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[Tutorial] [Find 7] How to install Cyanogenmod Nightly on Find 7 X907x (OS X)

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I said the same bout 1 plus and got the find 7 x9076. Cm nightlies are stable and I'm so glad im still not waiting for a one plus. I purchased the find 7 and had it before the official release date July 1. I got it june 29th. I use twrp for my cwm. Don't wait get the find 7

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My guess would be not following the installation instructions.
Hmmm. Despite being a typical male I actually read and used the directions, I still get the black out condition.

The issue was getting better results (lower occurrence) when xposed blew up for me throwing system.ui errors on the 16 Jul update and not allowing uninstall and module uninstall didn't help.

After full wipe I titanium'd back to 14 Jul (teaches me to do nightly delta backups so I don't need to recreate some items) and back in business but higher occurrence of black out.

I am letting the phone res to a cloth on an icepack if it is the thermal issue. Kinda' whacky but still get black outs.
 
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I said the same bout 1 plus and got the find 7 x9076. Cm nightlies are stable and I'm so glad im still not waiting for a one plus. I purchased the find 7 and had it before the official release date July 1. I got it june 29th. I use twrp for my cwm. Don't wait get the find 7

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The x9076 is the model number for US LTE? Can I ask where you got it? I've only found it at oppostyle thus far.
 
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The x9076 is the model number for US LTE? Can I ask where you got it? I've only found it at oppostyle thus far.
Oppostyle. Fast & accessories reasonable, e.g., Find 7a 2800 MaH as a spare
 
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The x9076 is the model number for US LTE? Can I ask where you got it? I've only found it at oppostyle thus far.
I got it from Oppostyle, they are Oppo's official US distributor.
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Hmmm. Despite being a typical male I actually read and used the directions, I still get the black out condition.

The issue was getting better results (lower occurrence) when xposed blew up for me throwing system.ui errors on the 16 Jul update and not allowing uninstall and module uninstall didn't help.

After full wipe I titanium'd back to 14 Jul (teaches me to do nightly delta backups so I don't need to recreate some items) and back in business but higher occurrence of black out.

I am letting the phone res to a cloth on an icepack if it is the thermal issue. Kinda' whacky but still get black outs.
I only put this tutorial here for people who want to test Cyanogen -- it isn't ready for daily driving yet.

If you want a stable ROM I highly recommend Team Gummy's ROM. It is highly stable and everything works (except for the proprietary camera features).
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iPad Air 16GB 4G
iPad Air 16GB wi-fi
Nexus 5 GPE 16GB
Samsung Galaxy S3
Samsung Galaxy S4
iBook G4 MorphOS 3.6
Macbook Pro 13"
Falcon Tiki
MSI GT86

 
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I only put this tutorial here for people who want to test Cyanogen -- it isn't ready for daily driving yet.

If you want a stable ROM I highly recommend Team Gummy's ROM. It is highly stable and everything works (except for the proprietary camera features).
If I sounded like I was criticizing, apologies. Anything but. Appreciate your Herculean efforts and understand that these issues should be expected. I don't think Team Gummy works on the x9076 except for the separate recovery. Could go back to ColorOS, but no way. CM11is pretty stable and if there is any feedback I can give, I'm hoping it helps.
 
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Hello together,

does that also work for the X9070 for China Unicom? I read a lot but cant find anything for X9070. many thanks for your answer.... http://forum.xda-developers.com/imag...s/confused.gif
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