Kuroikaze-Sosei II B3 Final
Build 1: Updated to 4.1.2 sources. Generally stock CM10. Everything works. I think.
RC1: Based on Black Bean AOSP sources now.
Sosei II B3 Final:
Die Hard launcher
init.d memory tweaks
time killer killer mod
maximum overdrive mod
FULL WIPE NO MATTER WHAT
Broken in RC1 -
Hardware Rotation Lock Switch (use software settings, it's more flexible anyways)
HDMI audio should now work (again)
Switchable UI (tab or phab UIs now)
In tab ui the clock is messing it's rear texture on the homescreen, ie its not black there, its wallpaper instead. Doesn't interfere with anything, just a glitch.
Huge thanks to justjackyl for testing this out for me and reporting back on issues.
Root and unlock your device, if you haven't, visit the All things Iconia A100 link in my sig, and read up. Then read again. Then proceed with rooting, unlocking, and installing a custom recovery.
I'm not going to note each recovery's method of installation, hopefully by now you guys know what to do in your recovery of choice.
Download the ROM to external SD
Download a current GApps package to your external SD card. Get one for JB, you can try a 4.2 package, but is as yet unsupported.
Reboot into recovery using whatever method you like:
-Power off then power on holding volume -
-Power menu>reboot>recovery if your ROM supports this
-App from the Play store reboot recovery
Full nandroid backup
Flash ROM (install from zip)
Flash appropriate GApps zip
Let system boot, allow up to 10 minutes for the GUI to come up from the boot animation
After the welcome setup wizard appears, let the tab sit for 10 minutes. Longer is fine.
Let sit 5 more minutes
Complete the setup wizard
Restore apps and whatever. Do not restore system apps and/or data
Restore user app data if you wish, but it may cause issues. If problems come up, factory reset and try again without restoring data.
Feel free to flash any kernel you want, but don't post about problems here until you use the kernel it came with first.
godmachine / linux society
das_webos_transformer / xbooow
The Team behind the AC!D audio engine
Plus more, I'm sure.