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Default [ROM] [JB 4.2.1]cm10.1/sgt7 [discontinued]

THIS ROM IS BASED ON SGT7


IMPORTANT: WHEN COMING FROM STOCK AMAZON OS
-Make sure you wipe everything except your sdcard (media partition) while in TWRP before you flash anything!
-In TWRP go to WIPE and select both System AND Factory Reset
(Make sure you wipe both when coming from Stock or you will end up in a bootloop with the CM10.1 boot animation)

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GApps


20130627 Version 11 (Current build)

Old builds:
20130512 Version 10
20130408 Version 9
20130404 Version 8
20130218 Version 7
20130211 Version 6
20130131 Version 5
20130130 Version 4
20130120 Version 3
20130118 Version 2
20130116 Version 1

Installation:

YOU MUST HAVE TWRP AND BOOTLOADER INSTALLED AND WORKING

**To install TWRP and Bootloader**
One Click Method
by: FMKilo

Manual Method (and HashROM)
by Hashcode

  1. Download the ROM and GApps.
  2. Boot into recovery
    >Coming from Amazon Stock OS? Wipe everything (read above)
    >Coming from another CM 10.1 install? No need to wipe, but you can to be safe.
  3. Select install and flash ROM and GApps
  4. (in TWRP after selecting the ROM, you can select "add zip" and then choose the GApps. It will flash them both for you at the same time)
  5. Reboot and Enjoy!

Bugs:

  • -The initial portion of the bootanimation is stretched and 1/2 missing. This corrects itself fairly quickly.
  • -The headphone MIC input is not functioning correctly yet. Work in progress.
  • -Virtual keyboard input on Jellybean is terrible. Needs a protocol update or something. Fixing. For now use an alternate keyboard like Swype

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Thanks to Hashcode for all his awesome work and Twa_priv for helping me with github & repo stuff


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Changelog

20130627 Version 11
  • HALO notifications
  • Widget panel support in tablet mode
  • CM changes & whatever other framework changes

20130512 Version 10
  • Whatever SGT7 updates and Cyanogenmod changes

20130408 Version 9
  • Various SGT7 updates and Cyanogenmod changes (as always)
  • Pie control works again

20130404 Version 8
  • Various SGT7 updates
  • Latest CM and SGT7 changes
  • Pie control fully implemented

20130218 Version 7

20130211 Version 6
  • latest CM changes
  • Settings: Fixed Settings -> System FC [sbrady]

20130131 Version 5
  • latest CM changes
  • Fixed MTP for Windowzzz users

20130130 Version 4
  • HD works:
  • latest CM changes
  • removed my custom framework modifications for now

20130120 Version 3
  • Modified framework:
  • bold time in statusbar
  • larger time notification size
  • large text for date
  • navigationbar image (grayish/minimal)

20120118 Version 2
  • sgt7 based
  • volume slider in notifications
  • select tablet/phone mode
  • edge swype navigation
  • advanced trebuchet settings
  • power menu option to expand desktop
  • any widget on lockscreen
  • and much much more

20130116 Version 1
  • Initial release
  • based off cm10.1 and modded for tablet mode


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Code:
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frameworks/base/policy/src/com/android/internal/policy/impl/PhoneWindowManager.java                 #1269-1287
frameworks/base/services/java/com/android/server/wm/WindowsManagerService.java                      #6839
frameworks/base/packages/SystemUI/src/com/android/systemui/statusbar/phone/NavbarEditor.java        #179
packages/apps/Settings/src/com/android/settings/Utils.java                                          #653
frameworks/base/tools/layoutlib/bridge/src/com/android/layoutlib/bridge/impl/RenderSessionImpl.java #1132
frameworks/base/packages/SystemUI/src/com/android/systemui/statusbar/policy/DateView.java           #88


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Gonna give this a bit to mature and see what other people say then I'll be trying this out. Can't wait!
It's just a rebuild of hash's rom with a different nav bar/notification bar scheme. I suggest trying both before settling, they are essentially the same
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ok thanks, especially this early in the builds im alot more cautious then normally. didnt know if there were any major implementations that might cause havoc ( no fastboot cable, i already took my big risk just implementing twrpp etc.

thanks powerpoint45, i love to see plenty of diversity in rom options
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ok thanks, especially this early in the builds im alot more cautious then normally. didnt know if there were any major implementations that might cause havoc ( no fastboot cable, i already took my big risk just implementing twrpp etc.

thanks powerpoint45, i love to see plenty of diversity in rom options
If I may ask, what method did you perform to get twrp and bootloader?
 
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If I may ask, what method did you perform to get twrp and bootloader?
Full walk through or basic idea of how I did it?
I can't remember it off the top of my head but in the morning I can get on my computer where I have what I did saved step by step.
I can tell you real quick it was on a windows 7 computer, and from there I followed Hashcode step by step directions almost exactly I think there were only two steps I tweaked to get around the fact that fast boot didn't want to recognize my device.
 
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Full walk through or basic idea of how I did it?
I can't remember it off the top of my head but in the morning I can get on my computer where I have what I did saved step by step.
I can tell you real quick it was on a windows 7 computer, and from there I followed Hashcode step by step directions almost exactly I think there were only two steps I tweaked to get around the fact that fast boot didn't want to recognize my device.
so you used idme bootmode 4 to get to fastboot?
I would have used the dd method if I were on windows.

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