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Old 04-18-2007, 11:44 AM
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Thanks. Yeah, I can make some educated guesses, but input from actual users is the most helpful.
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I think this thread should be a sticky!
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Old 04-18-2007, 01:08 PM
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Thanks. Yeah, I can make some educated guesses, but input from actual users is the most helpful.
Got the Alltel cabs ready, but dang if I can find the thread that gives instructions on how to upload them to the FTP server. Anyone?
***EDIT*** Never mind, I figured it out. The Alltel Ext ROM from AKU2.2 is uploaded with the other Carrier Extended ROMs.
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Old 04-26-2007, 10:25 AM
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After flashing the Kirvin 3.5 NoJunk and manually setting up the data connection (but not following Jimnutt's method above in this thread) I started getting "Miscellaneous Erroneously Mobile IP Setup Occurred" Code 37 every time I took the unit out of the cradle. Also I would randomly be prompted for the vzw password.

It started the minute I began using the phone after 3.5 flash. After a call to Verizon level 3 techs I can no longer get online at all despite reflashing to 2.07.200 . A replacement phone is on its way and I'm hoping to prevent this happening again.

Was this a random problem or is it:

1. Because I didn't follow the procedure jimnutt outlined above in this thread
2. Because I should use Total Commander and type in \\Extended ROM\ and run the cabs that specifically setup the data connection?

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Old 04-26-2007, 11:10 AM
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Could be a transient, it also could be tower related. I was having trouble with this myself (with the stock ROM) a while ago, I seem to remember reading somewhere that it was related to switching back and forth between EVDO and 1x. Is it a problem only in one location? Or does it happen everywhere you use your phone? Are you in a 1x or EVDO area? In my case the problem just seemed to solve itself after a while. You might try doing a PRL update and see if that helps..

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Old 04-26-2007, 11:30 AM
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I live in town near the towers with 4 bars of EVDO - I do travel to one job where I go through an area with no towers and then 1xrtt
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Old 04-26-2007, 11:31 AM
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Why would upgrading to 3.5 suddenly start this issue?
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Old 04-26-2007, 03:17 PM
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OK so now that we have a new unified rom kitchen, it would be nice to have a custom carrier specific OEM for integrating these Extrom cabs into the rom.

Since there is a lot of unnessesary fat to trim off in these cabs, can anyone post if they have done so and made OEM already?
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Old 04-26-2007, 03:53 PM
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Yeah Sogarth and I made a pretty thorough Sprint OEM. It has a couple of modifications--a complete list of what's in and what's out can be found in a readme in the rar file.

It's in my subfolder of Kitchen OEMs.
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Verizon replaced the phone (see above posts by me in this thread). The first thing I did was upgrade to Kirvin 3.5 NoJunk with all the proper hard resets etc and then I restored using Sprite and then I called in and activated the phone more soft resets, programming *228 and finally I created the connection - left everything blank, went to internet explorer, let it connect - again left everything blank with save checked and its been working great for two days.
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