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CM7 Resources

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The objective of this page is to provide a unique place where every CM7 user (Galaxysmtd, captivatemtd, vibrantmtd) can find all resources for this spectacular ROM (modems, kernels and themes). Everyone can contribute to the construction of this page. So let's start guys!



By codeworkx: http://codeworkx.de/download/cyanogenmod/ (JPMJV6JVK Recommended by lippol94) 

radio-cm-7-GalaxyS-JVP-signed.zip (Recommended by lippol94)




  • Zach's KernelPlatypus | lippol94: "For battery saving maniacs, this kernel provides the best battery life without losing smoothness and reactivity"
  • Tk.Glitch's KernelGlitch | lippol94: "For extreme users, this kernel lets you easily reach highest frequencys to make you phone blazing fast! Wanna play complex games smoothly? This is the kernel for you!"
  • Nikademus' KernelFugumod for CM7 | lippol94: "Based on zach's work, this kernel is characterized by Tiny Preempt RCU which lets you improve you device's speed by 30% (Nikademus words) without touching OC/UV values. Definitivlely to try!"




(Add your themes!)


Comments (8)

zpon said

at 2:32 pm on Jun 20, 2011

This page contains a _lot_ of statements, e.g. who is recommending the radios? And who can we know zach's kernel saves battery? Stick to what we know for sure. Furthermore, codeworkx should be credited for the radios

Bork said

at 2:46 pm on Jun 20, 2011

I second zpon... i know that for some KC1 is very recommended... depends on your country and operator... maybe we can make a list for country and operator...

lippol94 said

at 2:48 pm on Jun 20, 2011

JVK and JPM _are_ recommended by codeworkx, read XDA thread and you'll see. The other two are sticked since most users agreed with this. I did it for more convenience.
Talking about zach's kernel it's KNOWN that saves more battery! It's built for that and everyone agrees with this. We know that for sure!
I'm gonna credit codeworkx right know, thanks for pointing it out.

zpon said

at 3:36 pm on Jun 20, 2011

If codeworkx has recommended the modems, I would suggest you link to post in which he does so.
I wasn't targeting zach's kernel, I just want something which supports the statement, again, like some links to post concerning this. The same goes for all the other kernels.
This is only to make the information more trustworthy.

sgscm7 said

at 3:42 pm on Jun 20, 2011

I would take that a bit further, and say that there is no place in this wiki for opinion, even one as knowledgeable as lippol's. Let us try to keep focused on reports about Nightlies, and confirmed facts about nightlies.

Having the links to kernels is a nice courtesy, but not the focus of the affair.

sgscm7 said

at 3:06 pm on Jun 20, 2011

rschenck here....and imho we need to keep our focus in this wiki. It is nice having links to files and what not, but the reason why I created this Wiki was to have a place where problems and fixes for each Nightly could be collected, having been entered by anyone in the community without being spread across a thread. The more other topics we add to this wiki, even when they are related, the more we clutter things up or confuse the issue.

sgscm7 said

at 3:09 pm on Jun 20, 2011

...I have given zpon Admin rights along with myself for adding members, but I would REALLY rather not restrict the ability to add pages and whatnot to Admin. However, no one should be adding pages unilaterally. If you feel you want to add a new page on the Wiki, send a PM to me or zpon and raise the issue and get some consensus first, ok?

Zatta said

at 4:10 pm on Jun 20, 2011

Agreed on keeping this wiki a fact-only thing. We can spread our opions about the quality of modems and kernels in different places. It's a matter of taste concerning kernels, modems and even gapps, wiki's taste like ordinairy water.

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