Originally Posted by bigsupersquid
Format /boot if you want. Usually not necessary but won't hurt anything.
/recovery is a seperate partition and you can't format it from the recovery menus.
On an Optimus V, I had gone through all the procedures (Bobzhome CM7) except formatting partitions. It froze at boot on the green Android circle.
Redid the operation except this time I did this:
Wipe Data/Factory Reset, wipe cache partition. Under Advanced submenu, wipe dalvik-cache. Then uner Mounts & Storage submenu, format all partitions EXCEPT /sdcard and boot.
Flawless! Presently overclocking at 768MHz.
I just set to set CPU frequency on boot. But if there is a problem, how do I boot to the default 600MHz CPU frequency?
Also, any way to get rid of or replace the Virgin Mobile boot graphics?
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T-Mobile running CM7 Nightly-20130301/
Trinity T15-G2x-06022012 kernel
2. LG Optimus V VM670 - no mobile service, dedicated GPS & Dashboard Camera experiment
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