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Flash Cell to Cricket Instructions

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2124527


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Rom Install Instructions::
“Very Important Make A Nandroid ALWAYS”
– Make sure your using latest SmelkusMod Recovery Recomended
– Put ROM & Gapps on SD Card
– Reboot into Recovery
– Wipe Factory Data Reset
– Wipe Superwipe
– Wipe Format All
– Wipe Caches
– Install ROM
– Install Gapps
– Reboot

Cricket Mms Instructions::
– Turn On Bluetooth
– Open App Voice Dialer
– Say “Open Apn’s”
– Click Cricket Apn
– Click Username
– Enter Cell# Were Is Says MDN “555555555@mycricket.com”
– Click Menu Button and Save
– Click the bubble on right side of Cricket To Enable APN FOR Mms
– Disable Bluetooth
– Restart Phone and Send & Receive Mms

Installing A2SD:
– Open Terminal Emulator (app in the app drawer)
– Type “su” without the quotes
– Allow Terminal Emulator super user access
– Type “a2sd install” without the quotes
– Type ‘y’ for cache without the quotes
– Type ‘n’ for data without the quotes
– Type ‘y’ for reboot without the quotes

Rom: Mazwoz-Supersonic-JB-B4 (Cricket Version)
MD5 – 491847e51c066f2edb2152751136bf7c
Gapps: gapps-jb-20121212-signed.zip
MD5 – c4a07a24e11448824b84e314600cd357

Changelog:
Added Replacement Cricket (4.2) MMS.apk
Modified eri.xml To Have Cricket Carrier label
Modified apns-conf.xml W/ Cricket’s Apn

Special Thanks:
Evervolv (Prelude Drew) for the Initial Work
Mazwoz (Rom) XDA Page

 

Two venomous vipers vanish from Swedish zoo

Two venomous vipers vanish from Swedish zoo

Staff at the Djurparken Zoo in Helsingborg think that two missing snakes have been stolen by a snake expert intending to sell the rare species.

“They came here some time between Monday night and Tuesday morning. They took one yellow snake, and one that was striped green,” Mats Hafström, the owner of the zoo, told The Local.

IN PICTURES: Take a closer look at the snakes

The thieves broke down the door and through the terrarium, and even into the private offices of the zoo, in what Hafström believes was an attempt to find more snakes to pinch.

“We had 15 that were born here in July, and we only left two out on show. They must have been looking for the other 13,” he said. “It’s extremely rare that pit vipers are born in captivity.”

Hafström hopes the media attention will mean the thieves have trouble selling the pair of pit vipers. He added that the public has no need for concern, even though the snakes are highly venomous.

“There’s no way they’ll let the snakes loose, they’re too valuable. And even if they did, the snakes wouldn’t survive the cold here. No one has anything to worry about.”

The police have launched an investigation.

The pit viper, also known as the Trimeresurus, is nicknamed the 100 pace snake as those bitten by it are said to only manage 100 steps before dropping dead. It is mostly found in the wild in southern Asia, and eats rodents and birds.

Source: http://www.thelocal.se/50042/20130903/