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Re: New to Android or NAND?

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What a WORTHLESS response, can't you PM him instead!? Your reply really helps with this thread. Thanks.
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Re: New to Android or NAND?

how do i use the screen calibration app? i can't get the screen cailbrated.
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the screen is way out of wack, how can i fix this?
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how do i use the screen calibration app? i can't get the screen cailbrated.
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the screen is way out of wack, how can i fix this?

If you provide a little more info such as Android build if your using NAND or SD and what is out of whack. Someone might have a solution. I know that each build needs a certain resolution like the Hero needs 320 x 480.
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Re: New to Android or NAND?

i am using nand, this version of donut: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=591104 and i am starting to think it is just the screen itself. but i just cant get the alingment right. do i need to press both red dots at the same time?
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i am using nand, this version of donut: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=591104 and i am starting to think it is just the screen itself. but i just cant get the alingment right. do i need to press both red dots at the same time?
Well I am by far NOT an Android expert but I tried that build myself last week and had no problems. What size nbh file are you using. I don't recall what size it needs but if you post in that thread on XDA you might get some help from the developer.
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Re: New to Android or NAND?

I did it...and when i try to open my camera it says..."The applicationCamera(process com.android.camera) has stopped nuexpectedly. Please try again." Can you help me??

Another thing is that i tried to connect with APN, IM from dominican republic and i can;t connect it...Help me please
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