Samsung Ace [ROM][UNOFFICIAL] CyanogenMod 7.1-cooper-KANG-RC1 Android 2.3.7

ROM (for flashing from stock or other custom ROMs): cm-7.1.0-RC1-Cooper-KANG-10.10.11-Grif_07.zip

What new in RC1 build:
– full odexed ROM (more performance, more free space on data);
– new kernel from ketut;
– no more accidentally rejected calls by pressing “Back” button (function disabled);
– FM Radio app’s graphics bug fixed;
– GoogleApps updated to 28.08.2011 version (except Market);
– cifs.ko, tun.ko, zram.ko modules updated;
– lights.cooper.so lib updates;
– noise suppression in call enabled.

Fixes (flash from recovery):
cm-7.1.0-RC1-Fix1-12.10.11-Grif_07.zip
Fixed in cm-7.1.0-RC1-Fix1-12.10.11:
– fixed kernel from ketutwithout oc (if you want overclocking, you need reflesh oc-kernel);
– updated cifs.ko, tun.ko, zram.ko modules;
– 640×480 videorecording, better sound quality in video (thanks a lot to ya.AVG from 4pda.ru).

All info about CyanogenMod you can find here.

How to install:

  1. You need a stock or custom rom with Android 2.3.*
  2. You need ClockWorkMod4 or ClockWorkMod5 installed
  3. Copy cm-7.1.0-RC1-Cooper-KANG-10.10.11-Grif_07.zip on SDcard
  4. Reboot into ClockWorkMod, wipe data/factory resetIf you using BehradGH CyanoAce, you need format /system in CWM before flashing this rom .
  5. Flash cm-7.1.0-RC1-Cooper-KANG-10.10.11-Grif_07.zip from recovery
  6. Reboot your phone (first boot will take some time)
  7. Happy testing 

What is fixed:
– new kernel from ketut
– Superuser.apk and su latest beta version
– CWM Manager
– Better workaround solution for button lights and BLN
– camera fixed
– Video playback fixed
– Setup wizard fixed
– headset button now working
– FM Radio is working now! (libaudio sources kanged from psyke83)
– compass is working correctly now. All sensors works! GPS Status working correctly.
– Torch working, including from button widget (turn the LED flaslight from status bar)
– compcache and swap support, compatible tun and cifs modules included
– camera orientation bag in Beta2 fixed
– fix Build number to GWK74
– Fix headphone/headset audio routing (better sound quality in headphone/headset) from psyke83

Cyanogenmod 7 on the Samsung Galaxy Ace

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How To: Root the HTC Wildfire (Unrevoked Method)

I. Before You Begin

1. This is the easiest method available to root.

2. This method will also flash a custom recovery image so you can start flashing ROMs immediately.

3. On your computer, go to Start > Control Panel > Programs > and Uninstall HTC Sync if it is installed before you continue.

II. Root and Flash a Custom Recovery Image

1. Download the Unrevoked Rooting App

Unrevoked (Updated 09.20.10)

2. Double click the Unrevoked program you downloaded. If using Windows, then click on the file that appears called Hboot Driver and follow it’s instructions to install the modified HBoot drivers OR click here and download the drivers and install them manually.

3. Once the drivers are successfully installed, double click the Reflash program to open it.

4. Once the driver is successfully installed, turn off the phone by taking out the battery and putting it back in. Then push power to turn it on and get it to the normal home screen.

5. On your computer, right click the Reflash file and run as administrator. It should open Unrevoked and say “waiting for device”.

6. On your phone, click Menu > Settings > Applications > Development > and make sure USB Debugging is checked ON.

7. Plug in your phone into your computer via usb cable.

8. It should automatically locate your phone that is plugged in and you can just follow the prompts to continue.

9. Done! You are rooted and have a custom recovery image!