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[CM7.2] Cyanogenmod 7.2 for Liquid/LiquidE

CM7.2 rom by Youpi666 and The Pasto.

Many thanks to the Pasto for all ! You're a great teacher ! :)
Update (11/08/2012)

- CM7.2 sources update
- correction of memory killer values for A1
- last kernel directly add


Update (03/07/2012)

- Some new kernel things :
debug mode off : smoother rom
touchscreen improve
audio improve
SIO scheduler add and fix by default for oc
del one or two unuseful things
- CM default autobrightness values, works great and usable. If you want better auto brightness, tweak it in the CMsetting (see post 2 for how to activate it)
- correction of the light sensor delay.


Final version (24/06/2012)

- fix some build problem, more stable and smooth
- adjust some values, rom is faster
- Final cm7.2
- Fix camcoder lib problem
- Fix double blink and some screen problem
- fix call/message led (see post 2 !)
- smoother light sensor
- new touch recovery


Update 1 (10/06/2012)

- Fix light sensor.
- change default scheduler, better oc.
- change dalvik heapsize to 32m, better stability.
- all the cyanogen RC3 fix till today : http://changelog.bbq...#/cm7/undefined


What is working :

All


Changelog :

New partition layout, more place.
New liquid Next app, based on the CM9 one :
- SVS undervolt function for strong oc (suggested values accorde to this http://www.modaco.co...ol#entry1924649
- New freemem function for A1 user : just check and say hello to multitasking.
- swap
- a2sd (If you don't have a good class SD don't use it, it could lag the system)
Dalvik-vm tweaks
All the CM7.2 change


How to Install:
  • Users with CM9 or CM7.2 or MIUI v4
  • Download GooManager [Market] [Apk] and open it.
  • Click menu button, and select "Install OpenRecoveryScript" and answer yes to the questions.
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  • Wait for installation end. You've touch recovery automatically working
  • Choose "Browse compatible ROMs" from GooManager.
  • Browse to "thepasto/CM7.2" folder and select "Update-cm7.2-20120811.zip", Click on "Begin download".
  • Select "Download gapps package"
  • Now reboot to recovery and flash above download packages, or use "Flash Roms" option from GooManager.
(BE AWARE TO FLASH THE UPDATE WITHOUT SIGN CHECK !!!)

NOTE1: File downloaded form GooManager app are located in /sdcard/goomanager forlder.
NOTE2: Installation process in recovery could take a bit. Just wait When installation is finished, select wipe dalvick-cache.
  • Users with other roms
  • Download and install CWM Recovery (install istruction on 2nd post)
  • Be sure to wipe all
  • Flash rom zip file
  • Flash update
  • Follow first 3 steps of above guide, to update your recovery
Beat audio :

Download the zip
Flash the zip (no sign, no wipe)
reboot

Only UPDATE ROM
Choose "Browse compatible ROMs" from GooManager.
Browse to "thepasto/CM7.2" folder and select "Update-cm7.2-20120811.zip"
reboot to recovery and flash above download package WITHOUT SIGNCHECK

Download:
Rom file :http://tinyw.in/cRwq
Other :
Windows Drivers : http://goo.gl/IJ9yi
CWM Recovery : [Mediafire] [Gdrive] (select File->Download)
Gapps : http://cmw.22aaf3.co...0828-signed.zip
Beats Audio for Liquid :http://www.mediafire...wzhsmoj177d7hg1

Source :
https://github.com/t...ree/gingerbread

Edited by youpi666, 14 August 2012 - 04:20 PM.

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Activate auto brightness :

For use it you must check the auto birghtness param in display AND the luminosity filter in the CMmenu => display => autobrightness (first param)

Configure led.

Go to CMSetting menu, display, led notification
in app, no config choose message :
- led mode => app param
- led color => white
- save

in app no config choose call :
- led mode => app param
- led color => blue
- save

reboot

HOW TO INSTALL CWM Recovery [!!Read Carefully!!]
  • Install CWM Recovery needed for new partition layout [REQUIRED]
  • Download CWM acer Liquid Recovery pakage and unzip it
  • Run the installer script for your O.S.
  • Boot in Recovery Mode [Don't skip this steps are relly required to get new partition layout working as well]
  • A1 owners (256mb ram) : SWAP partition recommend better user experience with (an EXT partition is also suggested for both liquid models)
  • if you don't have one create it:
  • choose Advanced option in recovery menu
  • select Partition SD Card
  • choose your prefercences and wait for partion process end
  • Wipe ALL [IMPORTANT]
  • select wipe data/factory reset
  • select wipe cache partition
  • Flash new rom

Edited by youpi666, 03 July 2012 - 01:12 PM.

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wowowo!! In Download!

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Is CMW the same as CM9?

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Yes exactly the same (forgot to tell this on first post !)
This is the end of the heavy manip for try CM9 :)

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wonderful, try this new rom asap!!

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Cool !!! Thx Man ;)

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Wow a fully working gingerbread CM ROM?! Nice!

You have allot of spare time youpi666, you bring new life to the Liquid. I'm already enjoying your latest MIUI release as we speak!

I'm surely gonna try this one :)

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Can anybody post the NeoCore result of this ROM? I get 31.x fps on LiquidNext and only 26 on the previous CM7.2 so I'd like to know if gaming performance is improved on this new version :)

Thanks for keeping this Acer Liquid community alive :D

Edited by Thmz159, 07 June 2012 - 03:30 PM.

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But the rom needs a swap partition to work?

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well for E no.
For A1, swap is not need but if you planned to use strong app better use swap :
an example temple run :
- without swap, run but sometimes fc,
- with, any problem

So swap recommend :)

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Ok thanks, i have A1. What is the difference with CM7.2 RC1 or version of Honor? Why in this rom the swap is recommend, but in other cm7.2 not? For new partition layout and CWM recovery?

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oh thanks old man ! :D finally i can use 1 recovery for 2 rom

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Ok thanks, i have A1. What is the difference with CM7.2 RC1 or version of Honor? Why in this rom the swap is recommend, but in other cm7.2 not? For new partition layout and CWM recovery?

First difference : it's RC3 :P
second : it's build from scratch, no sanity need for prox sensor, much stable, really better battery drain.
Don't panic on the swap, it's recommend because in my use have better result with swap that with not. For the CM 7.2 RC1 have also need it for better and smooth use (even if it's not said)
If you never use it so you don't need it with this one.

But if you want to try CM9 one day, better made it now and be prepare ;)

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difference from previous 7.2 honor cyanogenmod is that this is using new partition layout(introduced in 2.6.32 kernels) that it is fundamental for ginger and ice cream :) howewer....we need a 2.6.35-8 kernel to get a good ice cream porting. i have an idea to port this.....but unfortunately now i have exams at my university so i don't have time....but i want to try to do :)

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youpi666, good work.
Have found two "bugs": reaaaaaly slow transitions in default launcher in Apps menu and blinking of black screen while unlocking device (right before appearing of Lockscreen) :-)
I have rolled back at ics - cant live w/o its UI and those new functions from both ics and cm9 ^_^

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thanks,
for the laucnher have also found that the app menu is little slow, but i don't use adw so never think that was a bug ;)
i'll look at the second, when i've time.

haha now this one is release i can build the CM9 and try it :)

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great job very awesone ROM.
It works fine for me but I have a litte problem: applications using the camera (Barcode Scanner for ex) freeze.
I pushed libcamera.so and liboemcamera.so into /system/lib (from LiquidNext) and it works fine now.

Edited by heythem, 07 June 2012 - 07:29 PM.

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