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How about signal? And can this kernel be flashed through recovery installing the zip? Wipe cache and davilk cache?

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I did not notice a difference in signal. I pushed the zip folder while the phone was in recovery and installed it there after wiping caches.

This morning I noticed that the speaker nor microphone was working properly. I had to use my backup and am on the CM7.2 RC1 loaded kernel now. Hopefully it works better for you guys.
 
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Shes not hearing ringing while making calls and cant hear her talking when I answer...looks like I'm flashing back too lol.

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Did either of you flash the rom with a full wipe (data and caches)? I have flashed every kernel that works with this rom and I have not had one instance of the mic or the speaker not working.

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Thought only wipe the cache and dav cache. Are you sure a data wipe is needed?

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It doesn't hurt to try. If you have been running a different version it probably will fix it.

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I can't move or remove icons from the homepage. The procedure to move them is to longpress on them correct?

I longpress and the phone buzzes but it doesn't move or allow me to remove icons.
I've already tried wiping the cache.

Edit: Fixed it with reboot
 
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I installed cm7.2 and i love it. Not one bug yet, everything kosher, this is a good rom as was or is cm7.1
 
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For some reason the portable hot spot just isn't stable. I get disconnected constantly and it wont keep an active connection to my ps3 or my computer. The wireless tether app is supposed to create a tether that is similar to USB tethering except it is wireless so it is much more stable and faster.

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You know, I didn't notice an issue until after I posted and I started noticing what you describe as well. However, I was on the *.622 radio. I upgraded to the *.1111 radio, and I'm experimenting to see if it is better. Sure enough, I'll post and jinx myself again.

If I keep having issues, I'll have to give the wireless tether app a shot.
 
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I just flash Condemned CM7, not really sure what the difference is.
 
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I just flash Condemned CM7, not really sure what the difference is.
More ICS animation. I know a new style of unlock rings were made too. Called "blade" looks pretty slick compared to bubble, revamped or minimal. Check it out.

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