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Default [ROM] [WIP] Nexus One ICS ROM Source SDK

You can download the ROM files from here: http://goo.gl/ETPsm

Sorry I haven't had the time to package it for CWM. Hoping somebody here can do that for me.

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Care to elaborate, whats working, whats not...

Thanks, looking forward for this.
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It should be everything included in this video

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dyPeT...e_gdata_player

Can't wait till someone compiles a ROM
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how do I apply the update, you have any doc?
 
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how do I apply the update, you have any doc?
Once someone compiles a ROM, it will be flashable via revovery.
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how do I apply the update, you have any doc?
If you don't know how to flash it, then it's best for you to not even try.

It's an ALPHA (or even before an alpha) made from SDK image ported (quickly) to the Nexus One.

This means a lot of things are not working, it's not stable and can not be used as "main rom".


Just wait, "usable" ICS roms will come but now it's just too soon.
 
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I asked him in a twitter. Here is answer:
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Too many things to list that's not working. Here's what's working: touchscreen, hard buttons, battery indicator, accelerometer.
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I ask, to see if there is any specific procedure, to work as many resources.
Unfortunately I do not know build a room, but, I try and install them, and if I can. Help improve.
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Looking for devs to help in modifying gralloc.qsd8k.so to work in ICS. Please post below if ou can help.
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The first problem is making a hwcomposer.qsdk8.so for Nexus One, this enables the hardware acceleration, needed for ICS.

I don't know, but I think it's actually possible without ICS source code
Just search for "hwcomposer android" on google
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