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[Q] How to install Cyanogenmod on Nexus 7?

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Or is gapps included in the install for CM?
 
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Gapps is supplid as a seperate download on the CM website, it's not included in CM rom. And no, Gapps is not required, I dont use it.
 
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i recommend u to use this custom rom. its really great, smooth
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2510141
 
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You'd have to teach me how to install it the correct way.
Step by step, lol.
 
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the easiest way to install cyanogenmod is using cyanogenmod installer. You can find this app through xda forum or search on google
 
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the easiest way to install cyanogenmod is using cyanogenmod installer. You can find this app through xda forum or search on google
I tried that but it said I had the wrong firmware. I'm on 4.2.2
 
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I tried that but it said I had the wrong firmware. I'm on 4.2.2
have u tried flashing to stock images and then flash cyanogenmod?

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