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README:
This ROM is Cyanogen Mod 7.2.0 and is developed by MTDEV.

THANKS:
Special thanks go out to IssacJ, Tickerguy, Mantera & Whyzor for breaking ground on Source Code Development for the Motorola Triumph! With out the their hard work and efforts, none of this would be possible.

VIDEO PLAY BACK
Thanks to Izzard for recommending MX Player. The app bases specific media to be played from either HW or Software decoding in the new version. VitalPlayer also works extremely well.

KNOWN ISSUES
∙ Camera rear video recording clicks during auto focus adding noise to recording
∙ Deep Sleep mode does not work with WiFi or Bluetooth enabled
∙ HDMI does not work
∙ Flicker when watching videos in portrait

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DOWNLOAD: 2013-03-03
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DOWNLOAD: 2012-12-28
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Follow these simple instructions if you’ve never flashed a ROM on the MT. If upgrading from a previous CM7, it is HIGHLY recommend to always do a full wipe data/factory reset & advanced -> dalvik-cache in recovery mode. If you simply wipe both caches and install the ROM you will be carrying over parts of the last ROM. If you need to carry over settings here is a written guide [Guide] How to Backup and Restore Apps and Data when installing new ROMs. Android Market/Play is not included for legal reasons, you MUST flash gapps.zip RIGHT AFTER flashing this ROM zip for the first time before rebooting, gtalk.zip (Google Talk) is optional. After booting into the ROM, you may remove some of the bloatware, see this thread.

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NEW FEATURES

03/03/2013
∙ New "init.triumph.rc" and a few other boot.img-ramdisk changes.
∙ Updated Vendor Proprietary Binary's, mostly BT/WIFI related files.
∙ Cleaned up GPS hardware and config.

12/28/2012
∙ Fixed issue connecting wifi & Bluetooth at the same time

12/27/2012
∙ Using Bsydz updated CM7 Kernel
∙ Added Bootsound functionality
∙ GPS Hardware changes including used libraries and AMSS version
∙ Updated droid fonts
∙ Removed all previously added a/v files and added the Video & Audio files used in the Cherry variant.

10/15/2012
∙ Updated to the Sharp 2.3.5 wlan firmware and init.qcomm etc scripts
∙ Removed system prop line for video suspected of causing wifi issues for some users
∙ Completely reworked the init.triumph.rc.
∙ Removed all the froyo mm modules
∙ Add Sharp 2.3.5 mm modules
∙ Replaced static CM7 wallpaper

09/26/2012
∙ Flicker is back
∙ Camera/camcorder are now working correctly

09/23/2012
∙ Flicker who? Flicker is GONE!!!
∙ Better video
∙ More stability

09/21/2012
∙ Major improvements in video 19fps
∙ Multiple libs replaced to help with more stability

09/15/2012
∙ Replaced multiple lib files from WelcoM, Sharp, Andro-ID
∙ Updated gps.conf
∙ Updated system.prop

08/19/2012
∙ Removed libaudioeq.so was causing notification fade outs
∙ Fixed blank screen after other caller disconnects a call
∙ Disabled surface dithering, can be enabled in CM settings and increased dalvik vm heap-size for better performance
∙ Restored Tickerguys values with memory99 which helps with gaming
∙ Added fix to resolve flicker with hard buttons
∙ Added bootup sound script

08/10/2012
Reimplemented Audio Fix (Notifications don't mess up sound anymore) didn't work :P

08/09/2012
∙ Updated GPS it's faster and uses less battery power

08/08/2012
∙ Camera fully funtional
∙ Removed volume tweaks due to distortion
∙ Updated GPS
∙ Removed some libs to add better battery life

08/06/2012
∙ GPS speeds are simply unbelievable!
∙ Rear Camera Picture & Video works
∙ Front Camera Video works
∙ Removed Alpha HDMI Code (broke camera)
∙ Added Live Wallpapers
∙ Updated media profiles
∙ Updated egl drivers (23.6 FPS Nenmark 2)(31.5 FPS Nenmark 1)(55.7 FPS NeoCore Qualcomm)

08/01/2012
∙ YouTube HD now working perfect go watch The Hobbit Trailer (flicker in portrait)
∙ Videos seem to be playing perfect in default stock player now (flicker in portrait)
∙ Camera photos now saved in folder 'Camera' no more 100ANDROID
∙ Photo names are based on date and 24 time including seconds i.e. IMG_20120801_140807
∙ ROM is feeling much more smooth as gralloc looks to be working correctly now
∙ Added in Volume adjustment found by jarjar124.

7/29/2012
∙ Fixed video flicker
∙ GPS even faster
∙ Removed specific settings not needed for Triumph

7/26/2012
∙ Place mp3 in /system/media/android_audio.mp3 for boot sound on boot up
∙ Screen dims out before timeout
∙ Clock has had edits to look nicer with larger font
∙ Added opencore files for media playback. Use MX Player with Software Decoding for best experience

7/25/2012
∙ Audio completely fixed, no more issues with notifications killing sound
∙ Increased 3g speeds
∙ Increased GPS lock speed
∙ Haptic touch works on notification window for turning on and off hardware more quickly
∙ Bluetooth Faster on connections and re-connections
∙ Automatic Brightness is instant, just use Settings < Display. No more tweaks needed using Cyanogonmod Settings < Display
∙ Video performance increased try out Holo Launcher with Scrolling Cache < High Quality
∙ Color effects now work on Back Camera (Sepia, Negative, Solarize)
∙ Better keyboard response
∙ Updated build.prop with wifi, battery, video tweaks
∙ Alpha HDMI support
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Finally!!!! lol nice work guys
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Finally!!!! lol nice work guys
Yeah we were having issues with MMS. Right now all hardware works, only things not perfect are the camera, video and HDMI. But we are getting there.
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Thanks for the hard work. It is appreciated
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Nice. Downloading now.
Does 26 include the dim before off backlight function?
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Not yet. I added in around noon. It wasn't in time for his build. It should be in the next build along with a couple of other treats.
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Sorry if I missed something, but what is the difference between CM7 and CM7.2.0. I assume that it's going to be more stable and faster??? Maybe other options???
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Sorry if I missed something, but what is the difference between CM7 and CM7.2.0. I assume that it's going to be more stable and faster??? Maybe other options???
Correct, it will be more stable as CM7 was really CM7.2 RC1. CM7.2.0 is the code finally making it to stable release from Cyanogenmod. While the CM team has said they will still add to CM7, we broke the code away from the main line so we can make this the most stable build possible for our phone.

With out getting to technical our phone is a very unique animal and lots of things that work for all the other phones do not work for ours. In the past we developers would updated the code from CM7 and it would break aspects of our phone. The goal with this project was to take the most stable code from CM team and break away from the main line of their code. This allow us to redesign CM7.2.0 code specifically for our phone.

Right now it's a pretty darn good release but since we revamped the device files and it's still in development this is a BETA release. As we get further with the code the stability should continue to get better with each release.
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So as of right now is this better than your cm7.2 g60 style final?
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Its tough to say there is more stability in g60 but with the new features its worth the trade off. Do a nandroid backup and check it out.
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Hey guys, I noticing a sleep of death problem with my phone with Wifi on. Reminds me of the initial problems Tickerguy had about a year ago.. Is anyone else seeing this?
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Hey guys, I noticing a sleep of death problem with my phone with Wifi on. Reminds me of the initial problems Tickerguy had about a year ago.. Is anyone else seeing this?


Mine keeps shutting off and i cant turn it back on unless i take out the battery, my wifi was on whenever it happened.
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Mine keeps shutting off and i cant turn it back on unless i take out the battery, my wifi was on whenever it happened.
Yeah this is the problem with the deep sleep listed above in the Known Issues. We should hopefully have this resolved in the next build.

EDIT: I did notice this does happen when Wifi is connected and data stops. As long as pandora is running it's fine. As soon as I stop it and turn off the screen it's done.
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Sorry, I read it, but then totally forgot....lol. I have to stop multi-tasking!
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This rocking agps support?
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No, however there has been some radical changes to the gps.conf and also some updates to the boardconfig.mk to help with faster locks. I actually used one of the Alpha builds to drive me to a surprise party for my Uncle. I have never been to that house much less that area of town before and it was perfect as I could imagine. Over 3g I believe it took about 5-10 seconds to lock. After that google maps told me where to drive over my bluetooth device while I was jamming tunes. First time I have ever dared to use the GPS on our phone. But it worked perfect and google maps was pretty cool to boot. The drive was over 30 minutes and I didn't loose lock once.
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Will this deep sleep with wifi and/or blue tooth on or does this issue remain from tg's build and its variants such as g60style?
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That was fixed today.
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Nice Work Guys!! and hats off for you g60madman the rom is great !
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It is possible that MiUI gets the screen brighter. There's a post that suggests it. If people who have been on it would post about it, we'd appreciate it.
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Can't wait to get home and try this new rom. Thank you, developers, for all your nonstop hard work!
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besides knows issues the ROM is pretty stable. For the first time ever I actually went and tweaked some CPU governers settings. Can't say that noticed any differences, but the phone won't reboot or act up in any way. Overclocked it to 1.4 with no problem.
So far all my apps are up and running with no issues. Still very mixed feelings about GPS lock. Sometimes it locks in unknown locations in 10 seconds or so, sometimes it takes a good minute.
3G is definitely better. I mean after 3G fix it was better anyway, but you can really notice the difference when you driving and streaming Pandora. Pandora used to buffer a lot, not anymore.
Camera lenses makes a very loud noises, I think we had it before.
Wi-Fi sleep of death is gone.
Holo launcher definitely makes the whole experience smoother.

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Yes, same here with GPS. Still much better than before though.

The backlight dim before off is working great. Nice to finally have this back.

The amount of dimming prior to screen off is adjustable at
Settings - Cyanogenmod Settings - Display - Auto Backlight - Screen Dim Level

Lower numbers make screen dim darker, higher numbers make screen dim less dark.
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Man this rom is so smooth. I didn't know the triumph could get this good. Good job g60.
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Man this rom is so smooth. I didn't know the triumph could get this good. Good job g60.
Wasn't just me . Charishot and dsmryder have added a bunch to the code. It will continue to get better with each release so keep an eye on the build in the post as it will change based on the day we build.
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I was rocking ICS, but this build is so buttery smooth, and especially with the wifi fixed, this is definitely going to be my daily now!

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Is it safe to use bKernel with this ROM, or is the new kernel at the point where bKernel is outdated?
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Is it safe to use bKernel with this ROM, or is the new kernel at the point where bKernel is outdated?
The kernel has some specific fixes for this ROM and the bKernel has many mods. If you do, would you report anything different you find? Also, is ther a reason you want to use that kernel. We may be able to intergrate those features into this ROM.
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Will the CM7 themes still work with this? I'm using Cynocream theme at the moment and love it with Holo launcher.
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Also, is ther a reason you want to use that kernel. We may be able to intergrate those features into this ROM.
I've just generally read many positive reviews of the bKernel, with most people saying it makes CM7 more responsive and smooth (of course, you have to take into account that it was released 2 months ago before a lot of the recent progress).
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I've just generally read many positive reviews of the bKernel, with most people saying it makes CM7 more responsive and smooth (of course, you have to take into account that it was released 2 months ago before a lot of the recent progress).
You can try it out. WE all would like feed back. Any notes can help and even let other users know what may happen. Also, if you find a feature you like, we may included it.
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Yes it sure will! I am using it right now with Holo launcher! You will see it run much smoother as well from g60 style.
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Can some one upload some pictures plezz and thank you
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Well, I guess you mean screen shots, so, how about this
As far as anything goes, I guess you could reqest what you would like to see. The bulk of the work is in how it works, not in how it looks.
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does anyone now the number of the color blue on the "Cyandbread (current) theme"
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Yeah bKernel wouldn't be too good. Mine is setup for the newer kgsl drivers and don't have many of the things they have been adding into the one in this rom. When I get some time I will try to get a version that will play nicely with our newest cm7 build!
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woot woot! something new to flash on my MT! havent done that for awile..my nexus 7 though keeped me entertained..flashing a new rom every like 10 minutes! good job!
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It seemed to run okay, although the battery drained faster than it does with the included kernel.
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I may or may not flash this. Not sure just yet. I am pretty happy with Starship Triumph and b kernel.
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I've gotten all my normal crap installed on this ROM, and I have noticed that Swype no longer lags. Very responsive. That was my biggest annoyance.

Also, as f'ed-up as the front camera is, it works for face recognition with Visidon app lock.
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It seemed to run okay, although the battery drained faster than it does with the included kernel.
I gotta say that my battery life has been even better than it was before. I was getting about 18 hours, now I got over 24 the other day. One thing that has been killing it is the constant flashing and testing. But when I flashed the first time, I did my set up then ran it for the whole day. Around midnight, I noticed I still had almost 25%. Then came a string of tests.
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does anyone now the number of the color blue on the "Cyandbread (current) theme"
I've got #FF00D6FF and it looks close enough for me.
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would it be possible to implement this ?
[HOWTO]More smooth scroll & volume step increase for MOST android phones[Poweramp OK] - xda-developers

edit:also seems like vibrate doesn't work?
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