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[D2/D2G/DX] CM9 Build Thread

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OP bikedude880

bikedude880

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Posted 21 June 2012 - 01:23 PM #1

Tired of waiting 2 or more days for a build? Want to get your flash on more often than others? Congrats, your time has come!

Current Issues
  • Camera app doesn't record video [Reason Known, codecs/LCML]
  • Wifi tether doesn't work [Reason Known, ABI]
  • Minor wakelock in certain subsystems [Reason Known]
  • HARDWARE CODECS (Youtube, Netflix... anything with video/audio may have playback issues) [Reason Known]
  • Users [Reason Unknown]
Downloads

Latest Build:
D2G - CM9-D2G-08192012074df78dc57ad53353e8d6efe2777bf7 (md5sum)
D2 - CM9-D2-08192012a8f61fcff79a5fa2f362b045d8034150 (md5sum)
DX - CM9-DX-080920129e37927668cbc31d974bbef25aa24f73 (md5sum)


All Droid 2 Global builds:
Spoiler


All Droid 2 builds:
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All Droid X builds:
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Change-Log

These builds will /not/ come with a change-log. If you want one, take a look at commit logs on Github and use the date on the zip. I try my hardest to start a build after all changes for the day have been committed, but it can be tricky.

Edited by bikedude880, 19 August 2012 - 05:26 PM.

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OP bikedude880

bikedude880

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Posted 21 June 2012 - 01:24 PM #2

Installing

Now some of you might wonder why this section needs to exist. I don't. It's crucial :)


From ClockworkMod Recovery, any version
  • Mounts and Storage -> Format System (This is to give us a clean partition, free of gapps that get backed up before install)
  • Wipe Data/Factory Reset (To ensure that absolutely no trace of the system exists before install)
  • Install Zip From sdcard (Both the rom and gapps)
  • Reboot System Now

It is imperative that you do not reboot at any time after step 1 until told to.

Doing so will result in your having to SBF and re-root. You have been warned.


Reporting Errors

If you're going to use these builds as a basis for an error report, PLEASE include the build date of the ROM in the report. Failure to do so will result (most likely) in the error becoming a lower priority. This information can be found either through the ROM file name, or by the following steps:
  • System Settings -> About Phone
  • Build Date (Note: The Build Date reflects when I finished a repo sync)
GSM USERS

Gasai Yuno is tired of posting this shit everywhere, so I'll add it here:
[quote name='Gasai Yuno' timestamp='1333045254' post='583717']
Well this is what I did:

Airplane mode.
Testing: CDMA only; Turn on radio (leads to FC; re-enter Phone information and confirm that it has changed to CDMA; if it didn't, repeat with CDMA auto, until it fixates on some CDMA mode).
Airplane mode off; it might FC once here.
Enter mobile network settings, and choose GSM/WCDMA. Get a single FC, and everything works again.

This sure is a regression from the state it was back in the first week of March, though.
[/quote]
[quote name='Gasai Yuno' timestamp='1335973005' post='660054']
These crashes mean your device was set to GSM.

Fixing it requires playing with airplane mode and mobile network settings. Enable airplane mode and then add a notifications widget for mobile data toggle. Long press that toggle and try choosing different network types, then disabling airplane mode. Repeat until successful.

This was discussed quite a few times, but reading is not something people are accustomed with these days…
[/quote]

Credits and Other Info

Thanks go out to x13thangelx, RevNumbers, Jonman409 (JB1tz), JBirdVegas, Desterly, and Asphyx for all their work on CM7 and CM9. Without them we wouldn't be looking at such an awesome release.

Edit: Builds are run after 'repo sync; make clobber' and are userdebug builds.

Thanks to Gasai for the hosting. Try not to thrash the server too hard :P

Edited by bikedude880, 24 July 2012 - 06:40 PM.

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ExodusC

ExodusC

Android Apprentice

Posted 21 June 2012 - 02:01 PM #3

I'm liking this! Makes me consider switching back to CM9 from AOKP. I hope some of the AOKP features get back-ported into CM9.
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smitty5505

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Posted 21 June 2012 - 08:46 PM #4

i keep getting an aborted installation.I re-downloaded in case of a bad download still no luck..anybody else?
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OP bikedude880

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Posted 21 June 2012 - 10:07 PM #5

i keep getting an aborted installation.I re-downloaded in case of a bad download still no luck..anybody else?

Unzip the archive that you download, inside you will find /another/ archive (the actual rom) and a checksum file to make sure it's good.

Apparently I shouldn't assume people are intelligent and try to package checksums and roms. Next files will be straight roms.
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smitty5505

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Posted 22 June 2012 - 06:06 AM #6

lol my bad i honestly didnt even notice checksum in the file name
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OP bikedude880

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Posted 22 June 2012 - 10:28 AM #7

lol my bad i honestly didnt even notice checksum in the file name

I have clarified the posts and added install instructions.
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D2Guser

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Posted 22 June 2012 - 11:52 AM #8

which gapps do you recomend installing?


Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0.X)

Universal Packages

20120429

MD5: 7c524e1e078164f681e0aa6753180b2c
  • Revert GoogleBackupTransport.apk to 20120317 version.
20120422

MD5: 0b30df25505799b5e10c0b6409f73137
  • APKs and libs updated to 4.0.4 versions where available
  • Google Play Store's APK renamed from Vending.apk (Gingerbread standard) to Phonesky.apk (ICS standard)
  • Google Play Store updated to 3.5.16
  • Gmail removed as it is now available in the Google Play Store
20120317

MD5: dc560aa235e8dd8cb00df0cefb5abd38
  • Fixed libfilterpack_facedetect.so which no longer breaks Face Tan and Face Glow when editing pictures in Gallery.
  • Updated Google Play Store to 3.5.15

Edited by D2Guser, 22 June 2012 - 11:58 AM.

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smitty5505

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Posted 22 June 2012 - 12:07 PM #9

which gapps do you recomend installing?


latest 4/29 works just fine
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x13thangelx

x13thangelx

Developer

Posted 22 June 2012 - 12:07 PM #10

They all are the same gapps just updated. Unless you see any specific version use whatever you use on other roms.
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Unofficial CM9 builds for: DX, D2, D2G