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[ROM] CyanogenMod 7 for the HTC Wildfire :: V7.2.0 (16 Jun 2012)

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28th July 2012, 09:21 AM   |  #421  
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try flashing a fresh radio image...followed by a kernel flash .... instability is mainly caused due to these 2 things.....

cm7.2 is the 2nd best stable rom after official sense....never had a stuck up till date





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28th July 2012, 10:43 AM   |  #422  
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try flashing a fresh radio image...followed by a kernel flash .... instability is mainly caused due to these 2 things.....

cm7.2 is the 2nd best stable rom after official sense....never had a stuck up till date

thanks, which ones can you recommend? I live in germany if it matters for best performance/signal
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kernel - Sympfinity v4.1
governor-smartassv2
i/o scheduler-SIO
min-200+MHz
max-710MHz(more than this is really not required)
LINK-http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1588480


RADIO IMAGE- Radio_13.55.55.24H_3.35.20.10 (LATEST)
LINK-http://forum.xda-developers.com/atta...7&d=1333181742


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30th July 2012, 02:10 PM   |  #424  
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on cm7.2

kernel - Sympfinity v4.1
governor-smartassv2
i/o scheduler-SIO
min-200+MHz
max-710MHz(more than this is really not required)
LINK-http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1588480


RADIO IMAGE- Radio_13.55.55.24H_3.35.20.10 (LATEST)
LINK-http://forum.xda-developers.com/atta...7&d=1333181742


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flashed the kernel, already had the latest radio but no help... last reboot came when I enabled mobile data.. its just so weird that just after flashing a nightly the phone seems to be broken for good no matter what I do but that doesn't make sense
31st July 2012, 12:20 AM   |  #425  
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flashed the kernel, already had the latest radio but no help... last reboot came when I enabled mobile data.. its just so weird that just after flashing a nightly the phone seems to be broken for good no matter what I do but that doesn't make sense

use cm 7.2 stable release...not night releases
31st July 2012, 02:33 PM   |  #426  
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Anyone having problem using dialpad while calling? For me seemd zero is not working, its not recognized although you can press it..

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31st July 2012, 04:33 PM   |  #427  
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use cm 7.2 stable release...not night releases

yeah, I've completely formated the phone, installed a RUU and 7.2 stable now - so far so good
31st July 2012, 09:56 PM   |  #428  
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flashed the kernel, already had the latest radio but no help... last reboot came when I enabled mobile data.. its just so weird that just after flashing a nightly the phone seems to be broken for good no matter what I do but that doesn't make sense

Reboots from enabling mobile data rings a bell...
From what I read your problem might not be related to the one I tried to solve last week. Due to the fact that I can't exactly tell what the reason was (same goes for the explicit part of the solution) it might be worth a try at least.
I've been suffering from reboots when turning on 3G data - not more - not random and just 3G everything else worked well. If you have some time you might read a part of the story here (starting from #10)

For the solution of my problem I can only make a few conclusions what might have been successful - some steps could have been unnecessary - no idea. What I think what might have done the trick is, downgrade radio by flashing an older one (Radio_13.53.55.24H_3.35.19.25) and upgrading again by flashing the newest (Radio_13.55.55.24H_3.35.20.10).
I've also installed a different recovery (due to unconfirmed reports that format/wipe wouldn't work correctly sometimes) plus I did always a complete wipe/factory reset.

It depends on you if you like to do all the steps - you can follow them in the thread linked above. For the files/versions I have used: CyanogenMod 7.2 Final(GWK74/2.3.7), recovery and radios all available here: The Complete Wildfire Index Good luck!
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Hi everyone,

I've flashed this rom, and now my home button doesn't do anything? With vibration enabled I can feel a vibration but it doesn't actually do anything?

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*COUGH*

anyone had this problem, I doubt it can be just my single phone out of all Rooted Wildfire's ?
3rd August 2012, 05:06 PM   |  #430  
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*COUGH*

anyone had this problem, I doubt it can be just my single phone out of all Rooted Wildfire's ?

nope I didn't have this problem - I used the stable for quite a while before I went on with LeWa (and I haven't heard of that problem anywhere else).

Have you done a fresh install or did you flash it over?

I always do it this way: format system / wipe cache / flash new ROM / flash gapps

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