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A Collection of Threads with SOLVED Cooking Issues in Chef Central
Our dear friend and XDA member Chef Laurentius26 has put together a great collection of threads mostly directed for Chefs and Developers solving cooking issues.
Mostly all themes are covered on this fantastic compilation of solved issues. Themes like Boot/startup, blue-tooth, cabs, camera, comm manager, E-Mail/SMS, FM radio, fonts, and Manila are included in this compilation thread.
Indeed a great guide to look for before starting a new thread with a cooking issue.
Originally posted by Laurentius26
SOLVED Cooking issues In CC (please check first before posting a question)[07/09/10]
A collection of threads with SOLVED cooking issues In Chef Central
Before you open a new thread with a question have a look here
because maybe it’s already answered.
If you do decide to open a new thread and your question is solved rename
your thread title to ‘[SOLVED] your question’ so we can add it to the index.
Here’s a alphabetic INDEX of all solved cases in Chef Central to make it easier to find:
You can find more information in the compilation thread.
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