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[ROM] [ICS|MTD] [GSM/CDMA] AOKP SGT7 - Milestone #6 (19/09/2012)

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26th May 2012, 07:35 PM |#1711  
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Installed this ROM yesterday and so far I've got some issues with Mail and Google Maps which I'll hopefully resolve but its a great looking ROM so far and your work is appreciated to everyone involved :)

I wanted to understand how come the AOKP (http://forum.aokp.co/page/news) was on version #37 and we are on #36, Does it take a slight while to catch up?


Thanks for your help :)
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26th May 2012, 08:56 PM |#1712  
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I wanted to understand how come the AOKP (http://forum.aokp.co/page/news) was on version #37 and we are on #36, Does it take a slight while to catch up?

Thanks for your help :)

#37 is only for the p1C and NOT our p1
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26th May 2012, 09:03 PM |#1713  
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Quote:
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I wanted to understand how come the AOKP (http://forum.aokp.co/page/news) was on version #37 and we are on #36, Does it take a slight while to catch up?

Thanks for your help :)

If you just read the first line in introduction in the first post will understand.

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26th May 2012, 11:29 PM |#1714  
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( FYI ... comments below are mainly for our new users ... )

Since we are all AOKP enthusiasts and especially excited about the rom's stimpz0r graciously produces for our GSM SGT7's, I thought I'd share how I typically track the progress for stimpz0r, AOKP, & CM9 activities.

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SOURCE :: http://github.com/stimpz0r

stimpz0r:
stimpz0r's' github is a great way to track his progress - ie. see the "Public Activity" updates on the right side. If you use RSS, there's a feed you can subscribe to as well (very handy).

For me personally ... when I see a new Build# commited in stimpz0r / android_device_samsung_p1, I know he's getting close to testing, working out bugs, and eventually releasing a new build for us.
https://github.com/stimpz0r/android_...p1/commits/ics

Once stimpz0r's website is ready, I can only assume the process becomes even more transparent. So, there's a lot to be excited about with his builds!!

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so i noticed, their github is a good way to find out when they are approaching the next build (especially the vendor_aokp repo).

AOKP:
As stimpz0r advised, following AOKP's github commits for vendor_aokp will reveal when the next builds are ready.
https://github.com/AOKP/vendor_aokp/commits/ics

You can also track AOKP's gerrit to see which items are in Open or Merged status:
http://gerrit.sudoservers.com/#/q/statuspen,n,z
http://gerrit.sudoservers.com/#/q/status:merged,n,z

AOKP gerrit for vendor_aokp (Open, Merged):
http://gerrit.sudoservers.com/#/q/st...endor_aokp,n,z
http://gerrit.sudoservers.com/#/q/st...endor_aokp,n,z

Once AOKP anounces a build, the changelog gets posted in their News section:
http://forum.aokp.co/page/news

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THE SGT7 ICS/CM9 TE4M ::
>> check out their CM9 development forum --> HERE
>> check out their github --> https://github.com/sgt7

TE4M:
stimpz0r also provided links above to track TE4M's CM9 activities.

...............

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I wanted to understand how come the AOKP (http://forum.aokp.co/page/news) was on version #37 and we are on #36, Does it take a slight while to catch up?

If you took salahmed's advice to read the OP, you'll understand why stimpz0r forks components from both AOKP and CyanogenMod in his github. If you haven't yet, read through the first three posts in this thread, and you'll understand what stimpz0r's build is all about. Cheers.
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27th May 2012, 01:16 AM |#1715  
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yw dude,
Carrier name will only appear when data connection is available.

Thank again..for taking some time on me....cheers mate
27th May 2012, 01:33 PM |#1716  
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Sir can u give me latest link of I.c.s pls


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27th May 2012, 01:43 PM |#1717  
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You post this in every ics thread ?
You can just read post no.1 and read the part that says DOWNLOAD.

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If we had a thread moderator, we could get rid of all those first-post questions and first-post answers
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27th May 2012, 02:21 PM |#1719  
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Sir can u give me latest link of I.c.s pls


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Please learn to read, otherwise NO ONE will help you again.

WHY?

Because everyone is tired to anwser this type of questions.
God has given you a wonderfull gift... Reading and Understanding...

And yes, you can Read and Write, otherwise you don't have posted this question in more then one thread.

Also a pls can't help you in that, because the tired and normally very helpfull forum users.

BTW:
thanks for all the help, not for me but for all the others .....

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If we had a thread moderator, we could get rid of all those first-post questions and first-post answers

+1 for that...
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27th May 2012, 06:27 PM |#1720  
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i don't know a lot about these things. what is it that changes from overcome gb to a non-mtd aokp ics that requires going back to gb?

the reason for the ask is that i notice the pictures no longer load on the overcome site. which is a bit of a problem for me given i am not familiar with odin at all.

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i would also add that i first used odin and overcome when it first came out (v3 i think it was though i could well be wrong).

moved to v4 via CWM.

moved to the 1st ICS ROM via CWM. and the same to AOKP.

overcome seems quite windows specific. which is a bit problematic for me given i run linux.
28th May 2012, 09:07 AM |#1721  
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just an update to all you flash happy rom addicts out there (i know the feeling as i am one of you ), build #37 will be coming very soon, i am just ironing out a few bugs before i release it to make sure it runs smoothly!

Quote:
Originally Posted by yosup

( FYI ... comments below are mainly for our new users ... )

Since we are all AOKP enthusiasts and especially excited about the rom's stimpz0r graciously produces for our GSM SGT7's, I thought I'd share how I typically track the progress for stimpz0r, AOKP, & CM9 activities.


stimpz0r:
stimpz0r's' github is a great way to track his progress - ie. see the "Public Activity" updates on the right side. If you use RSS, there's a feed you can subscribe to as well (very handy).

For me personally ... when I see a new Build# commited in stimpz0r / android_device_samsung_p1, I know he's getting close to testing, working out bugs, and eventually releasing a new build for us.
https://github.com/stimpz0r/android_...p1/commits/ics

Once stimpz0r's website is ready, I can only assume the process becomes even more transparent. So, there's a lot to be excited about with his builds!!


AOKP:
As stimpz0r advised, following AOKP's github commits for vendor_aokp will reveal when the next builds are ready.
https://github.com/AOKP/vendor_aokp/commits/ics

You can also track AOKP's gerrit to see which items are in Open or Merged status:
http://gerrit.sudoservers.com/#/q/statuspen,n,z
http://gerrit.sudoservers.com/#/q/status:merged,n,z

AOKP gerrit for vendor_aokp (Open, Merged):
http://gerrit.sudoservers.com/#/q/st...endor_aokp,n,z
http://gerrit.sudoservers.com/#/q/st...endor_aokp,n,z

Once AOKP anounces a build, the changelog gets posted in their News section:
http://forum.aokp.co/page/news


TE4M:
stimpz0r also provided links above to track TE4M's CM9 activities.

...............


If you took salahmed's advice to read the OP, you'll understand why stimpz0r forks components from both AOKP and CyanogenMod in his github. If you haven't yet, read through the first three posts in this thread, and you'll understand what stimpz0r's build is all about. Cheers.

thank you yet again yosup for your excellent contributions to this thread, you and a few other people will be getting a special mention in the first posts for your dedication to answering people and keeping people up to date with what is going on regarding these builds.

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i don't know a lot about these things. what is it that changes from overcome gb to a non-mtd aokp ics that requires going back to gb?

the reason for the ask is that i notice the pictures no longer load on the overcome site. which is a bit of a problem for me given i am not familiar with odin at all.

---------- Post added at 07:27 PM ---------- Previous post was at 07:21 PM ----------

i would also add that i first used odin and overcome when it first came out (v3 i think it was though i could well be wrong).

moved to v4 via CWM.

moved to the 1st ICS ROM via CWM. and the same to AOKP.

overcome seems quite windows specific. which is a bit problematic for me given i run linux.

heimdall is the solution to your problem, but its not as easy with overcome to flash as it is with odin. infact, on my first restock after the first AOKP build that i did for MTD i had issues getting it to flash properly unless i used a specific version. i plan to include an edited and updated step by step instructions on the website once i have it going (for both odin/windows users, and linux/heimdall users).
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