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[ICS] [CM9] [4.0.4] CyanogenMod 9 for the ZTE Crescent [ROM] [Last updated: 13/07]

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Oh.. Okay. I ask this beacause this bug arrived 8 time today. ;) I will wait for the OMX fix for JB to reFlash my phone with Dazzozo CM10 ROM. :)

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Oh.. Okay. I ask this beacause this bug arrived 8 time today. ;) I will wait for the OMX fix for JB to reFlash my phone with Dazzozo CM10 ROM. :)

My phone reboots a fair amount randomly, normally when I unplug it, I've just learnt to deal with it.

I'll be flashing to CM10 as soon as it's possible to record on it.

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I am just waiting for the OMX fix to play YouTube video on CM10, if only the fix work, it will be very nice. :)

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Just installed CM9 on my OSF2 and its great! However I have some issue that you guys might be able to assist with

Does WiFi hotspot will work? only found usb teathering so far.

The Alarm is worse the previous one I had in jellyfish, can anyone recommend a better one.

Swype won't install, say i don't have room, but i have 70mb free. Anyone know a fix for this, I really need swype.

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Create an second partition on your sd card, wipe and install cronmod int2ext

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Sorry, I'm a bit of a newbie and don't know how to partition the sd or what cronmod int2ext is.

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You can Partition your sd card usin clockworkmod. I will post a step for step guide when I get ob my pC

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Read this : http://www.groubal.c...ivers-released/

There said that Qualcomm has released drivers.. :) I don't know if it will work.

Edit : It is not for OMX lib.

Edited by -Mind-
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It's for the Adreno graphics, i.e. for hardware acceleration of the UI and so forth. Good on them. Of course this is something that already works on our rom, but a proper driver would probably perform better.

It would be lovely if we could have a build of the finalised version of CM9 (cyanogenmod have ceased development on it), along with this and the OMX fix, if someone more knowledgable than me has the time. It's very likely that CM9 on our phones wouldn't get any better than that.

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We stuck in a timewarp? These have been around for months, they're already in CM9. Look at the date of the article : "On: April 2nd, 2012"

Edited by PsYcHoKiLLa
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Yes, I was wrong. I saw the difference about driver lib and OMX lib after my post. ^^ I hope that OMX lib will be patched for JB.

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It wont...ever....never...ever....

You get the point...

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Right, so i've done reading allllll over between the AOSPFusionX thread and loads of others but I can't seem to iron this out....

Flashed with CM9 properly (wiping everything first). And it flashes with zero issue loads fine at first. First boot seems smooth and amazing. It's after either rebooting or plugging the power cable that I seem to lose touchscreen sensitivity (Ie. it goes mental).

Now i'm aware this is a known issue around these parts. I'm confused as to what I need to do to solve it. I've tried flashing CM9 and then immediately flash a TMV kernel afterwards, i've tried all I can find on here, but if i do that the phone won't loads (stuck at the android image). Easily flashable again, but obviously stuck with the same problem.

CM9 is exactly what I (and this phone) need! It would mean I can keep if for a little bit longer :) But right now I'm thinking of flashing back to stock (or F'n'C) and just selling :(

Any help in any way much appreciated!

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That is what I thought, but thought i'd try different kernels anyway just in case. I'm already using p736eHQFIX.zip with just a2sd and gapps. Yet i'm suffering horrendous touch problems. I can't even swipe across screens properly...

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Quick poorly filmed sideways youtube demo! :P

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I can't really tell you why this is :(. Issues similar to this can happen when using a non-vivacity rom on the vivacity, but there the buttons will never work, so I am afraid to say that I can't help you with this :(

On other roms it works fine ?

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Yeep! Worked fine with F'n'C, which it looks like i'm going back to! :(

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Ehat about Cm7, does it work there ?

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Haven't checked cm7 yet, just trying F'n'C again just flashing...

Just before I enabled developer pointer tracking and you can see there is a ghost pointer mainly at the bottom dancing around...

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You can Partition your sd card usin clockworkmod. I will post a step for step guide when I get ob my pC

very kind of you thanks

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very kind of you thanks

1. Go to this thread http://forum.xda-dev...d.php?t=1716124

2. Download Int2EXT+

3.Wipe,Install CM9 wipe

4.Backup your SD Card, it will be erased

5.Go to partition SD card in Clockworkmod and make a partition, wich should ba as big as you want your internal memory to be

6.Install CM9

7.Install gapps

8.Install Int2EXT+

9.Reboot

Edited by gbosh
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What does int2ext+ have over a2sd?

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Well, a2sd just moves apps to the sd card int2ext+ moves the whole data partition to the sd ext

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Hello :)

Can't install this CM9 on my phone.

install from ClockMod Recovery

Log:

-- Installing: /sdcard/13072012-cm9p736v.zip

Finding update package...

Opening update package...

Installing update...

assert failed: getprop("ro.product.device") == "blade2" || getprop("ro.build.product") == "blade2"

E:Error in /sdcard/13072012-cm9p736v.zip (Status 7)

Installing aborted.

What's wrong? A phone is p736v. =(

What I should to do?

P.S. sorry for my english :)

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