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[ROM] CM 10.1 (Android 4.2) for RazrHD XT925/XT926

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7th January 2013, 08:36 PM   |  #1  
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This is a CM10.1 (Jelly Bean, Android 4.2) ROM for RAZR HD.

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I'm not responsible by phone bricks of any kind, or any other damage this firmware may cause to you, to your phone or any accessories conected to your phone.

This firmware can be used with a unlocked bootloader.

Download links and information about what is working can be found on the website:
http://www.linuxmobile.org/razrhd/cm10-1

Instructions:
Download the zip (cm-10.1-*-UNOFFICIAL-epinter-xt925.zip) and copy to your sdcard.
Boot into recovery.
Backup your firmware and data!
Format /system.
Install the firmware (install zip from...).
Install gapps (install zip from...).
Wipe data/cache (don't wipe if you plan to upgrade from CM10 to CM10.1)
Reboot.

DEVELOPERS (razrqcom-dev-team):
EPinter - Kernel Development, Build Setup, XT925 & MB886 Support
DHacker - Kernel Development, Build Setup, XT926 Support
Hashcode - Kernel Development, Build Setup, XT926 Support
Nadlabak - Kernel Development, Build Setup, XT897 Support
Skrilax_CZ - Kernel Development, Build Setup, XT897 Support

Developers builds:
DHacker: http://androidhosting.org/Devs/Dhacker29/cm/
Epinter: http://goo.im/devs/epinter
Skrilax: http://skrilax.droid-developers.org/...ose_device.php




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Originally Posted by epinter

This is a CM10.1 (Jelly Bean, Android 4.2) firmware for RAZR HD. It's not a official CyanogenMod, and it's not supported by CM team.



This firmware can be used with a unlocked bootloader or with safestrap.

Download links and information about what is working can be found on the website:
http://www.linuxmobile.org/razrhd/cm10-1

Instructions:
Download the zip (cm-10.1-*-UNOFFICIAL-epinter-xt925.zip) and copy to your sdcard.
Boot into recovery.
Backup your firmware and data!
Format /system.
Install the firmware (install zip from...).
Install gapps (install zip from...).
Wipe data/cache (don't wipe if you plan to upgrade from CM10 to CM10.1)
Reboot.

Thanks dhacker29 for collaboration

Man, Thanks for this amazing ROM.
Can't wait to see CM10.1 running on my device.
You are doing an amazing job with this phone!
Are you going to post homescreens and benchmarks?
Thanks again...
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What kind of Recovery are be requied? CWM, Safetrap or will there both working?
7th January 2013, 10:44 PM   |  #4  
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thank you so much for this ROM

do you think that is difficult to you to port Paranoidandroid from Galaxy Nexus to our XT925?

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1717079

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...4&postcount=24

Saludos!
8th January 2013, 01:47 AM   |  #5  
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Just to let everyone know, installing Google Apps completely broke it for me. Setup Wizard and com.android.google.gapps kept force closing over and over, couldn't use it at all. Also it kept nesting my internal storage under a 0 folder every time I reflashed. So before I returned to CM10 I had sdcard0/0/0/ with all my stuff under that last folder, which made it difficult to restore my nandroid backup...
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Just to let everyone know, installing Google Apps completely broke it for me. Setup Wizard and com.android.google.gapps kept force closing over and over, couldn't use it at all. Also it kept nesting my internal storage under a 0 folder every time I reflashed. So before I returned to CM10 I had sdcard0/0/0/ with all my stuff under that last folder, which made it difficult to restore my nandroid backup...

4.2 made this. I remember we had that problem when I had my GNex. It's a multiuser if I'm correct

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Any way to get GApps to work correctly? Everything seemed to go fine when I went without it. Maybe it was the zip I was using? I was only able to find one GApps package, they don't seem to be hosted on the CM Wiki any more.
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My hero
Thanks epinter you are my hero!

Amazing work, will try it right now and report asap

UPDATE:

using CWM, flashed rom then gapps from goo.im/gapps (the 4.2 version), then wipe + reboot.

got through intro wizard fine, gapps seem ok to me, wifi and phone all ok as well so presume its as epinter sais it is on his site, excellent
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Excellent !
what are the known bugs ? Edit sorry i didnt see the link ^^
Thank's mate

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amazing job, mate.

thank you very much.

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