Had a play over the weekend, it's definitely a problem with CM7 RC4, I upgraded to the nightly build and that worked but was slow and buggy, which is to be expected really. Ended up sticking PirateRum on it, which works really nicely and gives my phone that aaaaarrrrrrrr factor
Try doing thisAnyone else had problems downloading apps from the marketplace once the phone has been flashed? I put CM7RC4 on and now there are a bunch of apps that won't download, including Google Maps
Download CM7 and gapps-gb-20110307-signed.zip to your SD card root.
Backup your SD Card (just in case )
Boot into Recovery and do a backup.
wipe cache partition.
wipe data/factory reset
Choose - install zip from sdcard
choose zip from sdcard (and load CM7)
choose zip from sdcard (and loaded gapps-gb-20110307-signed.zip)
After reboot, when asked which GApps to install just chose Gmail and Google Maps and decline any offers to automagically restore apps.
See if Market works OK now.
Fixed it, needed to create a 512Mb ext2 partition as the last partition on the SD card with no swap partition. All working rather nicely now :-)
You should try one of the Sense 3.0 ROMS which are coming out now. I moved to one at the weekend on my Desire HD and it is a real improvoment on Sense 2.xx. I do love CM, but Gingerbread is no good with Contacts IMHO- whenever I open a contact I find it loses all but the most basic information. Sense enables a multitude of extra fields in Contacts which are not there in CM/ GB which makes organising my life a little easier.
so if 3.1 is finaly getting proxy its a fair bet that it will work its wayto phones horay (now just need asus to make my damned transformer lol)Enterprise support
Users can now configure an HTTP proxy for each connected Wi-Fi access point. This lets administrators work with users to set a proxy hostname, port, and any bypass subdomains. This proxy configuration is automatically used by the Browser when the Wi-Fi access point is connected, and may optionally be used by other apps. The proxy and IP configuration is now backed up and restored across system updates and resets.
To meet the needs of tablet users, the platform now allows a "encrypted storage card" device policy to be accepted on devices with emulated storage cards and encrypted primary storage.
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