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[ROM] CyanogenMod 7.2.0 (Android 2.3.7) FINALLY FULLY WORKING!Support

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  1. josuearisty

    josuearisty New Member

    This is all thanks to Quarx from XDA!


    CyanogenMod 7 for Motorola Bravo

    Status CyanogenMod 7.2 RC0


    First release. For tests. ;) Camera, phone, sensors, fm, gps.. etc... works.


    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 donateSources on github:
    repo init -u git://github.com/CyanogenKobe/android.git -b gingerbread
    repo sync
    . 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

    Latest Google APPS

    Download CyanogenMod 7.2.0



  2. khy0qr

    khy0qr New Member

    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!
  3. josuearisty

    josuearisty New Member

    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?
  4. khy0qr

    khy0qr New Member

    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!
  5. CasperTroy23

    CasperTroy23 New Member

    Could someone please assist me with how to get CM7.2.0 the link is not working and i am not familiar with github.
  6. CasperTroy23

    CasperTroy23 New Member

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

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