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[ROM]AOKP Build 37[FE21 Kernel][OS 4.0.4]UPDATED 05/24/12

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24th February 2012, 02:59 PM   |  #1  
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AOKP ICS 4.0.4
This is a Port of AOKP, not built from source yet, but still awesome.
Thank you: AOKP Team, T.C.P., Sbrissen, marcusant, Calkulin


DISCLAIMER: Flash at your own risk. DO NOT USE AN ICS RECOVERY TO FLASH THIS ROM. It has been known to cause bricks. Not responsible for damage done to your device or the zombie apocolypse.

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I want to make sure this is clear, T.C.P. is the man that brought us AOKP. He is the sole developer here. I am just a simple man that likes to add the little stuff to help him out and provide support. So for the new folks or those that want to know, this started in the General section. I brought up AOKP and T.C.P. was on it in a flash and was kind enough to keep updates as the AOKP team updated their ROM. Eventually its popularity brought it over to the Dev section and here we are now. So please, be so kind as to throw this good man some bones for his hard work. He is having some issues with his dev machine at this time and any little bit will help so that he can get it fixed and keep us updated with this outstanding port. Thank you to all and Enjoy!

T.C.P. has become a victim of a brick. Please donate so that he continue his awesome work for us. Donate link is below. If it isnt working at any time, let me know.





Changelog:
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Updated to Build 37

Bugs:
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No 4g ( will be in next build fom source) - Fixed again. Build 32 04/16/12
MMS - wont receive ( easy fix but forgot to add it :/ ) - Fixed
Youtube - Green line and blue tint. Still works though. - Fixed
SD not recognized by gallery and music app. Thank you sbrissen
Data loss when transitioning from wifi to 3g. Thank you sbrissen
GPS file missing Added in 03/15/12
No camcorder - Not til source is available. - Appears there may be a work around. - Fixed
Video playback via browser not working. - Fixed
Theme chooser causes bootloop.

Install instructions.
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I always recommend a fresh install when moving to a new update. Once we have official release and recovery support, I will include an update instruction.

-Flash EL26 stock CWM kernel via the PDA option in ODIN/Mobile ODIN
-When phone begins reboot, Hold Power + Volume up until boots into recovery.
-Wipe data/factory, cache and dalvik cache
-Flash ROM
-Flash Gapps
-Reboot

Some reports state that it may need a second flash of the rom to get it to boot. So if your initial rom flash is really quick, flash the rom a second time, right after the initial flash.

Kernel - Optional
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Some are still having data loss. Its minimal but it may be kernel related. So as we get new leaked kernels, they will be posted here so people can try them.

FF02 - 06/06/12 - https://www.dropbox.com/s/rq3th7hpj1udb8e/zImage.tar
FE14 - 05/16/12 - http://bit.ly/IYNkB6 Mirror http://bit.ly/JwWqGV
FE10 - 05/15/12 - Download
FE07 - 05/08/12
FD26 - 04/29/12
FD24 - 04/25/12
FD19 - 04/22/12
FD16 - 04/18/12
FD10 - 04/12/12
FC18 - 03/20/12
FC22 - 03/23/12
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Mirror

Already on AOKP/Codename
-Flash EL26 stock CWM kernel via PDA option in ODIN/Mobile ODIN
-When phone begins reboot, Hold Power + Volume up until boots into recovery.
-Wipe cache and dalvik
-Flash an AOSP ICS Kernel
-Reboot

Fresh flash and want to include a kernel.
-Flash EL26 stock CWM kernel via PDA option in ODIN/Mobile ODIN
-When phone begins reboot, Hold Power + Volume up until boots into recovery.
-Wipe Data/Factory, Cache, Dalvik.
-Flash ROM
-Flash Gapps
-Wipe Cache and Dalvik again
-Flash Kernel
-Reboot

Back up and Restore
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To back up
-Odin EL26 kernel
-Hold Power + Volume Up when Galaxy SII boot logo comes up to boot into Recovery
-Back up
-Wipe Cache and Dalvik
-Flash an AOSP ICS Kernel
-Reboot

To Restore
-Odin EL26 kernel
-Hold Power + Volume Up when Galaxy SII boot logo comes up to boot into Recovery
-Wipe Data/Factory, Cache and Dalvik
-Restore nandroid
*If you are restoring a nandroid that you backed up via the above process, you will need to wipe cache and dalvik, then flash an AOSP ICS kernel or the ROM wont boot because it is backed up with the EL26 kernel. Then reboot.
*If you are restoring a Gingerbread ROM, just restore and reboot.

Previous Releases
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AOKP Build 36



Changelog:
Added lockscreen color changer
Added 'traditional' toggle layout [where the toggles are on the very top] (Stevepear426) -- find in RC > Statusbar General > Layout
Added AOSP lockscreen style (Whitehawkx)
Added extra volume slider options (Stevepear426, tmoskowite on gummy)
Added lockscreen calendar options (!!!) (sethyx)
Removed any trackball support the ROM had, was only throwing errors, not properly implemented
Improved brightness slider under toggles, doesn't jump anymore
Improved brightness slider (when sliding your finger across the statusbar if enabled). MUCH more responsive now
Added fast charge toggle for maguro/toro for kernels that support it (Zaphod-Beeble)
Added ability to set custom lockscreen image for targets. Click picture in RC to set.
Also increased size of custom lockscreen images to more match the normal icons
Improved
Including AppWidgetPicker to help organize widgets
Added digital clock widget to desk clock
battery bar should no longer disappear when in the navigation bar

AOKP Milestone 4


FC15 Kernel 03/19/12

DOWNLOAD Thank you Sbrissen

Already running AOKP/Codename
-Flash EL26 stock CWM kernel via ODIN/Mobile ODIN
-When phone begins reboot, Hold Power + Volume up until boots into recovery.
-Wipe cache and dalvik
-Flash FC15.zip
-Reboot

Build 27


Alpha 1


Remove On-screen Navigation buttons:
Go to ROM control - Power Menu Options - Enable Navigation Bar. Then hold down power button and enable or disable.

Tips & Tricks
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Disable Hard Keys - Thank you -EViL-KoNCEPTz-, swampgoblin
Make sure you enable the Nav Bar in Rom Control BEFORE you disable the Hard Keys
- Download ES File Explorer
- Go into ES File Exploerer settings and enable Root Explorer and Mount File System
- Locate file sec_keylayout.kl in /system/usr/keylayout
- Open it with ES text editor
- Delete the four lines of code and save. It will automatically create a back up of the file and will now be called sec_keylayout.kl.bak. If you want to re-enable, just delete sec_keylayout.kl and rename/remove the .bak from the back up file.
Currently the backlights have been turning themselves off anyway but if you want to make sure they stay off, go into system settings>display>custom backlight settings and enable Use custom. Then select edit other levels and make sure the buttons column are all 0. Save & apply.

Workaround to mount both SD locations on your PC. Use Multi Mount from the Play store. - Thank you Killaphatboy

Workaround for sd_external. - Thank you gershee
***FIX***
- Download/install DirectoryBind http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1410262
- Set up the source and target directories. (source: /emmc target: /sdcard/external_sd). save.
- Click on the little floppy disk on the left of the field you just added, it should turn green. this enables it!!!! don't skip this! it must be green for it to be enabled.
- Goto preferences and enable "Bind on boot"
profit. 
gallery and music now work.

It appears that you may have to rescan your media for this to work for some. If you are having problems with this working, try downloading Rescan Media in the market.

original post http://http://forum.xda-developers.c....php?t=1536568



Review Video:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_FX61lwZNsM
Thank you Qbking77
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I don't get it... the K is on the complete opposite side of the keyboard from the S.
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I don't get it... the K is on the complete opposite side of the keyboard from the S.

haha, AOKP and AOSP are two different things...
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I don't get it... the K is on the complete opposite side of the keyboard from the S.

If anyone else said that....
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AOKP, Stands for Android Open Kang Project. It's roms developed off of cm9 AOSP. Has their own personal touch to cm9 roms. Don't be rude if you don't know. Lol.

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Wasn't being rude, just cracking a joke

This iPhone must be making me stupid.... rofl
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I was gonna ask this yesterday! I was messing with my buddies nexus. aokp is tight! then I check the OG evo, its there too! popping up all over. so when is it our turn? anyone?
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Wasn't being rude, just cracking a joke

This iPhone must be making me stupid.... rofl

I figured, that's why I laughed.

But yeah, I guess I was just curious if it would be difficult once we had a good ics base to work with. Then again, I'm sure we would need approval from the devs for AOKP.

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Aokp its prolly one of the best roms on the nexus s 4g and it would be cool to see them here

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I don't get it... the K is on the complete opposite side of the keyboard from the S.

That was the most hilarious thing iv'e seen yet today. +1 to you. (no sarcasm)

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