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[ROM] [AOSP] Lollipopalooza | manta/Nexus 10 | LRX21T | 2014/11/16

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17th November 2012, 10:15 PM   |  #1  
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This is my very own personally maintained custom ROM for the Nexus 10 (manta) called Lollipopalooza!! It is an AOSP (Android Open Source Project) 5.0 based ROM with a simple aim... add a few useful features to AOSP without deviating too much.

This will be a spin-off of my previous Nexus 10 ROM ThunderKat, but from scratch and obviously based on Android 5.0.

I don't expect this to compete with the big boys (CyanogenMod, AOKP, Paranoid Android and the like) and this ROM will have a considerably limited feature-set compared to them. If you want a lot of customisations and configurations, they are definitely the way to go.

Please note that since this is a fully de-odexed ROM, it will take a while to boot up the first time. Please follow the installation instructions carefully.

Changelog:
2014/11/16
1. Updated to AOSP Android 5.0.0_r6 LRX21T
2. Enabled AppOps (Settings > Apps > AppOps)
3. Advanced Power Menu (Shutdown, Advanced Reboot, Users, Sound, Airplane Mode, Settings, Lockdown)
4. Back button long-press kill app (Enable via Settings > Developer options > Kill app back button)
5. Custom device hostname (Change via Settings > Developer options > Device hostname)
6. Enabled Ambient display (Settings > Display > Ambient display)
7. Clear all recents (Credit 0xD34D)
8. Root-friendly stock kernel [IMPORTANT! This ROM is not rooted. In built root support will come soon. For now, please flash SuperSU or Superuser separately]
9. Tweaked ART flags
10. Proprietary audio configs from stock ROM
11. User triggered media scanner (Settings > Storage)
12. OTG USB storage automount to /storage/usbdisk with full R/W access (VFAT/FAT32 only) [IMPORTANT! This depends on the modified ramdisk included with this ROM boot image. You may lose this feature if you another boot image]
13. Updated MAC permissions (SELinux stuff)
14. Miscellaneous framework fixes and tweaks
15. Enabled Google Location Services
16. Fixed Google back/restore.
17. Added busybox
18. Enabled translucent navigation and status bars
19. Google Apps Pack zip with latest updated apps

Download:
Lollipopalooza_aosp_manta-LRX21T-20141116.zip
GoogleAppsPackARM-LRX21T-20141115.zip

Source:
GitHub
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Requirements:
1. Nexus 10 with Unlocked bootloader
2. Lastest bootloader
3. Custom recovery like TWRP 2.8.1.0+ or CWM 6.0.4.7+

Instructions:
1. Wipe data/factory reset if you are moving from any ROM other than a previous version of Lollipopalooza
2. Wipe cache/dalvik cache for every update
3. Flash the ROM using a custom recovery
4. [Optional] Flash Google Apps Pack using a custom recovery. You can choose to install any other Android 5.0 compliant Google Apps Pack

Disclaimer
Lollipops are fun, but too much is not good for your health. If you chose to enjoy the Lollipops in this thread, remember that you do so at your own risk. I am not responsible for cavities, stomach aches or any other ailments your device may have if you use this ROM. I do test these Lollipops prior to releasing them, but I make no guarantees.

Support this project:
If you like my work, buy me a beer so that I can pass time while my laptop churns out builds...
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Google Wallet (Send Money to craigacgomez[at]gmail[dot]com)

Credits:
Google, Samsung, ARM, Chainfire, 0xD34D, CyanogenMod, AndroidFileHost
Last edited by craigacgomez; 18th November 2014 at 10:16 PM. Reason: Lollipopiness
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17th November 2012, 10:34 PM   |  #2  
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ive been lookin everywhere for some gapps that work with this device haha, thanks!
17th November 2012, 10:52 PM   |  #3  
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Great to see you in here Craig! Loved the Roms you did for the transformer. Guess its time to go install a custom recovery and try this out!
17th November 2012, 11:27 PM   |  #4  
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I am rooted and my bootloader is unlocked. I made a mistake and formatted my system img. Is it possible to flash this via adb?
17th November 2012, 11:31 PM   |  #5  
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Any word on getting OTG/CIFS working?

Also, the "DRM Libraries" .. these, I assume - allow things like Play Movies and Hulu Plus to work? I'm actually interested in TRADING OFF those features with the ability to get HDMI out without protection on the signal. Thoughts on that?

Thanks for the hard work already!
17th November 2012, 11:31 PM   |  #6  
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I am rooted and my bootloader is unlocked. I made a mistake and formatted my system img. Is it possible to flash this via adb?

Reboot into TWRP recovery, use adb to push it to /sdcard and flash it... it will work even if your system partition is formatted!
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17th November 2012, 11:41 PM   |  #7  
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Reboot into TWRP recovery, use adb to push it to /sdcard and flash it... it will work even if your system partition is formatted!

what is the adb command to push it to my sd card? I just finished the download!!
17th November 2012, 11:45 PM   |  #8  
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what is the adb command to push it to my sd card? I just finished the download!!

adb push rom.zip /sdcard/
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adb push rom.zip /data/media/0/
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Originally Posted by darkuni

Any word on getting OTG/CIFS working?

Also, the "DRM Libraries" .. these, I assume - allow things like Play Movies and Hulu Plus to work? I'm actually interested in TRADING OFF those features with the ability to get HDMI out without protection on the signal. Thoughts on that?

Thanks for the hard work already!

The DRM libs are for Hulu & apps which use the Widevine DRM... Are you referring to HDCP? I'm not sure if this affects that... I haven't done any much HDMI related stuff with Android yet, but I'll check it out...

I will work on OTG and CIFS soon!!
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17th November 2012, 11:56 PM   |  #10  
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Originally Posted by craigacgomez

The DRM libs are for Hulu & apps which use the Widevine DRM... Are you referring to HDCP? I'm not sure if this affects that... I haven't done any much HDMI related stuff with Android yet, but I'll check it out...

I will work on OTG and CIFS soon!!

Thanks man I pushed the rom to my sd card and was able to flash it. Now Is there anything that doesn't not work that works in the stock rom?

May'be its his new kernel! Anyone try gong back to his stock kernel to see if it brings usb back.
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