Jan 11, 2011

CyanogenMod6 Rom 2.2 Build76

New build 76 (11/01/2011)

ChangeLog:
- Fixes and improvements:http://review.cyanogenmod.com/#q,status:merged,n,z

BugsList -> http://www.androidpt.com/index.php?option=com_kunena&func=view&catid=96&id=87023&Itemid=30

Download: CyanogenMOD 6 Rom 2.2 Build 76 Update.zip

How to upgrade from Rom 2.1 to Rom 2.2:
1) Install the Oficial ROM 226D using the TOOLS (RUT or SUT)
2) Get the "RomManager" app from market or download here
3) In "RomManager" select "Flash ClockworkMod Recovery"
4) Select "Commtiva Z71" phone (compatible with Boston and clones)
5) Copy the rom cm_z71_full-xx.zip and the  Google Apps zip file to sdcard
6) In "RomManager" select "Install ROM from sdcard" and choose the Rom file
7) Select "Install ROM from sdcard" and choose the Google Apps zip file
8) Reboot in Recovery Mode (camera+vol up+power)
9) Wipe All phone data
10) You could enjoy Froyo :)

Thanks to CyanogenMod Developers Team!!

7 Comments:

erpintas said...

What is this?
Kermel Froyo the wearing of days without update

misko said...

No service on my Boston !!! bad 2D and 3D graphics !!! i dont know whats happen !!! NOT GOOD

ade said...

@misko : try to cook your own rom you dumb fuck!!
this one works just great,
ey misko? what is your phone actually? n*kia 3315 or what???

misko said...

ade my phone is ORANGE BOSTON no 3315 !!!i have APANDA A60 rom and thats work great but when i flash to cyanogen mod by rom manager, my phone is death...no service,no camera, no wifi...all boston is death late...cyanogen 7 to same!!! where is problem??? apanda optimus and CML roms work great but cyanogen mod not work...i dont understand..help me please

vf_5 said...

@misko : flash using SUT to Apanda 1.6 or official Boston_Eclair_ORO_226D.zip then folow the above instruction

ade said...

@misko, you must flash an official elair first before you flash this rom, there's a radio issues on apanda official..
try and report!

Roman said...

What for the autofocus function? (mentioned in changelog) From what I know none of these phones support the autofocus because of their persistant optics...

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