Android CentralAs promised last week, fresh release candidate for the Android 2.3-based CyanogenMod 7.2 are starting to appear, bringing the popular custom firmware to a handful of new devices, while bringing the usual mix of software enhancements and bug fixes. A quick glance at the CyanogenMod download site reveals that CM7.2 RC2 builds are now available for a number of popular devices, including the LG Optimus Black, 2X and 3D, and a number of Galaxy S variants.

As the CM team mentioned in their status update last week, development of CM7 is scheduled to continue beyond version 7.3, even as many devices transition to the ICS-based CyanogenMod 9. New additions to the CM stable in version 7.2 RC2 include the HTC Status (aka ChaCha), HTC Wildfire S, LG Optimus Chic, Motorola Photon and Samsung Galaxy 5.

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CyanogenMod 7.2 RC2 builds starting to appear for some devices

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I just did this today, less than 2 hours ago. I flashed over the latest nightly, and it worked fine. Granted, i haven't really tested it out, but it seems like it should work fine...

I did this...

how to reflash

1-reboot into ClockworkMod
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4- wipe cache
5- wipe dalvik
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7- flash CM7 rc2 (APPLY ZIP FROM SD CARD)
8-flash Gapps
9- flash Convert2Ext4_no_data_limit_dalvik_moved.zip (mod that fixes a low storage bug in the INcredible)
10- flash Incredikernel 3/21 kernel (whose script also wipes cache & Dalvik)
12- reboot phone

hope this helps...