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[ROM/CWM/Kernel] CM7.2-RC1-requisite0 [BETA2]


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  1. requisite0

    requisite0 Banned Developer This Topic's Starter

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    What the hell is this?
    It's my build(s) of Cyanogenmod 7.2 Release Candidate 1, ClockWorkMod Recovery 5.0.2.8, and my custom Kernel.

    How do I use it?

    1. First make sure you do a nandroid backup.
    2. Flash my CWM Recovery and Kernel package, then go to Advanced->Reboot recovery..
    3. Install the latest version of my Cyanogenmod 7.2 ROM.
    4. (This step is only for non-MetroPCS users) Install the Cricket Wireless or nTelos APN configuration for your data carrier (MetroPCS users can safely skip this step).
    5. Install the latest gapps (no longer necessary to mount system beforehand) zip.
    6. (OPTIONAL) Install the overclocked kernel.
    7. Select Reboot system now and wait at least 10 minutes for the market updates to take effect (connect to wifi first if data connection isn't working)(first boot might take a minute).

    What works?

    Wifi
    Bluetooth
    Data
    Texting
    Cell Service
    USB
    Camera (video)
    Data/MMS (in 90% of cases)


    What doeswn't work?

    Camera (still pictures)
    Data/MMS (in 10% of cases)

    Do you provide source code?
    Yes. You can check my GitHub here.

    What did you change recently?
    You can always see my latest changes in my commit log here.

    Did anybody help you?
    Of course. Shabbypenguin was there for me in the beginning. Unforgiven512 provided me a basic device profile to go off of. SuigintouLain provided the original CWM I used to flash my kernel and CWM. hroark13 helped me indirectly by providing his Galaxy Prevail device profile which helped me learn quite a bit, and directly by providing his RIL, Battery Server, and USB Controller code, and nudging me in the right direction for fixing data. Angablade has helped me with many ideas, and eventually we'll be collaborating on the kernel. And last but not least, pressy4pie for helping me test and being a good little monkey.

    Can I PM you?
    You can, but you'll get a faster response if you join us on IRC. (irc.irondust.net/#admire)

    Wait, I want to go back to stock, but your recovery won't let me!?
    Don't panic, just install SuigintouLain's original CWM and restore from your nandroid backup you made earlier. (You DID make one, didn't you?)
    HERPEDY DURPEDY YOU CAN INSTALL THIS USING CWM HERPDERP


    Me want eye candy!
    Easy, it's attached below.​
     

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  2. genovdot

    genovdot Well-Known Member

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    Testing now
     
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  3. lalo90

    lalo90 Well-Known Member

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    So flash, format, install rom(beast or monster) correct??
     
  4. requisite0

    requisite0 Banned Developer This Topic's Starter

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    This won't touch your ROM. Just installs a new kernel and recovery.
     
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  6. Grandfinalex

    Grandfinalex Well-Known Member

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    So my phone is stuck on the ANDROID screen before it boots into CWM.

    **EDIT: Got it to boot into CWM by holding the buttons.
     
  7. lalo90

    lalo90 Well-Known Member

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    I can boot into boot recovery but stuck on android logo to load OS
     
  8. requisite0

    requisite0 Banned Developer This Topic's Starter

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    Mmm. Not good. Means it's not mounting the rfs filesystems. Not something I ran into on my phone (lol but my filesystem is ext4).

    Restore boot from your backup (advanced restore).
     
  9. SamsungAdmire

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    *Ram dump mode*
    CP
    smem_0cil_tmp.c LINE=201
    Format : RESET0M0DEM FROM PROC COMM IMMEDIATELY
    qxdm message :
    its also installing driver software.
     
  10. SamsungAdmire

    SamsungAdmire Banned

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    will this go away? ...
     
  11. Grandfinalex

    Grandfinalex Well-Known Member

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    Haha, well no problems man. We're here to test.
     
  12. genovdot

    genovdot Well-Known Member

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    The cwm and kernal installed but when I choose reboot system now it gets stuck at the small font Android screen. So basically I cant get into my phone. Gonna use Odin to get the old cwm back
     
  13. SamsungAdmire

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    It went away, tried to boot device and was stuck on "ANDROID"
     
  14. requisite0

    requisite0 Banned Developer This Topic's Starter

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    I'd reboot the phone. No idea how you even got into ramdump mode.
     
  15. Grandfinalex

    Grandfinalex Well-Known Member

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    All you have to do is keep holding the buttons to boot into recovery.
    Go to restore.
    Hit advanced and restore boot.
    Fixed my device.
     
  16. requisite0

    requisite0 Banned Developer This Topic's Starter

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    Yeah, the kernel isn't probably going to boot anything but the CM7, I think I'ma pull it before some nubs who can't read huge red letters do some damage.
     
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    Fairly understandable.
     
  18. SamsungAdmire

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    thank u!
     
  19. lalo90

    lalo90 Well-Known Member

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    I get an error while formatting / system during my restore
     
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    genovdot Well-Known Member

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    That sucks major ass. Well just gotta wait now
     
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    genovdot Well-Known Member

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    That worked. Thanks. But is the kernal still installed?
     
  22. requisite0

    requisite0 Banned Developer This Topic's Starter

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    Negative. The recovery still is though.
     
  23. RetroDelete

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    Is this working? I would love to flash :D


    Edit: By working, I mean can I format to Ext4, and flash a normal ROM, like Borai Stock, or Monster?
     
  24. Grandfinalex

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    It is but it isn't. Wi-Fi works but Data and Battery Meter don't
     
  25. RetroDelete

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    So even if I flash another ROM besides this one, those problems shouldn't arise.
     
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