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CM 10.2 for Canadian Optimus G (E973/E971)

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5th December 2012, 06:27 PM   |  #1  
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Hi, This is a continuation of the CM 10.1 nightlies thread. Things has been moving on and we are now at CM 10.2. I have been working with xboxfanj, houstonn and bbelos to bring you this. Again, this is based on mako with adapted change for optimus G. This time we are even more in sync with CAF (Code Aurora Forum).

What is working
Everything.

What is not working

You tell me.

Here are the repo needed for our devices :

https://github.com/TeamPlaceHolder

Of course, you have to be rooted, to have bootloader unlocked and a working recovery to flash this custom rom.

DO NOT FLASH NEXUS 4 KENEL MADE BY 3rd PARTY. THIS WILL MOSTLY PERMA BRICK YOUR DEVICE.

This is simply because people tend to use partition number and not by-name and our partition is different than nexus 4 ones. i.e. The rpm partition on our phone is the boot partition on nexus 4. So flashing a custom kernel will flash a boot.img in your rpm partition and then you are bricked. You have been warned.

Like usually, i can't be hold responsible if you damage your phone during any of the process described in this thread.

Thanks :

Thracky and houstonn who also works with me on this.

xplodwild
codeworkx
IOMonster
sk8erwitskil
faux123
dvhexer
Cyanogenmod Team

and a special thanks to shelnutt2 who shown me how to fix 3G
and juggie who found out the good file to change to get wifi working
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5th December 2012, 06:27 PM   |  #2  
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All the downloads will go here :

ribs.bbqdroid.org

Use geeb package

Gapps package :

http://goo.im/gapps

Modem :

There is a newer modem now available (From JB update. Houstonn and I extracted each of them and made flashable so you don't need to do the painful process of kdz only to get a new baseband)

MAKE SURE TO NOT FLASH KOREAN MODEM.

http://downloads.codefi.re/houstonn/lgog/modem
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How to intall that rom ?
This require you to have TWRP or CWM already installed on your device. I recommand the former. On our device, this mainly mean you have rooted your phone and unlocked the bootloader.

Apparently, it seems these instruction where not clear enough. So I'll try to make them dumbproof. If you are not following these instruction and it doesnt work, dont expect support. It's like buying a cake mix where you only need to add milk and call the company saying their product is bull****, you added water and only got a brick. To add to this metaphor, Asking if it's because you used CWM instead of twrp or reverse is like saying : Did it didnt work because i used a fork instead of a whip to mix it ?

To flash this rom, you have to be on older Bootloader. You can alternatively flash the bootloader i linked in this thread. Read the post carefully before you flash.
  1. Download file in the download section.
  2. Put the rom AND the gapps on your internal SDCard.
  3. Reboot into recovery.
  4. Flash CM rom.
  5. Flash Gapps package.
  6. DO A FACTORY RESET (EMPHASIS HERE)
  7. reboot into system
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5th December 2012, 06:39 PM   |  #4  
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Thos would work on the E971 from Rogers also? Im able to run ATT kernels and roms just like Telus E973, so i think it should be fine?
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Voted as Newsworhty Thread. Great work so far chadouming!
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Originally Posted by theMaDHakkeR

Thos would work on the E971 from Rogers also? Im able to run ATT kernels and roms just like Telus E973, so i think it should be fine?

I have not tested on E971 and can't test as i dont have one. If you want to test, make sure you have a backup.
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Just voicing my support, thanks for your hard work in getting the ball rolling.
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This is awesome news. Very exciting. Just a stupid question. Would the ics lockscreen.apk work on this jb build?

Thks

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This is awesome news. Very exciting. Just a stupid question. Would the ics lockscreen.apk work on this jb build?

Thks

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I don't think so, but I am not sure.

Sent from my Nexus 4 using xda premium
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Is there ANY WAY you can add to this the changes in faux123's Nexus 4 kernel (see here http://rootzwiki.com/topic/36722-ker.../#entry1032460) to reduce the horrible msm_hsic_host wakelock battery drain?

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