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This is a CyanogenMod 10.1 build for the ZTE Skate. Downloads: 12/04/2013 - Download GApps - thanks to C3C0 - Download Thanks to: All the members of the AndroidARMv6 Project especially Wayland

Working: Booting WiFi Mobile Network Data USB tethering USB mass storage Touchscreen Camera Panorama Smooth UI Video recording Pretty much most stuff apart from stuff below Paritally wo

Hey all, Sorry for the lack of release last week - I was and still am really busy with life. Not a lot of actual bugs have been fixed because of this. I will however try my hardest this weekend

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Guest plegdroid

@ Lalit, regarding the cfx3 rom, just two words. Thank You.

This has to be the smoothest rom to date.

You've again set another benchmark.

Big thanks to you and all at androidarmv6. :)

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Fixed 4.2 Clock is also great

the reason I chose digi clock over fixed clock 4.2, is the ability to choose your own fonts for both time and date independently. where fixed clock won't. both for free I can't grumble :D

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For god sake my Monte Carlo can't benefit anything from this ROM , and i don't know what i did wrong , i flashed Skate V2A and did FULL WIPE

Reinstalled and it only lags and gives me an error right on the setup

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For god sake my Monte Carlo can't benefit anything from this ROM , and i don't know what i did wrong , i flashed Skate V2A and did FULL WIPE

Reinstalled and it only lags and gives me an error right on the setup

I've must have flashed and reflashed this rom at least dozen times to understand how I can get it freshly flashed to the way I like it done, and come across numerous times where I got it really laggy and so had to rethink my flash zips but you don't see me complain about the rom!... So stop flaming and just flash and reflash until you find the way it should be flashed originally!... I've even customised the partitions to the way I like it using the TPT maker so I have perfect partition sizes and rom the way I like it!...

Side note... stuck on getting CWM 6.0.2.7 to boot up now, just seems to not wanna boot up!... I think there isn't enough recovery space to fit CWM 6.0.2.7 as it is bigger by just under 400KB compared to CWM 5.5.0.4, any ideas (could do with someone having a look at the mbn files and see if there is enough recovery partition to fit CWM 6.0.2.7)?

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I've must have flashed and reflashed this rom at least dozen times to understand how I can get it freshly flashed to the way I like it done, and come across numerous times where I got it really laggy and so had to rethink my flash zips but you don't see me complain about the rom!... So stop flaming and just flash and reflash until you find the way it should be flashed originally!... I've even customised the partitions to the way I like it using the TPT maker so I have perfect partition sizes and rom the way I like it!...

Side note... stuck on getting CWM 6.0.2.7 to boot up now, just seems to not wanna boot up!... I think there isn't enough recovery space to fit CWM 6.0.2.7 as it is bigger by just under 400KB compared to CWM 5.5.0.4, any ideas (could do with someone having a look at the mbn files and see if there is enough recovery partition to fit CWM 6.0.2.7)?

It works fine. TPTs do not change recovery partition (mtdblock0) size. Erase it and then reflash.

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This is a CyanogenMod 10.1 build for the ZTE Skate. I'm quickly putting this first post up as I'm pushed for time.

Downloads:

29/12 - Download

GApps - Download

Thanks to:

All the members of the AndroidARMv6 Project especinally WaylandACE

CyanogenMod Team

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when i use camera take a photo , i switch to albums to see the photo ,the screen become fuzzy . If i open the albums directly , no problem .

by the way , i find the same problem on ColdFusionX 2 . But ColdFusionX 1 is good , no problem .

any way ,thanks your work . sorry my poor english .

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It works fine. TPTs do not change recovery partition (mtdblock0) size. Erase it and then reflash.
I'm sorry, correction, I used TPT Helper to get repartitioned mbn files and use TPT maker to recreate image.bin file so that I have the latest working recovery ( CWN 5.5.0.4 ) which TPT Helper can't provide... So fastboot via my pc doesn't work for me for now.... And, you're telling me to use TE to flash CWM 6.0.2.7 recovery, and that will work? what difference does that make compared to adb & fastboot?...
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I'm sorry, correction, I used TPT Helper to get repartitioned mbn files and use TPT maker to recreate image.bin file so that I have the latest working recovery ( CWN 5.5.0.4 ) which TPT Helper can't provide... So fastboot via my pc doesn't work for me for now.... And, you're telling me to use TE to flash CWM 6.0.2.7 recovery, and that will work? what difference does that make compared to adb & fastboot?...

I'm saying use whatever you want, just make sure you erase the current image first.

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TPT Helper - Help.

For anyone like me who has spent many hours trying to get TPT helper to work there is a secret.

You press (probably like me you know and are not an idiot, but including just in case)

Volume up (top switch for volume)

Menu (middle horizontal lines)

power (button on right hand side)

BUT

Don't hold onto the power button waiting for some text to come up, it never will.

you NEED to press power JUST BRIEFLY then RELEASE whilst still pressing volume up and menu still.

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