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If your device is rooted, as it probably is with CM, you can also do this via adb: adb shell rm /data/misc/adb/adb_keys Depending on your build you probably have to run adb as root(1) or call the su binary(2). (1) adb root or adb kill-server; sudo $(which adb) start-server --> adb shell rm /data/misc/adb/adb_keys (2)adb shell --> su --> rm ...


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According to AndroidPolice is actually caused by a bug in Chrome Beta that showed up on certain custom ROMS. The recent update (v39.0.2171.90) contains a fix for this issue. It's likely that the next update for non beta Chrome will include a fix for this too.


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CyanogenMod - Xperia SP maintainer here. If you are sure about having a Xperia SP then you can safely remove that assert check in the install script of the zip :) you should have the right prop id so you can continue on with normal releases. i've never seen this issue before.


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FYI, I found out what the problem was: The stock rom needs to be updated to 4.2 (you can get the official rom here if there is no update available), I think because of the bootloader.


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Try adding: ro.HOME_APP_ADJ=1 to /system/build.prop file and reboot (will require root). Source: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=860023


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Here is the home project page for adb and fast boot install for Mac from Google. Here is the download page from the same source. description this script installs ADB and Fastboot to /usr/local/bin/ on Mac OS X. You can uninstall using the Uninstall ADB.sh script provided. how to install from terminal Run ADB Install Mac.sh from Terminal ...


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You don't need to install Gapps to use Cyanogenmod, you can install it and use it without them. If your real question is "do I need to install Gapps if I want to comfortable install all my favorite apps from the playstore?" then the answer is probably yes.


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Seems like there's no support at the moment, the L65 is not not listed on CyanogenMod's LG supported devices section.


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Yes it's possible. You don't need the USB connection to do this. You need to flash a rooted kernel like Philz which is specific to the S2, and you need to do this from the stock Android recovery which you can access by holding power+home. The rooted kernel must be on the SD card.


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Kudos to @Bruno for a detailed solution and needed files. A much quicker method is listed below, which does not require installing any ROM/Gapps or reboot into the ROM in between steps. You need an external SD card with enough free space to hold all apps+data+photos+etc that are on your internal phone storage. You can skip steps 1-5 if you already have CWM ...


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This is a warning only for S2 i9100 owners, reading this question after seeing carrier drop in their phone. This thread suggests using GetRil. As far as I understand carrier drop issue, RIL depends on the firmware installed. What is to be changed is the modem/baseband. Now, before you try that out, *#1234# in your s2 i9100. If the response contains ...



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