ace862

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  • Device Model
    Galaxy S II
  • CM Version
    CM7.1.0 - Nightly Builds
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    ClockworkMod

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  1. CM9

    Every time someone asks, "When?", it adds a month on to the time.
  2. CM7 noob

    If you have installed CM than you have been rooted as well. You should see an app called Superuser. That app controls which other apps get root access like Titanium backup, for example. Hope that eases your head some.
  3. When can we expect CM9?

    The best answer is when it's ready. You will never get an ETA and it's generally frowned upon to ask for one. We are all excited for CM9 but the devs get very annoyed if they have to keep answering when it's going to be ready. Patience is the name of the game.
  4. Have a look at this list - http://wiki.cyanogenmod.com/wiki/Samsung_Galaxy_S_II:_FAQ
  5. Gmail app not synching

    Have you tried clearing the cache and data from GMail?
  6. There is no voting system. For a phone to be supported there must be a developer who has the phone and is willing to put the work in on porting CM to it.
  7. nightly build bot...

    This was posted on Google+ today:
  8. No more Updates after #116?

    Chris Soyars posted this on Google+ today:
  9. To get Swype, go to the Swype website and register for the beta. I got it that way and it works perfectly. Cheers!
  10. Yes, you can just go and flash CM from recovery. I used CF-root when I rooted my SGS2. You will probably have to flash it twice in a row otherwise you may find yourself stuck on the boot screen with the yellow triangle. Remember to do a full wipe/cache/dalvik cache first. For which one to flash, you can use the 7.1-RC1 or the latest nightly, #116, also works pretty smoothly. Your internal sdcard should be alright, but if you have anything critical you may wish to back it up just to be safe. As well, to back up apps and such, I would suggest Titanium backup. If you want to go back to the stock rom for whatever reason, before you do your wipe and flash, make a nandroid backup. Actually, a nandroid is always a good idea before you flash something new anyway. After that, if you want to go back to the stock rom, just do a restore. The backups are saved with the time and date as the filename. Hope that helps some. Cheers!
  11. It's not a compatibility issue. Flashing CM will replace 2.3.3 and upgrade you to the most current version of Android which is 2.3.7.
  12. Generally, unless you have a flash, all photography in a dimly lit area will be dark, grainy and blurry. The reason it took a few seconds was because when its dark the exposure time needs to be longer in order to capture enough light. A long exposure time means a blurry picture. As a guide, any exposure longer than 1/60th of a second will show some bluriness due to camera shake. The longer the exposure, the worse it gets... unless you use a tripod. A flash will compensate somewhat for this but you need to be in close.
  13. Install CM7

    Follow the instructions in the wiki - http://wiki.cyanogen...ll_Update_Guide Before you do anything, read it, then read it again, and then read it a few more times. *EDIT* - Actually, I just noticed you have the Skyrocket. You need to start here first - http://wiki.cyanogenmod.com/wiki/Samsung_Galaxy_S_II:_FAQ See the status of your device listed at the bottom.
  14. Swype?

    Yes. *EDIT* Sorry, I'm not sure if can post the link. Go to the swype website and register for the beta.