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[BUILD] [GingerBread] CM7 from Neopeek!! **Dev Preview** ClockworkMod!

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25th March 2011, 07:12 PM   |  #11  
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Originally Posted by HELICOPTER88

I have 700 mb and is working well,you can use as much as you want



Is easy just use mini tool partition wizard,delete the main partition on the sd-card
and do two,one fat32 primary and one ext2 primary,then extract the archive and put the proper startups in npkinstall and in root
from the phone run install.exe
and after the reboot use haret.exe

yeah easy for you to say, that sounds complicated.

I will wait for the other one.

Do you know the ETA?
25th March 2011, 07:25 PM   |  #12  
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i have
- downloaded the file cm7new.tar.gz
- made primary fat32 and ext2 partitions
- extracted the file cm7new.tar.gz to the root of the fat32 partition
- got a lot of linux folders

but i am missing
- npkinstall folder
- startup.txt
- install.exe
- haret.exe
- startup folder

Where are these files?
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25th March 2011, 07:34 PM   |  #13  
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Originally Posted by Tippfehler

i have
- downloaded the file cm7new.tar.gz
- made primary fat32 and ext2 partitions
- extracted the file cm7new.tar.gz to the root of the fat32 partition
- got a lot of linux folders

but i am missing
- npkinstall folder
- startup.txt
- install.exe
- haret.exe
- startup folder

Where are these files?

Still need to upload, sorry!
25th March 2011, 07:35 PM   |  #14  
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Originally Posted by Tippfehler

i have
- downloaded the file cm7new.tar.gz
- made primary fat32 and ext2 partitions
- extracted the file cm7new.tar.gz to the root of the fat32 partition
- got a lot of linux folders

but i am missing
- npkinstall folder
- startup.txt
- install.exe
- haret.exe
- startup folder

Where are these files?


I was looking at that too when extracted the files and didn't see what you are also missing.
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Sorry about the confusion guys, I probably shouldn't have put the download link up before I was done .

I just fixed it, so #1 is good to go! I'll get #2 up later, thanks.
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25th March 2011, 07:59 PM   |  #16  
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Another noob question, but the rootfs, kernels, oc, etc from the xdandroid builds will work the same on these?
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it's necessary create a swap partition?

What works in this build?
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Another noob question, but the rootfs, kernels, oc, etc from the xdandroid builds will work the same on these?

The rootfs is more or less collapsed in these.

Kernels are straight from XDAndroid repo.

OC is the same, startup.txt is fairly similar .

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it's necessary create a swap partition?

What works in this build?

Swap is not necessary.

Most things that work in XDAndroid work in here. Lots of other things are broken here tho .
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Okay, downloaded and installed without problems.

First impressions:
Absolutely great build in terms of response!
No delays in menus, etc.

Also, this looks like the first build that may have little or no clock delay, so no need for clocksync !!! (to be confirmed since I did not use it very long, die to issues below)

However...

1) No WIFI
2) No Mobile data (2G/3G)
3) camera not working (could be just blackstone)
- maybe other issues, decided to wait for more feedback before continuing, without market access there's little point...

Device: Blackstone
Kernel: extensive testing with provided one (1276), later switched to 1277, to fix audiostuttering, no wifi or mobile data in either...
As a reference, used many NeoPeek / XDAndroid builds, generally got WIFI/Mobile data working until now...

Love to hear if someone else (blackstone?) got WIFI/2G/3G working...
Oh, well, as I understood, this was an early "developer" release, still plenty of room for improvements!

Cheers,
Robbert

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