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[ROM][NIGHTLY] CyanogenMod 7.1 Nightly Builds [2.3.7][CM 2.6.35.14]

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23rd April 2012, 07:46 PM |#1121  
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I have added both zip files in SD card and installed from recovery but i did not find any icon or option in mobile about pdroid? can u explain how to use it..

As mouzzza said, install only one patch (the one which is of course not called "restore"
- if I remember it right before you flash the patch you need to mount system partition in recovery.

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23rd April 2012, 09:04 PM |#1122  
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and don't forget to install the pdroid app from the store afterwards
23rd April 2012, 09:24 PM |#1123  
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As mouzzza said, install only one patch (the one which is of course not called "restore"
- if I remember it right before you flash the patch you need to mount system partition in recovery.

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hello, as you mentioned i have installed pdroid from market and installed patch from recovery also mounted system directory but it is saying bad news proid patch is not installed and then it is saying good news you can use the pdroid patcher to make a patch for your rom..
23rd April 2012, 10:21 PM |#1124  
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hello, as you mentioned i have installed pdroid from market and installed patch from recovery also mounted system directory but it is saying bad news proid patch is not installed and then it is saying good news you can use the pdroid patcher to make a patch for your rom..

you sure you did it this way?
1. boot into recovery
2. wipe cache, wipe dalvik
3. mount /system
4. flash PDroid patch
5. reboot and install Pdroid from Market

...coz it seem like the flashing was somehow unsuccessful
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23rd April 2012, 11:02 PM |#1125  
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you sure you did it this way?
1. boot into recovery
2. wipe cache, wipe dalvik
3. mount /system
4. flash PDroid patch
5. reboot and install Pdroid from Market

...coz it seem like the flashing was somehow unsuccessful

worked thanks
24th April 2012, 11:46 AM |#1126  
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New build is up. There are only two changes for our device, but two nice ones: this one gives a possible faster GPS fix and this one should make more bluetooth devices work. All other commits since the latest nightly were not for the Desire S.
Development for CM7 is very slow at the moment, but as allways I will push a new build when anything usefull changes until CM7.1 is released.

Download: http://ftp.f3l.de/~nexx/cyanogenmod7...gen-signed.zip
MD5: 6228d03ff2bfb38b9881a5d70f94b334

Thanks again to the CM team and KanocX for hosting these nightlies
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24th April 2012, 12:19 PM |#1127  
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my fresh pdroid-patch for the newest build (from 24.4.12):

if PDroid doesn't work after patching, try mounting /system in recovery before flashing the patch.

the patch:
PDroid-v1.27-20120424-cm-7.2.0-RC1-saga-Jorgen-signed.zip
MD5: f877cc930d8fc9a43298f4666a3f319b
SHA-1: f0cc3534b0bb2ce1501c869deaaa6de3f61b23f2

and of course the restore files:
PDroid-RESTORE-20120424-cm-7.2.0-RC1-saga-Jorgen-signed.zip
MD5: 40fce0e0157bf9963140bfe92fba466f
SHA-1: b4d44dbd577861f667f8cda44e1803c390e54501
24th April 2012, 03:21 PM |#1128  
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Hello,

guys do you know how to get push email on android like blackberry? i have setup one email in gmail and one external email... i dont get email instantly i get after 5 minuts so is there anything or option to get email instantly?
24th April 2012, 03:30 PM |#1129  
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i dont get email instantly i get after 5 minuts so is there anything or option to get email instantly?

I'm using Gmail-accounts only so i use their app. Every mail reaches my device after few seconds!
24th April 2012, 08:33 PM |#1130  
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I'm using Gmail-accounts only so i use their app. Every mail reaches my device after few seconds!

i use gmail app too but email does not arrive instant or in few seconds it takes approx 5-10 minuts

---------- Post added at 07:33 PM ---------- Previous post was at 07:06 PM ----------

i have a question.. my gmail app is showing white background but email builtin ap showing black bg how to make it white?
4th May 2012, 12:49 AM |#1131  
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CyanogenMod 7.1 NIGHTLY Builds for HTC Saga



Disclaimer:
Code:
These CyanogenMod builds are experimental and unsupported. They are
automatically generated nightly and receive no testing before being made
available.

Please do NOT post bugs from these builds on the CyanogenMod bug tracker.

This thread does not offer official support for these builds, it is purely
for user-to-user discussion and support.
Features:
Code:
 - Android 2.3.7
 - Automatically built from latest CyanogenMod source
 - Stock CyanogenMod 2.6.35.14 Kernel
Installation (From any other ROM):
Code:
In recovery:
 - Wipe all (system, data, cache)
 - Flash XXXXXXXX-cm-7.2.0-RC0-DesireS-Jorgen-signed.zip
   (where X is date of the latest build)
 - (Optional) Flash Google Apps
Installation (Upgrade from previous CM7 builds):
Code:
In recovery:
 - Wipe cache
 - Wipe dalvik-cache
 - Flash XXXXXXXX-cm-7.2.0-RC0-DesireS-Jorgen-signed.zip
   (where X is date of the latest build)
IMPORTANT - Devices unlocked via htcdev.com:
Code:
If you unlocked your phone via htcdev.com, you must flash the included
boot.img after flashing the ROM in recovery:
 - Boot into fastboot, either by:
   - Turning phone on whilse holding VOLUME DOWN, or
   - adb reboot bootloader, or
   - using an option in your recovery (eg. Reboot Bootloader)
 - Connect your phone to your PC and copy the boot.img from the ROM .zip
    to the same place as fastboot.exe and issue the following command:
   - fastboot flash boot boot.img

Failing to follow these instructions on a htcdev.com unlocked device will
cause the ROM to fail to boot.
.
Downloads:
- CyanogenMod 7 Builds for HTC Desire S by jorgen2009
Download the latest file, date format in YYYYMMDD.

- [OPTIONAL] Google Apps - 28 August 2011
MD5SUM: 1647897d8ac3efb04723d2ad2c361a3f

Changelog:
CyanogenMod 7 Nightly Changelog for HTC Desire S

Credits & Thanks:
KanocX for the very generous hosting of these ROMs.
jorgen2009 for the latest nightly build.
apx@dwx for the optional PDroid Privacy Protection patches
Cayniarb for his AOSP kernel source and tireless efforts helping to track down the Saga issues.
CyanogenMod Team for creating the great CM build environment and ROM.
LaKraven for his fantastic installation / battery life guide.
SuperKid for his work towards the Cyanogen device layout and getting me into ROM building.
trismegistos for his testing and debugging, particularly tracking down the RIL bug.

Just wanna say thank you! Please keep going!
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