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I was wondering were there any plans for a cm7 rom? It would kind of make sense since our device doesn't have a lot of ram on it.

Zte Blade III has sold with ics, so gb roms arent compabtible with it. Maybe these works, but propably cm7 would work much slower and will be half-working build.
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Zte Blade III has sold with ics, so gb roms arent compabtible with it. Maybe these works, but propably cm7 would work much slower and will be half-working build.

I think I saw an official 2.3 rom somewhere, but can't remember where tho..

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V889D and V880E have gingerbread as well as some localized Acqua variants. ZTE has also published a gingerbread kernel source (linux 2.6.x) that should work for us. That should be everything you'd need to make a fully working CM7 port for Blade III.

That said, there's just absolutely no point in doing that and I can't see why any sane person would do it. ;) From RAM management perspective it would make more sense to invest in doing a proper CM9 port. Or if you must have gingerbread, then trying to port a gingerbread stock ROM from V889D would take significantly less amount of work than starting absolutely everything from the scratch and porting CM7.

Edit. Lol, I just had to try it. After ten minutes of hard work. :P

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RIL doesn't work, everything else seems fine.

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So for RAM a proper cm9 rom would be better?

Well, Android system uses slightly less RAM in ICS than in JB. GB uses even less but it's going to be slow and terrible at some places nevertheless. In gingerbread UI isn't hardware accelerated the same that it is in Android 4.x. 512mb is just about enough to run any current Android version even though more RAM certainly wouldn't hurt.

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Well, Android system uses slightly less RAM in ICS than in JB. GB uses even less but it's going to be slow and terrible at some places nevertheless. In gingerbread UI isn't hardware accelerated the same that it is in Android 4.x. 512mb is just about enough to run any current Android version even though more RAM certainly wouldn't hurt.

Well, Android system uses slightly less RAM in ICS than in JB. GB uses even less but it's going to be slow and terrible at some places nevertheless. In gingerbread UI isn't hardware accelerated the same that it is in Android 4.x. 512mb is just about enough to run any current Android version even though more RAM certainly wouldn't hurt.

So the best thing would be to port a CM9 rom to our device? Can you recommend one so I can try my hand at porting it?

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So the best thing would be to port a CM9 rom to our device? Can you recommend one so I can try my hand at porting it?

In this forum, there is already a CM9 rom and also a Stock ICS Rom debranded

CM9: http://www.modaco.com/topic/360449-cyanogenmod-9-for-zte-blade-iii/

Stock: http://www.modaco.com/topic/360392-rom201-aurora-borealis-rls1-android-404/

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TBH you do have to go to the second page :P

I use this forum like I use google, if it isn't on the first page, there's no point in searching for it. :')

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V889D and V880E have gingerbread as well as some localized Acqua variants. ZTE has also published a gingerbread kernel source (linux 2.6.x) that should work for us. That should be everything you'd need to make a fully working CM7 port for Blade III.

That said, there's just absolutely no point in doing that and I can't see why any sane person would do it. ;) From RAM management perspective it would make more sense to invest in doing a proper CM9 port. Or if you must have gingerbread, then trying to port a gingerbread stock ROM from V889D would take significantly less amount of work than starting absolutely everything from the scratch and porting CM7.

Edit. Lol, I just had to try it. After ten minutes of hard work. :P

post-834050-0-03337300-1371577913_thumb. post-834050-0-47724200-1371577930_thumb.

RIL doesn't work, everything else seems fine.

plsss can you uploud the CM7 ROM TO download
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plsss can you uploud the CM7 ROM TO download

Huh, CM7? Where?

I did a quick port of ZTE V889D stock ROM. It's a dual-SIM device so RIL doesn't work on our device. It also still has all the dual-SIM features in dialer/settings/etc. ZTE customization looks just plain horrible on that ROM as well. I'm never going to release it...

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V889D and V880E have gingerbread as well as some localized Acqua variants. ZTE has also published a gingerbread kernel source (linux 2.6.x) that should work for us. That should be everything you'd need to make a fully working CM7 port for Blade III.

That said, there's just absolutely no point in doing that and I can't see why any sane person would do it. ;) From RAM management perspective it would make more sense to invest in doing a proper CM9 port. Or if you must have gingerbread, then trying to port a gingerbread stock ROM from V889D would take significantly less amount of work than starting absolutely everything from the scratch and porting CM7.

Edit. Lol, I just had to try it. After ten minutes of hard work. :P

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RIL doesn't work, everything else seems fine.

Can you make dl link for this ROM, please? And i dont want RIL, because i don`t have mobile network plan, and i use wifi.

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KonstaT could you upload cm7 port ??? Please I want to have it for more than year

There's is no such thing and never was. It was stock V889D gingerbread firmware I had running.

 

And no, I'm not going to upload it. It was terrible.

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