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[ICS] [CM9] [4.0.4] ColdFusionX for the ZTE Skate [ROM] [UPDATED - 28/06]


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Hey guys. This is a CyanogenMod 9 port for the ZTE Skate. This is a replacement for my CyanogenMod 7 Nightly builds. This is ICS!!! Rom Details: Android 4.0.4 - Ice Cream Sandwich! Synced with la

Functionality: Working: WiFi Full Hardware Acceleration with OpenGL Smooth UI Mobile data 2G and 3G Network Audio Sensors Live Wallpapers USB Mass Storage USB tethering WiFi tethering - U

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Right. I may have a solution.

I'm going to post a clean compile of the new source for the ZTE Blade released a couple of days ago. Can you guys test whether it fixes the reboots?

test, me pleaseY(^_^)Y

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I got the first reboot after one day!!!!!!

FUUUUUUUUUUU

AND

I was just listening to music

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nonononononononononooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooomad.gifmad.gifmad.gif

I got the first reboot after one day!!!!!!

FUUUUUUUUUUU

AND

I was just listening to music

mad.gifmad.gifmad.gif

Yes, because your music's really that important. Go boil your head. If you want to do better, go and do it yourself. Or stick your Skate in a bin and buy something more mainstream.

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Hmmmmm interesting. Especially since surfaceflinger should use the GPU and not the CPU...

take a look with show cpu usage, it spike's, but holds it for a while after.

also shows up in bbs as the biggest consumer of the battery

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been thinking, and we already have a circumstance that manifests it self with the same symptoms of lockup and reboot, but we only tend to do it the once and then on purpose, so never see a coralation( JetKun is going to tick me of for spelling that wrong) with it, that would be over clocking :

is the cpu tripping over it self possibly?

just a open thought....

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Ok flashed the new kernel,however on device boot,everything force closes so can not enter the rom.

For example:

the process com.android.phone has stopped.

The same goes for clock,dsp manage,contacts,and many more

edit: now I am in infinite bootloop

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Ok flashed the new kernel,however on device boot,everything force closes so can not enter the rom.

For example:

the process com.android.phone has stopped.

The same goes for clock,dsp manage,contacts,and many more.

Yeah - do this:

Format System

Flash ROM

Flash kernel

Don't flash gapps and reboot.

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Ok flashed the new kernel,however on device boot,everything force closes so can not enter the rom.

For example:

the process com.android.phone has stopped.

The same goes for clock,dsp manage,contacts,and many more

edit: now I am in infinite bootloop

I am on 200mb partition

wiped data/factory reset,

wied cache,

wiped dalvik cache,

format system,

flashed rom,

flashed new kernel,

wiped data,

reboot.

.

WHYYYYYY? So it doesn't work at all....

Hmm...

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