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Phone [ROM] *Unofficial* AOKP 4.2.2 Milestone 1 [Apr-18-13]

Unofficial AOKP 4.2.2 for the Optimus G



First off, I built off of the work of others and would like to thank:
Code:
Team Codefire for unlocking the bootloader and allowing roms at all
AOKP for their source
Houstonn for helping me along with files and knowledge.
Houstonn/Chadouming/Thracky/Sk8erwiskill and whoever else may have had a hand in the new geeb device tree
Faux123 for his mako kernel source
Jank4AU for the boot animation
Misledz for nexus louder
Dvhexer for capactive key fix
Jugstah for wifi fix
rmkilc for camera tweaks
Pimp My Rom for tweaks

Anyone else I'm forgetting, let me know.
Please thank them, this ROM is only up because of them. Better yet, buy them a coffee!

Now, with that said, I give to you AOKP 4.2.2! Source built with tweaks and extras!

Not Working:
Code:
Not Sure... let me know
Features:
Code:
AOKP JB MR1 Build 6
Rooted
Busyboxed
Holo Launcher
File Manager
TricksterMod
Noozy music player
Nexus Louder audio enhancements
Android Terminal Emulator
Built with linaro toolchains
Tweaks
Instalation:
As you've read many times over on this site... I am not responsible..blah blah blah... flash at your own risk!
Code:
Like most other roms, boot into recovery and...
1. Factory Reset (Wipe Data/Cache)
2. Wipe System
3. Install Rom
4. Install Gapps
5. Reboot....
Downloads:
Changelog:
Code:
Apr. 18/13 - Build 9
- AOKP re-sync to Milestone 1
- Added Faux's latest kernel commits(Lower clock speeds and more)
- Added TricksterMod

Apr. 10/13 - Build 8
- Built with Linaro 4.7 Toolchain
- Added Nexus Louder
- Noozy Music Player
- Updated bootanimation
- Changed signal icons [H to 3G][H+ to 4G][4G to LTE]
- Added torch to app drawer
- Removed Google Music

Apr.2/13 - Build 7
- AOKP resync Build 6
- Using Faux's Rebased jb_mr1.1 kernel
             - Overclockable
             - Gpu overclock/
- Maybe something else... though I havn't worked on this much in the last month...

Mar.13/13 - Build 6
- Fixed minor bugs
- Added Terminal
 File Manager
 Play Music
- Replaced launcher with Holo Launcher
- Added back tweaks from old builds

Mar. 12/13 - Build 5
- AOKP Resync JB MR1 Build 5
- Fixed my stupidity(for time being)
- Faux's Enhanced Stock kernel with capacitive keys
- Nothing changed or added by me, just base AOKP while I work on things

Jan. 27/13 - Build 4
- AOKP Re-sync JB MR1 Build 2
- Removed Launcher2 (Holo is only launcher)
- Nexus Boot Animation

Jan. 18/13 - Build 3
- Removed NovaLauncher
- Removed Google Play Music
- Pimp My Rom
  -Added Beats Audio
  -Added Sony Walkman
  -Build.prop Tweaks

Jan. 16/13 - Build 2
- Added HoloLauncher
- Added File System with Root Access
- Added Android Terminal Emulator
- Added Google Play Music
- Lockscreen Hack
- Tweaks Camera/System

Jan. 13/13 - Build 1
- Initial Release
Enjoy! If you like my work press the Thanks, or buy me a coffee
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Is good to see more developments on this phone:thumbup::thumbup::thumbup:

Will try it later

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nice!!!
this is awesome. i was waiting for another option than the buggy one thats up. are you going to be working on the capacitive buttons in the near future?

thks again


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this is awesome. i was waiting for another option than the buggy one thats up. are you going to be working on the capacitive buttons in the near future?

thks again

they will all be buggy at this point in development... he's just giving you guys options of trying something different.. even the official aopk mako is buggy.. it's been ported from the nexus 4 and all of theirs is still WIP...
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So what's different from CM 10.1?
Just curious.

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So what's different from CM 10.1?
Just curious.

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As far as core functions, nothing is different. I built it using chadouming github. Its really just the settings that are availible in the rom itself. More ability to tweak in AOKP is all really.
 
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Cool. Thanks.

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this is awesome. i was waiting for another option than the buggy one thats up. are you going to be working on the capacitive buttons in the near future?

thks again
Houstonn is right, I don't forsee this really being less buggy than chad's cm10. Though I havn't had many issues while using it the last few days.

As for the cap keys, I'm very new to development, so although I will be trying to resolve the issue...I doubt I'll be the one to succed. Can't see it taking too long before a fix is availible by someone though.

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