I'm using CyanogeMod 7.2.0 RC0 Solana Selfkang right now. It's much snappier in comparison even to minimoto. So far I found only a few minor issues (which can be easily fixed):
- it's not compatible with SafeStrap v3, it simply doesn't boot, but it runs well with SafeStrap 1.08 (the one with text interface and only one ROM slot)
- it doesn't work with GSM networks, but there's a simple zip fix which you have to flash to regain GSM, 2G and 3G
- built in camera doesn't work, but all 3rd party apps I've checked are working
- the same with CM flashlight accessed from top notification bar - 3rd party flashlights are working
As for now I haven't checket Wifi tethering, but Wifi runs well.
I downloaded the ROM from somewhere over the internet yesterday, so it can be found, but if you have troubles accessing it, I can upload it. Just let me know.
Wifi tethering also works fine. The only issue so far is that camera can take pictures, but no movies.
Thanks for the time to reply back to me and sorry for not getting back to you sooner. I very much would like the file please. I had to wipe my device using adb fully ad I had someone who said he had a bell sbf, and knew how to do all that and after wiping it. I can't charge my phone. Just go into stock recovery, do you or shadow know how to revive it? I can't charge the battery at all. Because the guy no longer wants it. I'd love to put cm on it and sell it really.
Sent from my Skyhigh Note 5.
All you have to do to 'revive' your Droid 3 (unless it is physically damaged) is:
1. Download a stock ROM. Look over the internet for threads named 'unbrick droid 3'. A quick tutorial is for example here:
2. Install Motorola USB drivers on your PC (can be also found on the internet).
3. Boot your phone holding power + M buttons, select fastboot. Connect an USB cable.
4. Run a bat file from the unbrick package, wait, phone will reboot and come back to initial stock state.
You mentioned you drained your battery and cannot recharge it. Can you boot Droid 3 then? I remember there was a problem with Milestone 2 that when you drained battery empty, it couldn't boot and start charging. So you had to either charge battery with an external universal li-ion charger, or cut down one end of an USB cable, and just connect live wires to the dead battery to charge it up at least a little bit to allow mobile to boot, and then charge normally. If I'm not mistaken, you had to connect red and black wire, but better check +5V signal with a multimeter.
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