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[ROM] Unofficial Cyanogenmod 7.2 (UPDATE) (Full maintenance release)

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29th April 2012, 04:59 PM   |  #1611  
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NO. ICS is still too buggy Why you didn't work to finish and fix this cyanogen rom?!!

Awesome! People don't appreciate the devs work enough. ICS is where it's at right now. I just tired three different ones for my SGS2 last night before deciding on one. ICS for the WFS is going to be much appreciated and needed. The CM9 base is pretty good.
29th April 2012, 06:20 PM   |  #1612  
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Actually, I've been testing ICS port by ASN and, well, It's awesome. Few minor glitches (colors in camera and battery drainage) but overall work is outstanding. But, again, it's not a rom for end-user's everyday use... yet
My respond for every "Y U No finished poor unfinished cm7 bugs and not working" is:
You can grab sources and help - it's a dev thread. If you want to complain, write to HTC devs and ask them for official ICS port, or make everything open (ril lib, liboemcamera), I'm sure they listen
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29th April 2012, 06:38 PM   |  #1613  
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Actually, I've been testing ICS port by ASN and, well, It's awesome. Few minor glitches (colors in camera and battery drainage) but overall work is outstanding. But, again, it's not a rom for end-user's everyday use... yet
My respond for every "Y U No finished poor unfinished cm7 bugs and not working" is:
You can grab sources and help - it's a dev thread. If you want to complain, write to HTC devs and ask them for official ICS port, or make everything open (ril lib, liboemcamera), I'm sure they listen

agree about every word above...just one correction-there is nothing ˝poor˝ in CM7 as some ppl say...dont mind those comments...one should try making something and then it will learn to aprecciate others work.

Keep up with your work Poljak its great...thumbs up
29th April 2012, 07:03 PM   |  #1614  
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...Last weekend I was too busy with school and, well, Diablo 3 (It was so hard to stop playing and attend college )

Hahaha i knew it! And with GW 2 beta went out live yesterday i was beting on those two as a major cause of your temporary disappearance from here...
Get your act together man and keep up producing those freeking good ROM's!!!

Hahaha jk m8 glad to see ya back here, never had any doubts that you are working on something behind the scenes and can't wait to test new stuff
29th April 2012, 08:23 PM   |  #1615  
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That was just kidding man
I'm so happy to see you again. I think our comments show that we are waiting for you to come back here, we are following your works and we just wanted to hold you back
Thanks again.
29th April 2012, 08:39 PM   |  #1616  
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Looks like new build partially resolved some issues (bluetooth crash) but right now gsm functions are broken. The whole thing looks like this - I'm testing every build for a few days before i publish it, because i want to avoid messages regarding "known issues"
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29th April 2012, 08:51 PM   |  #1617  
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Looks like new build partially resolved some issues (bluetooth crash) but right now gsm functions are broken. The whole thing looks like this - I'm testing every build for a few days before i publish it, because i want to avoid messages regarding "known issues"

thanks alquez

have you had any luck with ICS?
30th April 2012, 04:44 AM   |  #1618  
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Anyone have a % battery mod for CM7 laying around? I tried installing CM9, but had install issues. Reinstalled CM7, but would like a % battry mod. Anyone?
30th April 2012, 09:24 AM   |  #1619  
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thanks alquez

Yes, thanks for all!

Sorry for my English but I'm not sure if you're switching to a completely ICS rom or if you're trying a ICS kernel on CM7. If it can help I'm using your oldest (Dec 16) version and bluetooth has worked very well (I could turn it on and off quickly). Today, however boldly I hooked up my bluetooth watch (same connecting my car handsfree) and it exploded as with all other versions ...

I believe that on our phone CM7 is the best ROM and I really very sorry to know that I will never have a working version. Begin using a swinging version of CM9 I'm always afraid I'd hate to get to a point where maybe it works ALMOST all right, maybe everything except bluetooth or maybe camera or wi-fi, and eventually this phone will never work ...

This CM7 without bluetooth is likely to get depressed, huh? ;)

I think that almost all owners of WFS will agree with me. (There is some +1?) ;)


...so, another time, thanks for all and sorry for my english!
30th April 2012, 10:23 PM   |  #1620  
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This CM7 without bluetooth is likely to get depressed, huh? ;)

Dunno exactly what you mean by that.
I'm using the BT-fix-alpha1-kernel since I tested the alpha2 and switched back. BT is important enough for me to miss the faster kernel without working BT-support.

On the other hand, if CM9 is going to come-out with a fully working feature set it might be prudent not to put much effort in getting BT to work in CM7. But that's up to the devs of course.

In other words, I'm happy with CM7 the way it is now, with the alpa1-kernel.

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