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TelSC
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Re: Bootable CM7 on 2GB or Higher microSD

There's no new info here. XDA has had a guide for creating a bootable CM7 disk posted for a long time.

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Succulent
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Re: Bootable CM7 on 2GB or Higher microSD

"There's no new info here. XDA has had a guide for creating a bootable CM7 disk posted for a long time."

 

That's not entirely correct.

 

While Team-B did provide an img for CM7 on sdcard, I am providing a CM7 rom that's flashable for any size sdcard 2GB and up. You decide how much you want in each partition. Another thing, Team-B CM7 is outdated and haven't got up for a long time. I am providing an updated CM7 with proper source. It's your choosing.

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Re: Bootable CM7 on 2GB or Higher microSD

Fairly easy process and it works well. Thanks and I hope you keep working on it.
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TelSC
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Re: Bootable CM7 on 2GB or Higher microSD

Just a re-packaging of work that others have already done....I'll pass.

 

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Re: Bootable CM7 on 2GB or Higher microSD

"Just a re-packaging of work that others have already done....I'll pass." I find that very disrepectful. Go to the Team-B CM7 page, you'll see my name in the credit. Team-B asked me to join them, I'd decline. We both work on compiling CM7 at the same time. Negative attitudes like that is a put off to developers.
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Re: Bootable CM7 on 2GB or Higher microSD


Succulent wrote:

"There's no new info here. XDA has had a guide for creating a bootable CM7 disk posted for a long time."

 

That's not entirely correct.

 

While Team-B did provide an img for CM7 on sdcard, I am providing a CM7 rom that's flashable for any size sdcard 2GB and up. You decide how much you want in each partition. Another thing, Team-B CM7 is outdated and haven't got up for a long time. I am providing an updated CM7 with proper source. It's your choosing.


I am using an older version of Team B CM7.  Can you give a short description of the updates you have included?  I am assuming from your description that this would load on a 32GB or 64GB micro SD card.  I have enjoyed the Team B ROM.  I look forward to trying this.

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Re: Bootable CM7 on 2GB or Higher microSD

RC1 changelog,

  • Common: ICS telephony fix backports - Spencer Oliver

  • Common: ICS Transition effects backport - Russ Underhill

  • Common: ICS Rotation effects backport - Tanguy Pruvot

  • Common: Lockscreen updates and new styles - Andrew Sutherland, Danny Baumann, Danesh M, Sven Dawitz

  • Common: Fix color banding in Gallery while displaying 32bpp images - Sang Tae Park

  • Common: T9 predictive Phone dialer - Danesh M, Pawit Pornkitprasan

  • Common: ADB over network

  • Common: Updated translations - (everyone)

  • Common: Media player and recorder fixes for a number of corner cases - CAF, Danny Baumann

  • Common: Profile resets - Ladios Jonquil

  • Common: Assorted Wifi fixes

  • Common: Control haptic in quiet hours - Danesh M

  • Common: Bluetooth MAP support - Jonathan Bensen

  • Common: Support for Bluetooth GPS dongles - Cuong Bui

  • Common: Better support for mouse and usb keyboards - Emilio Lopez, Tanguy Pruvot

  • Common: Fix timezone detection in Hawaii - Warren Togami

  • Common: Allow photo storage selection when possible - Greg Kochaniak

  • Common: Improved Calendar reminder options - Danny Baumann

  • Common: Improved AVRCP 1.3 compatibility

  • Common: Improved external keyboard and mouse behaviour on some corner cases - Tanguy Pruvot

  • Common: Status bar battery icon configuration - Simon Davie

  • OMAP Common: Support for recent OMAP3/OMAP4 devices - omapzoom

 

It's too bad someone had to report abuse. I am provding something that you can do in a couple minutes for free instead of getting ripoff by N2A card. You can still google for it.