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[ROM/WIP][Unofficial] CyanogenMod 9 for TF101

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26th February 2012, 02:10 AM   |  #1  
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CyanogenMod 9 for TF101, compiled by daxtsu and whitekidney, device and vendor trees authored by the kind folks over at http://androidroot.mobi/ . We did not program CM9, or the vendor/device trees for the TF101. We're standing on the shoulders of giants here. However, we're going to try and improve certain things as time goes on, so hopefully we can contribute to it.

Build date: 25th Feb 2012

System:
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Cyanogenmod 9.0.0-RC0-tf101-KANG IML74K
Stock Kernel(2.6.39.4-00002-g2977a0d, android@Neptune#1)
Android 4.0.3

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Latest superuser & busybox
Pure CM9, no custom apps or wallpapers
Stock Kernel(2.6.39.4-00002-g2977a0d, android@Neptune#1)
No bloatware from ASUS

Working hardware:
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GPS
Bluetooth(tether not tested, it should work)
WiFi
3D acceleration
HW video acceleration
MicroSD(with a minor fix, see below)
Keyboard Dock(with minor bugs, see below)
USB ports on dock
Camera, both front and rear, and panarama mode doesn't hang

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MicroSD/USB sticks won't mount automatically without a small fix on first boot. We're working on a better fix.
Face unlock is enabled, but fails when trying to unlock(requires entering PIN).
Logcat of faceunlock: E/LockPatternKeyguardView( 167): Layout does not have faceLockAreaView and FaceLock is enabled
Onscreen touch keyboard pops up when docked, when tapping text boxes.
GPS might be slow to lock(it is for me).
Reboot to Recovery menu option doesn't work yet.
Dock battery level not detected
When plugged into a PC via USB, it shows it's charging, when it's really not.


Minor dock bugs:
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The following soft keys do NOT work as of yet:
Wifi, bluetooth, trackpad/touchpad, brightness down, brightness up, auto brightness, camera, settings, mute
The following hotkeys DO work:
browser, media playlist back, play/pause media, media playlist forward, volume down, volume up, lock

Install instructions:
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1. Download the cm9 zip.
2. Cache/Dalvik wipe recommended.
3. Flash it via CWM or Rogue XM.
4. Flash google apps.
5. Reboot into CM9 and enjoy ICS!

Download:
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ROM
CRC32: CF79A449
MD5: CDD4A310E79AFD3413FFB8E6CF3D673B
SHA-1: BCDB0918924FBC09C0337D017E04384C6CAB6DC8

Link: http://open.ge.tt/1/files/94oHK8E/0/blob?download
Mirror: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/31118/update...ANG-signed.zip

GAPPS
CRC32: A92554D1
MD5: 11B5763810EDB732379D39B6DF9CCBCF
SHA-1: A37DC9E46FBF64BBD5986E99AA435F44780CB1D4

Link: http://goo-inside.me/gapps/gapps-ics...224-signed.zip
Mirror: http://open.ge.tt/1/files/5yV0P8E/0/...inc=1&download
Short Link: http://tinyw.in/GFPi

Fix for MicroSD mount(for ADB):
adb shell
su
mkdir /Removable/MicroSD
mkdir /Removable/SD
mkdir /Removable/USBdisk1
mkdir /Removable/USBdisk2
Or open a terminal emulator app:
su
mkdir /Removable/MicroSD
mkdir /Removable/SD
mkdir /Removable/USBdisk1
mkdir /Removable/USBdisk2

then insert SD/MicroSD/USB stick again, it is now mounted at the proper location.

The source for AndroidRoot's vendor and device trees is located at https://github.com/AndroidRoot/

And the source code for CM9 is at https://github.com/CyanogenMod .

WK and I will probably open up our own github at some point as well, but for now, we haven't modified anything in the source, so there's nothing to share in that regard. Much like my last rom, we're building this ROM for the learning experience, so feedback is always welcome, but please keep "Thanks!" only posts out of this thread, that's what the thanks button is for. However, if you have additional comments to go after it, like "Thanks, but I have an issue, like blah blah blah...", that's fine. Thank you.
Last edited by daxtsu; 26th February 2012 at 04:33 AM.
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26th February 2012, 02:11 AM   |  #2  
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Note: Apps and widgets do not come preinstalled

Changelog
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RC1:
First build

Known Issues
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GPS might initialize slow
Minor dock issues
SDcard, USBdisk and SDreader on dock does not automatically mount, we believe we have found a fix, will be in next build.
Charging icon appears when you are plugged in via USB

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26th February 2012, 02:24 AM   |  #3  
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Very impressive. Massive props to the OP. But I won't be flashing these yet, since I'm waiting for a friend of mine to get back from vacation. And we're gonna flash both of our TFs !

p.s.: I'm Mreich in the irc

p.p.s.: It would be nice if you guys could implement 3G dongles support
26th February 2012, 02:27 AM   |  #4  
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I'll flash.

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26th February 2012, 02:32 AM   |  #5  
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THnx for this. Me too. What's the fix for the SD to show. Add the folder in removemavble.
26th February 2012, 02:41 AM   |  #6  
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THnx for this. Me too. What's the fix for the SD to show. Add the folder in removemavble.

Yeah. Like the first post says, make a folder named MicroSD in /Removable. It requires root, so use ES File Explorer(or other root explorer), ADB, or Terminal Emulator to do it. Any of those should work. Then just insert your microsd again.
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26th February 2012, 02:53 AM   |  #7  
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What is the weather/clock widget in the picture on the second post??
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26th February 2012, 02:59 AM   |  #8  
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Reboot to recovery isn't working, just reboots normally.
26th February 2012, 03:13 AM   |  #9  
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What is the weather/clock widget in the picture on the second post??

According to wk, it's HD widgets. He made the screenshots.

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Reboot to recovery isn't working, just reboots normally.

I forgot to add that to the list of bugs. Thanks for reminding me. It shouldn't be too hard to fix.
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26th February 2012, 03:25 AM   |  #10  
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Sweet, thanks for you hard work.

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