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[ROM][4.4.2][Official] Infamous Open Kang Project [N8013/N8000]

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17th February 2013, 03:35 PM   |  #11  
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Please do man. Thanks!
17th February 2013, 04:29 PM   |  #12  
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Re: [ROM][4.2.2] AOKP MR1 Kang Project
OK the n8000 build over night without any issues. Added the latest CM kernel and modules. Uploading now. I really need some people to test it and provide fee back as I dont own the n8000 and am unable to test it personally.

Also what do you n8013 guys think? Haven't heard any feed back yet. Thanks

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17th February 2013, 07:34 PM   |  #13  
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Installed in n8013...
Runs pretty fast and smooth..

Few bugs- More of a cosmetic issues

1. navigation bar - icons not shown in phone mod

2. Editing of the menu resulted in system ui error , needing a factory reset. All good since then

3 . When trying to change height of navigation bar and looks like device thinks portrait is landscape and vice versa

3.sliding brightness of taskbar does not seem to work

4. No icons show up in the notification bar in phablet mode . however fine in tablet mod

5. Also a direct link to gapps in first post would be great ( Not the modded one from OP)

Will report more later
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Re: [ROM][4.2.2] AOKP MR1 Kang Project
Works great! I'm rocking the tablet mode and I'm loving it..I think that's a first from other cm 10.1 ROMs! The only thing I can't find are the nav bar transparency settings but I see how implementing those might be a pita. Everything else seems to be working fine and as usual the AOKP rom controls are spot on. Don't worry I think people will come on board when the get tired of Samsung's tw nightmare and lack of customization. Keep up the good work man! Oh and Netflix still needs entropy's module fix if anyone uses it.

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17th February 2013, 09:12 PM   |  #15  
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The only two things that I miss are
1. Multiwindow - There was a talk about implementing cornerstone by cyanogen team, but looks like it was dropped as google was not happy with it.. Hopefully someone would re start the project

2. Samsung keyboard. Love the handwriting recognition engine in it.. But read somewhere that someone has port it.. Will have to find that out...
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Good deal. Thanks guys! I will look into the cosmetic issues and see if I can cherry pick anything for them. Since I ported these over there isn't a device maintainer as of yet so I might have to do thing more manually. Cornerstone would be awesome and something I might look into soon if this thing really takes off. I think Rob had it working pretty well on the tenderloin. @TexasRules777 do you also have a link to the Netflix fix?

Still waiting on some feed back on the n8000. Lmao don't even know if it boots but a few people have downloaded it so.
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Re: [ROM][4.2.2] AOKP MR1 Kang Project [20130217]
Absolutely.. http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2101525

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18th February 2013, 03:15 AM   |  #18  
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Superb job, OP. Been playing with the rom for two hours now. Solid, no major bugs encountered so far I can confirm the cosmetic bugs mentioned by aalupatti especially the nav bar ones. Not a problem for me, I usually disable the navbar and use gesture control so I can have fullscreen and thanks for bringing back tablet mode, I couldn't simply understand the common sense (or lack of) in cm10.1 roms putting both statusbar and navbar and taking up alot of screen real estate Just to let you know its working on the N8000.
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Hi Jamison904,

do you plan to build this for the N8010 too?

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Very nice, James. I finally got around to getting it installed and it's really good. First time running 4.2 on a tablet, so I'm excited about the multi user aspect. But side note, I didn't realize that root didn't apply to the non-primary users... That kinda sucks. lol

But ROM wise, well done.

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