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Default [ROM][OFFICIAL] CyanogenMod 9 Nightly Builds for SGH-T999

CyanogenMod is a free, community built distribution of Android 4 (Ice Cream Sandwich) which greatly extends the capabilities of your phone.

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#include <std_disclaimer.h>
/*
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This is the official nightly build of CM9 for the Galaxy S3 on T-Mobile. It's not a final release yet, but it's perfectly fine as a daily driver.

Known issues being worked on:
* LED is a little derpy
* Camera occasionally freezes

Install instructions:
1. Install ClockworkMod Recovery for "d2tmo". Sorry, CM cannot provide support for other recoveries, although they may work fine.
2. Get.CM for "d2tmo"
3. Reboot into recovery and install

(or just use ROM Manager)

Google Apps are not included in this ROM. You'll need to find those yourself if you want them.

This build is nearly complete and should make it into the 9.0 final release on time. We are also actively working on CM10 for this device, builds available soon! Enjoy!
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Wondering if Data transfer between Phone and PC is fixed or if just affects everyone differently.
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awesome! Cant wait to give this a try. Debating if i should try cm10 first. Either way thanks for hard work and determination for this rom!
 
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All is right in the world again.
Thanks Steve. Flashing the latest nightly now

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+1. Only problem thats keeping me from running CM9 right now.
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Steve said in the unofficial nightlies thread that he fixed MTP in the 0717 nightly so flash away!
http://cm9log.appspot.com/?device=d2tmo
Its the last entry in the change log at the bottom.
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On my Nexus S, it was always recommended to do all the wipes and flash the ROM and then while still in CWM, flash the gapps. I see different instructions here and there for the S3, like flashing the ROM and then rebooting, then going back into CWM to flash gapps. Any advice for this one? Thanks!
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On my Nexus S, it was always recommended to do all the wipes and flash the ROM and then while still in CWM, flash the gapps. I see different instructions here and there for the S3, like flashing the ROM and then rebooting, then going back into CWM to flash gapps. Any advice for this one? Thanks!
Flash rom + gapps + kernel(if you want to). Don't need to reboot first and flash gapps.

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I can confirm MTP is fixed in the newest nightly!
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