[CLOSED][ROM][OFFICIAL] CyanogenMod-10 for Optimus 2X - NIGHTLIES [Oct 30th 2012]
CyanogenMod 10 is a free, community built distribution of Android 4.1 (Jellybean) which greatly extends the capabilities of your phone.
I can't follow this thread anymore, 90% of it is people whining about the same crap over and over instead of reading what's been written already.
To those of you who actually bother to post logs and repro scenarios, I'm sorry, but I can't spend 20 minutes every day sifting through **** to get to your useful data; I'll go back to testing with people I know, it's slower but much less frustrating.
* Your warranty is now void.
* I am not responsible for bricked devices, or anything else that happens to hardware that isn't my own. It's your own choice to install this software
These are automated builds of CM10 for the LG Optimus 2x, and the first official builds post Gingerbread (CyanogenMod 7). They have nothing in common with the crap builds that floated around for the last year (including my own), and are composed of fully compatible native bits; in other words, there is no hardware function loss or degradation.
It's been tested to a reasonable extent, and should be usable on a daily basis, but as automated builds they can, at any time, get broken.
CM10 will apply as an update on top of CM7, but it's possible that the skipping of CM9 may cause issues. If you upgrade directly and start getting weird behaviors, try doing a factory reset before running around shouting "bug!". DeskClock is one application known to have issues with upgrading: for that one, clearing its data from Settings is usually sufficient. As usual, people coming from anything
that isn't CM (and this includes CM unofficial builds) need to do a full factory reset (wipe).
On a related note: This works only with the older (GB or Froyo) bootloaders. People running leaked ICS builds will need to rollback.
1. Install ClockworkMod Recovery for "p990". Sorry, CM cannot provide support for other recoveries, although they may work fine. If you already have a recovery known to work with CM7, you can skip this step.
2. Get the most recent CM10 build from http://get.cm/?device=p990
3. Reboot into recovery
5. Install the zip(s).
Google Apps are not included in this ROM. You'll need to find those yourself if you want them.
It's entirely possible that features not used by me (nor the people I've asked to test) are broken, but overall the device should be usable. You have been warned.
Contributions to CM (code or otherwise) are, as always, welcome; Please visit our wiki if you want to give us a hand!