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Subject: Wifi problem galaxy s3 Cm10.
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Does anyone know. I just putted Cm10 on my s3 and the wifi just wont work.

  • 01.08.2013 12:25 PM PST

What was the point of getting Cm10? So far you seem to have only gotten problems from it.

  • 01.08.2013 12:26 PM PST
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Posted by: Leader AleX
What was the point of getting Cm10? So far you seem to have only gotten problems from it.


Well its faster and looks better in my opinion, And i like the camera layout more.and the sounds. And faster updating.

  • 01.08.2013 12:28 PM PST

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Godshatter: I can go all the way with someone without being attracted to them.
CamCamm: How does that work?
Godshatter: I'm easily aroused by anything that moves. It's a curse.
Brain says 'No, that's ugly', body says 'ugly is fine with me'.

Sucks!

  • 01.08.2013 12:48 PM PST

Solution: get cm 10.1

  • 01.08.2013 12:49 PM PST
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Posted by: RC5908
Solution: get cm 10.1
It's far from stable.

OT: Did you flash the correct firmware for your device? (AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, T-Mobile, and international version of the S3 all have their own unique firmware.)

  • 01.08.2013 12:53 PM PST


Posted by: HD PVR
Posted by: RC5908
Solution: get cm 10.1
It's far from stable.

OT: Did you flash the correct firmware for your device? (AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, T-Mobile, and international version of the S3 all have their own unique firmware.)
The recent builds are very stable. I've been using it since the first builds came out a few weeks ago, and it's perfectly acceptable for every day use.

  • 01.08.2013 12:54 PM PST

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Posted by: HD PVR
Posted by: RC5908
Solution: get cm 10.1
It's far from stable.

OT: Did you flash the correct firmware for your device? (AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, T-Mobile, and international version of the S3 all have their own unique firmware.)
I dunno, I use the 10.1 nightlies on my Nexus 4 as my daily driver. Rarely have an issue.

OP- it's important you flashed the right version for your phone. Did you also flash gapps? The stock kernel should work with CM10 just fine on the S3, so I don't think that would be a problem.

  • 01.08.2013 12:57 PM PST
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Posted by: RC5908
The recent builds are very stable. I've been using it since the first builds came out a few weeks ago, and it's perfectly acceptable for every day use.
Which carrier do you have? I've got an AT&T S3 - after installing the 05-01-13-nightly build, I noticed quite a few bugs immediately. It's more stable than it was a month ago, but I can't use it as my daily yet.


Posted by: MadMax888
I dunno, I use the 10.1 nightlies on my Nexus 4 as my daily driver. Rarely have an issue.
Yeah, I haven't noticed any major bugs on my N7 (I attribute that to it being a Google device, though). There's still quite a few problems on the S3 (AT&T build at least), including a broken bluetooth stack.

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  • 01.08.2013 1:03 PM PST

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Posted by: RC5908
The recent builds are very stable. I've been using it since the first builds came out a few weeks ago, and it's perfectly acceptable for every day use.[/quote]Which carrier do you have? I've got an AT&T S3 - after installing the 05-01-13-nightly build, I noticed quite a few bugs immediately. It's more stable than it was a month ago, but I can't use it as my daily yet.


Posted by: MadMax888
I dunno, I use the 10.1 nightlies on my Nexus 4 as my daily driver. Rarely have an issue.
Yeah, I haven't noticed any major bugs on my N7. There's still quite a few problems on the S3 (AT&T build at least), including a broken bluetooth stack.
Ugh. These bluetooth stacks are a nightmare. I don't even know whose fault it is; Google, the phone manufacturer, or the bluetooth chip manufacturer.

I run into this all the time with fitness apps and trackers; they only work with certain Android phones where the bluetooth communicates properly.

  • 01.08.2013 1:05 PM PST

Why did you click the more button? By accident? Reply is at the bottom...
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Turn it off and on.

Solves it for me 99% of the time.

  • 01.08.2013 1:05 PM PST
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Posted by: MadMax888
Ugh. These bluetooth stacks are a nightmare. I don't even know whose fault it is; Google, the phone manufacturer, or the bluetooth chip manufacturer.

I run into this all the time with fitness apps and trackers; they only work with certain Android phones where the bluetooth communicates properly.
From what I've read, many devs are blaming Google, but who knows; it's probably a combination of all three.

It's just a little frustrating because I use bluetooth for almost everything: music and hands free calling in my car, streaming to my stereo system in the house, etc., and it's been hit-or-miss lately.

  • 01.08.2013 1:13 PM PST


Posted by: HD PVR
Posted by: RC5908
The recent builds are very stable. I've been using it since the first builds came out a few weeks ago, and it's perfectly acceptable for every day use.
Which carrier do you have? I've got an AT&T S3 - after installing the 05-01-13-nightly build, I noticed quite a few bugs immediately. It's more stable than it was a month ago, but I can't use it as my daily yet.
I have the ATT build and I don't notice any significant bugs. What did you see?

  • 01.08.2013 1:16 PM PST
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Posted by: RC5908

Posted by: HD PVR
Posted by: RC5908
The recent builds are very stable. I've been using it since the first builds came out a few weeks ago, and it's perfectly acceptable for every day use.
Which carrier do you have? I've got an AT&T S3 - after installing the 05-01-13-nightly build, I noticed quite a few bugs immediately. It's more stable than it was a month ago, but I can't use it as my daily yet.
I have the ATT build and I don't notice any significant bugs. What did you see?
Main one, as I said above, is bluetooth. I also found the lock screen and CRT screen-off animations weren't quite right. Sometimes the CRT animation didn't show, and I'd often have to press buttons multiple times to turn the lock screen on while the phone was asleep. The latter two aren't such a big deal, and I'd easily have overlooked them if bluetooth was more stable.

  • 01.08.2013 1:26 PM PST