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Hi kyan31 I was just wondering how much free space there is on the system partition after a fresh install as I would like to add a few apps such as magiclocker and some themes,

@Gabriel94 the issue with WIFI is mentioned in the first post, its nothing you have done.

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It seems that wifi works on the unmodified version of CM7, but as soon as you modify it, WiFi breaks. This means that I won't be able to make a new version with wifi working.

When I build my new gaming rig I'll be able to compile from source with ease, so I might compile a new build of cm7 using Dazzozos sources. Hopefully that'll be bug free :)

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Updated to flashable zip form, details on first post.

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@Kyan, Just wondering, Is your baseband 109808 or 2030?

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Updated to flashable zip form, details on first post.

can i flash this over cm7 from other post?

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anyone know of a widget to clear running process like ics?

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just tried it error in build prop aborted installation?

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just tried it error in build prop aborted installation?

Can you flash the zip again, save a log to the SD via recovery, and then send me the log. Thanks a lot, I must of made a mistake somewhere :huh:

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can i flash this over cm7 from other post?

I guess so

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@Kyan, Just wondering, Is your baseband 109808 or 2030?

109808

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Can you flash the zip again, save a log to the SD via recovery, and then send me the log. Thanks a lot, I must of made a mistake somewhere :huh:

i will try to replicate what i did but it might have to wait until morning.have u tested it?

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109808

Thanks :) Edited by george109
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i will try to replicate what i did but it might have to wait until morning.have u tested it?

No, silly of me I know. I'm already running a modified version of CM7 similar to this one so I never thought about trying it.

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Can somebody re-upload the cm7.2.zip on to a more reliable download location. Getting a very slow dl, and after a few MB it's stopping. I've tried a dozen of times already. So if it's possible a big thank you from me.

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@kyan31, can you please give us some other link to the cm7.2? Its very very slow and after download it looks like the zip is propably broken. Thank you very much ;)

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Dinamos download link is pretty fast for me, I'm getting 110-180kb/ps on HSDPA.

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@kyan31 for you maybe yes, but for us no :blush: Btw it is about 120 kbs

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@kyan31 for you maybe yes, but for us no :blush: Btw it is about 120 kbs

I don't really see what the issue is. As long as it downloads, does it really matter how long it takes? Just make a cup of tea or something while you wait ;)

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has anyone tried this as it didnt work for me,error flasing rom.will try again?

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has anyone tried this as it didnt work for me,error flasing rom.will try again?

I said I need a log...

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I said I need a log...

going to try reflash,how do i record the log?

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yep, the ROM is for U8818!

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yes thats what i get.

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