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[ROM][UNOFFICIAL] CyanogenMod 7.2 (9th June, 2012)

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Good news about GPS: ali ba push gps fix into main branch. Soon it will be committed and you will not apply it separately.
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Good news about GPS: ali ba push gps fix into main branch. Soon it will be committed and you will not apply it separately.
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AGPS fix included in nightly build, so from this date you don't need to apply this fix anymore.
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Default Wifi problem

Hello guys,

I put 7.2RC1 on my Legend, and everything seems to be cool, only it seems, that it cannot connect to wifi networks, with hidden SSIDs. Does anyone have same experiences? I have tried it with radio 7.08.35.21 and 7.13.35.13. The SSID shows up between the found networks, but only for a second, than it disappears for a few seconds (says it's not in range), than shows up again, and so on..

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Try to add it manually
 
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... with hidden SSIDs ...The SSID shows up between the found networks, but only for a second, than it disappears for a few seconds (says it's not in range), than shows up again ...
So what actually do you expect as correct behaviour? Shown in the list, or hidden? Do you expect security improvements using hidden SSID - it's definitely not. In general, hiding the SSID is not recommended (just google that topic).

As posted right above - you will have to add it manually.

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So what actually do you expect as correct behaviour? Shown in the list, or hidden? Do you expect security improvements using hidden SSID - it's definitely not. In general, hiding the SSID is not recommended (just google that topic).

As posted right above - you will have to add it manually.

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Ah.. Of course I've added it manually. In other ways how would it even show up in the list?
I had no problem with hidden networks with my stock ROM. I just switched to Cyanogenmod. And I can't connect to these networks anymore.
(I'm not expecting security improvements, but I'm not the one who's managing these networks, so I have no choice.)
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Thanks for clarification. Seems like I can't provide useful hints here - sorry.
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Where I find update gapps?
 
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