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[Q] quiestion cyanogenmod 10 samsung infuse

2nd June 2014, 06:11 AM   |  #1  
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Hi guys please help me someone pass me the link cyanogenmod 10 android 4.1.2 for samsung infuse and gapps please please i for moment android 2.3.6 and do not remember the steps and I find red kernel or ROM cyanogenmod 4.1.2 for infuse please
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Hi guys please help me someone pass me the link cyanogenmod 10 android 4.1.2 for samsung infuse and gapps please please i for moment android 2.3.6 and do not remember the steps and I find red kernel or ROM cyanogenmod 4.1.2 for infuse please

For a while, I wasn't sure if scott.hart.bti even made a CM10.0 ROM. According to the changelog in this link, one existed:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1776129

Unfortunately, all that is available now is CM 10.1 and 10.2. 10.0 may have been removed because it seems (based on the Q&A thread), CM10 used 4.1.1 (the version affected by Heartbleed), not 4.1.2.

If you want to stick with CM 10.x, I would recommend 10.1. Here is the process (from Gingerbread):

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Obtain CWM, this can be done using Jscotts Odin back to stock (Follow instructions and use SGS kernal flasher to obtain CWM)
Run Qksters IMEI backup script here
Make certain you are on ICS, this can be done by flashing Entropy's CM9
It is recommended now that you remove your SD Card
CWM: Wipe Cache / Factory Reset
Install ROM: Scroll down for downloads section
... The package will start to install..
... Phone will reboot into the install screen again...
... Continue to install [Automatically] If not manually flash again
... Phone will reboot again and be at the recovery screen...
Install Gapps
CWM: Wipe Cache Partition
CWM: Advanced/Wipe Dalvik Cache
Reboot

Download links are found in the first thread link above, or here:
http://goo.im/devs/scotthartbti/unofficialcm10/
http://www.goo.im/gapps

Hope this helps.
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3rd June 2014, 08:35 AM   |  #3  
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For a while, I wasn't sure if scott.hart.bti even made a CM10.0 ROM. According to the changelog in this link, one existed:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1776129

Unfortunately, all that is available now is CM 10.1 and 10.2. 10.0 may have been removed because it seems (based on the Q&A thread), CM10 used 4.1.1 (the version affected by Heartbleed), not 4.1.2.

If you want to stick with CM 10.x, I would recommend 10.1. Here is the process (from Gingerbread):



Download links are found in the first thread link above, or here:
http://goo.im/devs/scotthartbti/unofficialcm10/
http://www.goo.im/gapps

Hope this helps.

man and how update with slimbean 4.2.2 I find the gapps please help me
3rd June 2014, 12:01 PM   |  #4  
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man and how update with slimbean 4.2.2 I find the gapps please help me

I am assuming you already have Slim Bean installed. Here's the thread to download:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=34430995

To update, all you really need to do is download the final image, save it to the SD card, flash it with CWM/TWRP then clear the dalvik cache.

Don't think there is a need to flash gapps as well since you are not factory resetting in this case. Unless your current version of Slim Bean is not 4.2.x, then you will need gapps (and even then a factory reset would be recommended).

If you are looking to install from scratch, the guide above (in my previous post) is pretty standard (looks to be the same was what is provided in the link).
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I am assuming you already have Slim Bean installed. Here's the thread to download:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=34430995

To update, all you really need to do is download the final image, save it to the SD card, flash it with CWM/TWRP then clear the dalvik cache.

Don't think there is a need to flash gapps as well since you are not factory resetting in this case. Unless your current version of Slim Bean is not 4.2.x, then you will need gapps (and even then a factory reset would be recommended).

If you are looking to install from scratch, the guide above (in my previous post) is pretty standard (looks to be the same was what is provided in the link).

I plan to use these steps but I'm confused if you use a kernel for gb rom and with slimbean or when flashing in cm 9
Instructions
Coming from Froyo(2.2) Gingerbread(2.3) or ICS(4.0)
Obtain CWM, this can be done using Jscotts Odin back to stock (Follow instructions and use SGS kernal flasher to obtain CWM)
Run Qksters IMEI backup script here
Make certain you are on ICS, this can be done by flashing Entropy's CM9
It is recommended now that you remove your SD Card
CWM: Wipe Cache / Factory Reset
Install ROM
... The package will start to install..
... Phone will reboot into the install screen again...
... Continue to install [Automatically] If not manually flash again
... Phone will reboot again and be at the recovery screen...
Install Gapps
CWM: Wipe Cache Partition
CWM: Advanced/Wipe Dalvik Cache
Reboot
please help and thans
4th June 2014, 01:07 AM   |  #6  
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I plan to use these steps but I'm confused if you use a kernel for gb rom and with slimbean or when flashing in cm 9
Instructions
Coming from Froyo(2.2) Gingerbread(2.3) or ICS(4.0)
Obtain CWM, this can be done using Jscotts Odin back to stock (Follow instructions and use SGS kernal flasher to obtain CWM)
Run Qksters IMEI backup script here
Make certain you are on ICS, this can be done by flashing Entropy's CM9
It is recommended now that you remove your SD Card
CWM: Wipe Cache / Factory Reset
Install ROM
... The package will start to install..
... Phone will reboot into the install screen again...
... Continue to install [Automatically] If not manually flash again
... Phone will reboot again and be at the recovery screen...
Install Gapps
CWM: Wipe Cache Partition
CWM: Advanced/Wipe Dalvik Cache
Reboot
please help and thans

No kernel necessary. Just need CWM to start with (can access by performing the "three-finger-salute" - that is, while holding both volume keys, press the power button), and flash (install from zip) Entropy's CM9 with it's respective gapps. That will bring you to ICS and the right version of CWM (Blue I think). You are free to then flash Slim Bean.

Hope this explains better.
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No kernel necessary. Just need CWM to start with (can access by performing the "three-finger-salute" - that is, while holding both volume keys, press the power button), and flash (install from zip) Entropy's CM9 with it's respective gapps. That will bring you to ICS and the right version of CWM (Blue I think). You are free to then flash Slim Bean.

Hope this explains better.

yes man very thans for everything
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are you just going to JB or are you thinking or going to KitKat?
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Hi guys please help me someone pass me the link cyanogenmod 10 android 4.1.2 for samsung infuse and gapps please please i for moment android 2.3.6 and do not remember the steps and I find red kernel or ROM cyanogenmod 4.1.2 for infuse please

Look it up on the google if you are tire of looking through the forum.
You got to update the rom. there is even video tutorial that Ricky Ericson made if you donīt want to read.
I am a noob also in this but the video guide helps alot.
Have fun flashing!

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