This is a discussion on :D Official Nexus Rooted Converts Thread :D within the Nexus One Development & Hacking forums, part of the Nexus One category; If that is true, then battery depletion is controlled by the kernel and since kmob's UV kernel is already made for 5.0.6, then wouldn't flashing ...
I believe the photos were intentionally doctored.
I do not believe the photos were doctored on purpose. It could have been an accident.
I am undecided until more evidence comes forth.
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OMFG. I was able to get past my unlock screen and use my phone. Apparently the digitizer is just fine, because it recognizes where things *normally* should be, but the LCD under the screen is completely trashed and the top part of the screen is black, and only about 60% of my screen is visible, and its very dark.
I was actually able to type a text message even THOUGH only the top of the keyboard is visible on my screen, just because I'm so used to typing on this thing. I'd LOLOL at how ghetto it is, if I'm not so sad that I need to get it repaired.
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Very sorry to hear this. I would probably go nuts if I broke my N1 right now. Hopefully it won't cost too much to repair it.
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Are there still issues with bluetooth (particularly stereo) on Cyano's roms?
Hey folks. I'm considering rooting my N1. I've read about the first 20 pages of this thread, then skipped through random pages in the 50s, 70s, and 80s. Most of my questions were answered, but the one that I haven't found an answer to is:
Is there any way to back up your SMS messages? It may seem weird, but I keep all of my messages as long as I can. I turned off the deletion of old messages... but I want to make sure I can have a way to backup/restore or have them synced. Is this possible? If so, I'll definitely be moving to CyanogenMod really soon!
(Also, can anyone provide me with info on how under-volting works? I know it improves battery life, but supplying less than a chip was designed for just seems like a really bad idea to me.)
I have no idea. I have no interest in paying $55 for a kit like that. To the best of my knowledge, the SMS messages are stored on the device itself, not on the SIM. That's why it can store so many messages in comparison with an older phone that requires the SMS messages to be stored on the SIM, resulting in an inbox limit of like 20.
maybe when you sync your phone-pc you can save what you want that way