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[ROM][ZTE Skate] CyanogenMod 7.2.0 (STABLE) - Android 2.3.7 (31/10/12)

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jfabaf    1

Addons

1) Volume boost patch - this patch will boost the overall volume and change volume scaling levels.

Slight distortion at max level should be expected.

Download: http://tinyw.in/a5vg

This link doesn't work.

Please, can you upload it again?

The volume is too low :-(

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C3C0    1,434

Must be related to you appsboot in TPT incompatibility, too...

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Anglobal    0

Hello, I have a noobish inquiry to make. This is my first custom ROM, and I find it fantastic. Only thing Im not sure about is when I open link2sd and I go to storage info, it shows under Cashe that there is 77.82 MB used - this was 0 on my stock ROM.

What does that mean? Could I have done something else during the instalation to make it nil, so I have extra space for apps?

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Zverka    0

I use this rom a month and I am very pleased, the only problem is that the FM radio is not working. Do you have another FM radio applications to try, because I can find only streaming radio applications ?

thanks

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C3C0, According to the previous problem. I noticed that when the phone on (after powered-off-charging) battery is dimly visible in the background. Maybe We are have deal with incorrect work with video memory.

Although the screenshot okay :-D

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C3C0    1,434

I still think all of your issues are connected to incompatible bootloader.

I would go for the stock partition layout (TPT), although you will have smaller data partition. But not a big deal since you can use s2e or link2sd to move them to sd ext.

And if it's not on the screenshot this means the issue is @ hardware level. Maybe the battery icon is burnt in LCD. That would be bad...

Edited by C3C0

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C3C0    1,434

I will try to create another TPT image with stock bootloader to test...

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Sometimes, custom backlighting levels do not work. When in the top panel I switch lighting from automatic levels through the rest back to automatic. In the settings CM Edit Customelevels vslues of the sensor is shown -1/-1

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C3C0    1,434

Try to cover/uncover sensor with your finger when such condition occurs. I can't help with this atm. Too much work and no clue what to look for...

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WiiSky70    55

C3C0 , the new versions of S3 Kernel will be included in the next version ?

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agonbar    0

Have you seen the new Skate pro? It comes with 4.0.4 maybe some1 can find a way to get it in our skate(if the gpu doesn't change...)

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omegavesko    127

Have you seen the new Skate pro? It comes with 4.0.4 maybe some1 can find a way to get it in our skate(if the gpu doesn't change...)

I have no idea what the specific hardware is, but it sounds like it's an entirely different phone with the same/similar name. I've found sites saying it's 1GHz, which I'm willing to bet means there's a Snapdragon in there.

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WiiSky70    55

The revised kernel will be merged to this ROM C3C0 ?

Also another brief question : Can i fix color banding and blur on this CM7.2 ?

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C3C0    1,434

There is no need for blur fix nor color banding on cm7.2

Kernel will be merged but nobody knows when even I don't :)

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