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[ROM][4.4.4][F2FS/EXT4] AutoDroid 1.2

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31st May 2015, 05:50 PM |#1031  
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This is amazing, managed to get this working as: AutoDroid1.2 (Kangaroo Kernel 3.1.10) + (ALL-F2FS) + (Multiboot / kexec).

The rom has the kangeroo kernel from lostdeveloper built in with kexec-hardboot patch and f2fs patch already applied.

To get this working I had to revert back to TWRP 2.8.3.0 factory reset through wipe menu then format the system partition. then i installed the rom, gapps, supersu, and busybox through install zip menu, rebooted, then installed multirom app through google play. and rebooted.

everything seems to work fine, hope this helps anyone that needs it.

p.s. i would love to get the kernel from this rom with the patches applied as a seperate zip to try on other roms but the only thread i can find for the rom on xda is this one but hasnt been updated for a while and dosent have latest builds in zip format.
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23rd June 2015, 04:21 AM |#1032  
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Hi - strange issue here...no matter what I do, I can't get USB OTG to work in this rom, yet stickdroid can mount the USB fine. It is driving me crazy. I don't want to use stickdroid because I'm afraid it won't mount my easycap. Seems strange that it works but won't work normally. Thanks.

Edit - And it works perfectly with kanga-rom, same kernel installed (Kangaroo v2). Strange.
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24th June 2015, 12:47 PM |#1033  
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This is amazing, managed to get this working as: AutoDroid1.2 (Kangaroo Kernel 3.1.10) + (ALL-F2FS) + (Multiboot / kexec).

The rom has the kangeroo kernel from lostdeveloper built in with kexec-hardboot patch and f2fs patch already applied.

To get this working I had to revert back to TWRP 2.8.3.0 factory reset through wipe menu then format the system partition. then i installed the rom, gapps, supersu, and busybox through install zip menu, rebooted, then installed multirom app through google play. and rebooted.

everything seems to work fine, hope this helps anyone that needs it.

p.s. i would love to get the kernel from this rom with the patches applied as a seperate zip to try on other roms but the only thread i can find for the rom on xda is this one but hasnt been updated for a while and dosent have latest builds in zip format.

Confirm All-F2FS must to format with TWRP 2.8.3.0 (Grouper)TWRP 2.8.3.0

I'm using Tilapia device, no luck on newer TWRP version, rom work fine with ext4. when convert to F2FS it still on GOOGLE logo. this solve by format/convert partition with TWRP 2.8.3.0 (grouper). it will work fine.
24th June 2015, 01:05 PM |#1034  
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Are the USB hostmode bits working properly using Kangaroo kernel and this ROM?
26th June 2015, 11:41 AM |#1035  
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Are the USB hostmode bits working properly using Kangaroo kernel and this ROM?

Kangaroo kernel is already built in and yes usb hostmode works perfectly well. At least it did for me.
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28th June 2015, 05:17 AM |#1036  
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Kangaroo kernel is already built in and yes usb hostmode works perfectly well. At least it did for me.

That's on KitKat though, right? Is there a Lollipop kernel now with USB hostmode working as it should be?
28th June 2015, 09:50 AM |#1037  
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That's on KitKat though, right? Is there a Lollipop kernel now with USB hostmode working as it should be?

Well i cant tell you that. My nexus 7 broke down.. Thats the main reason i stopped development..
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28th June 2015, 10:15 AM |#1038  
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Oh. Sorry to hear that.
Thanks anyway. Sorry for bothering you.
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29th June 2015, 11:27 PM |#1039  
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There is no lollipop kernel that supports host-mode fast-charging for the Nexus 7 yet, at least not this version of the nexus 7. I think I saw a few for the newer N7.

That's the one thing holding us back from running these in-car installs with the host-mode charging running anything Android 5+. The audio routing bits are built-in to lollipop, I've already tested everything works for the USB hub, USB DAC and flash stick out of the box on lollipop, but the tablet will not charge while in host-mode due to lack of a kernel that supports OTG host-mode charging.

I think I actually used stick-mount though to mount the USB flash stick on lollipop.
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