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[WIP][ROM] CM10 - i317

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24th November 2012, 11:25 PM   |  #1  
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CM10 ported from the n7100

THIS IS A WORK IN PROGRESS, IT WILL BOOT BUT IT IS NOT FOR DAILY USE, I AM ONLY POSTING IT BECAUSE I NEED HELP MAKING THE REST OF IT WORK.

I AM NOT A DEV. SO DON'T GET MAD AT ME IF THIS BRICKS YOUR PHONE BECAUSE YOU CAN'T READ SIMPLE INSTRUCTIONS


What's not working

Cellular connection (wifi works fine)
Sound (It was working but somehow I broke it)

That should be it.

Q&A thread



Installation instructions


Download Rom below
Save to SD Card
Reboot to recovery (only tested with TWRP)
WIPE SYSTEM AND FACTORY RESET
Flash Rom
Flash GAPPS
Wipe Dalvik and Cache
Reboot
Wait (It may take a while at the welcome screen)


DOWNLOADS

CM10
gapps


This is a direct port of cyanogenmod 10 for the n7100 source can be found here
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one more just in case...
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There is no way I could build on my PC it would take a week just to finish, by then we would be on CM 11, but yes this is a port of the n7100 CM10 nightly from today, the connection issues are because there is no modem I am sure, or at least not one that I can find, and I can't make it stick, and the sound is because it is set up for the n7100, that should be an easy fix that I will work on tonight.
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Thinking about this, I'm not sure it will ever get cell network. Because there needs to be a compiled kernel with the Qualcomm modem enabled. And since this is the 7100 it doesn't have lte. So even with the correct ril files, it won't work.

We need an aosp kernel with Qualcomm modem support.

If someone wanted to look at the quicnyatt defconfig on cyanogenmod's site, you might get inside for the defconfig needed for the smdk4412



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Can I ask that we keep this thread to development purposes.

Please do not post OMG THIS IS AWESOME. That does nothing for helping.

If you have a development finding or fix, post it up. Otherwise please do not post.

Thanks.
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25th November 2012, 03:28 AM   |  #6  
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Originally Posted by antiochasylum

Thinking about this, I'm not sure it will ever get cell network. Because there needs to be a compiled kernel with the Qualcomm modem enabled. And since this is the 7100 it doesn't have lte. So even with the correct ril files, it won't work.

We need an aosp kernel with Qualcomm modem support.

If someone wanted to look at the quicnyatt defconfig on cyanogenmod's site, you might get inside for the defconfig needed for the smdk4412



Also

Can I ask that we keep this thread to development purposes.

Please do not post OMG THIS IS AWESOME. That does nothing for helping.

If you have a development finding or fix, post it up. Otherwise please do not post.

Thanks.

Are the kernel modules similar for the Quincy as it has the Qualcomm S3 SOC and we have the Exynos? Would it not work to compile a kernel with the open source files from Sammy?

I may be way off on this, I am below a rookie at kernel compilation.

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25th November 2012, 10:00 PM   |  #7  
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Possible kernel ?
I am watching this one like a hawk, just earlier they said that they are testing an aosp kernel for the n7105 (international version with LTE). I already use the tw variant

forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2000328&highlight=7105
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Are the kernel modules similar for the Quincy as it has the Qualcomm S3 SOC and we have the Exynos? Would it not work to compile a kernel with the open source files from Sammy?

I may be way off on this, I am below a rookie at kernel compilation.

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The quincy has the old snapdragon 1.5, it does not have the new msm8960 as the S3's do. Also its not about modules. I've downloaded source and its pretty horrible, as most Samsung crap is.

Compiling a kernel would work from sources, it just has to support aosp, since CM uses its own ramdisk too.




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I am watching this one like a hawk, just earlier they said that they are testing an aosp kernel for the n7105 (international version with LTE). I already use the tw variant

forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2000328&highlight=7105

I'll check it out.

Am I the only one really doing anything here? Seems like no one cares about pure aosp. Everyone doesn't want to loose stylus features.
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Originally Posted by antiochasylum

The quincy has the old snapdragon 1.5, it does not have the new msm8960 as the S3's do. Also its not about modules. I've downloaded source and its pretty horrible, as most Samsung crap is.

Compiling a kernel would work from sources, it just has to support aosp, since CM uses its own ramdisk too.






I'll check it out.

Am I the only one really doing anything here? Seems like no one cares about pure aosp. Everyone doesn't want to loose stylus features.

I am all for pure AOSP I just don't know how to do much. I am happy to help test but that is about the extent of capabilities right now. I love my stylus but don't need all the stylus "shortcuts". I ran AOSP on my note one and the stylus worked great even did good for the harder you pressed on the stylus the darker it would write. The only thing I lost were all the button and shortcuts integrated with touchwiz. I used papyrus as my snote/smemo replacement and actually prefer it over the Samsung crap that lost my memos every time I flashed anything.

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All I want is AOSP, maybe a little Paranoid Android. S-Pen lost it's novelty for me after a couple of hours. I also must have misread the kernel post. NEAK only has a Sammy kernel

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