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[ROM] [WIP] Unofficial CM12 for the p880

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9th November 2014, 07:17 PM   |  #1  
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Hey guys

I guess you already know the drill It's more-less the same as we did on CM11, but Adam77Root isn't actively developing for the device anymore and also Demetris isn't working on this project anymore. I am pretty busy lately myself, which is why you shouldn't expect any miracles soon.

Once again, you have several ways to get in touch with me/us:
  • You can use this thread (but keep it development related)
  • We have our own IRC channel on freenode, called #p880-dev
  • Use our github site
  • PM (even though the other ways are preferable)

We are of course still open source, and you can find the repos on our github:
Device tree
Kernel
Blobs
Any help is greatly appreciated, be it pre-alpha testing, or helping with actual development and fixing bugs. Feel free to make a pull request on github, and we will most likely merge it happily. If you're not that experienced in git, feel free to contact me about it.

If you want to use this sources/ROM as your base, you sure are allowed to, but please let us know about it before you release it and give credits.
That's all we're asking for.


I know you want to know the actual Status, so I try to always keep it updated in this OP:

Not working:
  • You tell me
Possibly more

Working:
Everything else
Now, the most important part:

Download
All builds can be found on my goo.im account HERE


If you like our work and all the time we spent in order to get it working, feel free to buy us a coke/beer/whatever by donating a litte bit


Special thanks go to: (names in no particular order)
@Daniel Kng
@fritzcola
@sunsettrack4
@thegrim11
@LGaljo
@alfsamsung
@Adam77Root
kingf1 from IRC

And last but not least, please keep this thread on topic! All OT posts will be deleted without further warnings!

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[ROM] [WIP] Unofficial CM12 for the p880, ROM for the LG Optimus 4X HD

Contributors
laufersteppenwolf, Adam77Root, sunsettrack4
Source Code: https://github.com/P880-dev/android_...3/tree/cm-12.0

ROM OS Version: 5.0.x Lollipop
ROM Kernel: Linux 3.1.x
Based On: CyanogenMod

Version Information
Status: Beta

Created 2014-11-09
Last Updated 2015-02-14
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9th November 2014, 07:18 PM   |  #2  
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I have used the following local_manifest:

Code:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<manifest>
    <!-- p880 specific stuff -->
    <project name="P880-dev/android_device_lge_p880" path="device/lge/p880" remote="github" revision="cm-12.0" />
    <project name="P880-dev/android_kernel_lge_x3" path="kernel/lge/x3" remote="github" revision="cm-12.0" />
    <project path="vendor/lge" name="P880-dev/proprietary_vendor_lge" revision="cm-12.0" />

    <remove-project path="device/asus/fugu" name="device/asus/fugu" groups="device,fugu" remote="aosp" revision="refs/tags/android-5.0.0_r2" />
    <remove-project path="device/asus/fugu-kernel" name="device/asus/fugu-kernel" groups="device,fugu" clone-depth="1" remote="aosp" revision="refs/tags/android-5.0.0_r2" />
    <remove-project path="device/asus/grouper" name="device/asus/grouper" groups="device,grouper" remote="aosp" revision="refs/tags/android-5.0.0_r2" />
    <remove-project path="device/asus/tilapia" name="device/asus/tilapia" groups="device,grouper" remote="aosp" revision="refs/tags/android-5.0.0_r2" />

    <remove-project path="device/htc/flounder" name="device/htc/flounder" groups="device,flounder" remote="aosp" revision="refs/tags/android-5.0.0_r2" />
    <remove-project path="device/htc/flounder-kernel" name="device/htc/flounder-kernel" groups="device,flounder" clone-depth="1" remote="aosp" revision="refs/tags/android-5.0.0_r2" />
    <remove-project path="device/moto/shamu" name="device/moto/shamu" groups="device,shamu" remote="aosp" revision="refs/tags/android-5.0.0_r2" />
    <remove-project path="device/moto/shamu-kernel" name="device/moto/shamu-kernel" groups="device,shamu" clone-depth="1" remote="aosp" revision="refs/tags/android-5.0.0_r2" />
    <remove-project path="device/samsung/manta" name="device/samsung/manta" groups="device,manta" remote="aosp" revision="refs/tags/android-5.0.0_r2" />
</manifest>
if you run into some errors, just remove the according "remove-project" line and you should be fine ;)
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11th November 2014, 10:02 AM   |  #3  
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Thank you @laufersteppenwolf, @Demetris for all your efforts! I'll build it later, and try to help you with logs and anything else i can do, as much as i can! Keep up, mates, brilliant job!
12th November 2014, 04:25 AM   |  #4  
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Thanks man! I will go download sources now!
12th November 2014, 05:54 AM   |  #5  
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SurfaceFlinger problem again...
SurfaceFlinger will initialize failed with our old blobs on the hacked framework native,and it will crash with n7 blobs as well.

edited:
n7 2012 factory image leaked.
http://dl.google.com/dl/android/aosp...y-93daa4d3.tgz
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Originally Posted by Tim_Pan

SurfaceFlinger problem again...
SurfaceFlinger will initialize failed with our old blobs on the hacked framework native,and it will crash with n7 blobs as well.

edited:
n7 2012 factory image leaked.
http://dl.google.com/dl/android/aosp...y-93daa4d3.tgz

SF issues should be gone, is you've got the latest sources. It was related to SELinux, which is why I completely killed it via kernel for now
Also, I highly doubt that you're gonna have much success using the stock blobs (which is why I'm not even gonna try)
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I wil try building when I get home
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If you could kindly upload the ZIP you would save me 8 hours of building on my i3 laptop. I know i need to rebuild it if i wanted to make any changes, but at least i might be able to fix a few things by only building a couple binaries and sideloading them instead of building the whole OS.
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If you could kindly upload the ZIP you would save me 8 hours of building on my i3 laptop. I know i need to rebuild it if i wanted to make any changes, but at least i might be able to fix a few things by only building a couple binaries and sideloading them instead of building the whole OS.

Yeah good idea.

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