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[HOW TO] install CyanogenMod/MIUI to your phone

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By Endless7, Senior Member on 19th October 2011, 07:32 PM
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This assumes that you are running stock froyo or gingerbread ROM:

1.first make sure your phone is rooted.If not,come here for detail.Specially for GB rooting,come here for tutorial.
2.download and install droid2bootstrap(attachment)
3.open droid2bootstrap and select install recovery
4.Install bootmenu v0.8.6. For more detail,come here
5.download CM7 All in one update.zip from here and then put it in your sdcard
6.reboot to bootmenu and then goto custom recoery
7.apply All in one update.zip(ROM package)
8.reboot to bootmenu again!
10.wipe data/cache
11.apply update again
12.reboot and everything should be OK

Specially,if you already get bootmenu v1.x.x working in your phone,you can skip step1~7.


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[CyanogenMod]
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This assumes that you are running MIUI:
1.reboot to bootmenu and then goto recovery
2.wipe data/cache
3.apply All in one update.zip(ROM package)
4.reboot and everything should be OK


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This assumes that you are running CM7:
1.reboot to bootmenu and then goto recovery
2.wipe cache and dalvik cache in advance menu
3.apply All in one update.zip(ROM package)
4.reboot and everything should be OK

Specially,if you got some apps FC issues,first try to clear data for that app.And if you still get serious FCs,consider to make a full data wipe.



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[MIUI]
Quote:

This assumes that you are running CM7:
1.reboot to bootmenu and then goto recovery
2.wipe data/cache
3.apply All in one update.zip(ROM package)
4.reboot and everything should be OK


Quote:

This assumes that you are running MIUI:
1.reboot to bootmenu and then goto recovery
2.wipe cache and dalvik cache in advance menu
3.apply All in one update.zip(ROM package)
4.reboot and everything should be OK

Specially,if you got some apps FC issues,first try to clear data for that app.And if you still get serious FCs,consider to make a full data wipe.

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20th October 2011, 03:51 AM |#2  
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I have some questions ...

Firstly, with regard to the cm7 20111018-nightly v1.0, you mention that DEVTREE changed to UK2.2.2 and use CH2.6.0 kernel. Will the change in kernel appear in my phone ? (ie under kernel version)

Secondly, there is changes for the battd from uk2.2.2 (no battery jumping) Does it mean that the battery will not drop from 65% to 50 %?

Lastly, if I'm using the phone for mass storage and after i safely remove it, which is suppose to appear? ME722 or A953? (I'm from Asia region)

(I'm sorry, I cant post in the android development due to limited posts)

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20th October 2011, 07:14 PM |#3  
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Originally Posted by puiboy

I have some questions ...

Firstly, with regard to the cm7 20111018-nightly v1.0, you mention that DEVTREE changed to UK2.2.2 and use CH2.6.0 kernel. Will the change in kernel appear in my phone ? (ie under kernel version)

Secondly, there is changes for the battd from uk2.2.2 (no battery jumping) Does it mean that the battery will not drop from 65% to 50 %?

Lastly, if I'm using the phone for mass storage and after i safely remove it, which is suppose to appear? ME722 or A953? (I'm from Asia region)

(I'm sorry, I cant post in the android development due to limited posts)

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1.devtree will not show.
2.Yep,it should be.At least in my daily use.
3.When you use UK devtree, it shows A953.Otherwise ME722.
21st October 2011, 12:51 AM |#4  
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Thanks to this repost I'm now using the CM7 port, thank you very much.

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21st October 2011, 02:33 AM |#5  
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Originally Posted by Endless7

1.devtree will not show.
2.Yep,it should be.At least in my daily use.
3.When you use UK devtree, it shows A953.Otherwise ME722.

Thanks Endless7, really appreciate it.
If there is battery jump, what advice can you give me?

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21st October 2011, 10:50 AM |#6  
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Thanks Endless7, really appreciate it.
If there is battery jump, what advice can you give me?

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Use battery calibration to calibrate or wipe battery status in CWM.
21st October 2011, 11:13 AM |#7  
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Use battery calibration to calibrate or wipe battery status in CWM.

Use battery calibration to calibrate it for cm7-20111018, but battery still drop from 65% to 50% . Have flashed to the latest rom.
25th October 2011, 10:21 PM |#8  
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I'm having a problem. CM nightly does install fine and reboots but when I install droid2bootstrap and tries to boot into recovery, it does hangs on boot screen. Is there any specific directions I'm missing??
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You cant use Droid2Bootstrap in CM7 or MIUI. They have integrated Bootmenu, which have included custom recovery.
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25th October 2011, 10:48 PM |#10  
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ok then how to enter in recovery or Bootmenu? I'm giving a last go again :(

Edit: I'm idiot!!!!! Cheers UFO for pointing.
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After installing MIUI my Milestone2 is restarting constantly. Once installed, it worked normally. After installing several apps, it began to restart. I went back to voltage and frequency for stock. He kept restarting. I decided to start over. This time, I installed a few apps, restart stopped. After installing all the apps, To restart again. I was uninstalling apps, and it stopped rebooting. Is he related to the amount of apps, or even the amount of homescreens? I used the room (2.2.2 Argentina). MIUI 1.10.21V2. I believe that many users experienced this. Thank you.[COLOR="Silver"]
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