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[ROM][WIP][AOKP] Android Open Kang Project Beta 26 for TF201[2/29/2012]

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29th February 2012, 07:53 AM   |  #1  
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What is this?
This is the AOKP-android open kang project compiled for the TF201. I have tested this and this flashes with no problem. This rom has waaaaaaaay more features then CM9. Like seriously... it has a option in Settings called Rom Control. You can read about it here: http://forum.aokp.co/

Disclaimer
I or PG are not responsible for what happens to your beautiful prime. So, please act with caution. I am 100% sure this works as I have tested it, however.... if if you dont know how to use adb, i suggest you stop reading right now and learn that first.

BEFORE YOU FLASH PLEASE READ
This rom has been shared for educational and entertainment purposes. Please dont flame, dont complain and please dont wine if you find something that doesn't work, this is why this is Work in Progress. Hopefully, it'll work 100% 1 day, and we of course have no ETA. So please do not ask. Maybe another dev can take a crack at it?



Who made this build? Compiled it?
This build was compiled by PlayfulGod. Please donate to him here: http://bit.ly/yeOD3T. Original work by AOKP. This is just a port for the tf201 and nothing more. Credit to AOKP. I have been given permission by PG to release it to the public. This rom comes with no support. However, you can stop by #asus-transformer on freenode and If i am around... I will gladly help. As the TF201 has been unlocked, i figured it would be beneficial to all android enthusiast to have more than 1 option for roms. That is why we are making this build available. Test it out and tell me what you think. Please expect bugs as this is a WIP. I will post screenshots soon.

What is not working?
Screen Rotation is only in portrait mode (Looking into Orientation Switch on market)
Not all options in the Rom Control work
LED Options
Reboots when pressing the Power Button to sleep the TFP
Screen won't turn off while closing the dock/tablet
MicroSD (Looks like there is a solution for CM9, will look into it)

I have noticed on a few occasions as some of these options are not working with the TF201, it will do a fastboot. So, please do not complain.

Instructions
Install like any other rom, however MAKE SURE you unmount SYSTEM and unmount STAGING.

1. Make sure you're on the latest CWM
2. MAKE A NANDROID
3. unmount system & staging
3. wipe data/factory reset in recovery
4. flash ROM
5. flash Gapps (if you want)
6. reboot

Remember, to make a backup of your current rom. Also make a backup of your boot.img, so if you do decide to go back to your rom you can flash the boot.img and you'll be back to normal.

How to backup your Boot.img? You can use ADB or Terminal Emulator
1. su (to make sure you have #)(if your in adb.... adb shell)
2. dd if=/dev/block/mmcblk0 of=/sdcard/boot.img bs=4096 skip=3968 count=2048

Wanna restore to what you had?? Heres how to do it right....

So you saw it, you like it, you can't wait till it completely works, but you wanna go back to what you had for now....

1. Make sure you have your boot.img backed up from the rom your going to restore.
2. Go to CWM and do the Restore
3. Once thats done, go to ADB and flash Boot img
4. adb shell & su (make sure you have #)
5. dd if=/sdcard/boot.img of=/dev/block/mmcblk0 seek=3968 bs=4096 count=2048
6. Exit & Reboot

Now you should be back exactly where you are now be4 you flash AOKP.

Download
AOKP for TF201 - Build 26 - http://goo.gl/2LOiO

Gapps - http://goo-inside.me/gapps/gapps-ics...224-signed.zip
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29th February 2012, 08:58 AM   |  #2  
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Awesome, thanks! Been waiting for this!

One thing: where's the Gapps download?

EDIT: Seems to reboot when you press the power button.
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29th February 2012, 09:46 AM   |  #3  
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Originally Posted by redbullcat

Awesome, thanks! Been waiting for this!

One thing: where's the Gapps download?

EDIT: Seems to reboot when you press the power button.

gapps-ics-20120224-signed.zip
29th February 2012, 10:28 AM   |  #4  
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Quote:
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gapps-ics-20120224-signed.zip

Yeah, I found them literally after I said that. Thanks
29th February 2012, 11:27 AM   |  #5  
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Yeah baby more roms! Thank you for this, you beat jermain to the punch with aokp but the more the merrier :)

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Woooo! Can't wait to install this thank you!
29th February 2012, 11:53 AM   |  #7  
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Yea, i had noticed that also. I completely forgot to mention it. It was 3 am when i posted this last night.

Updated post.
29th February 2012, 01:04 PM   |  #8  
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Is there some high-level comparison of AOKP vs. CM9 vs. Asus stock?

What is Kang and what is its relationship with Cyanogenmod? I've seen CM kernels that have kang in the name, but then also AOKP as a separate rom.

What specific features make Kang compelling for tablets? I've explored the Kang website a bit, but there's nothing that gives an overview of the purpose/goals of the project.
29th February 2012, 01:47 PM   |  #9  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by ragesoss

Is there some high-level comparison of AOKP vs. CM9 vs. Asus stock?

What is Kang and what is its relationship with Cyanogenmod? I've seen CM kernels that have kang in the name, but then also AOKP as a separate rom.

What specific features make Kang compelling for tablets? I've explored the Kang website a bit, but there's nothing that gives an overview of the purpose/goals of the project.

Kang is not the name of the rom, kang means built from someone elses code Eg, if someone takes the cm kernel source builds a kernel from it and releases it you could call that a kang.
The name of this rom is more of a joke I believe as it is "kanged" from source

sent from my Transformer Prime
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29th February 2012, 02:21 PM   |  #10  
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Unhappy No NTFS support ?
Hi, Firstly thanks for sharing the ROM. Installed over the Virtuous ROM (.15 v2) to play with and all installed ok, apps restored via TB, etc. but have found that my 32gb microsd card shows up as a Blank SD Card when inserted (I had to create the Removable subfolders first, as per http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...83&postcount=2), this read fine before on the stock roms and also on Virtuous. So guessing that the kernel used on this rom doesn't support NTFS ?
Any plans to get NTFS support included as 90% + of the HD films I have are way over 4gb
Last edited by CharlesW123; 29th February 2012 at 02:23 PM. Reason: Added link to external storage fix

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