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Old January 16th, 2012, 10:43 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Cool [ROM] CyanogenMod 7.2.0 (Android 2.3.7) FINALLY FULLY WORKING!


This is all thanks to Quarx from XDA!


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CyanogenMod 7 for Motorola Bravo

Status CyanogenMod 7.2 RC0

Changelogs:

15.01.2012:
First release. For tests. Camera, phone, sensors, fm, gps.. etc... works.

INSTRUCTIONS:


1. Copy *.zip to sdcard
2. Reboot your device in BootMenu/ClockWork
3. WIPE (wipe data/factory reset + wipe cache partition)
4. Install the *zip
5. Reboot


If you liked this project, you can donate
Paypal: quarx@yandex.ru
Or you can buy this app: https://market.android.com/details?id=com.donatecm7

Sources on github:
Download:
repo init -u git://github.com/CyanogenKobe/android.git -b gingerbread
repo sync
Build:
. build/envsetup.sh && brunch kobe


Sometimes, during the first boot after installation, the bootanimation doesnt stop. If you dont see anymore a led activity, just reboot

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Default Stuck on Logomation Boot...

This is great and I am thankful to the developer(s). I installed this on my Bravo and it was working great. Then..... I was making some more changes and bricked my phone. I was able to find an original 2.2.1 SBF ROM to reflash my device, but now I am unable to reinstall the Cyanogenmod. It just keeps getting stuck in the boot logomation. Have reflashed the device, rooted, wiped cache, etc, etc, etc, but still no luck. I appreciate any guidance that anyone can provide regarding this!
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Old January 22nd, 2012, 12:26 PM   #3 (permalink)
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This is great and I am thankful to the developer(s). I installed this on my Bravo and it was working great. Then..... I was making some more changes and bricked my phone. I was able to find an original 2.2.1 SBF ROM to reflash my device, but now I am unable to reinstall the Cyanogenmod. It just keeps getting stuck in the boot logomation. Have reflashed the device, rooted, wiped cache, etc, etc, etc, but still no luck. I appreciate any guidance that anyone can provide regarding this!
When you flash the SBF file you have to go to stock recovery (pressing power + vol down) and wipe data/cache.

Then after you root, install recovery and install CM7 (following instruction) everything should be fine.

Whats exactly your problem?
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Got it solved now! Had to do the following....

- Flash the SBF using recovery mode and RDS Lite
- Root device (thank you Super One Click!)
- Install BravoX ROM
- Recovery boot using BravoX (has a ClockworkMod built in) to allow install from SD card. ClockworkMod does not show the MB on their list, so couldn't use it....
- While in the Recovery Mode, wipe Cache and also do the Factory Wipe/Reset
- While still in Recovery Mode, then run the Cyanogenmod install
- Then all installed fine and is working great.

I was doing the Cache wipe, rebooting, then going in Recovery mode to try and install cyanogenmod. Didn't think I needed to do a Factory Wipe since it was a newly flashed ROM, but apparently wrong. Anyway, I am loving the cyanogenmod and device is screaming along. Awesome! Thank you for your help!
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Default download links for cyanogenmod not working for me

Could someone please assist me with how to get CM7.2.0 the link is not working and i am not familiar with github.
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Default Nevermind with my last request

I saw a post on xda forums with some other links. thanks to "josuearisty"
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