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Default Custom rom development : General Discussions, Problems, Questions

Good news guys!

Jerpelea announced the eminent release of Cyanogen RC2 for the X10.

So to keep the dev only thread clean, please post your questions, problems or comments here.

Update 2010-07-28:
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with actual state of spl it boots then crashes
you can play a lil with the new kernel included into package

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Great news and great work by the devs!
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I think that this release will be internal i.e. devs only. We never got RC1 so why should we expect RC2?
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you got that wrong guys
Froyo is ready in RC2 for X10 this is not equal to : "the bootloader is finally hacked"
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Man i got excited for a minute there. Looks like back to waiting.

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Still good news that it'll be ready for when it does get hacked.
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its nice to see progress at least, I thought they hit a brick wall a couple days ago as they stopped posting in the dev thread. It may be a while till we see a bootloader hack thats friendly for us but its hard to determine since we're not devs. As I understand it, the actual ROM is partly ready but it'll have a number of bugs etc still and only devs who can actually load it on through manual code will be able to test it out I think. It may be that its actually just a virtual rom to be loaded onto the SDK under the same conditions as the x10 to be tested by the developers. I THINK. As I said I'm not a developer so take my words with a huge grain of salt because I might be completely wrong.
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