We released this ROM on 16 devices and one of them was Samsung Nexus S (Crespo). It booted fine and we tested it ourselves many times. Infact crespo is our primary test device. Since it is a Cyanogen based ROM, all we needed to do was compile the ROM for crespo4g and create a image. This is the same technique we handle for various devices. We test on international variant of SIII and once we are sure the ROM works we compile for variants like SIII(AT&T) and then release the image.
We are not sure what is the problem because we don't have a crespo4g device and apologies from our side.
We will discontinue the support for this device for the time being.
Gerrit it. Clone cm repo make your changes and push for devices. If error happens a maintainer can always look in.
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i just tried the latest build i think its for the 12th or 13th it would not boot. i will attach a logcat in case that will be helpful to figure out why it will not boot. i am willing to try a few things to get it to boot i just dont know what to do to get it to boot. looks like a real promising rom.
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