Android 4.4.3 KitKat for acer liquid e2. Say thanks to @chrmhoffmann
for compiling the first ever CM11 for MT6589.
ORGINAL THREAD: cm11 wiko starway
Please press thanks on chrmhoffmann's thread, he really did an awesome job!
CyanogenMod is an aftermarket firmware for a number of cell phones based on the open-source Android operating system. It offers features not found in the official Android based firmwares of vendors.
- SIM1 for phone calls (incoming/outgoing) and SMS, data (2g, 3g)
- SIM2 is a WIP
- Audio (microphone - now also outside phone calls, loudspeaker, headphones)
- most sensors (auto brightness seems to be broken, but sensor works)
- Wifi (not wifi direct)
- GPS (no A-GPS yet nor EPO assist files, so the fix can take a bit)
- candy crush, facebook and twitter
- 2nd sim card is a WIP (see 2nd post how to play with it)
- hw composer
- camera for taking pictures (not video)
- auto brihtness
- usb tethering
- wifi tethering
What doesn't work:
- 2nd sim card 3G switch, Dual SIM is a WIP, not fully there yet
- re-enable after flightmode broken
- camera for "movies" does not work
- (hw) video en/decoding not enabled
- bluetooth not available
- FM radio not available
- A-GPS does not work, GPS works though but slowish
- rest of MTK specifics (what?)
update version:CM11 0.9 V370
Changelog CM11 0.9
- Torch (flashlight) enabled
- updated to latest CM (i.e. 4.4.4 as of June 28th)
old version: CM11 0.8 V370
Changelog CM11 0.8
- DualSIM fixes for some SIM cards (eg. SFR). Dual SIM still has some stability issues.
- Fligthmode fixes (still not 100% there, but at least doesn't hang anymore)
- approx. CM M7 (nightly from 15th of June)
Old version: CM11_07 V370
- auto brightness
- USB and WIFI tethering
- Better battery stats
- ffmpeg codecs
- kitkat 4.4.3 (sync'ed from CM)
old version cm11_06 v370
(download CM11 gapps)
Place the zip files in sdcard.
Reboot to recovery (Use TWRP
Wipe data/factory reset.
Wipe dalvik Cache.
Install rom and gapps.
nb: - use mx player + custom decode armv7 neon to play video
For bringing the first ever CM11 for an MT6589 device.