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[ROM] aospCMod | AOSP 2.3.4 / CM7+ (Gingerbread)

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23rd December 2010, 06:15 PM   |  #491  
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What do you have your partitions set to?

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Just got it to boot after formatting system/cache/data. Thanks anyway.
23rd December 2010, 06:16 PM   |  #492  
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To set the record straight with all of you saying that when you see the cyanogen boot screen it didn't wipe properly or something other is wrong. I think I can safely say that this alpha release is a... wait for it:

  • CM7.0 branch.

Yes, aosp branched the new CyanogenMod 7.0 Gingerbread, added our kernel and maybe did other things I'm not aware of. But like I clearly stated in my first post after aosp released this new source build release (not SDK image) this is CM7.0.

I see many of you responding to questions about this release without actually trying to load it yourself. This release will show a CyanogenMod coin style boot screen and will also show CyanogenMod icon in the status bar after flashing with the CMStats option for you to set. CyanogenMod wallpapers are included and also a few CyanogenMod settings applications if you go to menage apps from the menu.
So please do not post misinformation unless you have tested it yourself.

Now, thank you aosp for making this branch. We all appreciate your hard work.

BZZZZT, gutter tell him what he's won.

If you're seeing the CM6/7 boot screen, it's because your full wipe did not fully wipe. Don't believe me? Reboot into CWM Recovery, format Boot, Data, System, Cache, and Reinstall for the 'Android' boot animation.
23rd December 2010, 06:18 PM   |  #493  
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Originally Posted by obsanity

To set the record straight with all of you saying that when you see the cyanogen boot screen it didn't wipe properly or something other is wrong. I think I can safely say that this alpha release is a... wait for it:

  • CM7.0 branch.

Yes, aosp branched the new CyanogenMod 7.0 Gingerbread, added our kernel and maybe did other things I'm not aware of. But like I clearly stated in my first post after aosp released this new source build release (not SDK image) this is CM7.0.

I see many of you responding to questions about this release without actually trying to load it yourself. This release will show a CyanogenMod coin style boot screen and will also show CyanogenMod icon in the status bar after flashing with the CMStats option for you to set. CyanogenMod wallpapers are included and also a few CyanogenMod settings applications if you go to menage apps from the menu.
So please do not post misinformation unless you have tested it yourself.

Now, thank you aosp for making this branch. We all appreciate your hard work.

clockworkmod partitions menu is very handy
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23rd December 2010, 06:18 PM   |  #494  
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Just got it to boot after formatting system/cache/data. Thanks anyway.

Scratch that, it showed touch android to start and went back to Android bootscreen and is now bootlooping there.
23rd December 2010, 06:19 PM   |  #495  
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Finally it booted huzaa!! I had to format the boot and only then did it work but I've got gapps going and everything its the default android boot animation on mine now

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23rd December 2010, 06:21 PM   |  #496  
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clockworkmod partitions menu is very handy

hmmm... I guess I'll have to try that. Never had an issue with the old recovery.
23rd December 2010, 06:28 PM   |  #497  
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It's running really smooth for me now I'm loving it lol

coming to y'all live from gingerbread!!
23rd December 2010, 06:34 PM   |  #498  
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clockworkmod partitions menu is very handy

This worked for me format system/data/cache and did wipe everything. Booted up right and looks better now to. Great job asop! I thought you was going to hold out till Xmas morning then release it for everyone. Lol thanks for every one that had a hand and feet in this.



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23rd December 2010, 06:36 PM   |  #499  
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Originally Posted by obsanity

To set the record straight with all of you saying that when you see the cyanogen boot screen it didn't wipe properly or something other is wrong. I think I can safely say that this alpha release is a... wait for it:

  • CM7.0 branch.

Yes, aosp branched the new CyanogenMod 7.0 Gingerbread, added our kernel and maybe did other things I'm not aware of. But like I clearly stated in my first post after aosp released this new source build release (not SDK image) this is CM7.0.

I see many of you responding to questions about this release without actually trying to load it yourself. This release will show a CyanogenMod coin style boot screen and will also show CyanogenMod icon in the status bar after flashing with the CMStats option for you to set. CyanogenMod wallpapers are included and also a few CyanogenMod settings applications if you go to menage apps from the menu.
So please do not post misinformation unless you have tested it yourself.

Now, thank you aosp for making this branch. We all appreciate your hard work.

Oh, and BTW, you WILL need to flash gapps from page 41 immediately after flashing this release for it not to boot loop endlessly.


For some reason.. no matter what I do.. coming from an AospMod.. i can never get this CM boot screen.... curious... I think I may have wiped right though.
23rd December 2010, 06:38 PM   |  #500  
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Asop your my hero's hero pun intended lol great work

coming to y'all live from gingerbread!!

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