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[ROM][Unofficial/Experimental][Android 4.3] CyanogenMod 10.2 for SGS4A (int'l)

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-------------------------Warning!-------------------------------------

This ROM is for SGS4A (int'l) ONLY. Does not work on SGS4 from AT&T as it has a locked bootloader.
Please refer to this thread for a bounty on the bootloader.


-------------------------Please note---------------------------------


This is an experimental build of CyanogenMod 10.2 running Android 4.3.
Meaning there's a couple of known issues with the camera. It is my hope these will be sorted out over time.
If anyone has any interest in helping out, please PM me. Or simply fork the code if you want.



-------------------------Instructions---------------------------------

  1. Install CWM recovery from here.
  2. Download most recent ROM from here.
  3. Download most recent Google Applications for Android 4.3 from here.
  4. Boot into recovery by holding the Volume Up button as the phone is booting.
  5. Back up your current ROM inside CWM recovery.
  6. Flash CyanogenMod ROM to your device using CWM recovery.
  7. Flash Google Applications to your device using CWM recovery.
  8. Do a wipe data/factory reset from within CWM recovery.
  9. Reboot system

---------------------------Known issues-----------------------------

  1. Several camera functions such as HDR don't work.

---------------------------Build from source------------------------


Please consult this guide for setting up CyanogenMod for compile.
Please use
Code:
repo init -u git://github.com/CyanogenMod/android.git -b cm-10.2
when you initialize the CyanogenMod repository so you get the source for CM-10.2.
Download roomservice.xml (see below) and put in ~/android/system/.repo/local_manifests/.
Run 'repo sync' and compile with 'brunch jactiveltexx'. You can get the proprietary files from the ROM.



As always, I take no responsibility in case your phone blows up.

And thanks to the CM team for all their hard work.
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---------------------------CM-10.2 ROM (Android 4.3) -------------------

---------------------------cm-10.2-20130917-----------------------------------
CyanogenMod 10.2 - 20130917
CyanogenMod 10.2 - 20130917 (mirror - thanks to mrvovven)
---------------------------cm-10.2-20130910-----------------------------------
CyanogenMod 10.2 - 20130910
CyanogenMod 10.2 - 20130910 (mirror - thanks to mrvovven)

---------------------------CM-10.1 ROM (Android 4.2.2) ----------------


CyanogenMod 10.1 - 20130810

----------------------------Google apps -------------------------------

Download the official Google apps. Need to download this in order to have apps like Google Play.

For CM-10.1 choose Android 4.2 apps.

For CM-10.2 choose Android 4.3 apps.

http://goo.im/gapps

------------------------------------- KERNELS ---------------------------------

- SGS4A android 4.2.2 kernel for CM10.1

https://www.dropbox.com/s/oo1hr2n6ev...10-1kernel.zip
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----------------------- Changelog--------------------
-------CyanogenMod 10.2 - 20130917----------
- Fixed video preview resolution
- Disabled zsl for slightly more stable camera app.

-------CyanogenMod 10.2 - 20130910----------
- Updated kernel to most recent version of cm-10.2 for SGS4.
- Replaced all sensor drivers with SGS4A kernel sources.
- Replaced several camera blobs in /system/lib/* with SGS4A versions enabling basic camera functionality.


-------CyanogenMod 10.1 - 20130810----------
Initial build.
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Good job.

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hello


anyone tried this out ?

feedbacks ?


thanks in advance
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hello


anyone tried this out ?

feedbacks ?


thanks in advance

This is not something you should install unless you want to be compiling and debugging yourself. It's far from usable as day to day rom. I hope I'm clear on that.
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Fixed wifi and a number of small issues. Should be a lot more stable. Seems the main remaining issue is, not surprisingly, the camera. If anyone knows how the entire camera driver setup is supposed to work in android, I'd love some help
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Fixed wifi and a number of small issues. Should be a lot more stable. Seems the main remaining issue is, not surprisingly, the camera. If anyone knows how the entire camera driver setup is supposed to work in android, I'd love some help

Call it just a hunch. But have you tried the camera drivers from the s3 ? I would say that it's basically the same camera and has been added in s4 active because after 1 year it became very cheap to continue manufacturing and this way compensate for the more expensive case and water proofing.
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Call it just a hunch. But have you tried the camera drivers from the s3 ? I would say that it's basically the same camera and has been added in s4 active because after 1 year it became very cheap to continue manufacturing and this way compensate for the more expensive case and water proofing.

Honestly, not exactly sure how the setup is. I assume it's mostly in some proprietary libs separate from the kernel, but it's hard to find good information on it.



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Thank you for you work!!

But search another File hoster!! DropBox close your account if the trafic is to big!!
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So S4 Active Original is the intl i9295 ?

EDIT: oh ok the real dev thread

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