Cyanogen 9 help!!

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    I am relatively new at this stuff and I just flashed CM9 but It wont go past the boot animation. Any ideas on what went wrong!?
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    Did you use bootstrap or safestrap?
    Do you know how to get your phone working and out of the bootloop?
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    I used safestrap. I can boot into recovery and flash a different ROM but i want to get this one working :(
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    Did you wipe everything necessary?

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    It showed that they were wiped during the install, so I didnt. I then realized that I mounted \system instead of format \system. So I started all over again and wiped everything. It has been maybe 7 min and it is still in the boot animation. I'll wait to see what happens, i guess.

    btw, is \system supposed to be mounted, or unmounted? lol!
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    Okay, now it worked! but I have no signal...
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    CM 9 isn't available for the bionic yet. What rom did you install?!?

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    thats what I was thinking :icon_eek:
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    Only rom I know that says cm9 in it is by dhacker

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    That is not CM 9. It is BASED on CM 9 source (AOKP) but is only a port. It is not an official CM 9 Rom... And radio problems are a known issue with that rom, at this time. :(

    READ the first post carefully :)

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    Oh! any idea when (if) cm9 will come out?
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    CM 9 isn't going to be worked on until moto releases the key to unlock the bionic bootloader. This will have to occur so the devs can modify the kernel for the ics hardware drivers specific to the bionic. This is why there is no hardware acceleration, the cameras are iffy, the radio is an issue... These hardware items require chipset drivers that are located in the currently locked bootloader /kernel.
    dhackers rom is a great ics preview though....

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    That is not an "official" Cyanogen build. It's a build BASED on CM9 built by dhacker

    The way out looks all new motorola Verizon phones are not gonna get official CM support

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    They will support the moto phones and the bionic too... EVERYONE is just waiting for the unlocking of the bootloader -whether that comes with motos official method like HTC does or by an "unofficial" leak of the security code encryption key. I am sure that a lot of moto's delay has been in the Google's code and android 4.0's integration to a phone. Remember it will do absolutely nothing for our phones to have ics based roms if the integration of the radio makes our connections more unstable than they are currently for a lot of people.....

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    Have you looked at the list of devices with physical builds by CM on router website? They have exactly 6 moto phones. 3 are Verizon ones. The Moto Droid, the Droid 2, and the Droid X. that doesn't look very promising.

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    Yep I look every day ;)
    The only phones listed are the phones that currently have unlocked bootloaders. An anology would be if you wanted to update your computer to windows 7 but your hardware manufacturer does not have compatible drivers for your (pick a hardware device) -video card for example. That upgrade will not happen without the proper driver. You might force a different driver that will not be stable so you can "run" win 7 but it will be slow and buggy and it will crash all the time. Since Android 4.0 (cm 9, ICS) is a completely different OS than 2.x it will take time and a completely new kernel before it will work. Patience. We will have options soon :)

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