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[ROM 5.0.2][golden][13-03-2015] CyanogenMod 12L S3 mini I8910/N/L (CM12L)

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[ROM 5.0.2][golden] CyanogenMod 12L S3 mini I8910/N/L (CM12L)

Last version 13-03-2015
Based on 12-03-2015
I use only stable releases of CM12

In the topic presented Cyanogenmod 12 which made by NovaFusion. But this is the firmware version Lite, so that the user can decide which programs he needed to use it. So you have less loaded system, more free RAM. Apps that you want to use, you will find below in the form of modules (later they will be replaced AROMA Installer) and will be available some ports of programs from other firmwares (like Samsung, Sony, HTC...). Updating will come when there will be a new version of firmware on the site novafusion.pl, and my specific update bug-fixes. Hope you enjoy it.


Attention Attention Attention !!!
I am not responsible for your actions, everything you do on your own risk. All fully tested and it works. Make a full backup of the system partition, data, EFS, modem, and all files in internal storage


Only for TWRP v2.8.0.0 or higher


If you like this ROM please rate 5 stars

How to install
1) Download the firmware, Gapps and software modules that you need;
2) Perform a wipe data/factory reset;
3) Perform a wipe of system partition;
4) Install rom;
5) Install Gapps;
5) Install modules;
6) Reboot and enjoy



Apps removed
/system/app folder
BasicDreams
Browser
Calendar
Camera
CMFileManager
CMWallpapers
Development
DocumentsUI
Eleven (music player)
Email
Exchange2
Galaxy4
AOSP Gallery
HoloSpiralWallpaper
HTMLViewer
KeyChain
LiveWallpapers
LiveWallpapersPicker
LockClock
NoiseField
PhaseBeam
PhotoPhase
PhotoTable
PicoTts (also removed /system/tts folder you can get it by module)
PrintSpooler
SoundRecorder
Stk
Term
VisualizationWallpapers
WhisperPush

/system/priv-app folder
BackupRestoreConfirmation
CalendarProvider
CellBroadcastReceiver
CMAccount
CMUpdater
CyanogenSetupWizard
SharedStorageBackup
Shell
ThemeChooser
ThemeProvider
VpnDialogs



Available modules:
1)Theme Manager (module available);
2)Email and Exchange (module available);
3)VPN (module available);
4)AOSP browser (module available);
5)CM music player, Gallery, Soung recorder (module available(Media));
6)PicoTTS (module available);
7)All Livewallpapers (module available);
8)Camera (module available);
9)CM File manager (module available);
10)AOSP Calendar (module available);
11)Development tools (module available);
12)LockClock (module available);
13)DocumentsUI (module available);
14)KeyChain (module available).


Soon there will be port of some Sony apps stay tuned to know more


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3rd March 2015, 07:34 PM |#2  
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If you want really lite version,delete next apps:
"app" folder
BasicDreams
CellBroadcastReceiver
CMWallpapers
Development
DocumentsUI
DSPManager
Email
Exchange2
Galaxy4
HoloSpiralWallpaper
KeyChain
LiveWallpapers
LiveWallpapersPicker
MagicSmokeWallpapers
NoiseField
PacProcessor
PhaseBeam
PhotoPhase
PhotoTable
PicoTts
PrintSpooler
Provision
SoundRecorder
Stk
Term
UserDictionaryProvider
VideoEditor
VisualizationWallpapers
VoicePlus
WhisperPush

"priv-app" folder
BackupRestoreConfirmation
CalendarProvider
CMUpdater
ProxyHandler
SharedStorageBackup
VoiceDialer
VpnDialogs
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3rd March 2015, 09:32 PM |#3  
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good job mate
i like cm 12 and i really like light roms
downloading..thanks
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4th March 2015, 11:36 AM |#4  
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Originally Posted by Chito$

If you want really lite version,delete next apps:
"app" folder
BasicDreams
CellBroadcastReceiver
CMWallpapers
Development
DocumentsUI
DSPManager
Email
Exchange2
Galaxy4
HoloSpiralWallpaper
KeyChain
LiveWallpapers
LiveWallpapersPicker
MagicSmokeWallpapers
NoiseField
PacProcessor
PhaseBeam
PhotoPhase
PhotoTable
PicoTts
PrintSpooler
Provision
SoundRecorder
Stk
Term
UserDictionaryProvider
VideoEditor
VisualizationWallpapers
VoicePlus
WhisperPush

"priv-app" folder
BackupRestoreConfirmation
CalendarProvider
CMUpdater
ProxyHandler
SharedStorageBackup
VoiceDialer
VpnDialogs

It`s removed. Sorry I didn`t say it
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7th March 2015, 03:07 AM |#5  
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I have flashed CM12 on my LG G2 phone, but have never used Samsung phone before. I just got a Samsung Galaxy S3 mini GT-I8190N (Android: 4.1.2; baseband: I8190NZCLL5; Kernel: 3.0.31-698136), and would like to try out this CM12 ROM. I never used Samsung phone before, so please don't beat me for the basic questions here.

I'm more comfortable with Unix system than Windows, and have heidmall 1.3.1 and adb installed on my Mac. Before flashing CMN12, first I need to flash custom recovery TWRP and gain root through flashing SuperSU in TWRP. Could you help me on the following questions? Which version of TWRP should I flash? Which is better? Is it safer to use an older version first, and then update the recovery with a newer version later in TWRP? Or should I just flash the most recent version TWRP?

Same question for the SuperSU version: does the version matter?

Thank you!
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I have flashed CM12 on my LG G2 phone, but have never used Samsung phone before. I just got a Samsung Galaxy S3 mini GT-I8190N (Android: 4.1.2; baseband: I8190NZCLL5; Kernel: 3.0.31-698136), and would like to try out this CM12 ROM. I never used Samsung phone before, so please don't beat me for the basic questions here.

I'm more comfortable with Unix system than Windows, and have heidmall 1.3.1 and adb installed on my Mac. Before flashing CMN12, first I need to flash custom recovery TWRP and gain root through flashing SuperSU in TWRP. Could you help me on the following questions? Which version of TWRP should I flash? Which is better? Is it safer to use an older version first, and then update the recovery with a newer version later in TWRP? Or should I just flash the most recent version TWRP?

Same question for the SuperSU version: does the version matter?

Thank you!


If you want to install this rom you need at first flash custom recovery TWRP v2.8.0.0 or higher (I recomend you v2.8.1.0 it's more stable). If you use Mac you will need to install JOdin and flash the recovery (I'll update thread later with link for TWRP). It's not matter how you install it you can flash older version of TWRP and by it flash newer or just flash the new version. If you want to flash this rom you don't need have root if the stock firmware you just need to download files that you need to flash (expl: ROM, Gapps and some modules like Media, Browser and PicoTTS).

If you have more questions ask me I'll answer.
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Originally Posted by bogdan8190

If you want to install this rom you need at first flash custom recovery TWRP v2.8.0.0 or higher (I recomend you v2.8.1.0 it's more stable). If you use Mac you will need to install JOdin and flash the recovery (I'll update thread later with link for TWRP). It's not matter how you install it you can flash older version of TWRP and by it flash newer or just flash the new version. If you want to flash this rom you don't need have root if the stock firmware you just need to download files that you need to flash (expl: ROM, Gapps and some modules like Media, Browser and PicoTTS).

If you have more questions ask me I'll answer.

Thanks a lot for the clarifications! I really appreciate it...

I never used JOdin. Can I flash TWRP with heidmall with a command line like the following:

heimdall flash --Kernel2 recovery.img

Is the following TWRP 2.8.1 OK?

https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=95747613655050496

Thanks again for your kind help. Looking forward to trying out your CM12...
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Thanks a lot for the clarifications! I really appreciate it...
I never used JOdin. Can I flash TWRP with heidmall with a command line like the following:
heimdall flash --Kernel2 recovery.img
Is the following TWRP 2.8.1 OK?
https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=95747613655050496
Thanks again for your kind help. Looking forward to trying out your CM12...

Actually I've never tried to put the recovery on the command line because I use Windows 8.1 and Odin so I think that JOdin all the same. Yes that TWRP is good and it is the last version. Also there fixet MTP.
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Actually I've never tried to put the recovery on the command line because I use Windows 8.1 and Odin so I think that JOdin all the same. Yes that TWRP is good and it is the last version. Also there fixet MTP.

This was the first time I used heimdall, and it was surprisingly simple and easy to install TWRP and gain root!

Flashing CM12 Lite S3 mini also went quite smoothly. So happy to see Lollipop on my S3 mini.

Thank you very much for walking me through the process and for providing the ROM, bogdan8190! Really appreciate it...
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This was the first time I used heimdall, and it was surprisingly simple and easy to install TWRP and gain root!

Flashing CM12 Lite S3 mini also went quite smoothly. So happy to see Lollipop on my S3 mini.

Thank you very much for walking me through the process and for providing the ROM, bogdan8190! Really appreciate it...

Your welcome
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