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[ROM][MTD]CyanogenMod 7.2.0 UNOFFICIAL by TeamAcid[R13][Mar-22-2013]

25th April 2012, 10:35 PM |#11  
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In an email I sent to teamacid members:

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M_T_M has helped to convinced me to stick around.

I'm gonna take two weeks off from hacking to get my life sorted out
and to clear my mind.

When I come back, my threads (heimdall, cm7, and kernel) will be
unlocked and updated.

Until then, I'll be hangin out in #teamnerd in case you guys need any help.

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26th April 2012, 12:19 AM |#12  
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Nice to see you'll be back Bryan. You've done so much for our phone already, and you're a great dev, and put up with more than you should have to. Wish that was enough to make life not suck.
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This is great news. My wife always enjoys the updates that you devs provide. Can't wait to see what comes next!

Anyway, back on topic, can't wait to try out this ROM soon

Sent from R2's G2
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Not that I don't have access to *nix. but will there be a build to install that is similar to the way everyone is used to such as CWM, Basically a windows version?

Just a question of curiosity, I'm happy to see CM 7 here on our devices and am excited to see a final build once everything has been worked out.

Thank you very much for working on this build and to whoever helps out with it! you are a credit to the community.
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26th April 2012, 01:19 AM |#15  
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Not that I don't have access to *nix. but will there be a build to install that is similar to the way everyone is used to such as CWM, Basically a windows version?

Even on the Galaxy S, you have to heimdall the zImage(boot.img... same thing) as the first step to moving over.

After the heimdall step is done, you basically install cm7 through cwm.

We don't have RomManager/GooManager support... yet, but that will be worked out later.
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26th April 2012, 01:22 AM |#16  
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Originally Posted by bhundven

Even on the Galaxy S, you have to heimdall the zImage(boot.img... same thing) as the first step to moving over.

After the heimdall step is done, you basically install cm7 through cwm.

We don't have RomManager/GooManager support... yet, but that will be worked out later.

If you talk to pawitp over on that side, he can walk you through the two-stage recovery flash we do now. Going from BML to MTD does not require heimdall or Odin anymore on the i9000, Captivate, etc.
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Originally Posted by sixstringsg

If you talk to pawitp over on that side, he can walk you through the two-stage recovery flash we do now. Going from BML to MTD does not require heimdall or Odin anymore on the i9000, Captivate, etc.

Yes, our cm7 build uses the same two stage recovery.
But for some reason, I still have to heimdall the boot.img.

https://github.com/teamacid/android_...b98a5187656cce

and

https://github.com/teamacid/android_...mkshbootimg.py

(edit): Unless... something changed with their two-stage recovery...
Last edited by bhundven; 26th April 2012 at 01:37 AM. Reason: doh, meant mkshbootimg.py, not releasetools
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Quote:
Originally Posted by sixstringsg

If you talk to pawitp over on that side, he can walk you through the two-stage recovery flash we do now. Going from BML to MTD does not require heimdall or Odin anymore on the i9000, Captivate, etc.

http://www.quickmeme.com/meme/3oz1a6/


on topic: didn't want to leave CM7, but i'll be back once bryan comes back
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After using it for two days, I'd say the the rom is very stable. Battery is relatively great. I'm not having the wifi or 4G issues that people are talking about. USB transfer worked for me once yesterday, but now when I try to hit the message about connecting to the computer (can't remember what it says exactly) in the notification menu, it doesn't open the option. Other than that though, everything is great.

Also, I think FB's instructions for installing the rom should be pasted here. It's what I used, and it seems to have caused zero issues.
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26th April 2012, 01:55 AM |#20  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by bhundven

Yes, our cm7 build uses the same two stage recovery.
But for some reason, I still have to heimdall the boot.img.

https://github.com/teamacid/android_...b98a5187656cce

and

https://github.com/teamacid/android_...mkshbootimg.py

(edit): Unless... something changed with their two-stage recovery...

I think it might be, because the partition layout differences between bml and mtd, but at that point the real differences only exist beyond the system partition.
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