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[GB] [2.3.7] CyanogenMod 7 for 2030 baseband (26/02/2013)

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I test and the rom works

i take screenshots now

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whats this got that cm10.1 doesn't!

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It takes up a lot less storage & RAM, it's really snappy - but you do miss a lot of features from newer versions. Last time I was using CM10 and 10.1, it was mostly a pleasure to use but suffered from sporadic lags that really got in the way. Currently I'm back on CM9, better features than CM7 but no real lags so far.

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whats this got that cm10.1 doesn't!

Its gingerbread silly >_>

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Its gingerbread silly >_>

i meant, whats the difference, yes i know it gingerbread! its okay hippy dave has answered by q?

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As stated kyan, CM7 = Gingerbread, it is not comparable to CM10.1 because CM7 is exceeded dare I say ..

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We had a discussion on a forum yesterday. Debate was about how smart it is to flash one GB/CM7 rom on a phone with 2030 baseband. Majority decided it's a rather risky move.

After that two such roms (uploaded there just the day before) were removed from that forum.

Drastic measure for sure, but the idea has its points.

On the other side Anzhi, a huge g300 (U8818 there) forum established such "unnatural" practice month ago.

Hard to tell with what success, but it is a present reality there.

This rom here is another example of such "bastard" OS.

Wether it will be without mean symptoms or not - time will tell.

Anyway, dont run into it - think twice and

in the meantime, have some fun :)

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What were the proposed risks?

I've been doing the opposite, running Daz's 109808 build of CM9 since he uploaded it, and haven't had any problems.

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Fear of unknown consenquences - maybe bricking phone or reboots.

It is an early "hack" so folks are sceptic about the thing.

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A brick ? Why ? The Rom boot normally... And I see no reason why the phone would be brick...finally it is only my opinion..

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Maybe reboots or soft brick ie not boot

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Maybe reboots or soft brick ie not boot

just have 2 reboots from 3G problem and now i dont have network signal, so there is a risk

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Risk of what. 3g reboots happen on all ics custom roms too. Just saying there's no risk of bricking the phone. Just flash another rom or restore a backup.

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Risk of what. 3g reboots happen on all pics custom rooms too. Just saying there's no risk of bricking the phone. Just flash another from or restore a backup.

i tried that but no signal.

now try to upgrade to b952 official and then if not works i will try to downgrade to gb

do you know where i can find a link to b937 or 936 huawei update.app ?

it seems that my vodafone sim is dead, problem solved :P

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Well, tried it but it doesn't even properly boot, freezes on splash screen after a while.

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same happend to me... got CM 10.1 before trying this one...did every step of the instructions but it just freezes on boot image after a while

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