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[DISCONTINUED] imilka's AOSP ICS v08 [IMM76D/4.0.4]

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By imilka, Retired Recognized Developer on 25th February 2012, 01:59 PM
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2nd April 2012, 08:15 AM |#4371  
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Any answer ?? I tried wipe & reflash but the same problem
After using ICS , I can't return to any GB ROM so pls I want a fix for this

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Go to download mode and flash stock firmware with pc odin. Should be ok.

If not

You might need to:
-Remove battery for a few seconds and load it back
-Go to recovery and clear cache, dalvick and data/factory reset

Flash stock again with PC ODIN + PIT + re-partition option
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2nd April 2012, 08:18 AM |#4372  
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Camera and Gallery Help
I would like to stay on this ROM, but I prefer the Samsung Camera & Gallery Apps. I was wondering if there is any way to switch them out. I've tried replacing the Camera & Gallery apks in System/app, but that didn't work. It doesn't recognize the apps as being installed and they disappear from my dock. Also, I just tried clicking on them to run a normal installation and it says install failed.

Anyone know how I can flash those APKs? Thanks!
2nd April 2012, 08:22 AM |#4373  
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I would like to stay on this ROM, but I prefer the Samsung Camera & Gallery Apps. I was wondering if there is any way to switch them out. I've tried replacing the Camera & Gallery apks in System/app, but that didn't work. It doesn't recognize the apps as being installed and they disappear from my dock. Also, I just tried clicking on them to run a normal installation and it says install failed.

Anyone know how I can flash those APKs? Thanks!

Answered billion of times.....You can not use this applications.They are framework dependent (tw framework ie samsung rom) and they can not ( or it is very very hard) imported
2nd April 2012, 08:22 AM |#4374  
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I am not able to play my music files, play music shows all file but didn't play it. Tried other players too, what could be the problem?

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2nd April 2012, 08:30 AM |#4375  
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In that case. Anyone know why gallery is showing so many blank photos?
2nd April 2012, 08:35 AM |#4376  
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To enable/disable Tablet mode i must use same file from version6 ?
2nd April 2012, 08:58 AM |#4377  
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For 3 hours of use in tablet mode i got 1 spontaneous reboot and 1 SOD. Radio LB2. Without Apex. ROM installed after CF (clean install with ful wipes).
2nd April 2012, 09:12 AM |#4378  
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To enable/disable Tablet mode i must use same file from version6 ?

There's an app called "AOSP Tweaker" which is linked from the OP that lets you change back and forth between tablet and phone modes. I just tried it and it's working for me. Thanks emptynick!

Here's a quote from the OP as it stands now...
Tweaker app - http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...64&postcount=1
I imagine the location of this app may change in the future so check the OP to be sure.
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This might be a stupid question, but is there a way to unlink the Ringtone volume from the Notification volume?
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So far as I've heard there isn't a way to change the notification and ringer volumes independently. Supposedly "they" changed something in Android 4, at least that's what some app in Play said in the description. Here's what I did as a workaround...

There are tons of apps in the Google Play Store that will let you edit MP3s and whatnot to turn them into ringtones/notification tones. Some will let you adjust the volume as well. Many of them have permissions that I don't agree with though. Here's one that did what I needed and doesn't ask to read my texts in the process...
https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...njulie.ringpod

Find your notification tone (or ringtone, whatever) in that app, click the lil' green down-arrow button, choose Edit, tap the speaker button, and turn the volume down (or up) with the big slider. Save as a new file (I added the suffix "quieter" to the file name) then go and choose the quieter file in the settings.

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I looked if someone had spoken of callrec but I found nothing ... is that this function is not possible on this rom or radio ?
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Sorry to only offer a tiny bit of help, but I do recall someone talking about that somewhere on this thread. Try searching some more. Maybe terms like "record call" or "record button" would help...

OK, OK, I found the post to which I was referring...
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...+#post23861123

YMMV, I haven't tried doing whatever that person said to do... I also imagine his post was made before v7 was released, perhaps things have changed? I dunno.
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2nd April 2012, 09:25 AM |#4379  
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any chance to have FM on this rom?
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any chance to have FM on this rom?

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2nd April 2012, 09:45 AM |#4381  
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I'm really loving this ROM but was a little saddened to see that there is no tablet mode for v07 yet. I was also pretty confused on what I needed to do in order to get this running at 160DPI (native tablet mode) perfectly without FC's and *with* working Calendar Syncing.

As a result I figured all of this out and wrote the following guide:

1.) Download the following and copy them to your internal SD:

- The original v07 ZIP - http://download.imilka.eu/
- Google ICS Apps - http://goo-inside.me/gapps/gapps-ics...317-signed.zip
- Download Phone FC Fix - http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...&postcount=256

2.) Reboot to CWM
3.) Factory Reset + Wipe Cache + Wipe Dalvik Cache
4.) Flash the v07 ZIP, Google ICS Apps, Phone FC Fix
5.) Reboot phone
6.) Download and Open "ROM Toolbox" (free version is fine) from "Play Store"
7.) Select "Performance" tab -> build.prop Tweaks -> LCD Density -> 160 -> Apply -> No (to the reboot prompt)
8.) Select "build.prop Editor" this time -> Tap the pencil icon (top corner) -> Add the following line:

ro.build.characteristics=tablet

(Now may also be a good time to change ro.product.locale.region so that you can see apps for your region - for me (UK) this would be "GB")

I believe those values are case sensitive too so be careful!

9.) Tap Save -> Menu button (hardware key) -> Reboot

Your Galaxy Note should now be running Android 4.0.4 in tablet mode with working phone.

This worked perfectly for me, though I use 200dpi not 160.

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