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[mi7ROM] [25.03.2012] mi7ROM_1.3b mango 8107 new firmware

3rd April 2012, 09:54 PM   |  #291  
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a little skin experiment ........ skin of contable skin

mi7ROM decent glass METRO skin tnx contable for the first baby steps

skined also the "full tile" app tiles: to have a 100% same theme look:




Very Very Beautiful
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the "decent" glass effect looks on brighter background themes better. OR how look the "full" glass Tile, like on NOKIA Maps?



and here compared with contables icons skin:

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3rd April 2012, 10:10 PM   |  #293  
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ok, but this thread has 20.000 views + the ROM has over 500x downloads and not reportet similar problems- you can read the whole thread. this is one of fastest and bug less Omnia 7 ROMs. but it's your choice and the ROMs are free

As I said... One of those things, and thanks for your work....
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3rd April 2012, 11:57 PM   |  #294  
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ok, guys please leave only qualified feedback- only so I can solve bugs- and this helps other user for own choice to use this ROM or not
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4th April 2012, 12:02 AM   |  #295  
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What is the wallpaper's folder (where is Android ICS wallpaper)??
I want find that folder wirth a file Explorer
4th April 2012, 10:55 AM   |  #296  
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Hi there,

Using the guide the Miro very helpfully put up, I installed the drivers (and then also did additional research to see that I should ensure I have the Win 7 64 bit drivers).

I successfully installed MAGLDR, and am in the MAGLDR mode on my Omnia 7.

I am running the DFT_WPI_SAM1.exe file (the folder contains this, OS.D000FF, rapitool.exe and readme.txt).

However, during the "Connect" stage of the install, I am receiving the following error:

[Error Description]:

Please make sure that your device is connected to your computer.
also make sure that right drivers are installed (Active Sync or Windows Mobile Device Center)
Try to connect device to different USB port and also you can try to reboot PC.
Also you can try to exclude USB hubs.

[Info]: USBWorkDWPI.cpp (136)

I have rebooted my PC, and ensured I am directly connected to the PC USB port (not via a HUB).

I have got WMDC installed, and both versions of USB drivers.

Where can I be going wrong?

Thanks in advance

I've just noticed that in my Control Panel > Devices and Printers screen there are 2 Unspecified devices:

MAGLDR and "Unknown Device"

Is this related to the problem, I wonder?
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4th April 2012, 12:49 PM   |  #297  
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I've rebooted the phone and PC. This time receiving a different error:

[Error Description]:

OS flash failed

[Info]: USBWorkDWPI.cpp (423)


[Error Description]:

cmd flash erase failed

[Info]: USBWorkDWPI.cpp (343)

Should I uninstall completely the USB drivers, and start again with only Win 7 64 bit drivers?
4th April 2012, 02:58 PM   |  #298  
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I've rebooted the phone and PC. This time receiving a different error:

[Error Description]:

OS flash failed

[Info]: USBWorkDWPI.cpp (423)


[Error Description]:

cmd flash erase failed

[Info]: USBWorkDWPI.cpp (343)

Should I uninstall completely the USB drivers, and start again with only Win 7 64 bit drivers?

Have you install this driver? If not try Installing and then Flash SAMSUNG_USB_Driver_for_Mobile_Phones.exe
4th April 2012, 03:14 PM   |  #299  
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After some troubles, research on here led to the WP7 update program that I was able to use to install the appropriate stock ROM for my phone.

Unfortunately after my last attempt at installing mi7ROM, after that error appeared my phone kept going into a constant reboot cycle.

Thank goodness for the wealth of information on here that let me fix it! As I'm happy to have my phone back in a working state, I'm going to stay away from further tinkering, shame really as I was looking forward to all the cool things available in this custom ROM.
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Originally Posted by sayousaf

After some troubles, research on here led to the WP7 update program that I was able to use to install the appropriate stock ROM for my phone.

Unfortunately after my last attempt at installing mi7ROM, after that error appeared my phone kept going into a constant reboot cycle.

Thank goodness for the wealth of information on here that let me fix it! As I'm happy to have my phone back in a working state, I'm going to stay away from further tinkering, shame really as I was looking forward to all the cool things available in this custom ROM.


...has nothing to do with custom ROMs- its a desktop pc 64-bit problem:

read here and here and here


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