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Do you have a solution to be able to save camera images/videos on the external SD card? I'd like to be able to record longer videos and the internal memory is not big enough.

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The latest nightly seems excellent.
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halp!
I lost the setting where you can enable/disable the bootanimation, where is it? :v
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hey guys, i was wondering how it the battery life on cm9 latest nightly, currently i m on dark knight 3.5 and i got average 1.5%/hour consumption during the phone is in sleep. i would like to go back to cm9 because this ROM is pretty buggy. than x a lot!!
 
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Dumb question: would someone please explain to me what the "power shutter" feature is in the Camera?

I've enabled it, but am not seeing any way to take pics using the power button, which is what I thought it did?

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Dumb question: would someone please explain to me what the "power shutter" feature is in the Camera?

I've enabled it, but am not seeing any way to take pics using the power button, which is what I thought it did?

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yeah that is what it should do...
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Strange thing but for me it started to work after long press on power button. First time it locked phone and after that I could take pictures with power button.

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Whats the exact difference between teamhacksungs build 17 and Cm9 nightly??

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Default Kernels

Hi all,

Thanks for the info and comments. I do however have queries regarding the kernels to be used.

I have (or had, who knows) the speedmod K16-11 CWM kernel installed, with a pretty stock 2.3.5. Last night I upgraded to ICS (CM9), using CWM to simply install a zip file. First reboot got into a loop. I ran the .zip update with CMW again (which, incidently, had been upgraded to 5.5.0.4). Anyhow, things seem to be working fine, apart from recognised ICS nightly build bugs.

And yet, apparently speedmod kernel is not meant for CM mods : "[Speedmod kernel use] A : Any stock Samsung Gingerbread firmware, and most popular customized Samsung ROMs. It does not work with CM or MIUI ROMs."

Should this not be working? Am I right in saying my speedmod kernel is running fine with ICS? Or am I going to experience bugs down the line? I'm rather confused as to what I have done

Thanks for the great work
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You flashed over the last ROM and kernel.
You are now on the CM9 kernal. Go to 'about phone' in settings and you will see...

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