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[ROM][Official]MyTouch4G Slide CyanogenMod 10 20130101 (Alpha 3) - 4.1.2

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4th November 2012, 01:43 AM   |  #1  
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CyanogenMod 10 is a free, community built distribution of Android 4.1.2 (Jelly Bean) which greatly extends the capabilities of your phone.

This is an alpha release, but you should find it stable for everyday use.

Code:
#include <std_disclaimer.h>
/*
 * Your warranty is now void.
 *
 * I am 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 this ROM
 * before flashing it! YOU are choosing to make these modifications, and if
 * you point the finger at me for messing up your device, I will laugh at you.
 */
This is an alpha, with most critical functionality working.

TeamDS is working on porting Jellybean to the HTC Doubleshot (CM10 in specific). We have a reasonably well working Alpha we would like to share with the community for testing. Feedback is appreciated. If a timely response is not found here, we can be located on Freenode in #teamds.



INSTRUCTIONS:
1. Unlock/root your device and install Clockwork Recovery via ROM Manager.
2. Do a Nandroid backup!
3. WIPE Data/Cache** (You can try to NOT WIPE, it works for me, but recommended wipe).
4. Install the ROM
5. Optionally install the Google Apps


HOW TO REPORT BUGS OR PROBLEMS?
- Was your problem a hard reboot? Get us the file "/proc/last_kmsg".
- Was your problem a soft reboot or a "boot loop"? Run "adb logcat" and get the full output.
- Pastebin links preferred.
- Join #TeamDS on Freenode to talk to us directly.

Direct download URL: http://www.jeago.com/doubleshot/cm-1...doubleshot.zip

20130101 build MD5: b661a782c6f2fed26f9c21f2af39f1de
(hosted by Jeagoss of CyanogenMod, thanks!)


You can find the latest CyanogenMod GAPPS CyanogenMod Wiki. Bottom of page, "CyanogenMod 10" GAPPS.

Thank you to EVERYONE involved in helping with testing, coding, debugging and documenting! Enjoy!


Alpha name explanation.
"Alpha 3" has all the features of Alpha 2 (kernel/device), but the camera works. Also, the vendor blobs have been reduced and some replaced for optimal performance.

"Alpha 2" was the rebased 'common' kernel, rebased device trees. It provided a 3.0.53 kernel. The camera locking was broken.

"Alpha 1" was with a "KANG" kernel that ultimately was not very clean and had a lot of issues to resolve. It was also older (3.0.36 compared to 3.0.53).


----- CHANGES -----
Build 20130101 -- Alpha 3
Changes:
- Kernel rebase found in Alpha 2
- Fixes to the camera preventing the locking issue. Camera should be solid again!
- Contains functional Alt/Shift key LEDS, working www./.com button
- Restructured 'blobs' files, such as mpdecision and htcbatt.
(I have found improved battery statistics and usability with the blob changes.)
Happy New Year!


Bugs
* Chrome and Panorama Camera PREVIEW continues to be a little glitchy graphically, I have been told this is a common MSM8660 issue. They both still work, but it's annoying visually.
* Please report your results, and if you can capture /proc/last_kmsg when it happens, it would be hugely appreciated!



Historical

Build 20121222 -- Alpha 2
Changes:
This build has a somewhat new kernel base, as it's from a more up to date AOSP source which tbalden used when he ported our v2.6 kernel to v3.0 earlier in the year. It is a work in progress, but complete enough to warrant a release and more testing.


Build 20121121 -- Second public alpha (V 1.01)
- Upstream CM10 changes. No other large changes of note from previous 20121103 build pertaining to Doubleshot.


Build 20121121 (Alpha 1):
- Jellybeans!!1
- Updated kernel base to v3.0.48.
- Updated keylayout. NEEDS MORE WORK.


Please note flashing someone else's kernel may ruin your experience with this rom and I advise against it. This rom was a joint effort between kornyone & tbalden. A LOT of core works for msm8660 was put in by many CM Team members, and much of our work is based on their: toastcfh, Kali-, Kmobs, Bumblebee, cretin45, and all of the rest of CM!

A personal shoutout (THANKS!) is due to these individuals for their dedication to the HTC Doubleshot:
Stefan Seidel, Pál Zoltán Illés, and thanks to scverhagen of Github for keeping the kernel maintained!


THANKS to intervillium/intervigil for keeping the common HTC MSM8660 AOSP kernel up to date so many of our HTC MSM8660 phones are based on now in the Open Source community!


You can get all of the Doubleshot source from the following URLs:
TeamDS Github


CyanogenMod source is available from CyanogenMod Github
If you'd like to to contribute to CyanogenMod, checkout our Gerrit instance.


20130101 -- Alpha 3 -- http://www.jeago.com/doubleshot/cm-1...doubleshot.zip
20121222 -- Alpha 2 -- http://www.jeago.com/doubleshot/cm-1...doubleshot.zip
20121121 -- Alpha 1.01 -- http://www.jeago.com/doubleshot/cm-1...doubleshot.zip
20121103 -- Alpha 1.0 -- http://www.jeago.com/doubleshot/cm-1...doubleshot.zip
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I made a mistake in the URL, the correct one is now posted.

Enjoy!
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On it. Thanks again for all of your work! if it weren't for the few devs working on this phone, mine would have an inferiority complex.

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The webpage cannot be found

HTTP 404


Most likely causes:
•There might be a typing error in the address.
•If you clicked on a link, it may be out of date.


What you can try:

Retype the address.

Go back to the previous page.


Go to and look for the information you want.


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So the first post was a bad URL. I have confirmed it works now. Also, I added a mirror server for failback. Let me know if there any more issues, sorry for that.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by kornyone

I made a mistake in the URL, the correct one is now posted.

Enjoy!

Thanks for this amazing upgrade Kornyone and the updated link.
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So THAT'S where you've been hiding...

Downloading now.
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I never left. I won't be abandoning the Doubleshot anytime soon, even though I have a new daily (Samsung Galaxy Relay 4g) -- because my wife bought a brand new Doubleshot from T-Mobile just before they canceled them about 4 months ago.

I made no noticeable updates in months (about two) due to training for my new gig, which required 6 weeks on site in San Antonio (I live in Austin). Life has been a roller coaster. I also have hacked a few other devices, and I have too many projects now.

I drew a sadface in how the CM ROM thread splintered and fragmented on XDA. I guess I never made a post about CM9 Stable 9.1.0, which was released to http://get.cm (look for Doubleshot). That was 8/29. Also, just this week, I got Doubleshot in the lunch menu for Jenkins auto builds for CM9, so weekly CM9 builds for the Doubleshot are officially official.

Still, I am (almost always) in #teamds on Freenode. Also #cyanogenmod, #cyanogenmod-dev, etc.

Thanks for the support all. I have been hacking the Doubleshot since September last year. I ported CM7 to it, then CM9, and now CM10. tbalden was a monster and really helped us a lot with our v3 kernel most roms are using now.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by kornyone

I never left. I won't be abandoning the Doubleshot anytime soon, even though I have a new daily (Samsung Galaxy Relay 4g) -- because my wife bought a brand new Doubleshot from T-Mobile just before they canceled them about 4 months ago.

I made no noticeable updates in months (about two) due to training for my new gig, which required 6 weeks on site in San Antonio (I live in Austin). Life has been a roller coaster. I also have hacked a few other devices, and I have too many projects now.

I drew a sadface in how the CM ROM thread splintered and fragmented on XDA. I guess I never made a post about CM9 Stable 9.1.0, which was released to http://get.cm (look for Doubleshot). That was 8/29. Also, just this week, I got Doubleshot in the lunch menu for Jenkins auto builds for CM9, so weekly CM9 builds for the Doubleshot are officially official.

Still, I am (almost always) in #teamds on Freenode. Also #cyanogenmod, #cyanogenmod-dev, etc.

Thanks for the support all. I have been hacking the Doubleshot since September last year. I ported CM7 to it, then CM9, and now CM10. tbalden was a monster and really helped us a lot with our v3 kernel most roms are using now.

I was wondering who released that on ROM Manager...
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the only thing i could not get to work on the camera was the camcorder facial effects. i got a few fc closes and panarama looks sketchy but works fine

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