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Default [22/6][AOKP] ICS Lisbon for HTC Flyer 1.2 CODENAME REMEMBERTHIS




- Based on IceColdSandwich by LorDClockaN
- Latest AOKP version
- Compiled from source
- Android 4.0.4


- Front camera is not recognized
- YouTube HD doesn’t work (disable HD and it works fine)
- Pen doesn’t work and will cause a reboot
- Bluetooth hasn’t been implemented yet
- Screwed bootanimation sometimes
- You tell us?



Starting from 1.2, we mount storage devices the native ICS way. This means, your external MicroSD card will be mounted as /mnt/sdcard, and therefore recognized as the real SD-card. Your internal storage is used as External Multimedia Card, and is mounted on /mnt/emmc. File managers and Music and other applications should be able to utilize /mnt/emmc as well for usage, but not all applications can use it (e.g. Camera). If you want to use the internal storage as primary storage on /mnt/sdcard, and the external MicroSD as EMMC, you can flash InternalSD.zip to swap them around.

Also, USB host functionality is working now. Download StickMount from the Play Store, and use a USB-Y cable to hook it up as follows: use a microUSB to Female USB plug in your Flyer (they're 1$ on Chinese wholesale sites). Then, use a Y-cable to connect to that plug. The other male plug of the Y-cable has to be inserted in a power source (a PC, or a wall charger, I use the one that came with my Desire). The MicroUSB on the other site of the Y-cable is connected to a USB-hub. Hook the USB stick up to that hub, and reboot your Flyer. The hub should get powered, and StickMount should be able to mount the USB device. FAT/FAT32 works, NTFS should work though untested.

If you have a WiFi Flyer: download the WiFi-Flyer-Patch.zip down below here as well. and flash it on top of the ROM. It gets rid of the Cell Standby Battery Usage, which improves your battery life.

If you unlocked your device using HTCDev: download the HTCDev Bootimage for the version of the ROM you're using, and save it in the same folder as adb.exe and fastboot.exe on your computer. Then follow the guides below here.

If you can get in recovery:
Wipe Data/Factory Reset, Wipe Dalvik Cache, and flash the ROM. Then, on your PC, enter 'adb reboot bootloader' in the command prompt/terminal. Wait until you get in the bootloader, and enter 'fastboot erase cache'. And lastly, enter 'fastboot flash boot boot.img'. Then choose REBOOT in the bootloader on your Flyer, and enjoy ICS.

If you can't get in recovery because you used HTCDev and haven't flashed a custom recovery: turn off your Flyer. Then hold Volume Down and Power until you get in HBOOT. Wait about 20 seconds, and press POWER to enter FASTBOOT. On your PC, enter: 'fastboot erase cache', then enter 'fastboot flash recovery recovery.img'. Then choose the first option in the menu on your Flyer, and wait another 20 seconds, and choose RECOVERY. Then follow the procedure up here at 'If you can get in recovery'. The recovery.img for this can be found in this thread:
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If you are S-OFF using Revolutionary or any other method: you're fine. Flash the ROM, flash WiFi-Flyer-Patch.zip on top of it if you have a WiFi-only Flyer, and enjoy.


Version 1.2 - codename rememberthis

- Merged latest AOKP changes
- Microphone might be working, though untested (use e.g. SoundHound to test)
- Touch fling disabled, no afterscroll, but no jumpbacks either anymore

Version 1.1 - codename woohoocamera

- Back camera works now
- Brightness adjustment works now
- Updated kernel, contains new CPU governors

Version 1.0 – codename connected

- Initial release


WiFi Flyer Patch: download from our server!

InternalSD Patch: download from our server!

Version 1.2: ROM for Honeycomb HBOOT: download from our server!
Version 1.2 boot.img for HTCDev Unlocked: download from our server!


Version 1.1:
ROM for Honeycomb HBOOT: download from our server!
download from our Dev-Host account!
HTCDev unlocked people: you have to wait a bit longer until we have the new bootimage. By flashing the 1.0 bootimage, WiFi will be broken. Camera/brightness fix is implemented in the ROM itself, not the bootimage. Make a NANDROID, Wipe Dalvik Cache, flash the ROM, reboot. We haven't tested yet whether your old apps are still installed, so make a backup! If you applied flyermounts.sh on an earlier flash, you don't have to do it again!

Version 1.0:
ROM for Honeycomb HBOOT: download from our server!
download from our Dev-Host account!
download from Ioiwillioi's Dev-Host account!
download from Ioiwillioi's second Dev-Host account!

HTCDev Unlock Bootimage: downoad from our server

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If you have time, could you mirror the main ROM please? I don't know what the DL speed is in UK/USA, but here in the Netherlands we get about 300KB/s ;p
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If you have time, could you mirror the main ROM please? I don't know what the DL speed is in UK/USA, but here in the Netherlands we get about 300KB/s ;p
I am having probe with my FTP been trying to fix it, will a couple of links to dev host do I can have em ready in 10 mins, I knows it not ideal but takes strain off the main server upload speed around 2200kb/s

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"In before ‘but I don’t have a MicroSD laying around!’: get one. A 2GB card is just 5 bucks, I don’t think that’s worth the hassle to fix this in the ROM to switch mountpoints again."

Too bad, 21 GB is enough for me. I'll wait until some dev creates a rom that doesn't need this then.

Nice work though.

Edit; besides; you can show me a 32 GB (else it's just pointless) class 10 micro SD card for 5 euro's
 
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I am having probe with my FTP been trying to fix it, will a couple of links to dev host do I can have em ready in 10 mins, I knows it not ideal but takes strain off the main server

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We'll upload them to Dev-Host ourselves, thanks
I can have them there in 10 on a UK cluster

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If you have a WiFi Flyer: download the WiFi-Flyer-Patch.zip down below here as well. and flash it on top of the ROM. It gets rid of the Cell Standby Battery Usage, which improves your battery life.

If you unlocked your device using HTCDev: download the HTCDev Bootimage for the version of the ROM you're using, and save it in the same folder as adb.exe and fastboot.exe on your computer. Then follow the guides below here.

If you can get in recovery:
Wipe Data/Factory Reset, Wipe Dalvik Cache, and flash the ROM. Then, on your PC, enter 'adb reboot bootloader' in the command prompt/terminal. Wait until you get in the bootloader, and enter 'fastboot erase cache'. And lastly, enter 'fastboot flash boot boot.img'. Then choose REBOOT in the bootloader on your Flyer, and enjoy ICS.

If you are S-OFF using Revolutionary or any other method: you're fine. Flash the ROM, flash WiFi-Flyer-Patch.zip on top of it if you have a WiFi-only Flyer, and enjoy.
Quick question re: install. If I got to S-Off via Revolutionary, do I still need to do the adb reboot booloader etc steps, or can I install simply by wiping data and dalvik cache, then flashing the ROM (then the wifi patch)?

From reading your instructions above, it was not 100% clear to me whether the adb command lines were necessary for all installs, or if it was necessary only for installs where the device was unlocked via HTCDev.

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