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80 I put this tutorial together in an attempt to create the most complete and easy to follow guide for building a ROM from source. Including steps for adding apps to your build, changing toolchains and more... The entire guide uses a single Linux te...
42 Device Source As stated in the prerequisites you will need a device specific Device repo, Vendor repo, and Kernel repo. You can find links to them in the threads for your devices. Also take note of your device codename ie Nexus 4 is mako, Opti...
35 I put this tutorial together in an attempt to create the most complete and easy to follow guide for building a ROM from source. Including steps for adding apps to your build, changing toolchains and more... The entire guide uses a single Linux te...
24 Edit Source If you plan to edit the device/kernel repos for your phone you should either have used git clone to obtain your repos, or created forks of the repos to your own Github account to use in your local manifest. This way you can still d...
24 Preparing Source ROM specific setup instructions prior to building. All source should be downloaded already. All ROM setup is fairly similar, 1. You must add your device to the ROM's vendor repo(vendor/cm or vendor/aokp) This process is slightly ...