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[ROM] [froyo] Japanese Jellyfish RLS9 [2011-01-24] [OLED+TFT]

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I have GEN2 device. If I repartition it with JJ and then can I install CM7 ROM?

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I have GEN2 device. If I repartition it with JJ and then can I install CM7 ROM?

If you upgraded via TPT Use the CM7 TPT which repartitions and installs CM7.

Edited by k0zmic
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Seriously considering rolling back to froyo, for now CM and the recent leaks are p'ing me off... so much i almost listed my blade on ebay today.

What issues are there in this build?

EDIT- Posted in wrong thread by accident

Edited by JayGB1982
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How can I move the apps too the ext3 partion on the SD card. I just formatted 512MB on the SD card as ext3. Do I need a special kernel?

Thanks

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I had an early version of this ROM (I think RLS5) that I used for ages, and it is a very nice ROM. But I recently upgraded to CM7.1, so that all my Android devices run the same system. It does not fell as fast, but I like the changes in Gingerbread, to be honest.

But I am missing two things: the switcher widget (it looks like SwitcherPro, is it something similar?), and the circular battery indicator. I don't care much for the circular, but I like to see a percentage. Is there an easy way to copy them to CM? I should have a full backup.

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I everyone I got a few weeks ago a zte blade and since then I´ve tried every rom available ....  But the remaining one´s are the froyo ....  I´ve downloaded the RLS9 and installed correctly but on boot its stucks on the logo of the green droid....   My blade is the 2GEN with stick TPT (220 mb to system)

 

Any help???

 

I really would like to see how the older versions of android are like .....  Thanks for any help

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