[ROM] CyanogenMod 7 for Hero CDMA :: V7.0.3 (6 May 2011)
Update: 5/6 - Version 7.0.3 was released last night. See the text below from the XDA thread to flash the ROM. If coming from a prior 7.x.x version you can just flash right over the existing ROM (backup before just in case) and no need to install the gapps file. If coming from a different ROM make sure to wipe/factory reset and format cache before installing.
Update:4/30 - This was posted on the front page, explains backup and restore for anyone wanting to understand it. It's a good read and worth the time. http://forum.androidcentral.com/incr...hing-roms.html
Update: 4/25 - Version 7.0.2 was released early this morning. You'll notice a bump to 7.0.2 as 7.0.1 was released late last night and had bugs. If you are currently using CM7 you should be able to flash right over the existing ROM. If coming from another ROM, then a full wipe is in order.
Update 3/15 - If anyone is interested in an alternative picture gallery, Quickpic () is a great alternative. The biggest issue with 3D Gallery is the rendering needed to view the pictures and often, the images take some time to load and the gallery becomes distorted when turned landscape. Follow the information posted on the XDA thread:
Last edited by srkmagnus; 06-15-2011 at 11:56 AM. Reason: fixed url. 4/10 - updated to reflect final release
One big improvement that I didn't realize until I read it over on XDA is that the Stock Camera App has been improved. In prior nightlies, maybe even the aosp build, the camera produced poor quality. It was corrected by using a third party app. But now the stock app is working fine and picture quality is where is needs to be
- 03-10-2011, 01:10 PM #3
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I will try and keep the first post updated with official releases. If there are bug fixes posted on the XDA thread I'll try and track those too.
- 03-14-2011, 01:04 PM #10
There are two versions of the ROM. One by Cyanogen and team, the other by aosp.
Cyanogen released rc2 (release candidate 2), which is deemed stable for daily use. He releases nightlies that are experimental and may cause stability issues. If a ROM is stable then it could be a rc x version.
Aosp release updates more often that are geared towards improving his ROM and is updated more often. That's not to say one is better than the other because it's newer. It's up to the end user to decide what's best for them.
It's confusing with all the stuff to learn and understand.
- 03-15-2011, 12:14 AM #12
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- 03-18-2011, 01:15 AM #19
So I've been running CM7 for nearly a week now. And all I can say is that I can't beleive that I didn't root my Hero sooner. For my eveyday use its amazing. I try and learn/discover something new each day. Thank again to all who still make ROMs for the hero. And those who help with the rooting and flashing of ROMs.
- 03-18-2011, 07:38 PM #20
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- 03-19-2011, 10:14 AM #22
The link from your first post doesn't work.
Where is this rom on this list?
I would really appreciate step by step instructions how to fix voicemail starting from here. I'm gpoing to reboot to Recovery and wipe everything
like in these instructions
First you need to wipe/format your phone, in clockwork recovery: Wipe data/factory reset, wipe cache partition. Under Partitions menu (or Mounts & Storage in 184.108.40.206) in recovery: Format boot, system, data, cache. Under advanced: wipe Dalvik Cache.
The link I provided for the voicemail fix takes you to the Wiki created for AOSP hero. You need to Nandroid (backup) your current setup, flash a 2.2 based ROM (Cyanogen and Aosp both provide such a ROM, look on XDA or Here for it), install the Voicemail App provided on the Wiki page, use Titanium Backup to backup the app and data for Voicemail, restore your backup ROM then restore the Voicemail app and data. That should get it working.
If you don't want to deal with the workaround, then I'd suggest flashing a 2.2 based ROM and install it straight onto that. You won't have to deal with the workarounds and your phone will still perform very well.
- 03-20-2011, 08:08 AM #25
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