[ROM] [6/18/12] CM9 ICS For the Droid Pro

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    The camera is hardware specific and without the drivers its probably going to be a problem. Every phone I've had that I've installed roms on, the camera always takes a while to get working when a new version of android comes out and that's usually with a bunch of people working on it. As far as I know, we only have two people who can make roms at all for the droid pro, jackpotclavin and lurker, so it might take a while. :)
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    I know, and like I said afaik cyanogen can't get it to work on the D2 either. So I'm thinking its a bit deeper rooted than just drivers. But idk, all I know is, without working camera I am out of luck. No ICS for me :(

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    I'm so glad I pretty much never use the camera on cell phones.
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    The camera isn't good enough for keepsake photos, but I find I use it a lot for work. I need to send emails to people to do things and find it pretty handy to snap a photo of whatever i need fixed, send it to my email client client and write an email to accompany the picture. I've even used it as a poor mans scanner when I fill out a document somewhere that I want to keep a copy of. Plus, there is that saying, the best camera is the one you carry with you... Sometimes you don't expect to need to take a picture and don't bring your camera... you'll be annoyed on those rare occasions as you stare at your phones camera but can't take a picture. :)
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    I'm hoping when they do get the camera working on the D2, or the D2G specifically, that we might be able to port that over. I don't know for sure, but i believe the camera hardware is the same on the two phones.
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    Which Gapps download is everyone using - there are about 30 in the link and i would rather not pick the wrong one. Also, has anyone had a chance to test out the bluetooth? Im thinking I might flash this over the weekend and what to make sure i have my ducks in a row first.
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    Goo-inside.me Downloads - Downloading gapps-ics-20120201-signed.zip
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    Thanks ^_^

    -AqworldThunder ;) ^…^ ¶.¶ *.* Thank me if i helped please!
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    If in doubt go with the newest one. Which this morning was gapps-ics-20120215-signed.zip .
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    Anyone else not getting a keyboard backlight?

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    Go into settings, display and turn the brightness to auto. Presumably you can just turn the brightness up, its pretty low by default, if you don't use auto.
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    the settings worked for me >>>
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    Don't know how I've missed that all this time. Worked perfectly. Thanks.

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    So, not to beat a dead horse, but in terms of the camera becoming functional: would we have to wait and hope for an official ics kernel update from Motorola in order to get full functionality, or is it something that could be solved even if they decide to drop the phone?
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    Pretty sure Motorola has already abandoned this thing.
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