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By Tonio78r, Senior Member on 17th March 2014, 02:49 PM
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18th June 2016, 12:05 AM |#451  
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Originally Posted by Tom Mix

@derf elot
thank you 4 the CM11 build!
i am one of those sticking with KK because i dont see any advance
by LP or MM. may it bee the battery life or my quick-tiles or the quick unlock...

thanks i have found this topic, even by accident

post sciptum: where can i find the info about the difference between: twrp-3.0.2-1.img vs.twrp-3.0.2-1_cm11_test.img

Sorry for the late reply. Life's been very busy theses days, and now there's all this football to watch, too The "twrp-3.0.2-1_cm11_test.img" file was simply a test to see if decryption would work this way on cm11, too. Unfortunately, it doesn't. So if you are using encryption, I would recommend to stick with TWRP 2.8.7.0.

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Originally Posted by groggog

Hi!
I've been using the official CM11 for a long time, and the camera quality has annoyed me quite a bit. I'm really happy to see that others are updating CM11! I didn't even think about security holes...!

A big question for me is - does this include the original camera firmware, or a way to install it? Or is the Camera quality improved over official CM11?

Hi,

the camera is unchanged as compared to official CM11. I am only adding security patches. The exception being one patch to make the official Xposed work again due to some changes in CM source code.

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Hi guys,

new builds of both CM11 and CM12.1 - don't want to jump into the 'official' CM12.1 thread and too lazy to make a new one Changes include:
  • Google June 2016 security patches
  • fix for CVE-2016-2488 (kernel)
  • fix for CVE-2016-4482 (kernel)
  • fix for CVE-2016-4805 (kernel)
  • bunch more fixes, including some Google kernel patches...see my github for details

Github links:

CM11 kernel branch: https://github.com/derfelot/android_...4/tree/cm-11.0

CM12.1 kernel branch: https://github.com/derfelot/android_...4/tree/cm-12.1

Download link:

CM11: https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=24591000424940717

CM12.1: https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=24591000424940718

I haven't had the chance yet to check for CVE-2015-6616 in CM11. Could somebody please test this and let me know? If it's still vulnerable, I should have some time this weekend to take a look at it.

As always, if you come across any specific CVE that you think I might have missed, let me know and I'll see what I can do.

Cheers
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18th June 2016, 03:33 AM |#452  
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I haven't had the chance yet to check for CVE-2015-6616 in CM11. Could somebody please test this and let me know? If it's still vulnerable, I should have some time this weekend to take a look at it.
Cheers

Hi,
first thing to say: many thanks for the new build.
I installed it without any additional patches, everything seems ok.
Unfortunately VTS shows CVE-2015-6616 still to be there.

Regards

R.
18th June 2016, 05:22 PM |#453  
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OK, I checked everything twice again, and the patches are definitely merged.

I then checked the VTS github and, as I already suspected a month ago, there is indeed a problem with the detection of this CVE inside VTS.

See the commit here: https://github.com/AndroidVTS/androi...2124d24429c3c9

The patch is not merged yet, but I would expect new versions to be able to test it correctly.
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18th June 2016, 06:06 PM |#454  
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Anyone installed the CM12 built over the previous CM11 one with any unpleasant experience?
18th June 2016, 06:59 PM |#455  
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Anyone installed the CM12 built over the previous CM11 one with any unpleasant experience?

Never tried this. When moving between different Android versions, I always do a full wipe

For the CM11 people, since I had a bit of time, I built a VTS version containing the fixes for the CVE-2015-6616 detection. Feel free to have a try

Edit: The error you get for CVE-2016-0807 detection is completely normal, since it only concerns Android 6.0 and neither KK nor LP.
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