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Team EOS XOOM

ICS 4.0.4 Wingray MZ604

NIGHTLIES


Welcome to the evolution of TiamatXOOM.

With the AOSP release of Android 4.0 begins the next dawn of the Android operating system. And with this release comes Team EOS, the natural evolution of the TiamatXOOM development team.

It is the goal of Team EOS to develop and maintain the highest performing and most stable AOSP based rom for an array of platforms. The launching point for this development effort is the Motorola XOOM.

For the latest news on Team EOS Xoom releases make sure you follow @teameos on twitter and on IRC on Freenode in #xoom.

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NOTE: Team EOS, it’s members, friends, dogs, cats, and associates are in no way responsible for any loss of data or device functionality. Use this at your own risk!
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A quick note on Nightlies: NIGHTLIES ARE DEVELOPMENT BUILDS. They are automatically generated once every 24 hours and represent the compilation of the latest commits to the code repository. While every effort is made ensure that the commits that are accepted are stable and do not have a negative impact to the overall performance and function of the builds it is not possible to test every aspect of a commits impact to the overall repo prior to it’s inclusion in a given build. As a result it is entirely possible that instabilities may be introduced as a result of a given days commits. That is the nature of the nightly system, and the risk that is taken using the latest code changes to the project.

EOS Xoom is an AOSP based rom. It is developed and maintained by Team EOS and is the culmination of our own in house development efforts.

Team EOS Xoom Nightly builds: http://goo-inside.me/devs/teameos/ro...tlies/wingray/

G-Apps Package
Because this is an AOSP based rom Google Apps are not included in the base rom. To install Google Apps please flash the following package after installing the base rom:

Use the latest available gapps package available from http://goo.im/gapps

*Note - You will need to re-flash G-Apps after you flash an updated nightly build. You can do this before you reboot after the installation of a new nightly.
Also note that if you are coming from an earlier G-Apps package you will need to wipe prior to installation of this package in order to avoid FC issues.

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Current Known Issues:
This builds is only for the MZ604 Wingray (WiFi XOOM) It does not support data on any GSM or 3G only Xoom

Features:
Because these are nightly builds the included features are constantly evolving. Change logs are generally generated on a daily basis.
Change logs can be viewed at http://nightlies.teameos.org/changelogs/
For the most up to date and comprehensive listing of the changes included in this rom please visit http://review.teameos.org

Kernel:
Tiamat ICS Xoom kernel
Support for OC;Under/Overvolt
Governors: lagfree, interactive, conservative, ondemand, userspace, performance

Kernel Note: In compliance with GPL kernel source can be found at: http://git.tiamat-dev.com/tegra2/tiamat-xoom/

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Installation Notes:
These builds are designed to be installed from your favorite recovery (Solarnz R4c, Rogue, Clockwork)
Perform a full wipe (read Factory Reset) prior to installing this over ANY Honeycomb based rom (this includes all Tiamat roms)

Please note that due to fundamental changes Google has made to the way Android works there are certain issues that cannot be resolved without additional components from Google and the hardware manufacturers.

BUGS!
If you find strange or otherwise unexplained errors please report them here: https://bugs.teameos.org/ Please include logcats and as thorough a description of the issue and what lead up to the issue as possible. With out this we will be unable to track down these errors.

FEATURE REQUESTS!
We need YOU, yes YOU to help us build the best AOSP rom out there. Have an idea for a feature you want to see implemented then let us know!
Team EOS Feature Request

Changing the Stock Motorola Dual Core Boot Logo Splash Screen:
While not a necessary feature of the Team EOS ICS builds make sure you check out the Team EOS Motorola Xoom Boot splash utility in the Android Market:

EOS Motorola Xoom Boot Splash


Want to contribute to the Eos rom? Well you can!
Just follow http://teameos.org/?page_id=6 to checkout our source code, and information on how to submit changes for review.

Welcome to the XOOM evolved. Welcome to Team EOS.
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For the latest news on Team EOS Xoom releases make sure you follow @teameos on twitter and on IRC on Freenode in #xoom.

Please note that due to fundamental changes Google has made to the way Android works there are certain issues that cannot be resolved without additional components from Google and the hardware manufacturers.

Also a note on 3G/4G Xooms- You can infact flash and install this rom on 3G/4G xooms. You will not however be able to use the 3G/4G radio. There are new basebands that are needed in order for the 3G/4G radios to be able to communicate with the RIL and until these updated basebands are released we are in a holding pattern for radio connectivity.

Also there are sporadic reports of HDMI partly functioning. Full HDMI functionality is dependent on additional proprietary binaries that Google has not been able to release yet due to licensing issues.

Also, please note that while the current builds are proving to be very stable, and for users that do not use their cellular radio they can be used as a daily driver these are still nightly builds and are subject to constant development. If you find strange or otherwise unexplained errors logcats are greatly appreciated as it makes it much easier to track down issues.

Thank you all for your support!

*Updated G-Apps Package*
The developers working on CM9 have released an updated G-Apps package for 4.0.3 AOSP based builds
New version is 4.0.3 V8

A Special Thanks goes out to gpstar this G-Apps build

Download: http://www.multiupload.com/54DD4VIXZ6
MD5: 4a6a7543b025a17f9536eccc4e5afc17
*Note - Because of changes made to the G-Apps package a wipe will be required if installing this version of G-Apps over a previous G-Apps package in order to avoid FC issues. This version of G-Apps appears to address some of the communications issues that have been plaguing Google services on AOSP builds.

Bug Reporting:
As you test out the platform and you discover bugs please report them to:

https://bugs.teameos.org/

A couple of notes about bug reporting. If it is an application issue (IE a particular game generates FC errors) please do not report it. There is nothing that we can do about specific application issues.

If you do report an error please, Please, PLEASE include logcats showing the errors. It is often time difficult if not impossible to replicate errors and logcats make resolving issues much much easier. Please feel free to add the logcats as attachments to the bug report.

Changing the Stock Motorola Dual Core Boot Logo Splash Screen:
While not a necessary feature of the Team EOS ICS builds make sure you check out the Team EOS Motorola Xoom Boot splash utility in the Android Market:

Eos Motorola Xoom Boot Splash

Thank you again for your continued support of Team EOS!


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I can say from personal experience that this ICS Rom is working beautifully. Yes, there are a few bits missing but it's clear that this is taking the Xoom to another level, altogether.

Cudos to Team EOS for taking this step. I can't wait for the next nightly.
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Do we need to do a full wipe and reset if coming from razorbladex's rom?
 
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Do we need to do a full wipe and reset if coming from razorbladex's rom?
I didn't. Just wiped cache.
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Do we need to do a full wipe and reset if coming from razorbladex's rom?
Since I have no idea what rom that is the answer is yes. The only time you do not need a wipe is if you are coming from a factory OTA. Generally speaking all custom roms will require a wipe prior to install.


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Did you have to reflash gapps and also will the su root file from razorbladex's rom conflict with this rom because I'm supposing this comes with root I just wanted to know if the two root files would conflict?

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Since I have no idea what rom that is
That's the original Xoom ics rom posted a few days ago here on xda by member razorbladex.
 
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Again, since I have no way of knowing anything about razorbladex's ICS rom as I have never flashed it my inclination is to tell you to wipe first to ensure there are no residual or unforeseen conflicts. With that said, what you choose to do is up to you.

When you flash a new rom /system gets overwritten which includes the su binary so this is a non-issue. This build includes the latest changes to the su binary.

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Did you have to reflash gapps and also will the su root file from razorbladex's rom conflict with this rom because I'm supposing this comes with root I just wanted to know if the two root files would conflict?

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That's the original Xoom ics rom posted a few days ago here on xda by member razorbladex.


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That first part of my question was for okantomi, sorry I should have quoted him since he stated that he had flashed this over that rom.
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Do we need to do a full wipe and reset if coming from razorbladex's rom?
I didn't wipe anything coming from his rom, just flashed the rom then flashed gapps and everything is fine, really quick and smooth

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