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[Q] Installing CM11,Confused reading other threads

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26th March 2014, 09:18 AM   |  #1  
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I am having a Galaxy Tab P-1000 with stock 2.3.3 rooted and CWM installed
I want to install Cyanogen Mod 11 on it but I am confused
1.Do I need to install a kernel before flashing ROM and backup efs folder (how)
2.Steps to flash CM11 (if factory reset+wipe cache+dalvik then reply "yes")

Thanks!
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26th March 2014, 03:12 PM   |  #2  
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Originally Posted by mukul2259

I am having a Galaxy Tab P-1000 with stock 2.3.3 rooted and CWM installed
I want to install Cyanogen Mod 11 on it but I am confused
1.Do I need to install a kernel before flashing ROM and backup efs folder (how)
2.Steps to flash CM11 (if factory reset+wipe cache+dalvik then reply "yes")

Thanks!

To answer your questions, 1. No need to install a kernel first. You are rooted.
To back up efs folder use es file explorer from google play. Save the copy to the desktop computer. Flashing can erase this folder. It is extremly important.
2. Do a full wipe-- cache, dalvik, factory reset.
3. Follow the instructions in the roms op.

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26th March 2014, 04:40 PM   |  #3  
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Thanks @Deep Nox
Will install @terenceng's CM11 tomorrow
26th March 2014, 11:22 PM   |  #4  
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Thanks @Deep Nox
Will install @terenceng's CM11 tomorrow

I've been running terenceng's rom on my other tab. The rom runs very smoothly. Especially if you go to art. Just know there are a few bugs. Camera, video, gps and mobile data are not working. Just read the OP for specific device install instructions and follow them. You might have to flash the rom 3 times for it to work.

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27th March 2014, 06:35 AM   |  #5  
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Wait,what
Camera ,GPS and Video seems to be working I guess on P-1000
And for ART we have to resize cache partitions if I am not wrong
(Both for latest builds)
Are these working in latest official Cyanogen Nightlies
27th March 2014, 11:50 PM   |  #6  
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Originally Posted by mukul2259

Wait,what
Camera ,GPS and Video seems to be working I guess on P-1000
And for ART we have to resize cache partitions if I am not wrong
(Both for latest builds)
Are these working in latest official Cyanogen Nightlies

The camera and video can be worked around by downloading a app off google play. But, there will be no video out. FC. There is no GPS or data, due to the kernel being highly experimental. If you have the p1000 gsm version, i think you have to resize the cache partitions to flash the rom. Kit kat is too big for any Gapps to fit in. You have to resize to make room for both.
Check the OP for instructions.
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