Custom Firmware Emotion Revolution V.3.1 (Emotroid Team) (update 08.08.2015)

Discussion in 'Custom ROMs' started by Sirrr, Nov 9, 2014.

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  1. Duyu

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    This is what i said.
     
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    Thanks.
    About the BT. Should it use "Ok Google" or something?
     
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    Yes, I know. I've seen it sometimes, but not last times I tried to get it.
     
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    Yup. We're crossing messages!

    I don't think so. Have you enter the settings of the headphones aside Bluetooth, Sync Devices, "Your headphones name", and activate phone audio and multimedia audio?

    EDIT: maybe you can try do deactivate Boeffla Sound too
     
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    As Kinu said, you should turn off Boeffla and try. And for System Update, you should also try Link2SD app or/and Greenify to freeze / uninstall or hibernate whatever apps do you want or don't need
     
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    Sorry guys, can you help please?

    I am totally newbie on this and I don't understand much of this

    I have just download the ROM and Gapps, I entered recovery mode and made the 2 wipes available, data and cache, but I dont find the option to wipe dalvik cache.. do I need to do anything else?
    I have installed the ROM and the Gaps and rebboted - Now the phone gets stuck saying Digma.. Please explain me what I should do please!
     
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    5.b. If you are on CWM do the 4 wipes
    ”wipe factory/data > Yes”
    ”wipe cache > Yes”
    ”advanced > wipe dalvik cache > Yes”
     
  8. kinu

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    Hi there!

    First of all, you need to install the tedascuen CWM recovery via fastboot. You can find a guide here at vondroid.

    Then, you need to get the stock Rom 00.18, install it via recovery, and boot. After that go to 'recovery again and install the Rom an gapps.

    It should work.

    The key is the tedascuen CWM recovery.

    Good luck!

    Enviado desde mi Newman N2 mediante Tapatalk
     
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    OK, so I have been doing some more testing and the locked bootloader (which is needed on my N2 to allow wifi to turn on) will not boot the kernel with this ROM, r1 or r2, it will boot kernels from older ROMS fine.

    Very irritating as I would like to use this kernel and this ROM, anyone else experiencing this, maybe I just have a faulty phone ?

    Anyone know if there is a newer locked or unlocked bootloader that will booth this kernel and ROM ?
     
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    Hi kirkus,

    I've been talking about your problem with the developers, and they have seen others phones with a problem like this.

    They think the problem start when you progress from ICS to JB. There is some step missing, of some wicked thing in the process. One of them told me that he has fixed it going back to ICS (a tricky thing, you can read about it here at vondroid), and then progressing to JB following the tutorial step by step.

    EDIT: the process is back to ICS, progress to stock 00.18, install tedascuel CWM recovery (this unlocks bootloader), and then install this ROM.

    If you are so brave to try, please let us know how it goes.

    Regards
     
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    Thanks kinu, my phone has never had ICS ont it, the ROM it came with was a Digma I think it was called 013 and it had the screen wake issue.

    This phone is becoming more trouble than it is worth, too many constant issues so I think I will not bother with it anymore.
     
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    I had the same feeling as you, but belive me, this ROM totally worth the time.
    Just read everything what needs to be done.
    I'll try to find the guide what you need in english.
     
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    Agreed, the ROM is very good I have been testing it but without wifi working, it makes me want to use the N2 as my primary phone again as it is quite a good phone even though it is getting a little old now, did you have the same issue and fixed it ?

    If you can find and provide instructions in english I am willing to try it all one more time, thanks.
     
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    Hi kirkus:

    Remember, as I said, this is risky. Better read the full threads before do it. I didn't done it personally.

    For downgrade your phone, here.

    For correct upgrade procedure, here.

    You can read too other procedures and interesting tips here.

    Regards
     
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    Before you start anything...
    I found something strange!
    I have a 16G sd card in my phone. I put a 1G card in it and after restart, wifi dissappeared. Then i changed back to 16G and restarted again, got back wifi.

    So. I have no clue what happened, but when changed the cards, got the wifi error problem too.
     
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    Boefla sound still doesn't work. I made adjustments based on the picture provided in the first post but unfortunately boefla makes using newman for calls impossible :(

    Sent from my GT-I9300 using Tapatalk
     
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    omg, I can leave wifi on all the time and the phone doesn't freeze :)
    thank you for the ROM and the kernel, finally my N2 is usable...
     
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    Thank you for your comment, noamsim. :)
     
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