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[ROM] JDX v15.2 - 09/05/2013 - [JB 4.3][AOSP+] - It's all about the butter!

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HeartStrong07

HeartStrong07

Android Lover

Posted 14 July 2012 - 12:09 PM #10021

Thank You to Several Folks in the Thread:


Below was my procedure over the last 24 hours using a MacBook Air to install Jelly Belly on Verizon Galaxy Nexus. Hope it helps others.

Pre-work: BackUps / Ability to Transfer Files
  • Step 1: Backup Applications, Media and Data
  • Contacts, Calendar, Bookmarks, etc: Google
  • Settings, Backup & Reset: check Back up my data and Automatic restore
  • Step 2: Photos, Media: DropBox
  • Settings: check Camera Upload
  • Step 3: Applications, Media & Data: MyBackUp Pro
  • Backup: check Applications / Media
  • Step 4: Install Android File Transfer here
  • Allows you to transfer files from Mac to Phone
  • Step 5: Check USB Debugging
  • Allows Mac to see / transfer file from Phone
  • Menu / Setting / Applications / Development
Pre-work: Unlock and Root via Mac
  • One Step_Double-click method here
Pre-work: Download and Transfer .zip files to the root of the /sdcard directory
  • Step 1. Download JB Bootloader zip (only need to do once for Jelly Bean ROMs) onto desktop and then transfer to /sdcard of phone
  • Step 2. Download ROM and any Gapps zips (need to get latest every time) onto desktop and then transfer to /sdcard of phone
Installing ROM:
  • Step 1: Consider installing CWM Recovery touch to avoid possibility of back button becoming disabled
  • Step 2: Reboot into ClockworkMod (CWM) Recovery (Hold Down "Volume Up, Volume Down" & Power buttons at the same time with the Phone Off)
  • Step 3: Select Recovery Mode: Take an Android backup of your device.
  • Step 4: Choose install zip from sdcard>choose JB Bootloader .zip from sdcard. This will flash JB Bootloader onto Galaxy Nexus (only need to once for Jelly Bean Roms)
  • Step 5: Wipe data/factory reset, cache,go to advanced and wipe dalvik cache, go to mounts/storage and format system
  • Step 6: Choose install zip from sdcard > choose ROM .zip from sdcard > This will flash the Jelly Bean ROM onto Galaxy Nexus.
  • Step 7: Choose install zip from sdcard > choose Gapps .zip from sdcard > This will flash the Gapps onto Galaxy Nexus.
  • Step 8: Select "Go Back" and select "Reboot …"
Reinstall Apps/ Media / Data Backups
  • Step may be unnecessary for Apps and Data (may need SMS and Call Log though)
Thank you!

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The_Chief

The_Chief

Member

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Posted 14 July 2012 - 12:11 PM #10022

Hey folks, I have a guy who clean flashed 3.4 and 7-13 gapps. Now Google Play is saying "App not installed".

I advised him to reflash clear Dalvik & cache, reflash gapps 7-13 and fix permissions. If that fails, flash gapps 7-12.

Is there any reason I'm overlooking why Play wouldn't work for him?
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HeartStrong07

HeartStrong07

Android Lover

Posted 14 July 2012 - 12:12 PM #10023

good work and welcome to the addiction. youll flash again tonite!! you see...its never as bad as you think and there is always a simple way back. Enjoy!


I know, I already want to do it again ....
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NexiiNymph

NexiiNymph

Android Apprentice

  • 135 posts

Posted 14 July 2012 - 12:15 PM #10024

Really luvn WillyJay's all inclusive mod...but are the lock screen music controls supposed to be squished up to the top like that???
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immortal.ben

immortal.ben

Let me help you brick that device...

Posted 14 July 2012 - 12:16 PM #10025

Thank You to Several Folks in the Thread:


Below was my procedure over the last 24 hours using a MacBook Air to install Jelly Belly on Verizon Galaxy Nexus. Hope it helps others.

Pre-work: BackUps / Ability to Transfer Files

  • Step 1: Backup Applications, Media and Data
  • Contacts, Calendar, Bookmarks, etc: Google
  • Settings, Backup & Reset: check Back up my data and Automatic restore
  • Step 2: Photos, Media: DropBox
  • Settings: check Camera Upload
  • Step 3: Applications, Media & Data: MyBackUp Pro
  • Backup: check Applications / Media
  • Step 4: Install Android File Transfer here
  • Allows you to transfer files from Mac to Phone
  • Step 5: Check USB Debugging
  • Allows Mac to see / transfer file from Phone
  • Menu / Setting / Applications / Development
Pre-work: Unlock and Root via Mac
  • One Step_Double-click method here
Pre-work: Download and Transfer .zip files to the root of the /sdcard directory
  • Step 1. Download JB Bootloader zip (only need to do once for Jelly Bean ROMs) onto desktop and then transfer to /sdcard of phone
  • Step 2. Download ROM and any Gapps zips (need to get latest every time) onto desktop and then transfer to /sdcard of phone
Installing ROM:
  • Step 1: Consider installing CWM Recovery touch to avoid possibility of back button becoming disabled
  • Step 2: Reboot into ClockworkMod (CWM) Recovery (Hold Down "Volume Up, Volume Down" & Power buttons at the same time with the Phone Off)
  • Step 3: Select Recovery Mode: Take an Android backup of your device.
  • Step 4: Choose install zip from sdcard>choose JB Bootloader .zip from sdcard. This will flash JB Bootloader onto Galaxy Nexus (only need to once for Jelly Bean Roms)
  • Step 5: Wipe data/factory reset, cache,go to advanced and wipe dalvik cache, go to mounts/storage and format system
  • Step 6: Choose install zip from sdcard > choose ROM .zip from sdcard > This will flash the Jelly Bean ROM onto Galaxy Nexus.
  • Step 7: Choose install zip from sdcard > choose Gapps .zip from sdcard > This will flash the Gapps onto Galaxy Nexus.
  • Step 8: Select "Go Back" and select "Reboot …"
Reinstall Apps/ Media / Data Backups
  • Step may be unnecessary for Apps and Data (may need SMS and Call Log though)
Thank you!


I like to use TiBu to restore my apps and app data. Just remember to never restore SYSTEM data, or you will likely bork your phone.
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RIP: GNex
Getting used to GS3... :mellow:

immortal.ben

immortal.ben

Let me help you brick that device...

Posted 14 July 2012 - 12:17 PM #10026

Hey folks, I have a guy who clean flashed 3.4 and 7-13 gapps. Now Google Play is saying "App not installed".

I advised him to reflash clear Dalvik & cache, reflash gapps 7-13 and fix permissions. If that fails, flash gapps 7-12.

Is there any reason I'm overlooking why Play wouldn't work for him?


Very odd. I do not recall this happening in all 1k pages of this thread. Try looking in the Jelly Belly FAQ, which you can find using the thread search feature. Your current advice is sound.
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RIP: GNex
Getting used to GS3... :mellow:

quarterinchkilla

quarterinchkilla

phone swap addict

Posted 14 July 2012 - 12:19 PM #10027

5 hours of screen on time. Highly impressed with this rom and Franco 220 512 GPU.





Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using Tapatalk 2



what kind of battery are you running?
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Briankbl

Briankbl

Android Lover

Posted 14 July 2012 - 12:20 PM #10028

My god...*swipes off glasses*...this is the fastest moving thread I've ever seen.

Sent from my Galaxy Nexus running Jelly Belly v3.4!
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it2swbrown

it2swbrown

Android Beginner

  • 98 posts

Posted 14 July 2012 - 12:20 PM #10029

what kind of battery are you running?


Stock

I normally get around 2:30 hours of on screen time before flashing the new kernel.

Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using Tapatalk 2

Edited by it2swbrown, 14 July 2012 - 12:21 PM.

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immortal.ben

immortal.ben

Let me help you brick that device...

Posted 14 July 2012 - 12:21 PM #10030

FYI... 3.5 is in beta... get your flashing fingers ready yall!
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RIP: GNex
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