make sure from cwm. It says its disabled but im able use the voodoo control app?
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    Also, what's the difference between the different types of caches? I didn't clear any of them while rooting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hooskins View Post
    Also, what's the difference between the different types of caches? I didn't clear any of them while rooting.
    Bump on my questions. I got the voodoo enabled one answered, but unsure about the rest. Thanks.
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    Default Re: [How To] Using CWM and Voodoo June, 5 2011

    Gunnermike...got a question. Just switched over the the D1...things are a bit different with the Charge. I just finished rooting my phone and did everything I was supposed to do...even verified through the Terminal Emulator that I'm running the voodoo kernal...BUT, when I got into CWM and go to Voodoo, it shows the following:

    CWM Voodoo Lagfix Recovery v4.0.0.1

    Voodoo lagfix is actually: disabled
    next boot: disabled

    Options:

    /system lagfix conversion: no
    debug mode: no



    Can you explain this to me? Did I do something wrong?

    Thanks,
    T
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    Default Re: [How To] Using CWM and Voodoo June, 5 2011

    Quote Originally Posted by T_Rob View Post
    Gunnermike...got a question. Just switched over the the D1...things are a bit different with the Charge. I just finished rooting my phone and did everything I was supposed to do...even verified through the Terminal Emulator that I'm running the voodoo kernal...BUT, when I got into CWM and go to Voodoo, it shows the following:

    CWM Voodoo Lagfix Recovery v4.0.0.1

    Voodoo lagfix is actually: disabled
    next boot: disabled

    Options:

    /system lagfix conversion: no
    debug mode: no



    Can you explain this to me? Did I do something wrong?

    Thanks,
    T
    If you look at imnuts CWM thread, he states that:

    'Voodoo Lagfix status is not properly read from Recovery, use "adb mount" to verify your lagfix status'

    Probably something being worked on.
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    just saying...
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    Default Re: [How To] Using CWM and Voodoo June, 5 2011

    Does the charge have a fully functioning nandroid back up yet? If not what have you guys been using for back up?
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    Default Re: [How To] Using CWM and Voodoo June, 5 2011

    i haved downloade the alter beast alpha but my camera doesnt work nor does the home button and my gallery. Can u tell me if it is something Im doing wrong.
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    hello i downloded the alster beast alpha for my droid charge but i cnat get the camera home button or the gallery to work. can someone plz tell me what it is that i am doing wrong.
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    Hi installed the altered beast zip went to reboot system when done. Phone seems to be stuck in the samsung logo loop. Any suggestions? Thanks
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