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EDIT: This fix was temporary. The problem returned the next day. Sorry. After I flashed Cyanogenmod 12.1(upgraded to lollipop) to my nexus 5 I had the "no Sim Card". It is a very popular problem for this ROM or Lollipop in general. I try shimming the sim, Updating PRL etc... and nothing was working. Here is what I think finally fixed it for me: In dialer ...


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Cyanogenmod might not be removed but if it did not get written on the partition. There is many reason why and not necessarily your fault. If you really have to know depending on a what stage the bootloader is at in loading the system. Really, what needs to happen is the kernel needs to load to point that it starts talking so that we can possibly intercept ...


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I finally was able to solve this problem, as Firelord said, adb sideload wasn't able to help in the case of this ROM. And SP Flash tool turns out to be the best for MediaTek devices. Most of the ROMs (Stock or Custom) are available on http://www.needrom.com, so I would recommend it to others for downloading ROMS. However, the website requires signing up ...


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To be honest, this is a bit of a mystery! Here are a couple of things to try from around the web: Run 'adb kill server' and then 'adb start server' and try again. Make sure you're using the latest version of adb and fastboot and try again. Someone over on XDA also mentioned that this issue is to do with device encryption and that erasing and formatting ...


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You can use the amazing nexus root toolkit to do pretty much anything. http://www.wugfresh.com/nrt/ It allows rooting, return to stock, recovery and everything else you would need to repair your nexus 7. You can flash custom roms with it also. Other tools include unlocking or locking the bootloader, adb tools, driver installs. .. you name it, it does it. ...


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OK, so for question #1 Try to get into recovery mode and then wipe cache partition and dalvik cache - that should help. As I remember, stock recovery is capable of doing that kind of basic things (if I'm wrong - correct me). Basically, you can get to recovery by holding volume down and power button while your phone is off, then release the power button ...


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None on the internet however I did get this information while searching here's the link http://www.tomsguide.com/forum/id-1818822/galaxy-note.html download and install the suitable USB drivers for your device, you can download Samsung KIES for verifying if the suitable drivers are installed on your PC. Secondly, download the Official Jelly Bean 4.1.2 ...


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I never flashed a ROM using a .zip in fastboot. The proper way I've ever seen is to flash individual files, and some of the important commands are: fastboot flash boot boot.img fastboot flash cache cache.img fastboot flash recovery recovery.img fastboot flash system system.img fastboot flash userdata userdata.img // 64GB users need userdata_64G.img ...


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You need to flash custom ROMs from within recovery, not within the bootloader. Detailed instrunctions on how to install CyanogenMod can be found here. NOTE: those instructions are not for the Cyanogen, Inc. factory images. Offical factory images can be found on the Cyanogen, Inc. website


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CM is a very interesting mod. I have had the same issues. One of the options you can try is when it gets laggy is to change the theme from the Hex to the Holo (android default) and it can help with the lag and lack of response. That is what I did and I have not had issues. Source: My OnePlus One and my past


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Contact someone from the review of this phone and ask him if he can do a /system/etc backup and upload it to the internet.Than just restore it.



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