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(Last edited by lithid-cm; 28th September 2012 at 03:25 PM.)
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Default [AOSC] Android Open Source Compiler

Android Open Source Compiler
Build Android with a gui.
This project will be a continuous battle. Which is why I decided to not "package" this in terms of distro. I have written a make file and instructions on how to build this very easily. This way, you can't always get the latest code from either they master (unstable) branch or the Stable (stable) branch. Plus no harm in teaching you little bit of git.

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Lithid, thanks for your hard work man. I'll definitely be checking this out when I feel a little more comfortable doing things manually. I think this is an awesome project and just want you to know that I appreciate your help and involvement with android.
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id love to try both CMC and AOSC, but i use a yum based system. is there a way to get this to work on a yum based system, specifically fedora?
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here is my friends repos to set up custom device please tell how to set up device tree and device branch using this link
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is it me or is it just impossible to build AOKP for TMO S3??? can't build no matter what tutorial i try
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I like this project. And with your permission sir I would like to add AoCP to the modified aosp list.
Perhaps fork it to my Git and get it set up to Work with our source?

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Originally Posted by tr82691 View Post
is it me or is it just impossible to build AOKP for TMO S3??? can't build no matter what tutorial i try
Same here on the S2 for TMO. AOKP doesn't seem to be too friendly to noobs, at least in my case.

OT: Love the idea of this "tool". Going to give it a whirl.
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Oh yeah great

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