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Hi

I have read ona couple of forums that there is an official new release of Android 4.0. I really need a stable rom as my current phone seems to disconnect from Wifi, sometimes oes int airplane mode. I am currently using infusion and the phone is updating via OTA updater. I don't know if the update will resolve these issues but I am conteplating buying another phone in orer to get a reliable phone as I use it as part of my work.

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Thanks. I have tried to follow you instructions but cannot find the cm9 rom on my sd card. i have found the gaps ics and tried to install it but it still runs on the infusion. I have wiped data and cache.

is it instal the google apps first or install the CM(. Like I said I can't fing the CM9 on my phone ( after copying it over) Is it named something else?

Basically when my phone reboots it is still using the infusion rom.

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Thanks. I have tried to follow you instructions but cannot find the cm9 rom on my sd card. i have found the gaps ics and tried to install it but it still runs on the infusion. I have wiped data and cache.

is it instal the google apps first or install the CM(. Like I said I can't fing the CM9 on my phone ( after copying it over) Is it named something else?

Basically when my phone reboots it is still using the infusion rom.

All you need to do is:

-Download CM9 and Gapps (google apps)

-Go to recovery (turn on phone while holding volume+)

-wipe cache/data

-install zip from SD card, locate the CM9 ROM you downloaded and install.

-Reboot to make sure it's working

-go back to recovery and flash gapps using the same method as flashing the ROM itself.

Make sure you are putting the files on the EXTERNAL SD card, and in the root of the card for easy access.

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thanks

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Hi

How do I find the md5sum for my phone so i download the correct version

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fater following the steps I now get"unfortunately the process.com android phone has stopped"

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