ICECREAM SANDWICH on NOOK COLOR

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  1. idontknow

    idontknow Alternate ATF App Tester

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    Thank You Spider, I remember using Rico's setting after my first root but then, together with JP,I tried few different setting and its all part of a thread that I was actually trying to find but I didn't yet.

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    Can you flash it the same way as CM7 using Rom Manager? It there a link somewhere to the step by step instructions? I see where samiam is providing some downloads, just no sure how to go about it.
     
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    Yes, all instructions should be the same as for CM7 :)
     
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    I'm such a slacker, I can't believe I still haven't gotten around to testing this out. It is more the headache of juggling SD cards to get a free one to use than anything else.
     
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    Yes JP, you should have already started the thread: ( how to) bootable CM9 on SD!

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    Except that CM9 has issues and I can imagine how much headache that would cause... I can't get sound to work, why is there no Market, how come I can't connect to the internet... there is a reason CM9 isn't widely available and those who want it can find ways to get it (like you ;)).
     
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    I think you like this kind of headaches! :)


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    JP, what build did you use? I understand that 1-19-12 build seems to work okay. I noticed that samiam has along with Gapps a zip that has to do with sound, like "soundcard.zip?", maybe that fixes the sound issue. As far as the other problems, I don't know whether the network issues are fixed or not. I think I'm going to wait a little longer until Cyanogen releases something. I really want to try it though.:(
     
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    I went with CM9 "snekpeak2 fullobugs" and it has sound. Honestly everything seems to be working just fine. I did use samiam's Gapps file and boot animation fix. At the moment I am not seeing a reason to update to the latest nightly although I download yesterday's. ICS is awesome and the performance is great with how it is set up so far. I got around 1500 in Quadrant with what seems to be a built in OC up to 1.2GHz. So far battery life seems really good too. Definitely exciting stuff :)
     
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    That's great JP , did you try to install Netflix? .

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    I have installed it but haven't tried it. The biggest drawback right now is no Flash. I'll test netflix and see if it is working.
     
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    I installed Adobe flash player and only after that u tube started working.. Netflix doesn't though .

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    It lets me login and see the moives but it gets stuck at the loading screen when you try and play a movie. So it seems like it is close. The youtube app worked for me before installing Flash, which is how it should be. I tried installing Flash to see if the web would word (knowing full well that Flash isn't supported in CM9 yet) and no surprise that it didn't. Netflix probably has the same issue since I believe it requires flash.

    Honestly Apple had it right regarding Flash. While it is useful on the net now, it needs to go away. Seems silly to have to always be trying to get Flash to work with this or that. Just make everything HTML5. Come on internet get with it!
     

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