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[ROM][CWM]KhasMek Stock Deodexed plus! For Tab 10.1

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By Boushh, Retired Recognized Developer on 22nd June 2011, 02:54 AM
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As normal, it's not my fault if you fubar your tab by flashing this or if zombies come and speedhump your cat. You've been warned.

Well, hello there, some of you may know me from my vzwtab (7") work, but I'm sure most of you don't.

No matter, I just finished deodexing my framework and app folders, so I decided to share with you.

This isn't anything special, just you're stock system that's been deodexed, I did not remove any programs, there are really only three or so 'bloatware' apps on here, so I didn't bother.
If you would like to, just use root file explorer (or your preferred method) to remove them.

In addition to the stock items I have added pershoot's SU/Busybox/misc package (SOURCE) All credit goes to him for that.

If there's anything else, just let me know. I have tested this on my own rooted tab and everything seems to work fine and be stable.
If you notice any issues, please format/clear both Dalvik & normal Cache. It's probably the cause.

  • Deodexed flashable system
  • Pershoot's SU/Busybox/misc pacakage (nano, VIM, all kinds of other goodies)


06212011- r1 - Initial Release

Known Issues
  • You may have to go through and manually delete your odex's in /system/app/ and /system/framework/ but the apk's and jar's no longer call them. (I can't get the amend format command working right. if you want to tell me how, please!)

  • Reboot into CWM either via ROM Manager or via power off, volume down + power, volume down to CWM icon and volume up to select.
  • Select Install Zip from SD Card
  • Navigate to location of zip and select okay
  • Clear Cache and Dalvik Cache (in advanced)
  • Reboot
  • Make themes for me

Lastly, if you like my work, donate to me so I can donate money to devs that make my world easier (and therefore yours).
Last edited by Boushh; 22nd June 2011 at 03:05 AM.
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22nd June 2011, 03:32 AM |#2  
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awesome finally someone to break ground for the Samsung Galaxy tab! Thanks will try it out!
22nd June 2011, 05:40 AM |#3  
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Not sure if it matters but is this for retail or I/o version? Does it matter since it is basically the same tab?

For any ideas: maybe you could include a way for hulu to work without any work arounds? And maybe some lag fixes. Although that may be solved with a custom kernel.

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22nd June 2011, 07:03 AM |#4  
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Decided to test this on the retail version.

The only problem is that root is broken because there are two su binaries installed.

/system/bin/su - installed from file when you rooted the device.

/system/xbin/su - installed when you added [Tools] – SU/BusyBox/Misc – Galaxy Tab 10.1 (Update: 6/18/11).

To fix:
the /system/bin/su binary need to be removed.

Su does not work on the tablet with two su binaries installed.

Use adb to remove /system/bin/su
adb remount
adb shell
cd /system/bin
rm su

I tried running titanium backup prior to a reboot after removing /system/bin/su and it would not work. I uninstalled/reinstalled and it worked, but a reboot may have fixed the problem.

I manually deleted all the odex files - no problems so far. I will provide an update later if I have problems.


You can remove /system/bin/su when you update the image again.

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22nd June 2011, 07:33 AM |#5  
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Yeah, I just noticed that myself actually. Don't know why I didn't catch it before.

Anywho, I think I'll prolly push an update to this tomorrow after I write a script to remove the odex's. It was my initial thought, but I thought it would be easier to used the updater-script to do it, but looks like just writing an additional one will be best.

Glad the su thing didn't confuse you too much!
22nd June 2011, 08:21 AM |#6  
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Sweet thanks for this. Going to give it a whirl!
22nd June 2011, 03:18 PM |#7  
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I flashed the after flashing the Rom. Everying is working fine.

I didn't need to remove su from anywhere.


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22nd June 2011, 03:35 PM |#8  
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Same here

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22nd June 2011, 04:06 PM |#9  
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Any chance you can add a browser.apk that gives access to Google Labs?

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22nd June 2011, 04:25 PM |#10  
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Originally Posted by touchpro247

I flashed the after flashing the Rom. Everying is working fine.

I didn't need to remove su from anywhere.


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You will only have problems when you try to run an app that requires root (Root Explorer, Titanium backup....).
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