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Touchwiz is Samsung's proprietary UI/framework. So except Samsung stock and Samsung based ROMs, its not present anywhere else (unless manually ported). Cyanogenmod doesn't use anything related to touchwiz. Nor does it need any of its components to run. So the problems you are facing are merely just bugs inside ROM/system. And yes, by default cyanogenmod ...


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Note: Keep in mind, Samsung Galaxy S2 has infamous Superbrick bug. Every flash can result in permanent brick (only board changing or maybe JTAG unit can recover device). You can learn more about it here. Note2 : Last resort to enter Download mode is to get USB JIG. There is plenty of this on Internet and it's very cheap. Also there is tutorials on Internet ...


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Ok so this isn't a bug but in the updater script of the xposed framework, a function called install_overwrite is called upon several occasion and, hence the name overwrite, will replace pre-existing file in the /system folder. So in order to install the xposed framework, it's necessary to reinstall it with each update.


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Following instructions worked for me: I installed fastboot from here. Then I booted the TF700T into fastboot mode, connected it to my Linux machine, and entered the command: fastboot erase userdata When the above command was finished I continued with booting into recovery. From there I followed the CyanogenmodWiki, and entered the command: adb push ...


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In my CM12, I can do: adb shell getprop | grep -i cyanogenmod and the result it shows is: [ro.build.host]: [cyanogenmod] [ro.cmlegal.url]: [https://www.cyanogenmod.org/docs/privacy] [ro.error.receiver.system.apps]: [org.cyanogenmod.bugreport] [ro.rommanager.developerid]: [cyanogenmod] If you don't see cyanogenmod anywhere then either build.prop is ...


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I found the solution. The directory /data/gps/log/ contained 16GB of log files and I could delete all of this files by using root explorer. I didn't delete the folder but empty the folder.


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You can solve that as follows: Completely delete the old F-Droid app (e.g. uninstall using Titanium Backup) Get the latest .apk from F-Droid and put it on your device (either download directly with your Android web browser, or use adb push) Login to your device either via a terminal app or using adb shell Obtain root privileges by executing the command su ...


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Make sure that the GApps flashed onto the phone after flashing the ROM is indeed supported on that ROM. If you are using the package provided by Cyanogen then please download Delta GApps below. The package provided by Cyanogen has some bugs. GApps for all KitKat+ CMs 1) Download the base package for KitKat 2) Download standard Addons for KitKat 3) ...


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Note: OP already knows the answer but the following info is for those souls who might be troubled with the same issue. Disappointment! CM11 in OnePlus One (be it 44S or 05Q update) doesn't have any provision to get the Contacts and Call logs get backed up and restored using ADB. So unfortunately, the answer is simple: your contacts and call logs were ...


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To answer your question: Installing the zip will delete (or change some apps) but not all. When you flash the zip it overwrites the "system" partition on your phone and so it changes which system apps are on your phone. Since google apps are system apps, but are not included in the CM zip, this is why you have to reflash gapps after because they get ...


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to solve your problem you need to flash the Gapps again follow this steps Download the minimal Gapps from here this zip is for 5.0.x roms and contain the needed apps (including google play services) and libraries every thing else you can get it from the play store. reboot to recovery and flash it like you flash any other mod or rom (no wipe needed) after ...


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During the installation all Samsung pre-installed software is uninstalled and the new launcher is installed (specifically, CyanogenMod uses Trebuchet); This means any lag is caused by the custom ROM used



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