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[prj][Android 2.2 Froyo][CyanogenMod 6] [26-10-2010]

26th July 2010, 05:11 PM |#1  
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EDIT 26-10-2010: CyanogenMod 6.0 Final and CyanogenMod 5.0.8 Final available now!!

The following CyanogenMod-Ports are available now (stable is marked as FINAL):
  • VaniljEclair CM5 (Eclair / FINAL V1.3 updated on 26-10-2010 )
  • "Official" CM6 (Froyo / FINAL updated on 25-10-2010])
  • FroyoRedux CM6
  • SuperF-Port
  • many more...





Quick-Installation-Guide:
Read this installation instructions by chase21


Thanks go to:

Balsat, XDANDROID-TEAM, Cyanogen + Team and everyone else whom I forgot.

Used kernel + modules: htc-msm-linux by glemson and balsat
Used rootfs: XDAndroid modified to run on EXT2-Partition
Mixed-Up and ported by: Neopeek
Source: CyanogenMod 6, CyanogenMod 5

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26th July 2010, 05:14 PM |#2  
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Sweet! Looking forward to the new builds!
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Nice!!! Looking forward to test your new builds on Diam100
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whats the stability and battery life like on this?
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Originally Posted by SiL3nTKiLL

whats the stability and battery life like on this?

I really do hate these questions...

I would imagine fairly similar to other builds, but test it out for yourself! Everyone's mileage varies because the age of the device, their location (cell strength), usage habits, etc... I could go on and on, but basically everyone's situation is very unique because of so many variables that effect battery life.
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yeah thats true, thanks!
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nice work
will be my first rom to try as i'm curious how cm would run on our devices
thanks vatoloco
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Bluetooth is listed as working. Does this include bluetooth hands free pairing?

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