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3rd February 2012, 03:06 PM |#191  
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Alright, I'm finally awake and prepared to start tinkering. I'll see if I can figure out this little issue with the SoD. Gonce, do you have the files with working wifi?
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3rd February 2012, 04:50 PM |#192  
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Here's his Wi-Fi thread if it helps.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1477775
3rd February 2012, 05:30 PM |#193  
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For pretty much all of the last 24 hours Goncezilla and I have been buried in getting this rom to work. Well all our recent long days and night of endless hours have finally paid Off.


It's our pleasure to inform everyone that we have fixed everything in the original thread and now been sorted and we have now have what seems to be a stable and fully functional CM7 build for the Nook tablet.

We're going to do a little bit more testing for a bit then we'll put together a release

Goncezilla and I would like to say thank you to everybody that offered support and advice. Even if we didn't use your advice it was still very much appreciated that you offered it!

Watch this space!
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3rd February 2012, 05:32 PM |#194  
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For pretty much all of the last 24 hours Goncezilla and I have been buried in getting this rom to work. Well all our recent long days and night of endless hours have finally paid Off.


It's our pleasure to inform everyone that we have fixed everything in the original thread and now been sorted and we have now have what seems to be a stable and fully functional CM7 build for the Nook tablet.

We're going to do a little bit more testing for a bit then we'll put together a release

Goncezilla and I would like to say thank you to everybody that offered support and advice. Even if we didn't use your advice it was still very much appreciated that you offered it!

Watch this space!

Whaaaaaaa!

Awesome job!
3rd February 2012, 05:34 PM |#195  
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It's our pleasure to inform everyone that we have fixed everything in the original thread and now been sorted and we have now have what seems to be a stable and fully functional CM7 build for the Nook tablet.

How did you solve the SoD?
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3rd February 2012, 05:34 PM |#196  
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Send me over the files through PM celtic, I need to check a few things out.
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3rd February 2012, 05:42 PM |#197  
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How did you solve the SoD?

Lol you just got thanked for asking the question because in a rush I clicked wrong button.

We'll be doing a write up explaining everything that was fixed and how it was done so everyone can see

Just busy working on a few minor things at the mo.
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3rd February 2012, 06:02 PM |#198  
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How did you solve the SoD?

Yep we fixed SoD, mic, screen brightness, mounting of partitions. You name it. We might go straight to beta.

Anyway we have some work todo, write-ups on what we have, how we did it and how you can get the beta. Also have to build all the packages. Should have something up soon so keep checking in!
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3rd February 2012, 06:03 PM |#199  
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Yep we fixed SoD, mic, screen brightness, mounting of partitions. You name it. We might go straight to beta.

Anyway we have some work todo, write-ups on what we have, how we did it and how you can get the beta. Also have to build all the packages. Should have something up soon so keep checking in!

Yes we're building things up but please remember we're tetsing as we go so it may take some time
3rd February 2012, 06:05 PM |#200  
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Awesome job guys!

What's the possibility of Bluetooth on this device? I glanced the last few posts so sorry if it's a repeat question



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3rd February 2012, 06:11 PM |#201  
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How does the wifi power look?Range with the stock rom leaves much to be desired.

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