One suggestion--you might consider adding carriage returns to the readme.txt file. Each sentence shows up on a single (long) line.
Thanks to all for thier hard work putting this together. I have ICS running on my Vibrant and love it fast and smooth.
I did a sd install using verygreen's method. flshed sneekpeek1, and 2. and a couple of the nightlies ('07, '10). I found a problem on my nook in that the cpu was always pegged to the maximum mhz and would never step down to a lower mhz. This caused significant lag, reboots, sod etc. It happened on sneekpeeak2 and all the nightlies. I couldn't get my Win7 pc to load the proper drivers so I couldn't look at ddms for the logs.
If it's known what might cause this I would love to find out. Thank you.
btw the gapps I used did not have onetimeinitializer.apk in it.
I just want to point out for the sd-card users using verigreens 1.3 boot image to setup cm7 to run off of sd card and retain stock for various reasons.
That process will also work for ICS/cm9. Currently, you need to flash update-cm-9.0-0-encore-emmc-sneakpeek1-fullofbugs.zip first. It's found in the ics/cm9 dev. thread: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1370873
Then, flash Samiam's nightly builds otherwise you will get stuck in a boot loop right now.
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