CM6 final is here!

Discussion in 'Koush' started by noo_too_droid, Aug 27, 2010.

  1. kook
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    Nice

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    pretty snappy with stock rom.
     
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    just downloaded and flashed this didn't wipe and had smoked glass perfect theme from CM6 RC3 guess we are about to see if it works lol

    edit no theme on boot :(

    edit 2 tried to flash the theme after official booted and bootloop!! :p
     
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    running great! with p3 kernel but im a chevy fan and have tried p3 before with not so great results. This rom is running a bit nicer than liquid frozen yogurt 1.5 though some menus are a bit choppy recently ive been having alot of slowdown issues with lfy 1.5. this is running pretty nice, just wish it had some nice themes.
     
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    Awesome! *Runs To Rom Manager*
     
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    Cm-6

    I just installed CM-6 and I'm very glad to have done so.

    I've never rooted a phone before, but when the upgrade to 2.2 started and my phone got semi-trashed I decided to jump in with both feet. In the week that I've been experimenting I found that CM is, for me, the best of all. It's the ability to get in and do a lot of customization that's really attracted me. In order to come to this conclusion I've installed a ton of ROM's and have done a lot of playing -- thank God for Nandroid!! :)

    So much thanks to the developers from a neophyte... I hope to learn a whole bunch more down the road.

    Peter
     
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    cm6 is NOT playing nicely with my phone i had to flash it like 3 times and when i finally got it to take i couldnt get the google add ons to take and when i did i couldnt configure my phone (i would click on the android guy but it wouldnt go on) so now i have to start all the way from scratch with cm6 and then do the add ons again, what a nightmare
     
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    it really depends on your phone, get the highest kernel you can and then if it doesnt work lower the frequency or increase the voltage
     
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    CyanogenMod

    Visit CyanogenMod's Profile - GitHub for full changelogs and git access.
    Visit Gerrit Code Review for our Gerrit instance.
    Visit http://bit.ly/cmprogress for the device release spreadsheet.
    Follow CyanogenMod Source (cmsrc) on Twitter for commit-by-commit updates.
    CHANGELOG

    6.0.0-pre

    • ANDROID: Google, HTC, Qualcomm, and everybody else. We <3 U
    • Common: ADWLauncher 1.0.1 - Ander Webbs
    • Common: Music app enhancements - Eliot Stocker
    • Common: Phone mod V.30.1 - cytown
    • Common: WyContacts 1.2 - Wysie (port to Froyo by Sileht)
    • Common: Superuser 2.3.3 - Adam Shanks (ChainsDD)
    • Common: Deskclock extra settings - cyanogen, Michael Webster
    • Common: MMS enhancements from Ruqqq, Takuo Kitame, jeagoss, temporalshadows
    • Common: Improved RTL text rendering - David Kohen, Omri Baumer
    • Common: Themable user interface elements - Wysie, bcrook, jeagoss
    • Common: FLAC playback support - Kenny Root, Cyanogen, Glenn Maynard
    • Common: Lockscreen enhancements - Wysie
    • Common: Long-press home options - Wysie, bcrook
    • Common: OpenVPN support - James Bottomley, Takuo Kitame
    • Common: Br0tips - Kmobs
    • Common: Browser incognito mode - Optedoblivion
    • Common: Zipalign on install (if needed) + system dex cache to /cache - Cyanogen/Chris Soyars
    • Common: Customizable Nexus LWP - Chris Soyars/Cyanogen
    • Common: JIT toggle, configurable heapsize, compcache supprt - Cyanogen
    • Common: Adjustable haptic feedback - Michael Webster
    • Common: Custom wallpapers - jairomeo, prash, SatanR1
    • Common: Battery percentage display - canadiancow, jeagoss
    • Common: Trackball wake, trackball unlock, menu unlock - Jon Boekenoogen/Kmobs
    • Common: Surfaceflinger night mode and effects - Jeff Sharkey, widget from Wysie
    • Common: Reflow webviews on pinch option - Jonas Larsson
    • Common: Enhanced accelerometer settings - Jonas Larsson
    • Common: A2DP bugfixes - Glenn Maynard
    • Common: Browser fullscreen mode and other enhancements - Wysie
    • Common: Translations: Takuo Kitame, Matthias B├╝chner, Eug89, comercy
    • Common: Major build system enhancements by Chris Soyars & Koush
    • Common: Long press volume buttons to skip songs - Jon Boekenoogen
    • Common: Accelerated ARMv7 JPEG and PNG decoding - Qualcomm
    • Common: Skia acceleration on ARMv7 - Qualcomm
    • Common: Patch wrangling - Cyanogen, Chris Soyars, Koush, Kmobs
    • Common: Bluetooth HID support - Erin Yueh @ 0xlab
    • Common: Mouse pointer support - Chih-Wei Huang (android-x86)
    • Common: Configurable install location + allow move any app to external storage - Cyanogen
    • Common: Busybox and rsync Android ports from Dylex
    • Common: nano, and libncurses are now built from source. - cvpcs
    • Common: Dual camera support - Cyanogen
    • Common: Support for HTC camera firmware with extra features - Cyanogen, Qualcomm
    • Common: Other camera enhancements - Cyanogen
    • Common: Customizable status bar - Michael Webster
    • Common: Lockscreen music controls - Kmobs
    • Common: "Roam Only" mode - jrgutier
    • Common: Mobile data toggle for power widget - Drakaz
    • Common: Exchange support fixes and volume rocker selection - Michael Webster
    • Common: Lock home app in memory option - Cyanogen
    • Common: Audio DSP support (equalizer, virtual room, compressor effects) - Antti S. Lankila
    • Common: Customizable trackball notifications - Pedlar
    • Common: Fully customizable power widget - piafinho
    • Common: Zoom (except in 720p), flash, and other camera parameters can be changed while recording - Cyanogen, Qualcomm
    • Common: New boot animation by 73v1n:
    • Common: Arabic language support - Aziz Huss, David Kohen
    • Common: Torch app - Ben Buxton, Cyanogen
    • Common: Browser color invert (save battery on AMOLED screens) - Qualcomm
    • Common: Configurable brightness sensor - Jonas Larsson
    • Common: Ad-Hoc wifi support - Petr Havlena
    • Common: Audio focus enhancements - Jonas Larsson
    • Common: Mail folder sync settings - Michael Webster
    • N1/DS/Desire: Kernel 2.6.34.4 with Pershoot/Kmobs clock settings
    • D/S: Camera reverse engineering by NCommander & Cyanogen
    • D/S: Kernel patches for stability from Zinx Verituse
    • D/S: MT3G Fender/1.2 support from Zinx Verituse
    • D/S: Better media profiles - Charan Singh
    • EVO: Kernel base from toastcfh, display patches from AssassinsLament and netarchy, backport of various features from Cyanogen (2.6.32)
    • EVO: Sprint MMS fixes - Darchstar, toastcfh
    • N1/Desire: True 720P encoding support - HTC, Cyanogen, Charan Singh, Enomther
    • Desire: Kernel base from Kali- & Defer
    Maintainers:

    • Nexus One: Cyanogen
    • Droid: Koush
    • Dream/Sapphire: Cyanogen
    • Hero: Lox (GSM), Darchstar (CDMA)
    • Desire: Kali-, Defer
    • Incredible: Koush
    • Espresso (Slide): Wes Garner, Chris Soyars, Cyanogen
    • Supersonic (EVO): Cyanogen, toastcfh
    • Galaxy S (Vibrant): Scepterr, Wes Garner
     
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    Works great on my phone so far....Just ported my GE theme to it and have it up and running.
     
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    ive flashed cm6 about 10 times and it works but whenever i put gapps on i cant get past the android guy am i doing something wwrong?
    i rename the gapps addon to update.zip then i try to install from sd card (from rom manager) and if it doesnt take i try to apply update.zip from sd card (from clockworkmod recovery)
     
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    clear data cache then instal cyanogen final.zip then just install the gapps from sapphire worked fine for me
     
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    This is a solid release and I have no problems here. I made sure to wipe the cache beforehand and before I knew it I was treated to a sweet splash screen. I was able to get all of my apps re-downloaded - something that wouldn't happen correctly under Eclair. It's also nice to see a slightly OCed kernel out of the box.

    <-- Another happy Cyanogenmod customer.
     
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    I think I might try this out, but does anyone have an update.zip because I hate using rom manager

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    finally SUCCESS! phew what a relief
     
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