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[ROM] [AOSP] MMuzzyROM for Manta - Jelly Bean 4.2.2 - JDQ39E

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29th December 2012, 12:05 AM   |  #1  
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AOSP JellyBean 4.2.2. Official Source Build hot off the AOSP servers. This ROM is AOSP. The only files that were changed or added were to make things nicely functional. Thanks to everyone for the kind words, technical help, suggestions, and for using the ROM!

This ROM is closely related to builds I make for Toro, Toroplus, Grouper and Mako.



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Features include:
- Deodexed
- Root with Superuser
- Expanded Desktop
- Quick Settings Mod (Kevdliu)
- Enhanced Power Menu (Craig Gomez)
- Power Menu Screenshot (CM)
- Play app auto restore
- Lean and fast build from AOSP

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Download Links:
ROM - Download - 7/13/13
Mirror - http://d-h.st/SEB
GAPPs - Download

Goo.im

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Tips
- Clean flash strongly recommended with Android 4.2!
- Turn off Currents background sync! Major lag cause in 4.2.
- To be safe, I recommend clean flashing... especially if coming from another ROM.
- If you get a status 7 error flashing a ROM, try making sure SYSTEM is unmounted in 'mount/unmount partitions' menu in recovery. Thanks to jroid for finding the tip.

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Changelog:

July 13, 2013
- Patch for Bug: 8219321
- Patch for Bug: 9695860
Note: This is a security update to patch the master key and unsigned zip issues in AOSP.

April 20, 2013
- Merged with android-4.2.2_r1.2 (JDQ39E)
- Updated Superuser

April 11, 2013
- Restored missing proprietary files
- Updated Superuser

March 15, 2013
- Updated Quick Settings Tile MOD (http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1999125)
- Fixed Korean language dialpad (phone devices)
- init.d support

March 2, 2012
- Merged new JDQ39 posted binaries
- Merged AOSP JDQ39 device files
- removed AOSP calendar
- Koush Superuser added (open source Superuser)

February 18, 2013
- Merged 4.2.2 JDQ39
- Fixed Quick Settings MOD to work with 4.2.2
- Added in binaries for 4.2.2
- Stock 4.2.2 kernel
Note: 4.2.2 kernels should work fine with this release

February 2, 2013
- Merged/Updated to JOP40G AOSP source

January 12, 2012
- Added in remaining 4.2.1 system soundclips
- Changed default system sounds
NOTE: Most ROM changes were to phone devices

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Add-ons:

adbFreedom's Circle Battery (3/1): Download

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Thanks to CyanogenMod, Kevdliu, Craig Gomez, Blame2 for the banner and mcavoya for keeping me up to date.

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ROM/kernel source found here: https://android.googlesource.com
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29th December 2012, 12:06 AM   |  #2  
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just in case
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29th December 2012, 12:57 AM   |  #3  
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I just flashed this, so not much to say at the moment, but it works. I'll update this post as I use it more.

It'd be nice if you can get the CM10.1 keyboard. The stock keyboard doesn't allow long pressing for numbers and symbols.

Is it just me or are the keyboard clicking sounds different? Anyway, this thing is slippery fast. I like it.

I just restored back to CM10.1, but then I already missed the smoothness of this ROM. lol. Really enjoy this ROM. I hope you stay around.
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29th December 2012, 01:44 AM   |  #4  
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Didint flash this based on using all the roms available right now, the biggest issue is wifi not reconnecting after sleep. I'm currently on jellybro. It's the most stable and reliable, well some nightly releases are better than others. The available oc kernal is not entirely smooth or bug free. So if you can somehow fix or create a rom with a good custom kernal, you have something going here.
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Originally Posted by 404 ERROR

I just flashed this, so not much to say at the moment, but it works. I'll update this post as I use it more.

It'd be nice if you can get the CM10.1 keyboard. The stock keyboard doesn't allow long pressing for numbers and symbols.

Is it just me or are the keyboard clicking sounds different? Anyway, this thing is slippery fast. I like it.

I just restored back to CM10.1, but then I already missed the smoothness of this ROM. lol. Really enjoy this ROM. I hope you stay around.

Ok. Thanks.

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Didint flash this based on using all the roms available right now, the biggest issue is wifi not reconnecting after sleep. I'm currently on jellybro. It's the most stable and reliable, well some nightly releases are better than others. The available oc kernal is not entirely smooth or bug free. So if you can somehow fix or create a rom with a good custom kernal, you have something going here.

Erm. Ok. Thanks anyway.

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Well I guess I'll just leave it at that then. There doesn't appear to be a need for me to hang around. Thanks anyway guys.
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29th December 2012, 02:36 AM   |  #6  
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Well I guess I'll just leave it at that then. There doesn't appear to be a need for me to hang around. Thanks anyway guys.


Noooooo don't give up so quick lol. We need good devs like you for manta. I've seen your stuff for gnex and its all been good, thanks for putting this one up.

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29th December 2012, 02:39 AM   |  #7  
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Well I guess I'll just leave it at that then. There doesn't appear to be a need for me to hang around. Thanks anyway guys.

Any explanation as to why? I only restored back to CM10.1 cause I forgot to TB my apps before I flashed your ROM. I'm back on your ROM right now and it's pretty damn good.
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Noooooo don't give up so quick lol. We need good devs like you for manta. I've seen your stuff for gnex and its all been good, thanks for putting this one up.

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Any explanation as to why? I only restored back to CM10.1 cause I forgot to TB my apps before I flashed your ROM. I'm back on your ROM right now and it's pretty damn good.

I always feel like I'm setting up a tent in someone's living room when I go into a forum like that. So I start small and try to get a feel for it. It didn't seem like there was any lack of ROMs and I misread the couple comments I got I guess. Thanks.
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I always feel like I'm setting up a tent in someone's living room when I go into a forum like that. So I start small and try to get a feel for it. It didn't seem like there was any lack of ROMs and I misread the couple comments I got I guess. Thanks.

Well, there are definitely a lack of ROMs on the N10. There may be a total of at most 10 ROMs (and I think that number is more than there really is). The N10 is a great device that isn't seeing the developer support that I expected it to see. Yeah, it's a tablet, but I was expecting to see much more variety for a tablet that a lot people consider to be the best Android tablet on the market. So, the lack of ROMs is disappointing, and when I see a dev like you whose fantastic work I've seen on the GNex venturing in to the N10 forums, I definitely welcome it and most certainly desire it.

Your ROM will definitely help the N10 developmental and consumer community grow, so seriously stick around!


Also, I watched Muzzy in German when I was in high school. :P
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29th December 2012, 03:00 AM   |  #10  
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I was so confused when I saw MMuzzy ROM in the N10 thread. Thought I had clicked on the GNex thread. Haha.

I've been running your rom on my GNex for several weeks. Can't wait to flash this and see how it goes.

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