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Q&A for [ROM] MiniCM7-2.2.2 [6/7/13]Gingerbread 2.3.7/CM7.2 unofficial port for the Χ8

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18th August 2015, 08:54 AM |#2  
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I cant download this file, could you upload it again please?
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10th September 2015, 10:44 PM |#3  
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Originally Posted by mrugacz95

I cant download this file, could you upload it again please?
Thanks a lot

See this post in the thread. There is a link. Follow it and navigate to /ROMs/MiniCM7.
11th September 2015, 11:25 AM |#4  
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Beware that nAa's 2.6.32.61 together with this ROM does not have the bluetooth working in X8. Beware also that "toggle signature verification" is needed in CWM before flashing the zip (error if not).
Also, the ext4 support is a PA. Trying to use the "built-in" A2SD failed to mount the ext4 partition, although recognized - no nerves to play with junk - went for S2E. Installing S2E is possible, but during the initial installation and 1st reboot causes kernel panic (stuck at half-drawn nAa logo and red led), then after moving all data to sd-ext, the next reboot causes boot loop (self-reboot loop after nAa logo fully drawn). Fortunately just taking the battery out and putting back when kernel panic or reboot loop brings back normal boot and startup in both cases.
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