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For everybody who wants to try Cyanogenmod.

Latest CM7.2 with 'holo lockscreen' in my sig :)



Could you, please, tell us wich is it? (assumed latest 13/01/2012)
Is it necessary to flash the additional kernel?
Any Baseband preferred?

I'm coming from Thatantos 5.1. It's very buggy and I want something stable and with good battery life. I'm going to give CM7 Kang a Try.


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By default the internal SD card is located at /mnt/emmc now and the external SD is at /mnt/sdcard.
You can change it to the opposite in cyanogenmod settings --> 'apps' --> 'use internal sd card'.





Thank you! :)


Edit
I have done that and rebooted and now ES file explorer begins with internal but when I select the _External SD folder it says it is empty - which it isn't.

Edited by stonebear, 15 January 2012 - 05:57 PM.

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Thank you! :)


Edit
I have done that and rebooted and now ES file explorer begins with internal but when I select the _External SD folder it says it is empty - which it isn't.


Switch off your phone and switch it on again.

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Switch off your phone and switch it on again.





Done that.

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My O2X will be arriving soon so I have two things I would really like to know.

1. What is the most stable, least issues rom I can put it on it...because if I can't find a good rom and the stock phone is flaky then I am going to want to return it. I assume it is the same procedure for installing roms as on my Acer, ie. install a recovery and then flash custom rom over stock rom?


Follow my post here for Thanatos2x v5.1 and in the same post you can also find the best baseband for this ROM Posted Image

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I tried yesterday fps v0.4 kernel on Modaco's GR6.http://forum.xda-dev...d.php?t=1414507


So far no problem...and quite surprised from the performance

1) No 3g/Signal Issue (tested on a train route which most of the times I had this problem)
2) very responsive and smooth (mainly due to overclocking ~1.2GHz .. 2nd core working .. no overheating)
3) music and video perfect
4) camera (bravia mod) without problems.

I used it for 1 day only , so feel free to add any other feedback

Instructions
1) Download the zip file from the above link
2) Titanium Backup + Nandroid Backup (you can never be sure :) )
3) Install Zip from SD card
4) Wipe Cache Partition
5) Wipe Dalvik cache (it does it in the installation but I did again.. anyway)


Current Rom: GR6 + fps v0.4 + Bravia Mod

Edited by stonehz, 10 February 2012 - 09:31 AM.

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The best ROM I've tried so far is "Gueste2X v3.1 Hybrid Revolution"

It's a CM7 KANG based on Temaseks KANG with Parts from V20o. It basically is CM7 with LG Camera, LG Calendar App, and a lot other nice LG Apps.
You can find it here:
http://forum.xda-dev...d.php?t=1464986

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