Install ‘The Most Stable’ Unofficial CyanogenMod 7.2 for Samsung Galaxy Ace

Last updated on Apr 16 2012

The official CM7.2 has been confirmed & will release with global CM release schedule. Meanwhile you can install the official RC1 version on your cellphone. Though nightly build can be found here which is the latest version.

Note: There are many versions of CM available for download, but the one we have mentioned (CyanogenMod-7.2.0-by-FAT-KANG) is the most stable and complete.

Requirements:

  • Stock/Custom Rom with Android 2.3
  • ClockworkMod Recovery 5 | Tutorial

  1. Reboot into ClockWorkMod 5.
  2. Wipe data/factory reset.
  3. Don’t leave the recovery yet. Format /system
  4. Download CyanogenMod-7.2.0-by-FAT-KANG from the link given above & flash from CWM recovery.
  5. Download Google Apps from link above & flash from CWM recovery.
  6. Reboot & you’re done.

Note: If you have installed CM by vo-1, you didn’t need to wipe data/factory reset

  • All sensors work perfectly (all very good. Quick flips, etc.).
  • New style circles (lockscreen)
  • ADB Wifi
  • You can change the name of the operator
  • Service mode
  • cm_kernel_tw (kernel crossed 4pda.ru user gorolegov-th nucleus blackhawk with zImage-Mod v1.0 (2.6.35.7-perf-cl562111 ketut @ A0A110 # 1))
  • Improved camera

Not Working:
Nothing!

So try it out and let us know!

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31 thoughts on “Install ‘The Most Stable’ Unofficial CyanogenMod 7.2 for Samsung Galaxy Ace

  1. hi brother,
    I’m using Kernel version” 2.6.35.7-perf-cl562111 ketut @ ketut-lenovo # 1″ in this version we cant disable camera shutter sound. Has this problem been solved in this version?

  2. @Louis can you tell me which rom is stable and good enough for daily use
    does proximity sensor work on your phone with this rom???

  3. Amazing ROM and very stable…
    Only one problem, I can’t restore my messages and via TitaniumBackup. Can anyone help with restoring messages?
    Thank yo

  4. Indeed, it’s a stable release! I’m running it since today morning and the battery seems to be stabilized at 56%. Anyway, the GAPPS are working good, especially GMaps (I’m a heavy user of Google Maps)… I’ll post another comment tomorrow, after an entire day of usage.

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