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Thank you for your reply. I have two questions, if it doesn't bother you

1) After flashing ICS onto my SGS, will the CWM recovery still be there? Because, if anything fails, I should be able to flash to CM7, which I have in my sd card for emergency purposes. Will the 3 button combo to recovery still work?

2) Or is flashing stock using Odin the only way to get my phone working if anything goes wrong?

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Kernel for i9000 does not have the ril inside, ril is on the last image i've uploaded, you need to download and install the lastest image (first post) and then the i9000 kernel.

Its true that the negative color its a androidGLES problem, but the only working (so far) software GLES is the one that cames with the emulator, so enabling the hardware video chip will fix the color (since it is going to be rendered on real hardware and not in the softGLES)

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Thank you for your reply. I have two questions, if it doesn't bother you

1) After flashing ICS onto my SGS, will the CWM recovery still be there? Because, if anything fails, I should be able to flash to CM7, which I have in my sd card for emergency purposes. Will the 3 button combo to recovery still work?

2) Or is flashing stock using Odin the only way to get my phone working if anything goes wrong?

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This rom uses a Cyanogen kernel, so you have all CWM recovery features available.

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Just tried twice now installing rom first and kernel after. Touchscreen doesn't seem to be working and neither does RIL. Using i9000 international.
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You need to start using version numbers with each build or this is going to get ugly.

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Very good job on this, I have been following the first thread you were posting on. I do have a question for you all, when flashing does it flash bootloaders? Or does it use the same gingerbread bootloaders? I know this is not for the captivate i897 but in the past we were kind of able to flash i9000 roms but had reverse logic on the headphone Jack and lost some of our buttons. So this is why I am wondering about bootloaders in case someone from the captivate can port over what you have so far even if it means loss of buttons so we can test things out. Thanks for your hard work.

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Very good job on this, I have been following the first thread you were posting on. I do have a question for you all, when flashing does it flash bootloaders? Or does it use the same gingerbread bootloaders? I know this is not for the captivate i897 but in the past we were kind of able to flash i9000 roms but had reverse logic on the headphone Jack and lost some of our buttons. So this is why I am wondering about bootloaders in case someone from the captivate can port over what you have so far even if it means loss of buttons so we can test things out. Thanks for your hard work.

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I use the gb bootloader and it was not changed during flash (can only be changed using Odin and I didn't use Odin).

Oh but you reminded me if something. Many many months ago, cm7 couldn't access external sdcard while on gingerbread bootloaders. Maybe something related to that could fix the external sdcard access. Do people running Froyo have sdcard access in these builds? (Then again, chances are that if someone would test this build, then they have already the most uptodate bootloader :) )

(Sorry if I am way off here. I hope these ideas can help out even if I am not directly able to code well).

Edit: another go at testing with everything linked from this thread. RIL is working fine. Can make calls etc. Touchscreen doesn't work well so maybe I am doing something wrong (or misread. I was sure I read that you fixed touchscreen swiping on I9000.)

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---------- Post added at 05:33 AM ---------- Previous post was at 05:26 AM ----------

One quick question...
can i flash this on my sgs running on rooted xxjvr?

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