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There's only 2 times you'll want/need to install gapps: On the initial install of CyanogenMod ROM (or pretty much any custom ROM that doesn't have gapps integrated). Since CM nightlies are the ROM only you only need to install it once, Every subsequent install of a nightly only overwrites the ROM contents and doesn't touch gapps. When you know there's an ...
use his solution. now i use jellybean 4.1.2. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eOnhvCcJUKw or you can use gingerbread.
If your version of CWM recovery has the “install zip from sideload” option in the main menu (looks like such recovery version for HTC One X exists), you can use this option to install from a zip file which is stored on your computer without copying it to the SD card: Select the “install zip from sideload” option in the recovery menu. Run the following ...
I had a problem where my Samsung S3 Mini (Jelly Bean 4.1.2) worked 100% on my Wi-Fi router but failed to connect to the Internet with my Wi-Fi repeater - stuck on "obtaining IP address..." message. I have now set a static IP and it works 100% on both the router and the repeater. If you need multiple static IP options then check out "Wi-Fi Static" ...
No, do not try to do this, or you will brick your device. SHV-E160L and GT-N7000 have completely different processors (Qualcomm Snapdragon APQ8060 for SHV-E160L, and Samsung S5PC210 for GT-N7000); e.g., see this comparison. There are some custom ROMs for SHV-E160L in the xda-developers section for AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note I717 (this device is closer to ...
I'd suggest you should contact the manufacturer.
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