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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

Just fixed camera preview

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Yippeee! Also, I followed the instructions exactly, but I never got the Setup Wizard that I usually get, just me?

me neither? something wrong or am i good to go anyway?

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anyone feeling slow motions on screen loads ? eg keyboard,popoups,wallpaper change,home screen...launcher is very laggy

EDIT : Getting worse.....slow fading of popups.....not something i likemad.gif...have i messed up any setting ? Changed to nova launcher same issues......its like my phone is in replay mode !!

EDIT2 : Found it had set window animation scale to 10 by mistake !!!tongue.gif

Tilal are u going to release BT patch ? That is a imp part of daily use for me. Thnks

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Hi!

I like the rom, it's very smooth. But how can I take pictures? Because when I start the camera app, it says: cant connect to camera (i know that the liveview not work, but i read that we can make pictures without liveview :)

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Hi!

I like the rom, it's very smooth. But how can I take pictures? Because when I start the camera app, it says: cant connect to camera (i know that the liveview not work, but i read that we can make pictures without liveview

Ah. Now that means you have different camera hardware to me. Not good. Well as I keep working on preview this should also be sorted out.

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No bugs here!

Smoothest rom yet, haven't tried putting softkeys back yet, saving that for later.

GPS ridiculously accurate, map rendering faster than any other rom, browser nice and smooth, keyboard lag virtually none existent.

Will give it a couple of days to settle in before reporting on battery life.

As far as user experience goes there is just colour banding and camera preview/panorama to fix.

Nice work :D

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Thanks Tilal6991.

If it helps, i bought the Skate from the Hungarian T-mobile.

That would make sense. ZTE seems to use different components depending on the country the phone is being sold in.

What would really help narrow down which sensor you had would be a logcat and a dmesg (only if you know how to do so).

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I've tried to google it, search in the forum and in the android glossary but I can't find the answer. What does it take to port one rom to another device, like between Skate and Blade?

Not that I think that I will be able to do that but I just find it interesting,

If progress is made with one device, is it possible to know that it will help on the other device?

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I've tried to google it, search in the forum and in the android glossary but I can't find the answer. What does it take to port one rom to another device, like between Skate and Blade?

Not that I think that I will be able to do that but I just find it interesting,

If progress is made with one device, is it possible to know that it will help on the other device?

As I've said to many other people before: it depends on what you want to port.

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That would make sense. ZTE seems to use different components depending on the country the phone is being sold in.

What would really help narrow down which sensor you had would be a logcat and a dmesg (only if you know how to do so).

I entered the "adb logcat -d > logcat.txt" prompt to the cmd but it stopped at -waiting for the device-

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I entered the "adb logcat -d > logcat.txt" prompt to the cmd but it stopped at -waiting for the device-

Do you have the correct drivers installed. And is your phone recognized by the computer.

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No bugs here!

Smoothest rom yet, haven't tried putting softkeys back yet, saving that for later.

GPS ridiculously accurate, map rendering faster than any other rom, browser nice and smooth, keyboard lag virtually none existent.

Will give it a couple of days to settle in before reporting on battery life.

As far as user experience goes there is just colour banding and camera preview/panorama to fix.

Nice work

Edit: There's a bug after all, no flash on camera, didn't notice when I tried it earlier, not a huge problem though.

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Edit: There's a bug after all, no flash on camera, didn't notice when I tried it earlier, not a huge problem though.

Known - I'm using the Blade lib to get camera working and the Blade doesn't have flash so we don't have flash. :(

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Which file would you have to edit? I'm intrigued to do this as the boot animation looks very low resolution. :)

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morning, desc.txt from within the boot animation zip.change, width to 480 and height to 744, you can change fps to something like 32 if you want it to play alittle quicker.

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