Yep, worked and I was able to extract files from the G2x. Question, though, with the option 3 to extract the files from the G2x, why is it when I went to start compiling CM, it extracted them again? It's the same device, lge/p999 at the bottom. Just seemed odd that I had already done it with option 3, and then upon selecting option 8, it extracted them again. *shrug* It's going along pretty well, though I see lots of warnings and errors related to individual files in the compile. It hasn't stopped once, though, still pegging my CPUs, so I guess those errors and warnings aren't serious? They're usually "invalid syntax used" or something of that nature, with a suggestion given. IDK, I know it's most likely not anything you have control of, guess the nature of the CM source being constantly updated makes for an interesting build because some things work and some don't, and that is dynamically changed when updates are uploaded to the repo? This is my first time ever compiling from source, so excuse my n00b-ish nature. I have pretty much learned everything using XDA over the years, and never truly understood much of what goes on in compiling code from source. I just know it's a resource-intensive process, which hopefully my 2.4GHz Core 2 Duo handles in at least a reasonable amount of time. You did mention ICS is available as well, compiling it I guess requires some sort of updated "stuff" to target specific devices that CM as of yet doesn't support? I noticed also in the past posts that you mentioned ICS source downloads with the repo sync, so changing to compiling for CM9 when it does become available for the G2x will be as simple as a repo update and changing from GB to ICS in the Setup Repo options? Will a whole new full sync be necessary?
Sorry for so many questions. I promise, these are my last ones for a while.
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