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Here's a patch (apply as OR update) for peshovec's update-cm-7.1.0-MilestoneXT720-beta-04042012-signed.zip that adds support for xt720mod.sbf (sensorfix.ko) and sets default density back to 240.

So far memory use seems to be much, much more sane than I've experienced in the compiled CM7's for XT720 that I've tried. nadlabak's sneaky process reassignment/vm merging tricks seem to work quite well. I'm not hating it yet and by now I'd usually have a growing bad feeling about CM7 I am seeing more FC's than I expect but the logcats do seem to be pointing at problems in the apps rather than say the framework etc.
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Milestone XT720 -- CM6.3.6.2/github -- OpenRecoveryXT720 -- fastboot kernels -- SBF master thread/mirrors -- reverendkjr's video tutorials
SD card/app2ext/Link2SD problems: ORXT720 > "SD Card Utilities" > "Save diagnostics" and post /sdcard/sdcard-info.txt
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Peshovec: fyi this CM7 is very, very good. I'm having to reconsider my avoidance of CM7. Kudos!
Milestone XT720 -- CM6.3.6.2/github -- OpenRecoveryXT720 -- fastboot kernels -- SBF master thread/mirrors -- reverendkjr's video tutorials
SD card/app2ext/Link2SD problems: ORXT720 > "SD Card Utilities" > "Save diagnostics" and post /sdcard/sdcard-info.txt
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Peshovec: fyi this CM7 is very, very good. I'm having to reconsider my avoidance of CM7. Kudos!
I tried one of Peshovec's CM7 and didn't really like it, but now I feel I should try it again, thanks to your reply and your patch.
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It's very Spartan--a lot of things have been disabled, so don't judge it based on missing features.
Milestone XT720 -- CM6.3.6.2/github -- OpenRecoveryXT720 -- fastboot kernels -- SBF master thread/mirrors -- reverendkjr's video tutorials
SD card/app2ext/Link2SD problems: ORXT720 > "SD Card Utilities" > "Save diagnostics" and post /sdcard/sdcard-info.txt
 
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Here's a patch (apply as OR update) for peshovec's update-cm-7.1.0-MilestoneXT720-beta-04042012-signed.zip that adds support for xt720mod.sbf (sensorfix.ko) and sets default density back to 240.

So far memory use seems to be much, much more sane than I've experienced in the compiled CM7's for XT720 that I've tried. nadlabak's sneaky process reassignment/vm merging tricks seem to work quite well. I'm not hating it yet and by now I'd usually have a growing bad feeling about CM7 I am seeing more FC's than I expect but the logcats do seem to be pointing at problems in the apps rather than say the framework etc.
I get an invalid zip file with both windows native zip functionality & 7zip on this patch. Has anyone else seen this?
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I get an invalid zip file with both windows native zip functionality & 7zip on this patch. Has anyone else seen this?
It looks like the update is corrupted (md5sums doesn't match). I don't know how to fix it from my phone, so it will be a few hours for a fix. Sorry.
Milestone XT720 -- CM6.3.6.2/github -- OpenRecoveryXT720 -- fastboot kernels -- SBF master thread/mirrors -- reverendkjr's video tutorials
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I re-uploaded the peshovec-patch-20120404-2123.zip attachment in post #41 (and then verified after downloading from xda). Sorry for the hassle.
Milestone XT720 -- CM6.3.6.2/github -- OpenRecoveryXT720 -- fastboot kernels -- SBF master thread/mirrors -- reverendkjr's video tutorials
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WOW This ROM is superfast and amazing! Great work peshovec!

Camera works great as well! This is definitely a winner!
 
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i'm on sbfmod, data network have problem, when i change 3G to 2G, the icon only show G instead of E like another ROM, and sometime it's cannot connect.
If use normal stock sbf, it OK, but i want to use sbfmod cause it have large internal storage.
 
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Trying this rom out now, very smooth, no problems so far. I set the lcd density to 230 though.

just realised i dont have gapps! where do i download it?

edit: nevermind, i downloaded gapps from cyanogenmod wiki already, thanks.

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