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[32A/B?][6.35] Cyanogenmod 9 -- Fast | Stable | Best

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By PowerPlop, Senior Member on 20th December 2012, 10:45 PM
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I ported Cyanogenmod 9 for the Hero build by Jordfaz. (Thanks to him!)



Downloadlink: Cyanogenmod 9


Installation:

- Flash Lights_format_all (See other thread!)
- Flash CM9
- Reboot


- 32B: Flash a 32B kernel after flash of the ROM

After installation

- After boot: Go to ADWSettings - system - advanced - enable wallpaper hack and scroll cache: low quality --> This will fix your UI.
- To disable CRT-animation: Displays - animation OFF (Thanks toi SaySpaceman! ;p)

Working:

- Calls/SMS
- Data
- Youtube!
- Screenshot!
- Perfect rotation!
- ...
Not working:

- Bluetooth
- GPS

Changelog:

Code:
 -- Cyanogenmod 9 --

v1.0

* Initial release


Hit the THANKS button, if you use this ROM!

I will complete this thread at a later time, but for the next month I'll have to study a lot , so maybe no time for uploading and completing thread.
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21st December 2012, 03:59 AM |#2  
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You can disable the CRT animation. You go to Settings->Display->You turn off the Screen off animation.

I haven't found any bugs yet, everything works very smooth and even YouTube works!

I think this is the best ROM for our "legacy" device
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21st December 2012, 08:41 AM |#3  
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You can disable the CRT animation. You go to Settings->Display->You turn off the Screen off animation.

I haven't found any bugs yet, everything works very smooth and even YouTube works!

I think this is the best ROM for our "legacy" device

Thank you! Didn't know you could manually enable/disable it.
22nd December 2012, 02:13 PM |#4  
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i really want to try this rom in my old htc magic!
I would like to know wich recovery do you use and recommend to flash your rom.
another question is the funcionability of the apps with this rom
thank you for all your work for "our" device.
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22nd December 2012, 04:58 PM |#5  
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i really want to try this rom in my old htc magic!
I would like to know wich recovery do you use and recommend to flash your rom.
another question is the funcionability of the apps with this rom
thank you for all your work for "our" device.

I think you can only flash it with CWM recovery.

All apps that work on GB, will work in ICS.
But the Play Store will show a lot more apps, but a lot of them will force close when you try to open them.
But in general, everything should be smoother.
23rd December 2012, 12:26 PM |#6  
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ok. This rom is good. But it is slow when download from playstore. Thanks!
24th December 2012, 04:57 AM |#7  
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Thanks for CM9, i was looking for some stable rom

I will try this ROM and will let u know my findings
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24th December 2012, 07:04 AM |#8  
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Thank you for porting this over. I have neglected my HTC Magic for quite some time now, finally got it out, dusted it and went through the flashing bits for this. Stable and much smoother than I expected to have on a (relatively) dated device. Are the processor options under 'Performance' settings disabled or is it meant to be on 'ondemand' all the time?
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24th December 2012, 08:02 AM |#9  
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Thank you for porting this over. I have neglected my HTC Magic for quite some time now, finally got it out, dusted it and went through the flashing bits for this. Stable and much smoother than I expected to have on a (relatively) dated device. Are the processor options under 'Performance' settings disabled or is it meant to be on 'ondemand' all the time?

You can't change any options in Performance. I'll see if I can change that, because now, if the displayed CPU speeds are right, the CPU is constantly running on 710 Mhz when you used it.
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Default cpu frequence 710MHz is not stable enough to bootup my phone, could you please lower down to 650MHz please?
26th December 2012, 06:47 PM |#11  
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Default cpu frequence 710MHz is not stable enough to bootup my phone, could you please lower down to 650MHz please?

Did you try to flash it? My phone doesn't run on 710 either, but it does boot.
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