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  1. JkdJedi's Avatar
    Anyone attempt to apply this through clockworkmod? Tried it twice and had it fail on me both times.
    Clockworkmod has publicly stated of known issues lately. There is a update in the Market now that hopefully will fix all this.

    Edit: nope, still reboots with nothing.........Bootstrap time!
    12-17-2010 07:18 PM
  2. 04redgto's Avatar
    I always use rom manager. I run bootstrap, then run rom manager, download rom. Rom manager reboots to recovery just fine, and will backup and install just fine for me...........anywho.......
    12-17-2010 07:34 PM
  3. Bravozero's Avatar
    I went ahead and installed 1.3.1, im bored at my hotel room lol. So far so good. Im getting double text messages though... what's up with that?
    12-17-2010 09:12 PM
  4. sicario666's Avatar
    I went ahead and installed 1.3.1, im bored at my hotel room lol. So far so good. Im getting double text messages though... what's up with that?
    I found that there are 2 messaging apps on this rom. Blur and apeX. Try disabling notifications for one of them. Blur has a white background and other options that apeX has incorporated.

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    12-17-2010 09:25 PM
  5. sicario666's Avatar
    I'm not sure which one is active for you. Read one page back... tntdroid led me through a process to deactivate the blur messaging. Simple process using root explorer

    DXmeatclaws via talkatap
    12-17-2010 09:27 PM
  6. Bravozero's Avatar
    I found out how and disabled the stock moto messaging. Bingo, single messages. Thanks dude.
    12-17-2010 09:34 PM
  7. sicario666's Avatar
    I found out how and disabled the stock moto messaging. Bingo, single messages. Thanks dude.
    Anytime. That's what I'm here for

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    12-17-2010 09:40 PM
  8. miamifin33's Avatar
    How can I make the Gingerbread keyboard bigger. And is there a way I can set it so I can swyoe the keyboard away instead of hitting the back button to pull it down?
    12-17-2010 11:13 PM
  9. terpitude71's Avatar
    Wow, did this come with the new market, or was that pushed to my phone on its own?
    was included on the rom.
    12-17-2010 11:17 PM
  10. tntdroid's Avatar
    Still having problems with oc app. I pulled apart the oc script on the rom and set my setting in it since they were not a option. Here is quick how to. In your oc app write down your fav settings the open root explorer. Open system/xbin. Find overclock.sh then hold it down. Click open in tex editor. Find the part with the voltage and pick one to edit. I chose low voltage and changed the value to 54 since that works for me on my oc app. Then find the number lines close to your settings and edit to your liking. You will edit in 3 spots. I run stock values so I have 1000000 800000 600000 300000. Once you edit and back out it will save. Open terminal and type su enter overclock enter. Now pick the voltage name you edited. Then pick the slots you edited. Then just pick the finished number then back out. If you want to set on boot choose that first then pick your voltage and slots and finish. Hope that helps.

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    12-18-2010 12:41 AM
  11. miamifin33's Avatar
    Still having problems with oc app. I pulled apart the oc script on the rom and set my setting in it since they were not a option. Here is quick how to. In your oc app write down your fav settings the open root explorer. Open system/xbin. Find overclock.sh then hold it down. Click open in tex editor. Find the part with the voltage and pick one to edit. I chose low voltage and changed the value to 54 since that works for me on my oc app. Then find the number lines close to your settings and edit to your liking. You will edit in 3 spots. I run stock values so I have 1000000 800000 600000 300000. Once you edit and back out it will save. Open terminal and type su enter overclock enter. Now pick the voltage name you edited. Then pick the slots you edited. Then just pick the finished number then back out. If you want to set on boot choose that first then pick your voltage and slots and finish. Hope that helps.

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    Will these settings stick after a reset or will we have to keep doing it over and over?
    12-18-2010 12:49 AM
  12. tntdroid's Avatar
    Will these settings stick after a reset or will we have to keep doing it over and over?

    Should stick if you select the apply on boot option first. I hope a fix is found as I only found two work arounds so far. Maybe ill take another crack at it today.
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    12-18-2010 06:16 AM
  13. Bravozero's Avatar
    Im having several different issues wth scrolling lag and such. That and the ongoing issue with overclocking, im going back to 1.3.0. Question... I made a full backup with Titanium. And a nandroid backup as well. What do I do now to restore back to 1.3.0?
    12-18-2010 08:16 AM
  14. Stang68's Avatar
    Question... I made a full backup with Titanium. And a nandroid backup as well. What do I do now to restore back to 1.3.0?
    I'd like to know this, as well, just for future reference when Gingerbread officially comes out.

    To restore to, say, my original stock 2.2.1, do I just run clockwork mod and apply the Nandroid backup (the one in the Clockwork folder) from the SD card? Or do I run the update.zip from 2.3.340 for the Droid X from the SD card? How do I go about that?...in 200 characters or less
    12-18-2010 08:54 AM
  15. tntdroid's Avatar
    Boot into recovery with bootstrapper. Go down to backups and restore. Click that click restore then select the one you want. Will make it like you never changed anything.

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    12-18-2010 09:04 AM
  16. Stang68's Avatar
    Boot into recovery with bootstrapper. Go down to backups and restore. Click that click restore then select the one you want. Will make it like you never changed anything.

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    Sweet. It's all so convenient!
    12-18-2010 09:14 AM
  17. Bravozero's Avatar
    Boot into recovery with bootstrapper. Go down to backups and restore. Click that click restore then select the one you want. Will make it like you never changed anything.

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    I tried that but it said something about MD5 sum doesn't match or whatever.
    12-18-2010 09:25 AM
  18. davidnc's Avatar
    I tried that but it said something about MD5 sum doesn't match or whatever.
    Make sure no spaces in the name of the backup,is the only thing I know what to check.

    I also watch my backups being made to make sure it completes correct . I tested my nadroid backup and it puts you back just as you was at the time backup was made .


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    12-18-2010 09:30 AM
  19. victormolina15's Avatar
    Hmmmm im going to wait on this update

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    12-18-2010 10:33 AM
  20. dahlheim's Avatar
    i didn't hesitate and i'm not at all disappointed. seems to work just as well as 1.3.0 did for me, but now i can also bluetooth voice dial in my car. thanked, which i think a lot of people forget to do...
    12-18-2010 10:56 AM
  21. Bravozero's Avatar
    Interesting... I cleared the browser cache and the system cache. Seems to be running fine now. Maybe I wont need to restore after all. My battery life seems better than 1.3.0.
    12-18-2010 11:15 AM
  22. victormolina15's Avatar
    Tnt how can we get rid of this I go to the terminal emu
    type su
    Keyboard
    Bmt
    Then it says not found. I want to get rid of this annoying gingerbread keyboard. Can u help me? Thanks


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    12-18-2010 11:38 AM
  23. JkdJedi's Avatar
    Tnt how can we get rid of this I go to the terminal emu
    type su
    Keyboard
    Bmt
    Then it says not found. I want to get rid of this annoying gingerbread keyboard. Can u help me? Thanks


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    should be keyboard -bmt

    $su
    # keyboard
    # keyboard -bmt

    then it'll reboot so don't trip...

    12-18-2010 12:07 PM
  24. kajii's Avatar
    How do we get the blur gallery back?
    12-18-2010 03:27 PM
  25. sicario666's Avatar
    http://forum.androidcentral.com/show...6&goto=newpost

    Check that thread...evorocker

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    12-18-2010 03:29 PM
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