[ROM] The CM7 Gingerbread ROM (CM4D2-GB) is now ready for prime time!

Discussion in 'Cyanogenmod - D2' started by Redflea, Aug 26, 2011.

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    Yes, the OP has not been updated for quite a while. I'm sure there's fresher links towards the end of this thread, and the Rootz thread gets a bit more traffic. Anyway, here's some links. I personally recommend Nis' builds as he adds in a few things beyond the official CM7. Nis is due for a refresh, but you're still not missing anything crucial vs official.
     
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    Thats pretty crazy, thank you. I thought support for the Droid 2 was cut off completely since we have the Droid 4 out now.
     
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    This link is bad. I assume it's this file: Monster_2.3.2_4.5.153_updater_Rooted.zip

    I can't find it anywhere online, all the links are bad. I've found a torrent, but there's no seeders. Can anyone hook a brother up? Appreciate it.
     
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    If you really want to go back to Froyo, then VRZ_A955_2.3.20_1FF_01.sbf.gz here should do the trick. But going back to Froyo & then accepting the latest OTA update is no longer necessary (or recommended). Going back to Froyo was only required because we had no 2.3.3 GB SBF file. The same link I provided also has the recommended 2.3.3 GB SBF if needed. 2.3.4 is not recommended since once it's flashed, you can not currently go back to prior releases & it just makes flashing custom ROMs more of a hassle. Of course, if you're already on Gingerbread, then there should be no need to SBF at all.

    Here's the latest iteration of this thread's ROM from July 19th, 2012. It's what I'm running & contains several tweaks & fixes that aren't in the official CM7.
     
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