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[ROM]AOSP Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0.4 [9/09]

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21st August 2012, 08:36 PM   |  #1  
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I've been working on this for a while in lieu of AOKP.
Because, honestly, I didn't like working on AOKP.
I like working on something I had a hand in creating.

Anyway.
Use at your own risk.

This is pretty much straight up AOSP with a few things added hear and there to accommodate
our device.

Get it here.
Get gapps here.

Build 8-21-2012:
Initial Release.

Build 8-24-2012:
Rotation better (hopefully)
LoS better (hopefully)
Added Bluetooth MAP (needs testing)
WiMax going unknown on first try fixed (Thanks sbrissen!)

Build 9-05-2012:
Switched to AOSP hardware_ril from CM9 hardware_ril (Hopefully help with LoS)
Upstream kernel changes from sbrissen

Build 9-09-2012:
Buncha Telephony stack changes from CM
Newer SamsungCDMAv6RIL (Thanks UberPinguin!)
Pulled in some smdk4210 kernel changes from CM gerrit.
Switched to d710 naming convention.

Install Instructions:
Download it (duh :P)
Odin EL26 recovery, or a known safe ICS recovery.
Wipe Data/Factory Reset (I stress this. If you don't do this. I will laugh at you if you have problems.)
Flash rom.
Flash gapps.
????
Profit.

Battery life may vary.
The first full night I ran it I got 18 hours with 2 and a half hours screen on.

Known Issues:
- Occasional LoS. Doesn't affect everyone. Just toggle Airplane Mode.
- Camcorder effects cause FC
- 4g goes to "unknown" when first initialized. Turn on again it will work
- SU/Superuser are kinda wonky. Just "update" the SU binary.

Credit to sbrissen for being the man.
Credit to CM for a lot of there stuff I used to get this working.

Thanks to scarmon and slick_rick for testing.
Thanks to TeamSbrissenMod for overall awesomeness.

Enjoy.

Anyone from other forum that shall not be named. You kang my baby, you die.

Donate to me here.
Donate to sbrissen here.
Donate to CyanogenMod here.

Peep the git and shut up.
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21st August 2012, 08:39 PM   |  #2  
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Holy crap first can't wait

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21st August 2012, 08:41 PM   |  #3  
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O.M.G!

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will definitely keep an eye on this for the next couple of days before i switch from your aokp to this ... great job!
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I ran this for a long while and I can't tell you its nothing short of awesome.
21st August 2012, 09:18 PM   |  #7  
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gonna grab this sucker tonight when i get hoem from work. hope it runs good!
21st August 2012, 09:24 PM   |  #8  
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Bout time you released this lol. Trust me guys, it runs good and thats based off the 7/31 build I initially flashed. Nice work squashy

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21st August 2012, 09:34 PM   |  #9  
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I know stock AOSP doesn't have the quick toggles in the status bar. Is that true with this build?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by mjs2011

I know stock AOSP doesn't have the quick toggles in the status bar. Is that true with this build?

That's correct. This is the same as what you would get on a nexus

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