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I have an LG G2 with Cyanogenmod 12.1 and I just bought a Nexus 6
and flashed Cyanogenmod 13 on it.

Is it possible to transfer all my apps and system settings from the G2
to the Nexus 6?

I'm trying to avoid the long process of having to reconfigure my
settings manually.
Hi Guys,

yesterday i wanted to update (dirtyflash) my lg g3, because the
2312-Build of CM13 was extremely buggy (Restarts, Blackscreen by
ingoing calls, etc.) I´ve done this before about 10thousand times and
on 100 other phones, but yesterday after the flash in TWRP the TWRP
wasn´t able to delete the cache.

I tried to flash again to delete dalvik and cache afterwards clean,
this time it worked. The phone was booting to the PIN-Entry but it
freezes - no entry possible.

I want to try flash back an older build, but phone stucks in bootloop
- so i have to manually enter recovery to get into twrp. I flashed an
older cm13 build 1812 and cache deleting was not possible again. />

Yesterday was Xmas so i thought i will fix it today, but on first time
when i tried to get manually into recovery mode, the question for
deleting all data appeared, but after that TWRP wasn´t starting, just
the stuck lg logo again. (Battery was pulled out for the whole

Now im not able to boot into recovery mode anymore or do something
else. I tried the download mode (Vol+ and then plug in USB) without

I cant do something, just look at the beautiful LG Logo - have you
guys some advice for me? What could i try? :confused:

Today, I divided the Internet into a laptop via usb. Everything
worked perfectly, until I switched off the phone from the computer.
After then, I faced with the phone's internal memory and SD card's
contains also completely disappeared ... Everything, the images, the
downloads, backups, music .. all. External Sd card also was empty. It
looks as if both would have formatted. Now, I wrote nothing to

Is there some way to recovery them? Have you met someone with similar

My OS .: cm12.1 (2015 12 24); Kernel .: L-M5 v10.2; Xposed V78;

Thank you in advance for your help!
I m having a problem with my s3.while i was on custom rom,it
battery went down to zero and never turned on.Then i boot it into
recovery and there showed cant mount efs so i googled it over the net
and found the solution to past bootloops.After successfull boot the
imei was changed.Now,whatever i do with the phone ,its imei is not
changing.please help me on this....

Device-samsung s3

Custom rom-cdroid
Disclaimer: I have personally tested this on Redmi Note 2 (Angels
and Demons ROM V4)

  • Rooted Redmi Note 2 (or MediaTek based
    device on MIUI 7 ROM)

  • TWRP or CWM recovery installed

  • Flashable zip file containing ClearMotion libraries ported to

(Please don't mirror the file to other file sharing services: and
don't mind the adfly link. The port is being given to you free of
cost; and you compensate for it simply by not mirroring it. Thank you
:) )

  • Download the file
    "Enable_ClearMotion_v1_for_Redmi_Note_2_by_Hasaan6 545.zip"
    and place it in your sdcard

    Using "Root Explorer", navigate to
    "system/build.prop" and use its built in text editor to add
    the following lines at the end of the file. Don't forget to add an
    extra empty line at the end.








(Alternatively, you may add these lines to your build.prop file
using any build.prop tweaker from Play Store)
  • Reboot into TWRP
    recovery and backup your ROM (just in case: Don't skip this step

  • Flash the file
    "Enable_ClearMotion_v1_for_Redmi_Note_2_by_Hasaan6 545.zip"
    and reboot your phone.

  • Play a video using MX Player (or any player that supports HW
    decoding) and feel the difference ;)

For more details on ClearMotion Technology and how to check if it is
working for you: href="http://www.hasaan.com/2015/12/how-to-enable-mediateks-clearmotion.html"
target="_blank" rel="nofollow" >HERE

Download link: rel="nofollow" >HERE


AOSP ROMs for Redmi Note 2 offer ClearMotion and MiraVision by
default; however, there are advantages of using ClearMotion on MIUI
instead of switching to AOSP: (These advantages are subjective: no
offence intended to AOSP fans - I myself am one.)

  • Camera with MediaTek's InstantFocus™ and TrueBright™
    technology: On MIUI, we retain a good quality camera that we have to
    sacrifice when switching to AOSP. (Yes, the fast focus speeds and
    superior image quality on MIUI ROMs are not due to the
    "so-called" PDAF sensor; it's because of Helio X10's
    InstantFocus and TrueBright technologies; both of which are
    operational in MIUI Camera.

  • Most AOSP ROMs for Redmi Note 2 are (currently) plagued by an
    assortment of deep sleep bugs that pop up at times and drain battery
    during standby. This is very annoying; and is attributable to AOSP
    Lollipop Build 5.0.x more than the ports itself.

  • Slow Motion feature on MIUI is superior to that in AOSP's (the
    latter needs the stock camera app and saves videos that can be played
    in slow motion only through the stock video player; whereas MIUI
    actually exports a slow motion video in mp4 format that can be played
    using any player, and can also be shared)

  • I really feel suited to AOSP, but the MIUI ROM also has much eye
    candy to offer.

I am using unlocked s6 edge in pakistan. But when i connect it to
3g network signals drop a little and speed is limited to 0.05mbps
download and 0.13mbps upload. Even if i switch to 2g network i get
higher speeds. Is there any solution . If anyone can please help

And i have tried putting my sim in other phone and speed is around
8mbps so network is nt the problem
3g usage heat issue ..change modem xxlq6
I cant able to play games like EA sport UFC, Frontline Commando
D-Day on my oneplus X. Other games like fifa 16, wcc 15, works
fine. Pls tell me how cn i play this games?? Or oneplus x s nt
compatible for this games.. Pls suggest me...

Thnks in advance ☺
Hello developer i flashed the cm on my samsung galaxy grand 2
from this link

target="_blank">http://forum.xda-developers.com/galaxy-grand-2 />
Here its said that the voice works allright but im facing problem
though i have the latest version and NK1 baseband nd followed
everything whats written on it. The performance of the rom is excelent
but the voice problem bars me from using it as daily driver . plz help
Hello everyone.

I created this thread to collect general consensus on the average
battery life offered by the Android one phones. I have seen many
people changing batteries, buying new ones because they thought that
their battery life was poor only to find that the battery life
remained the same. So in this thread, every Android One user can post
the battery life of his device.

There are, however, a few things that should be there :

1. The name of Your phone (eg. Karbonn Sparkle V, Micromax Canvas A1

2. The Android One Generation (1st Gen, sprout4, sprout8 etc)

3. The ROM you're using.

4. The kernel (and the version number) installed.

5. The governor you use, the setting for max and min CPU clock (if
it's different from the default values of 1300 and 598)

6. Xposed or any other Mod that you are using (generally these don't
have much of an impact on battery life but no problem in including
them, right ;) )

7. Your usage conditions. Amount of time spent browsing on 3G, on 2G,
amount of time spent gaming, amount of time spent watching videos,
wifi usage, screen brightness (auto or custom value) . Also include if
you always keep data on or do you switch it on only when needed. />
8. The Custom ROM or OS you are using.

9. Lastly, the time your phone lasts on a single full charge. (Duh,
this was obvious)

All that's been mentioned above are things that can affect battery
life so it's necessary for someone to have knowledge of these to be
able to gauge how long the battery should last for his usage pattern.
Also feel free to include any other info you feel is necessary.

I hope this reference list turns out to be extremely useful for you

Wish you all a long battery life.


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