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[ROM]* Official CM7 for Atrix * Atrix CM Ba2tF RELEASED (11/3/2011)

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    [ROM]* Official CM7 for Atrix * Atrix CM Ba2tF RELEASED (11/3/2011)

    This Will be the Site for the CM7 Releases and Updates
    Beta Released
    As Always We will not be held responsible for ANYTHING involving your phone, by flashing this rom you accept the fact that no mater what catastrophic accident occurs, no matter how many kittens die, if natural disasters wreak havoc on your home land, EVEN IF THE "Dalai Lama" HIMSELF blames us for the mishap, we will not be held liable in any manner what so ever. You accept all risks associated with this rom by choosing to download the file end of story.
    What Is CyanogenMod:
    CyanogenMod is a free, community built distribution of Android 2.3.5 (Gingerbread) which greatly extends the capabilities of your phone.
    Warning: Not for new users, flash this build only if you know what you are doing !!!

    Atrix Dev Team:
    (Click for twitter names)Just The Stats:
    What Works:
    • Calls and SMS (2G/3G/H+)
    • Display
    • Touchscreen
    • Proximity Sensor
    • WiFi
    • Audio
    • USB
    • Bluetooth
    • GPS
    • Camera & Camcorder (many thanks defer!)
    • Dock support
    • Torch
    • Accelerometer, compass and other sensors.
    • Ability to swap sdcard and emmc mountpoints (New CM7 feature)
    • WiFi Hotspot / USB Tethering
    • 5-touch multitouch
    What Doesn’t Work:
    • Fingerprint sensor - Work in progress (not native to CM)
    • Webtop - Work in progress (not native to CM)
    Changelog:

    • Initial Beta Release
    EDIT: Updated for latest version 11/3/2011
    Latest version: Bs2tF
    Installation Instructions:
    Pre-Work:
    Before powering off the phone download the CM7 package and copy to internal SD Card
    Note: It is standard CyanogenMod practice to make the external SD Card the primary SD Card on the device. This means after 1st boot all your app folders and personal files will be stored on in the “emmc” folder and all files from your external memory card will now be in the “sdcard” folder.
    You can switch this around by going into
    Settings>CyanogenMod Settings>Application>Use Internal Storage


    Flashing Recovery:
    1. Download recovery from ROM Manager (Found in Market)
    2. Flash Clockwork Recovery
    3. Done


    Personal Data Backup:
    1. Make sure device is rooted
    2. Download “Titanium Backup” from the Android Market (Consider purchasing Pro version for more automated options)
    3. Open Titanium Backup, press menu key and go to “Batch”
    4. Go to Backup section and select “Backup all user apps”
    5. Allow process to finish


    Current ROM Backup:
    1. Reboot phone into CWM recovery (Power Button + Vol Down), press Vol Down until you see "Android Recovery" then press Vol Up to enter.
    2. Go to Backup & Restore and create a backup (this may take some time)


    Install CM7 Beta:
    1. While in Recovery install CM7 from internal storage
    2. After installation select Data Wipe/Factory Reset
    3. Then Wipe Cache Partition
    4. Reboot system now
    5. Watch awesome boot animation.

    Upgrading from earlier CM7:
    1. Download and push the ROM zip file to the sdcard.
    2. Reboot into recovery.
    3. Do a Backup to be safe!
    4. Install the ROM zip from sdcard (your Google apps will be backed up automatically).


    Personal Data Restore on CM7:
    1. Download “Titanium Backup” from the Android Market (Consider purchasing Pro version for more automated options)
    2. Open Titanium Backup, press menu key and go to “Batch”
    3. Go to Restore section and select “Restore missing apps with data” (note: under no circumstances should you restore system apps, this is the fastest way to get a soft-brick)
    4. If you only downloaded the free version you will have to click “Install” for each app as it restores
    5. Allow process to finish.


    Get Google Apps:
    There are no Google Apps bundled with CM ROMs, because Google asked Cyanogen to remove copyrighted apps. After flashing the rom, don't forget to flash Google Addon package if you want it. ROM Manager will allow you to flash it if you just go into it and after flashing the ClockworkMod recovery for Motorola Atrix, choose Download ROMs, and pick Google Apps.



    Or download and push the gapps zip for CM7 from Latest Version - CyanogenMod Wiki to the sdcard and flash it via ClockworkMod recovery.

    Latest Radio Images:
    Flash via Recovery
    AT&T .91
    Bell


    Going Back To Your Old ROM From CM7:
    1. Reboot phone into recovery (Power + Vol Up button)
    2. Once in recovery go to Backup & Restore
    3. Select Restore, then select the restore that is dated before you moved to CM7
    4. Allow time for restore, once complete reboot phone.

    Thank you to EVERYONE involved in helping with testing, coding, debugging and documenting! Enjoy!

    Copied from XDA Developers Forum, posted by t0bld.

    I did not develop this ROM, all credit goes to the Atrix Dev Team for porting this to the Atrix 4G.

    Last edited by carl_h; 11-03-2011 at 10:49 AM. Reason: Updated URL for latest version
    Currently Running:
    White Samsung Galaxy S2 Skyrocket - Stock ICS
    Atrix 4G - Dorian's RedPill (CM7) Hybrid.
    Nexus S - CyanogenMod 9
    Xperia Arc S
    - Stock ICS

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    I love CM7

    Sent from my MB860 using Tapatalk
    Rooted & Unlocked Motorola Atrix with CM7

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    Nice. CM7 will be my daily driver for a while now that the camera its truly, fully working.

    Sent from my MAtrix using Tapa.

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    Nice! I'm gonna wait for the fingerprint reader before I stay using this as my main rom, but I appreciate all the hard work the dev team is putting in to this!

    Sent from my MB860 using Tapatalk

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    that's cool.

    good to know more ROMs are working for the Atrix (actually saw people using atrix roms to port over to their verizon droid phones haha). Between this and MIUI, the Atrix will have the 2 biggest ROMs covered

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    Im assuming that once the fingerprint sensor and webtop have been fully integrated into CM7 and the last trailing bugs are worked out that they will be ready for the final release (coming out of beta). This is good that they are moving so fast... I really expected the beta stage to last a lot longer than it has... Due to the unique hardware the Atrix has, along with its truly unique version of Android (webtop and such).
    I'll be watching this, and hope it keeps moving as fast as it has been, if not faster! Thanks for the info Auxilium!!!

    If you need help, and I appear to be offline, shoot me a msg on Gtalk, or PM me and I'll respond as soon as I possibly can!!

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    Is the webtop going to be apart of cm7? I remember reading somewhere that one of the developers was going to try to work on it but wasn't sure if there was any progress or attempt at it. It would be pretty awesome though to see how cm7 runs with the webtop, especially once lapdocks become more affordable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmp90 View Post
    Is the webtop going to be apart of cm7? I remember reading somewhere that one of the developers was going to try to work on it but wasn't sure if there was any progress or attempt at it. It would be pretty awesome though to see how cm7 runs with the webtop, especially once lapdocks become more affordable.
    It's a work in progress.
    Currently Running:
    White Samsung Galaxy S2 Skyrocket - Stock ICS
    Atrix 4G - Dorian's RedPill (CM7) Hybrid.
    Nexus S - CyanogenMod 9
    Xperia Arc S
    - Stock ICS

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    Sounds like they feel pretty confident about landscape hdmi mirroring in the near future too! Sweet!

    You guys that have played around with the pre-betas - is the music glitching/stopping/restarting problem that we get with stock gingerbread addressed at all? i think I read it was a kernel problem, so I was just wondering if the problem still exists with cm7.

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    Webtop and Fingerprint scanner are not Android open source features, thus it will take longer for them to develop the apps properly.

    The prebeta versions ran great for me. I didn't keep PB3 on long due to the lack of camera, but I've been running PB4 for several days without problems. Just finished flashing the Beta version directly over the PB4 without wiping and everything restored perfectly (I did do backups just in case). I will give more info as I work with it.
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