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[ROM][S4][2012-07-28] CyanogenMod 10 Experimental [4.1.1 Jellybean][OBSOLETE]

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16th July 2012, 09:26 AM   |  #1  
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Now that xkonni's CM10 ROM is far ahead and has all the fixes included in this one, I would recommend everyone use that one instead:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1799139

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Cyanogen or anyone else on this forum is not responsible for bricked devices, dead SD cards, thermonuclear war, or you getting fired because the alarm app failed. Please do some research if you have any concerns about features included in the products you find here before flashing it! YOU are choosing to make these modifications, and if you point the finger at me for messing up your device, we will laugh at you. Your warranty will be void if you tamper with any part of your device / software.

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intervigilium, xkonni for ville repositories and source and most of the fixes
dastin1015 for building guide
CallMeVentus, BiteBlaze and everyone else who helped

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1. Download the zip file below and copy to your phone sdcard
2. Go into recovery and wipe all
3. Flash the zip
4. If you are having trouble booting, try flashing the boot image manually using fastboot

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2012-07-28
Download ROM md5: 246dbdef7178b9cf78642a300f7b82e1
Download Boot image md5: 6aff397c012c0db38b4417a1900c9ba1
Download Gapps


Changes

- Inherited most fixes from xkonni (thanks for the hard work): Data/network, calls, WiFi, Bluetooth, Audio
- Temporary headphones fix - it works, but not for calls, and if you boot up the phone with the headphones plugged it may not recognise them until you unplug and replug - still working on this - haven't tested yet on headset with mic - also headphones kills the mic for some reason
- Media scanner seems to work for most music apps/Gallery but can behave erratically
Known Issues
- Headphones fix doesn't work for calls
- YouTube rotate causes soft reboot
- Media scanner is erratic

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2012-07-17 - Initial Build - Download

What Works

- Recognises baseband
- HW graphics
- Auto rotate
- Sounds on speaker
- USB mass storage (strangely this works even though the phone itself cannot get into sd card)
- LED flash (torch app)
- GPS
- Most apps
What Doesn't Work
- Phone/network
- Can't seem to access sd card
- Root access
- Can't turn on WiFi
- Can't turn on Bluetooth
- Auto brightness
- Headphones
- Quite possibly everything else

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16th July 2012, 09:51 AM   |  #2  
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I'll be following this thread if needed i can test
16th July 2012, 11:49 AM   |  #4  
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I'll be looking at my build tonight. Of it struggles might use this. Cheers

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I'll be looking at my build tonight. Of it struggles might use this. Cheers

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I'm about to build mine.... hoping that it will work out good and boot
16th July 2012, 04:38 PM   |  #6  
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This is where the logcat freezes when booting up. Phone display shows white HTC screen.

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D/QMI_FW  (  222): QCSI: Sent[13]: 14 bytes to port 1024
D/QMI_FW  (  222): QCSI: xport_handle_event[13]
I/QCOMWIFI(  342): No Target Info
I/QCOMWIFI(  348): No Target Info
I/QCOMWIFI(  354): No Target Info
I/QCOMWIFI(  360): No Target Info
I/QCOMWIFI(  375): No Target Info
I/QCOMWIFI(  385): No Target Info
I/rmt_storage(  222): unblock rmt_storage client thread
D/QMI_FW  (  222): QCSI: QMI_CSI_RX: cntl_flag - 00, txn_id - 0001, msg_id - 000
3, msg_len - 002b
D/QMI_FW  (  222): QCSI: xport_handle_event[13]
I/rmt_storage(  222): rmt_storage fop(1): bytes transferred = 3145216
I/rmt_storage(  222): rmt_storage fop(1): bytes transferred = 512
D/QMI_FW  (  222): QCSI: QMI_CSI_TX: cntl_flag - 02, txn_id - 0001, msg_id - 000
3, msg_len - 0007
D/QMI_FW  (  222): QCSI: Sent[13]: 14 bytes to port 3072
D/QMI_FW  (  222): QCSI: Received REMOVE_CLIENT cmd for 00000000:0000000c
16th July 2012, 05:19 PM   |  #7  
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Was this built using intervigilium repos? He's got an ics branch and a jb one now which I'm super excited about. Idk maybe this will help your boot problem if you compiled with the ics branch.

https://github.com/intervigilium/and...vice_htc_ville
Take care.
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I'm about to build mine.... hoping that it will work out good and boot

Be sure that i will subscribe to your post too! u.u
16th July 2012, 05:45 PM   |  #9  
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Was this built using intervigilium repos? He's got an ics branch and a jb one now which I'm super excited about. Idk maybe this will help your boot problem if you compiled with the ics branch.

https://github.com/intervigilium/and...vice_htc_ville
Take care.

I compiled using both jellybean and the new jellybean-ril branches, no luck with either.
16th July 2012, 07:21 PM   |  #10  
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There is already jelly bean on galaxy S will it be soon on htc one s?

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