How To: Version 7.1.0 New Custom ROM CyanogenMod Download available as Release Candidate 1 . CyanogenMod 7.1 (Android 2.3.7 CM7.1) Installation will Supports almost on 30 new Android Devices , but can Install CM 7.1 Compatible with 68 Other Phones .
This How to Guide : Tutorial Helps you go through the CM 7.1 RC1 (Android 2.3.7) Installation Process fairly . From CyanogenMod Blog announced Officially of this Release Candidate 1 of CyanogenMod 7.1.0 Update , that has been released. CM 7.1 is based on Android 2.3.7 Gingerbread : Supports 28 new Devices which are here, that can seen below: with CM7.1 Android 2.3.7 Change Log HERE.
CM7.1 Supports 68 Android Devices:
CyanogenMod 7.1 on HTC : Supports HTC Desire S, HTC Incredible S, HTC Incredible 2
CM7.1 Supported Motorola Android Devices: Motorola Backflip (Motus),Motorola Cliq / Cliq XT, Motorola Defy, Motorola Droid 2,Motorola Droid X
Samsung Support CM7.1 RC1 Android Devices : Samsung Captivate,Samsung Fascinate,Samsung Mesmerize, Samsung Showcase, Samsung Vibrant,Samsung Galaxy S, Samsung Galaxy S2 (multiple carriers)
CyanogenMod 7.1 Supported Sony Ericsson – Sony Ericsson Xperia X8, Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini Pro, Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini,Sony Ericsson Xperia Mini,Sony Ericsson Xperia Mini Pro,Sony Ericsson Xperia Neo,Sony Ericsson Xperia Play,Sony Ericsson Xperia Ray,Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc
CM7.1 Stable Supported LG and Others : LG Optimus 2X and T-Mobile G2x, ZTE V9
All the New Devices, CyanogenMod 7.1 Includes a number of bug fixes and new Features, which those of you Flashing Nightly releases, already have been enjoying. The New Features on CM7.1 Includes:
* Bluetooth mouse support
* revoking app permissions
* camera touch-to-focus
* native screenshots in the power menu
* upgraded kernel and Android v2.3.7
How to Install CyanogenMod 7.1 on: Supported Devices with Android 2.3.7
Please Keep in Mind : this CM 7.1 Installation Proces s at your own risk, and we Grabi.org is not Responsible for any Loss of Data as a result of malfunctioning of your Ansroid Based Devices, when following this CyanogenMod 7.1 Installation Guide.
Important Note – First of all Rooted Android Device will be required for Install CyanogenMod 7.1 (CM 7.1) Android 2.3.7 on any Android Device. In Order to Root, here is a Guide on How to Root Android Phone by performing a simple Google Search.
* Important thing to note is You cannot Flash a Custom ROM like CM7.1 unless you are Rooted.
* Your Android Devices/Phones should have atleast 200MB of Free Space on your Phone Internal Memory or MicroSD Crad.
* Your Android Phone must Charge with Full Battery to atleast Entire processing. If Battery Runs out while Flashing process, will brick your Smartphone and Restoring it to original state can be very difficult, impossible in many cases.
Install CM 7.1 Android 2.3.7 Gingerbread on 68 Android Phones
Step 2 – Now Transfer the CM7.1.zip file to the Root (Parent Directory) of your Android Smartphone. You can also do this after Connecting your Phone via USB Cable.
Step 3 – When Transfered that .zip file, now Turn OFF your Device.
Step 4 – Using a specific combination of keys, you must now boot into ClockworkMod Recovery (CWM). This combination is different for different devices, so you’ll need to look it up on Google.
Step 5 – Using the volume up/down, home and back keys, navigate to backup and storage > backup. CWM will now take what is called a nandroid backup of your device which you can use later on if you wish to revert to current setup.
Step 6 – Once Backup Completyes, Scroll Down to mounts and Storage and Format/System and also Format/data and Format/Cache too.
“Similarly, go back to main menu and wipe data / factory reset.”
Step 7 – Here is the Step to Flash CM7.1 on Android Device/Phone.
* From the Main Mnu: Install zip from SDcard=>Choose Zip from SD Card=>(Name of the file you Downoaded in Step 1).
* Now CM7.1 Flashing will Continue Process
Step 8 – Once CyanogenMod 7.1 Flashing Completes, Reboot your Phone/Device from the Reboot System Option on CWM’s Main Menu.
Followed the steps correctly? Then your phone should now boot into a freshly baked Android 2.3.7 Gingerbread-based stable build of CyanogenMod 7.1. This was Tested on Samsung Galaxy S II and can confirm that it works absolutely fine! Via