- 06-02-2012, 11:00 PM #2
Are flashing any themes after wards. Usually a bad theme can wipe out the notification bar. Why not flash back to stock then redl a os and start from scratch
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- 06-03-2012, 06:52 AM #3
- 125 Posts
- AOKP/CM10/AXIOM ROMs
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- 06-03-2012, 09:05 AM #5
Re: ROM issues on G-Nex
At bare minimum you should be wiping cache partition & dalvik cache. Most recommend a full data wipe, but some like to avoid this because it causes you to loose all your data (like a factory reset). This is known as a dirty wipe or dirty flash. It works most of the time but can have ill effects afterwards.
Why your loosing the notification bar I'm not really sure.
1. Do your wipes.
2. Flash the ROM & GAPPS (if required) before leaving recovery
3. Do a boot up and shutdown before making any other changes by means of flashing mods, kernels, etc.
4. Any mods or themes you flash over the top of existing ROM, MUST be compatible with that ROM or things like the notification bar and other strange things can occur.
5. Since there are 3 versions of GNex out there.. Verizon's GNex/GSM (TMobile/AT &T and International) and now Sprint's GNex make sure your flashing the correct ROM/kernels/themes/mods for your device. Sometimes devs don't do the best job at clearly marking which download is for which device.
- 06-03-2012, 01:05 PM #7
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Wipe everything, wipe always... C'mon.
Every single OP for the ROMs instructs you to wipe data coming from any other ROM. Get in the habit of reading the OPs and following instructions or your going to have a hard time at this stuff.
K not trying to beat on you, lol.. Consider it tough love
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