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[ROM] CyanogenMod 7 for the Samsung Vibrant :: V7.1.0.1 (10 Oct 2011)

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24th February 2012, 06:47 PM   |  #721  
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wifi and 3g internet calling.
When using cm7 native dialer (doesn't happen with sipdroid), whoever I am talking to hears an echo of their voice(I can't hear it). If I turn down the volume to half it disappears, but I can barely hear the person I am talking to. Don't know if it is a bug, was just wondering if any one else was having the same issue.
9th March 2012, 07:06 PM   |  #722  
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Is the project dead?
9th March 2012, 07:14 PM   |  #723  
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Is the project dead?

I think everything's moving into CM9 now. The last CM7 nightly was from 2/26/12 I believe. Haven't seen any Nightlies posted for CM9 yet - though I could be mistaken.
9th March 2012, 07:34 PM   |  #724  
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Is the project dead?

There is still this
9th March 2012, 07:47 PM   |  #725  
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I think everything's moving into CM9 now. The last CM7 nightly was from 2/26/12 I believe. Haven't seen any Nightlies posted for CM9 yet - though I could be mistaken.

CM for Vibrant was stopped due to E911 issues, which are driver related, and until samsung provides updates (which chances are likely hell will freeze over first) the project was halted, and no plans for cm9 support were made. That was the last I heard.
9th March 2012, 09:01 PM   |  #726  
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CM for Vibrant was stopped due to E911 issues, which are driver related, and until samsung provides updates (which chances are likely hell will freeze over first) the project was halted, and no plans for cm9 support were made. That was the last I heard.

Hmm ... I believe they figured out the E911 issue and that's why they started up the nightlies again starting with #229.

From my understanding, FaultException is now maintaining the CM dev for the Vibrant. See his comments below ...

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It isn't. It was Genesis3 and renard that discovered the fix for E911.

Pawitp did not buy a vibrant, I volunteered to maintain CyanogenMod for the vibrant.

We should see CM9.

Also ... a tease that CM9 is coming ...

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... A CM9 alpha for Vibrant (like already exists for Captivate, and i9000) will probably be put up later this month ...

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9th March 2012, 09:15 PM   |  #727  
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CM for Vibrant was stopped due to E911 issues, which are driver related, and until samsung provides updates (which chances are likely hell will freeze over first) the project was halted, and no plans for cm9 support were made. That was the last I heard.

AFAIK new nightlies have been released in February just because E911 bug has been already fixed (I cannot say more, no 911 here in Italy).
Maybe they decided to concentrate on CM9 alpha builds only.
10th March 2012, 02:56 AM   |  #728  
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There's still people that think the project is dead!?

Catch up:
* CM dropped support because of E911
* E911 cause found by Genesis3 & renard
* CM support reinstated as of mid February.
* Nightlies are weird right now, they'll probably be back up eventually, but I'm not really any part of that.
* There are some new nightlies here, you should use those rather than Stable till 7.2 is put out. (Use the second to newest nightly, the newest nightly is bugged and will make your status bar FC)
* CM9 alpha has been available since February 17th.
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10th March 2012, 11:03 PM   |  #729  
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There's still people that think the project is dead!?

Catch up:
* CM dropped support because of E911
* E911 cause found by Genesis3 & renard
* CM support reinstated as of mid February.
* Nightlies are weird right now, they'll probably be back up eventually, but I'm not really any part of that.
* There are some new nightlies here, you should use those rather than Stable till 7.2 is put out. (Use the second to newest nightly, the newest nightly is bugged and will make your status bar FC)
* CM9 alpha has been available since February 17th.


Shouldn't be a surprise that people think CM died on us.... maybe creating a new thread by say, the maintainer

especially when people started flocking to ICS roms, a new fresh CM 7 thread would be nice(a atinm like thread ). you know for us that want to stick with a stabler cm gingerbread goodie, until cm9 "matures".
11th March 2012, 08:42 AM   |  #730  
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so how is the stability now? battery life almost on par with froyo roms? went to ics, getting a lot of wakelock issues with gps still. if anyone is still running cm7, would love to hear your experiences.

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