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[Rom] EXPERIMENTAL AOSP Gingerbread for CDMA Desire *New Build 12/27 w/ GPS*

23rd December 2010, 10:16 PM |#1  
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All I have done here is compiled gingerbread from source by following the guide in the cyanogenmod wiki. I am not developing this, just compiling.

Odd_Sam said it best: "Just so everyone understands, this is a rom based off the developmental source code of CyanogenMod 7. OP is not a developer and has no plans to fix any issues that come up. This is more or less a sneak preview of CM 7. OP is just compiling the public source code for CM 7. Treat these "releases" as a "nightly" build. And just for clarification these builds will be experimental so do not report bugs in this thread or anywhere else. CM devs know what does and does not work."

3d acceleration, video camera and network location do not work.

Grab it here: http://ipfreelytech.net/android/upda...222710-gps.zip
google apps: http://ipfreelytech.net/android/ging...i-20101221.zip

it seems that its closer to AOSP than CM at this point, while I compiled it with the cyanogen bits, it seems there aren't many cyanogen commits for gingerbread yet, so things like the power control widgets in the notification bar and the cyanogenmod settings menu are missing.

The 3d acceleration is due to a missing library and will likely not be fixed until after the N1 gingerbread OTA drops.

I haven't posted any newer builds because there is more stuff broken compared to this build.
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23rd December 2010, 10:22 PM |#2  
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Nice, thanks, will try it right now marry Christmas
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23rd December 2010, 10:27 PM |#3  
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looking through the rom, it seems that its closer to AOSP than it CM at this point, while I compiled it with the cyanogen bits, it seems there simply aren't many cyanogen commits for gingerbread yet, so things like the power control widgets in the notification bar and the cyanogenmod settings menu are missing.

installing google apps results in boot loop.
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23rd December 2010, 11:09 PM |#4  
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you gonna make one for GSM Desire ?
23rd December 2010, 11:50 PM |#5  
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I do not have a gsm desire for testing, and secondly there are ALREADY gingerbread roms for the gsm desire. I mainly did this because I was tired of CDMA being left out of the gingerbread fun.

if you want gingerbread on your GSM desire go here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=829734

if you want to you can do a build yourself the way I did, I followed this guide: http://wiki.cyanogenmod.com/index.ph...nMod_for_Bravo

when you do the repo init change -b froyo to -b gingerbread
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you gonna make one for GSM Desire ?

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24th December 2010, 01:19 AM |#6  
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I just compiled myself this morning to I didn't pull down yours yet but if you want to add some working gApps I put together an update.zip for it.

http://www.4shared.com/file/If_iDTQq/ginger_gApps.html
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24th December 2010, 02:06 AM |#7  
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cool, thanks.

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I just compiled myself this morning to I didn't pull down yours yet but if you want to add some working gApps I put together an update.zip for it.

http://www.4shared.com/file/If_iDTQq/ginger_gApps.html

24th December 2010, 02:08 AM |#8  
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bah, I wanted cyanogen gingerbread for gsm
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Great work,

So cynogen is back with boom on Xmas.

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24th December 2010, 04:12 AM |#10  
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you GSM users are not missing anything. While I built this as a CM build, at this point its pretty much straight AOSP. besides the boot logo the only thing cyanogen about it is the kernel. I changed the thread title to better reflect that.

I am familiar with compiling cyanogenmod, never tried doing straight AOSP and couldn't find a guide, so thats why the build is as it is.

The cdma crowd had nothing at all in the way of a gingerbread rom posted here or elsewhere i could find on the internets.
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