I've been using ViperX Rom 3.3.1. Now when I restored my nandroid backup I was stuck on Airplane mode. I tried to switch it off but it doesn't. Please help me.
I have been googling for days now and couldn't find the answer.
I rooted my optimus one with super one click then tried to flash roms with no luck:
Tried flashing 4.4.2 by bigsupersquid - but it got stuck on the logo
Tried flashing the stable CM 7.2 - worked but it got stuck on airplane mode all the time so I don't have service
Tried flashing ICySNAP-v2.0-CM9 - same as with the CM7 - stuc
The Gnome documentation states
Switch Airplane Mode on. This will turn off your wireless connection until you switch off airplane mode again.
Using Airplane Mode will completely turn off both wireless and Bluetooth connections.
I have Airplane Mode turned on in my Network Settings, but still am able to access both Wireless and Bluetooth.
So, what is the real purpose of having Airplane Mode?
I'm just wondering if the airplane mode on my android phone is only a fake. I've been trying for weeks to turn on and off the airplane mode of my phone but it never becomes an airplane, nor even show me a wheel, a wing or any other stuff that belongs to a plane.
WHY? WHY? Who can tell me WHY? Will your phone become a plane if you turn on the airplane mode?
When I select Airplane mode a message comes up saying: Airplane mode allows you to turn off calling, messaging and data network features. It also turns off connectivity features such as Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
As a pilot for a potential one-on-one program, my school has installed Linux on some Dells that are a couple of years old, and have placed a few of us in charge of setting up/running them. They are running Qiana (Linux Mint v. 17) and Cinnamon (I believe 2.2, but am not sure. I will add that information when I get it). One day, the laptop began refusing to connect to wifi.
Has anyone figured out how to deactivate the redundant "airplane mode will disable your radios--now respond to another prompt to confirm that you wanted to turn on airplane mode when you pressed the airplane mode button the first time"? (hint: yes, yes I did).