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OP icanhazdroid

icanhazdroid

Posted 06 November 2012 - 12:39 PM #1

It's been a while..

Well we all know this is a common issue, however I'm wondering if anybody has some sort of insight on this. I've tried the TW backup and restore method, it doesn't work. If I had NFC I'd stay on CM10 24/7
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brkshr

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Posted 06 November 2012 - 12:46 PM #2

In the International S3 CM10 forum. They say to go back to ICS TW & turn NFC on. Then go back to your JB ROM & it should work. IDK if this is the same issue with the US variants or not, but it works for the International S3 & CM10.
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invisiblek

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Posted 06 November 2012 - 01:01 PM #3

i wonder if we need update our nfc props...i'll look into this tonight
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OP icanhazdroid

icanhazdroid

Posted 06 November 2012 - 01:02 PM #4

In the International S3 CM10 forum. They say to go back to ICS TW & turn NFC on. Then go back to your JB ROM & it should work. IDK if this is the same issue with the US variants or not, but it works for the International S3 & CM10.


Someone at Xda said that too. I should mention I'm on Verizon. I tried that method, except with the leaked JB ROM and it did not work unfortunately

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OP icanhazdroid

icanhazdroid

Posted 06 November 2012 - 01:03 PM #5

i wonder if we need update our nfc props...i'll look into this tonight


Huh, good point. If you find anything let us know :)

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brkshr

brkshr

Nexus 5

Posted 06 November 2012 - 01:09 PM #6

i wonder if we need update our nfc props...i'll look into this tonight

Someone at Xda said that too. I should mention I'm on Verizon. I tried that method, except with the leaked JB ROM and it did not work unfortunately

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From what I have seen posted, the firmware for the NFC chip does not work right on AOSP JB ROMs. So we have to go back to ICS TW & turn NFC on, to get the correct firmware back. Then we go back to our JB ROM & the ICS NFC firmware should stick.

Again, I speak for Int. S3...

Edit: (I feel like eventually I will speak/type in only acronyms...)

Edited by brkshr, 06 November 2012 - 01:10 PM.

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Mustang302LX

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Posted 06 November 2012 - 01:16 PM #7

In the International S3 CM10 forum. They say to go back to ICS TW & turn NFC on. Then go back to your JB ROM & it should work. IDK if this is the same issue with the US variants or not, but it works for the International S3 & CM10.


I went from a TW JB ROM with NFC turned on to CM10 last night and NFC didn't work. I ended up reverting to TW because my phone got hot while idle and lost battery pretty quickly (see other thread regarding that whole thing).
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brkshr

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Nexus 5

Posted 06 November 2012 - 01:20 PM #8

I went from a TW JB ROM with NFC turned on to CM10 last night and NFC didn't work. I ended up reverting to TW because my phone got hot while idle and lost battery pretty quickly (see other thread regarding that whole thing).


I think AOSP JB ROMs need the ICS NFC firmware for some reason. I think...

Also, check my last reply in the other thread, to see if you're showing the same thing
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invisiblek

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Posted 06 November 2012 - 01:32 PM #9

d2vzw guys, give this a try and report back please:
http://www.mediafire...y6vx27cpaasqhxs
(flash via recovery)
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brkshr

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Nexus 5

Posted 06 November 2012 - 01:38 PM #10

d2vzw guys, give this a try and report back please:


Haha! Thanks for specifying ;)

(I know better, but better safe than sorry for others)
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