Having a ROM issue
I have tried many many ROMS from the site to see if I could resolve this issue. It doesn't matter what I do. I've wiped and wiped and wiped. I've done every wipe I can do. Before and after installation. When I reboot my phone my facebook loses its update, my gmail forcecloses, and a few of my apps stop working without me reinstalling them. Also, I have to go through the initial set up again EVERYTIME. It's a pain in the rear. I really really could use some help. I sincerely thank anyone who can help me fix this issue.
- 12-28-2010, 10:39 AM #2
- 12-28-2010, 10:44 AM #3
If you wipe before you install a Rom which you should always do you will need to go through the setup there is no way around it. There are a few back up apps to help you reinstall your apps like astro or titanium backup but you still going to have to sign back in to Google to sync all your contacts and calendars.
Depending on which Rom your flashing you may have to update some apps like facebook depending on what versions of apps the Rom has included. If your having issues with Gmail just go into settings>applications>manage apps>all Apps>locate Gmail and clear cache, and data. This should help out.
- 12-28-2010, 11:03 AM #4Samsung Galaxy Nexus
- 12-28-2010, 11:03 AM #5
I had an issue once where every time I would reboot, it would bring up the setup screen and I would be met with a multitude of FC's. It sounds like you are having this same issue if I'm not mistaken. I searched and searched to no avail. I tried every combination of ROM and kernel to fix it, but still after any reboot, I was met with the same result.
Eventually what I had to do was use the official RUU from Verizon to return to stock. Then I re-rooted, and began flashing away again with no issues. I haven't had this issue arise since, so I think a quick trip back to stock might be the solution. Hope this helps!
Curious where I get this RUU and does installing it automatically take me back to where you were saying I need to go? Or do you think you could provide like a quick overview how I should go about this? I really don't want to mess up my phone and I'm tired of having so many issues with this.
- 12-28-2010, 11:41 AM #8
- 12-28-2010, 11:51 AM #10
I used this thread right here to return my DInc back to stock. It has all the necessary files and instructions you'll need. After that it's as simple as running unrEVOked again to re-root and you're set!