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[ICS][05-03-2012][ALPHA] CyanogenMod 9 for Motorola Milestone 2 (Android 4.0.3)

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Default [ICS][05-03-2012][ALPHA] CyanogenMod 9 for Motorola Milestone 2 (Android 4.0.3)

It is just a sneek peek of upcoming ICS. Not intended for daily use.

What is currently working:
  • Phone
  • Sound
  • Sensors
  • Lights
  • Wifi
  • Bluetooth
  • USB mass storage
  • HW keyboard (ALT lock too)
  • Keyboard backlight
  • HW/SW keyboard toggling (thx Hashcode!)
  • OpenGL (3D)
  • Multitouch (more points + multitouch fixed)
  • Keyboard layout switching
  • Fixed PIN unlock (thx Nadlabak!)
  • Camera support (thx Rondoval!)

What is not working:
  • Video recording
  • Video HW decoding
  • Probably still a lot of minor issues

Other known issues:
  • ADB debugging shouldn't be disabled

Latest version for phones with European GB kernel:
http://code.google.com/p/cm-mileston...u.zip&can=2&q=

Latest version for all other phones:
http://code.google.com/p/cm-mileston...h.zip&can=2&q=

If your phone is stuck on red Moto logo, it means you have chosen a wrong version and you need to recover your phone from the SBF file.

Google apps 4.0.3:
http://www.fileserve.com/file/VMntMj...6.0-IML74K.zip

Repository:
repo init -u git://github.com/tezet/android.git -b ics

Many thanks for tpruvot and Quarx2k for their tremendous work which made a solid fundaments for this ROM!
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Tezet, have you tried to build ics with new 2.3 european kernel?
 
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Tezet, have you tried to build ics with new 2.3 european kernel?
Not yet. I doesn't have high priority on my todo list :)
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Not yet. I doesn't have high priority on my todo list :)
when i was testing the defy 4.0 port. i have the same issue on usb connection. and i found that when usb connect, nothing were written to /sys/devices/platform/usb_mass_storage/lun0/file.

normally, /dev/block/vold/179:0 should be written to there.

but more instersting is that after i use dual sd mount widget. even i uninstall it(not reboot), my usb can work normally. but after reboot, it buggy again.

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Tezet, have you tried to build ics with new 2.3 european kernel?
european kernel seems to have some check on system version or bl version. as some guys said in other thread. flashing only euro kerenl/devtree will not boot at all. so maybe ch kernel is another possible choice.

edit: just heard some news from defy section, they seems to use gb kernel in future 4.0
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Default Nice Work

Very good to see that you guys are working on this new Android to Milestone 2, this make me donīt want to trade my cellphone!

Iīd like to thank you for your great work, and as soon as this version is working i will try!
 
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looks promise. thanks you,tezet!
 
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It looks sooo beautiful! I am awaiting it eagerly!!!
 
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great work guys.....looking forward for this....
 
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Great!!
but my razr might come next week.....
I won't sell my ms2 anyway, after move to razr I can be a tester on new roms and not to fear many things don't work as I got another phone to use

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Good job!!
But since I flashed my phone to the official GB, it seems that I must wait for a while.
Fortunately, I like the new blur, though the ram usage is much higher than CM7...
I will keep waiting for the stable version!
Thanks for your great work

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