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Default [ROM-alpha] CyanogenMod 10 (Android 4.1.2) [20121017]

Alpha preview, not intended for daily use!

Source: https://github.com/nadlabak

Downloads:
Nightly builds: http://skrilax.droid-developers.org/...y/umts_sholes/
Gapps: http://d-h.st/05j
OpenRecovery 2ndbootOR: http://code.google.com/p/cyanogenmod...ootOR_v1_1.zip

Notes:
JellyBean is very big, therefore ext partition on SD card is required - part of the system and most of the gapps is installed there.
You can find instructions on how to resize fat and create ext partition directly in OpenRecovery in this very fine guide by pontomedon:
Full guide from stock Motorola Android to CyanogenMod 7 for Milestone

Please use 2ndboot based OpenRecovery for installation to avoid sdcard write errors.

The CM10 builds are using 2ndboot to run custom kernel.
Thanks to Skrilax_CZ, the issue of low performance before the first device suspend has been resolved (L2 cache remained disabled before).
The bad GPU performance on CPU clock bellow 600MHz is currently successfully worked around by temporary insmod of older pvr driver
during boot, so it's not an issue anymore (from the user perspective)
has been properly fixed by Skrilax_CZ.
Wifi tethering should work since 20121028 nightly.

Other known issues:
- video recording is not working very well currently

HW acceleration increases the application's RAM demands. You can use the included HWA Settings app to disable it per app.

Remember that JellyBean is designed for devices with much bigger RAM than Milestone has. Don't expect miracles .
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It really deserved a thread.

You made an incredible job, sir!

JB on the old Milestone, and it is usable as a daily driver.
Phone: Nexus 4
ROM: ParanoidAndroid 4+
Kernel: hells-Core
Recovery: MultiROM
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Tablet: Nexus 7
ROM: SlimKat 5+
Kernel: LeanKernel
Recovery: MultiROM
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Phone: Motorola Milestone A853 ROM: CyanogenMod 9.1.0d Recovery: Open Recovery MiniMod by -FuFu-
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Originally Posted by kabaldan View Post
Alpha preview, not intended for daily use!

Source: https://github.com/nadlabak

Downloads:
Nightly builds: http://skrilax.droid-developers.org/...y/umts_sholes/
Gapps: http://d-h.st/rkk
OpenRecovery 2ndbootOR: http://code.google.com/p/cyanogenmod...ootOR_v1_0.zip

Notes:
JellyBean is very big, therefore ext partition on SD card is required - part of the system and most of the gapps is installed there.
You can find instructions on how to resize fat and create ext partition directly in OpenRecovery in this very fine guide by pontomedon:
Full guide from stock Motorola Android to CyanogenMod 7 for Milestone

Please use 2ndboot based OpenRecovery for installation to avoid sdcard write errors.

The CM10 builds are using 2ndboot to run custom kernel.
Unfortunately, because of yet unknown reason, the device performance is limited until the phone first enters a deep sleep after 2ndboot.
This issue will be hopefully fixed some day.

Other known issues:
- video recording is not working very well currently

HW acceleration increases application's RAM demands. You can use the included HWA Settings app to disable it per app.

Remember that JellyBean is designed for devices with much bigger RAM than Milestone has. Don't expect miracles .
Amazing that development still is being made for a device this old! but what about making a cm9 build with 2ndboot ? as jellybean from my experince demands much more resources then ics
 
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With swap even Chrome browser works now - incredible!
 
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After flash this cm10 build , my gallery and music player can't see any images or music , although i had try to remount my sd card , how can i fix it ?
 
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Which rom you used previously?

In case you upgraded from any different from CM10, you should make a full wipe. (data,cache,dalvik-cache)

Do you have ext partition on your sd card? It is necessary to use this rom.
Phone: Nexus 4
ROM: ParanoidAndroid 4+
Kernel: hells-Core
Recovery: MultiROM
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Tablet: Nexus 7
ROM: SlimKat 5+
Kernel: LeanKernel
Recovery: MultiROM
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Phone: Motorola Milestone A853 ROM: CyanogenMod 9.1.0d Recovery: Open Recovery MiniMod by -FuFu-
 
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hello. how long it takes after the first boot to run. Sorry for my English. thanks
 
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With swap even Chrome browser works now - incredible!
Do you have both swap and compcache activated at the same time?
 
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Canīt believe itīs finally, here, amazing work!!
 
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hello. how long it takes after the first boot to run. Sorry for my English. thanks
almost 15 mins for first boot

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