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

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C3C0    1,434

Hard to tell. It uses different device config and will not contain some changes I did to forked cm7 components in my github (e.g. hide status bar option).

You'll have to flash it yourself and find out. Although differences will not be noticable I suppose.

I am curious if camera crashing while choosing effects in settings is fixed . It is in my version.

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mi nombre    5

Hard to tell. It uses different device config and will not contain some changes I did to forked cm7 components in my github (e.g. hide status bar option).

You'll have to flash it yourself and find out. Although differences will not be noticable I suppose.

I am curious if camera crashing while choosing effects in settings is fixed . It is in my version.

In Nightly It's not fixed

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WiiSky70    55

Since skate is now official cm7 device official builds are now available including nightlies here

http://get.cm/?devic...te&type=nightly

But can you publish the stable ROM on their CM Devices ?

And also , (Sorry for being annoying) can you backport or add an WiFi Protected Setup method in the next build ?

Edited by WiiSky70

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C3C0    1,434

No. Nightlies are built automatically every night from official cyanogenmod git. Without user intervention. What I could do is to supply patches through cm gerrit system. If they are approved they will be included in all further builds.

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WiiSky70    55

No. Nightlies are built automatically every night from official cyanogenmod git. Without user intervention. What I could do is to supply patches through cm gerrit system. If they are approved they will be included in all further builds.

Now i get it , thanks C3C0 :)

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C3C0    1,434

Because gingerbread ui is not hw accelerated.

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agonbar    0

I can't update the su(it remains in 3.0, says to install ok, but later, on the tests it fails and tells I still have 3.0), also if i try to use any root app(busybox installer or ROM toolbox manager) it says i haven't root permisions(but i told superuser app to give them) any idea of what's happening?

I use your last release, and also, thnx for all the job you have set on this project.

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C3C0    1,434

I'm not on this rom so can't check myself. Anyone?

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dibbles    39

^^^ My SU is showing v3.1.3 (46) and seems to be working fine.

The SU binary is x3.1.1 (17) and updated fine.

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C3C0    1,434

No. Since I am not able to track down the root of the problem.

What's strange about it is he fact that some apps behave correctly, some not...

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HeikoH    11

Does anyone else using this ROM have their stock headphones' button not working? Haven't tried any other ROMs as of yet, but it would be nice to know first.

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C3C0    1,434

No chance. But you can still use the soft buttons (Settings / CyanogenMod settings / Tablet tweaks)

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WiiSky70    55

Gingerbread doesn't have soft keys, so that would be rather difficult.

But do you forgot that H3 Blues has soft-keys on the notifications tray

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C3C0    1,434

These are not the softkeys as we know them on ICS/JB.

These are just the status bar soft buttons that can be turned on in Cyanogenmod settings / tablet tweaks

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C3C0 :thanks for the good work and updates (any way to donate a bit => ok found the link in the signature...)

Edited by wildcat_paris

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