bobcat goldthwaite

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  1. Nope, no custom ROM. Just rooted simply so I can run titanium backup. No other weird hacks/tweaks have been made
  2. As Alari said, I've had a similar issue. I should add, that my phone is rooted, will be interested to know if BigShane/grimbo88 do too
  3. I had indeed. Saved one manual slot (that I did before exiting the game each time) and just left the autosave to do its thing. It looks like a hard one to diagnose, I wish I hadn't mucked about so much before reporting the issue as it would have been more helpful. It almost reads like a local storage issue on the phone itself, or maybe it was caused by the mysterious invocation of the initial data download once I rebooted a few times. I'm going to start a new game and will report back if it occurs again, I wasn't too far through the season (and was doing rubbish) so I'm not too upset. I'll do my own incremental backups to make sure I don't lose everything. Cheers
  4. Hello, Installed and started playing FMH on my SGS2 yesterday. This morning upon exiting the game, it crashed and caused a reboot. Now when I attempt to load my game (icon: Continue game), it very briefly flashes with 'Restoring Game data' and returns to the main menu. *During the process of writing this post, I just wanted to check my facts and started a new game to see if that works. It did, but now all my old saved games have disappeared. On my latest attempt at running the game, it prompted me to download files once again (as it did on first installation), so I'm really not sure what has happened here... but my saved games are gone. - Interestingly, the icon has since changed from 'Continue Game' to 'Load Game'* At no point have I had my phone running in USB storage mode on my machine. In: fmh_data\save_games , the only files present are the ones I have just created when testing by starting a new game. I don't really have much hope of getting my saved game back, but I just thought I should start this thread to register it as a possible bug. If there are any log files/further information I can provide, I will happily provide it. Samsung Galaxy S2 Running: 2.3.4 Free space: over 2gb on the internal 'sd card' Cheers