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CyanogenMod-6.1 RC1 for Hero CDMA is available

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by deedub, Oct 28, 2010.

  1. deedub

    deedub Well-Known Member
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  2. oOMavrikOo

    oOMavrikOo Android Expert

    what's new in this release?
     
  3. Thaxis

    Thaxis Member

  4. chawski

    chawski Android Enthusiast

    yea link doesnt work? can anyone chime in on what this update is?
     
  5. Berix

    Berix Lurker

    Here's the changelog for 6.1.0:

    6.1.0


    • Common: Update to Android 2.2.1
    • Common: Various bugfixes from AOSP and CodeAurora
    • Common: ADWLauncher 1.2.0 - Ander Webbs
    • Common: Configurable audio focus for music app - Jonas Larsson
    • Common: APN cleanup (fixes many issues with GPS and MMS) - Cyanogen
    • Common: Use ARMv6 optimizations for DS/Hero targets - Ninpo
    • Common: AudioDSP updates - Antti S. Lankila
    • Common: Status bar themes - Michael Webster
    • Common: Email app updates** - Michael Webster
    • Common: Selected kernel optimizations - Kernelzilla
    • Common: EMMC support - Koush
    • Common: Camcorder touch-to-focus - Cyanogen
    • Common: Notification "quiet hours" - Evan Charlton
    • Common; Superuser 2.3.6 - Adam Shanks (ChainsDD)
    • Common: Camera/camcorder continuous autofocus - Cyanogen
    • Common: Camera option sliders - Cyanogen
    • Common: Control locking of MMS app in memory - Julian J. M
    • Common: Kill foreground app by long-pressing back - Evan Charlton
    • Common: New AppWidgetPicker dialog - boombuler@XDA
    • Common: FileManager app - OpenIntents (graphics update from Fitsnugly)
    • Common: Anonymous install statistics gathering - Chris Soyars
    • Common: Stable shot camera mode - Cyanogen
    • Common: Dual-mode snooze (long press dismiss) - Evan Charlton
    • Common: Compose SMS/MMS via search button long press - Wes Garner
    • Common: Notification category support - Pedlar
    • Common: Galaxy S style power widget in notification bar - Pedlar
    • Common: Autodetect if we should use /cache for system dex files - Kali-
    • Common: Quick PIN unlock - gsarrica
    • Common: Increase performance of Gallery3D caching system - Androbot
    • Common: Gallery3D bugfixes and improvements - CodeAurora
    • Common: Gallery3D highres patches - Petar
     
  6. andygu3

    andygu3 Android Expert

    The update is the updated stable version of the CM6
     
  7. oOMavrikOo

    oOMavrikOo Android Expert

    I'm using the old stable version. will I have to wipe data before flashing?
     
  8. andygu3

    andygu3 Android Expert

    If you are running CM6, the 9/18 stable or a CM6 nightly, you do NOT have to wipe data. Wipe davlik cache and cache only. Then flash the new stable build
     
  9. deedub

    deedub Well-Known Member
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  10. Illuminator

    Illuminator Newbie

    Wonder of this will keep me from frequent reboots I have to do with cm6 due to slowdown.
     
  11. andygu3

    andygu3 Android Expert

    Reboots and freezes are not with the rom;)
     
  12. UniqueNate

    UniqueNate Android Enthusiast

    I still have my Hero in the box ever since I picked up a Evo, then a Epic. I want to flash this to my Hero, then I'll flash it to the Evo once they get 4G working and HDMI. But what do you guys notice? I seen the new changes which look great. In personal use do you guys think it's better in performance?

    oh and does anyone have the gapps add-on?
     
  13. viperlocc

    viperlocc Member

    [ROM][GPL][NONSENSE] aospMod v0.9.5 | AOSP 2.2.1 (Froyo) [10/27/2010] - xda-developers
     
  14. viperlocc

    viperlocc Member

    Just flashed over my nightly, installed newest uncapped, and so far its very smooth. my OC is (screen off 384/480) (screen on 557/730). Before my lowest screen off was 352 and just that little change, absolutly NO lag when turning on phone and unlocking. its instantly fast.

    Tried to go up to 768 but it started to get laggy so 730 is my new high.

    Now to get flash to work lol
     
  15. andygu3

    andygu3 Android Expert

  16. oOMavrikOo

    oOMavrikOo Android Expert

    I'm noticing some really poor battery life after flashing 6.1. do I need to wipe the battery stats again each time I flash a new rom or update?
     
  17. TeamTJ

    TeamTJ Member

    Hmmm...Ever since flashing this I don't get text messages...

    Any suggestions?
     
  18. rb312102

    rb312102 Android Enthusiast

    Same here. Been off the charger for 2 hours and already below 80 with almost no usage.
     
  19. oOMavrikOo

    oOMavrikOo Android Expert

    I just unplugged and in 5 mins and no use...I've lost 5 percent. that's rediculous. I'm considering flashing back for now.
     
  20. SamXp

    SamXp Android Enthusiast

    Flashed and looking good. Batt life seems typical for a first day of installing/updating/syncing, etc

    Texting works fine
     
  21. viperlocc

    viperlocc Member

    No text issues, been unplugged since 5AM (its 3pm here now), made some calls and texts, used pandora for 1.5 hours, and played angry birds for 15min and my battery is at 72%

    every phone is different somehow.

    Ive had NO problems so far. Its running faster than before, and a lot more smothely.
     
  22. UniqueNate

    UniqueNate Android Enthusiast

    I put my Epic down for a few minutes to flash this CyanogenMod 6.1 on my Hero and I have to say nice :)
    It's so much faster and love the new options in settings.
    I don't know what this new rom did but now I am able to clock my Hero up to 768. I was only able to get it at 528 at first. It gives me more options to go higher but idk if they will work. I'm not worried about it either. It runs so much faster and smoother. I have every little thing that has to do with speed and performance cranked up. JIT is on, clocked at 768 and stable, opening speeds and transitions are at 8 of 10. Oh and I have it underclocked when the screen is off for battery purposes

    If the Hero would of been shipped like this in the first place smh. Love for Cyanogen! Angry Birds runs even smoother now. Oh and now I can enjoy the Gingerbread version of YouTube. I hope we can get the love for the Epic as well. I have 4G in my area so I want to wait until that works with the Evo.
     
  23. chawski

    chawski Android Enthusiast

    6.1 seems to be running very smoothly for me. no noticeable changes in batter (been off the charger since 8 (530 pm here now) and shows usual battery usage. Text/sms/email all work as it did previously. I cant recreate a single problem some above posters complain about. Ill probably ditch the nightlies for a while now actually
     
  24. rse411

    rse411 Newbie

    any new links?
     
  25. andygu3

    andygu3 Android Expert

    New links for what?:thinking:
     

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