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Samsung Galaxy Mini Gets ClockworkMod and RZ Recovery

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Users of the Samsung Galaxy Mini have had a lot of excitement. Not long ago, CyanogenMod9 was successfully ported to it and it’s also had CM7 for quite some time.

XDA Senior Member squadzone has kept the train rolling on the development for the Galaxy Mini with his simultaneous release of RZ Recovery and ClockworkMod Recovery. This gives users a more familiar recovery experience and makes the process of making back ups and flashing ROMs a little easier.

Both recoveries work perfectly fine, with the exception of the RZ Recovery being unable to read ClockworkMod backups. The feature list for the RZ Recovery is:

-=overclock settings=-
-=Arbitrary update.zip selection (with folders) (don’t have t

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Samsung Galaxy SL i9003 Receives MIUI Port Based on CM7

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In the spirit of the now passed holiday, XDA Senior Member fuss132 has brought the Samsung Galaxy SL i9003 a little post-Christmas magic in the form of a MIUI port.

The port is working pretty well, with a very short list of things not working so far and it’s still, as fuss132 puts it,

like 70% CM7 and 30% MIUI.

So it’s not a pure MIUI release just yet and it is still in the testing stage. If you happen to check it out, the known issues are:

GPS not working
Sometimes Kernel anic (Just remove Battery and reboot)
Tethering
Hot Spots
Some Miui Apps not working: Miui Stats, Miui Settings (so CM7 Settings included)
Video recording with Camera in very bad quality

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HTC Universal Gets Android ROM With CyanogenMod 7!

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If you are impressed with the HTC HD2 in terms of the developments that have been possible here at XDA, here’s another case of great development happening on legacy hardware. For those of you too young to remember HTC Universal-in 2005–was the first 3G device ever released with a VGA 3.5″ pivoting screen. It came originally with Windows Mobile 5.0.

Now thanks to the terrific efforts of XDA member notime2d8, and some other members involved, Android arrives with the CyanogenMod 7 for Universals with 128Mb (shame for those with 64Mb). According to Dev, everything is working except for the WiFi and the modem/phone functions.

Originally posted by notime2d8
New Test Build…

I just upload

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CyanogenMod 7 Hacked Onto Kindle Fire

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Many announcements have been occurring with the new work of Cyanogen team, even some versions of CM9 starting to pop out for the Nexus S and Galaxy S. But now we want to let you know about the latest CyanogenMod ROM 7 for the Kindle Fire; XDA member JackpotClavin posted a couple of images showing the Gingerbread-based ROM booted up on his 7-inch Kindle tablet, he is not giving the code for download yet because there are still a lot of bugs to work out.

With source code and root firmly in hand it was only a matter of time before someone got a custom ROM up and running on the Kindle Fire. Judging from the pictures it seems that WiFi is working but if you are not a power user we recommend waiting for something a little more polished . . . READ ON »

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First CM7 Touchpad Alpha Released, and More on HP’s GPL Violation

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Today is turning out to be a rollercoaster of news for the HP Touchpad.  Shortly after last night’s article on how HP installed Android on every Touchpad in order to load the component manufacturers’ drivers for testing hardware, the Cyanogenmod Touchpad team announced the first public release of their CM7 alpha.  It was over a month ago that the CM Touchpad team posted footage of Android’s first boot on the Touchpad.  The result came at a price of hundreds of hours of volunteered time and tireless effort on the part of the CM developers, and we have nothing but gratitude for everything they did.

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