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[ROM] [ICS] Android Open Kang Project - GT-N7000 - build 40

31st May 2012, 04:22 PM   |  #1  
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Newest change logs are available at the AOKP site
  1. WARNING: If you are on a leaked ICS kernel, DO NOT FLASH THIS. Flash a known safe kernel from the sticky in the development section, then flash this.
  2. Make sure you're on the latest CWM
  3. MAKE A NANDROID
  4. wipe data/factory reset in recovery
  5. flash ROM
  6. flash Gapps
  7. reboot

Current build40 here
gapps: http://goo.im/gapps

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Check out the ROM source on github. Open source, in the spirit of community kangage.
Kernel source: https://github.com/CyanogenMod/andro...msung_smdk4210
Note: Some changes are still on their way through gerrit, so the N7000 will not be buildable via source yet.

If you'd like to help with AOKP, please don't hesitate to contact me. I'd love to get as many developers in on this as possible!


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Changelog:

Build 40
added hardware info in Settings > About
fixed DRM issues (including Hulu)
made lockscreen weather much prettier
fixed tablets
added NFC polling mode Settings > More > NFC polling mode
added NFC toggle
added Achromatic theme
updated Nova
fixed added custom WiFi SSID FC
always moar things!
Full change log available here
Right now, it does not have TWRP, and mount points are /sdcard as internal, and /emmc as external. If you want swapped mount points/TWRP, I'll get those up soon.
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31st May 2012, 04:23 PM   |  #3  
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Known Issues
Q/A

Q. Does this use a safe kernel?
A. Yes, at the moment it uses a pure CM kernel.

Q. How do I remove the pointer when using the S-Pen?
You can find info here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...&postcount=936

Q. Can I use the Thor kernel?
A. Only if you want to break your device.

Android (and the linux kernel that powers it) are open source. If linux and it's kernel were not open source, Android would not exist, or at least as we know it. If the Linux kernel was not protected by the GPL but Android was still open source, most of the development on this forum couldn't happen, including this kernel. Linux is based on openness, and the community participating and improving the code. I am a very strong believer in openness, I personally only work on open-source projects, because that's how things get better, new developers learn, and how great ROM's like AOKP and CM are born. Now, to the Thor kernel. The Thor kernel is not open-source. The GPL states that source must be provided upon request whenever a binary is distributed (the zip you flash for Thor is the binary). This isn't a suggestion, it's the law. The developer of the Thor kernel decided that he was too good, and would blatantly ignore the law. Even though his work would not be possible without the GPL in place, because there would be no Samsung kernel source for him to base his kernel off of. Also, you take his word that his kernel is safe. Nobody can confirm that without source. For all you know, his kernel could be collecting information on you (carrier IQ anyone?) Note: I am not saying that that is what is happening. I am however saying, that you do not know it isn't. Other kernels have peer review, other developers can see what's happening on open-source kernels. That is also why you do not see his work on XDA, because we require source to be posted. /rant

Q. Where can I find the latest builds and their md5's?
A. All of the N7000 files will be posted here, old and new.
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31st May 2012, 04:29 PM   |  #4  
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Thanks.

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31st May 2012, 04:33 PM   |  #5  
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Nice work! Pure Kang coming back to the Note is good news.

The CM9 kernel is not very good battery wise. Are there plans to support other kernels like Speedmod or Franco?

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wow, nice! THANK YOU! WIll try it out...does it use the cm9-kernel? or isnt any kernel included?
31st May 2012, 04:35 PM   |  #7  
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Nice! AOKP ROMs are always welcomed!

best of luck
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Wow, and really glad to see an official AOKP ROM for the Note. Thanks much for piecing this together for us!

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nice, one more good developer for note
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The kernel is stock CM9 at the moment. Last I checked neither speedmod nor franco were designed for AOSP ROM's, so no support for them yet. If that gets changed in the future, I will look at it.

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