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[ROM] [4.4.4] CM11.0/SGT7 for the Kindle Fire [20140719]

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18th August 2013, 03:05 AM   |  #1  
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CM11.0/KK 4.4.4 ROM with SGT7 Framework and Settings enhancements.

Code:
#include <std_disclaimer.h>
/*
* Your warranty is now void.
*
* I am not responsible for bricked devices, dead SD cards,
* thermonuclear war, or you getting fired because the alarm app failed. Please
* do some research if you have any concerns about features included in this ROM
* before flashing it! YOU are choosing to make these modifications, and if
* you point the finger at me for messing up your device, I will laugh at you.
*
*/
Otter

Download:

Dev-Host
Goo.im

Older CM10.2 builds can be found here or here.

Installation:

Make sure you have the latest FFF and a recent TWRP recovery installed.
Make a backup !!!
Wipe cache, dalvik, data and system (full wipe)
Install ROM
Install Google Apps from here
Reboot

Upgrade from a previous version of this ROM:

Reboot to recovery
Install ROM
Wipe cache/dalvik
Reboot

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OtterX - F2FS

Do NOT flash otterx builds if you did not follow Hashcode's instructions!
You also need to have your /data partition converted to F2FS as well!


Download

Dev-Host
Goo.im

Installation

Please follow Hashcode's instructions regarding:
- OtterX Bootloader
- TWRP for OtterX
- OtterX partition layout
- Wipe partitions
- Use adb to download and push rom and gapps.

adb push cm-11-xxxxxxxx-xxxx-otterx-sgt7.zip /sdcard/cm-11-xxxxxxxx-xxxx-otterx-sgt7.zip
adb push gapps-kk-xxxxxxxx-signed.zip /sdcard/gapps-kk-20140105-signed.zip

Then flash as usual (see above).

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Thanks to:

Hashcode
sbradymobile (and all other SGT7 developers)
CyanogenMod
...

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Sources:

https://github.com/loosethisskin
https://github.com/sgt7
https://github.com/KFire-Android
https://github.com/CyanogenMod
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Each new build uploaded will include the latest CM11.0 and SGT7 changes:

Credits for the device and kernel sources go to Hashcode.

Changelog

[20140719]
* Security: implement a pin keypad shuffler [helicopter88 / omni]

[20140625]
* Android 4.4.4
* Kernel: snappy compression for ZRAM

[20140615]
* Ditched compiler flag optimizations
* Kernel compiled with Linaro 4.8.3

[20140605]
* Android 4.4.3

Note: The otterx build requires the data partition to be converted to F2FS.

[20140520]
* Latest device/kernel changes [Hashcode]
* Kernel: Linux 3.0.101
* Linaro GCC 4.8.3 2014.04 toolchain
* Compiler flag optimizations [JustArchi]

[20140502]
* Latest device/kernel and CM changes

* Additional OtterX build

[20140417]
* Latest device/kernel and CM changes

[20140323]
* Kernel: trim fix [Hashcode]

[20140314]
* Latest device and CM changes (e.g. IMDB fix [Hashcode])

[20140221]
* Latest device and CM changes

[20140129]
* Latest device and CM changes

[20131230]
* frameworks/native: Fix boot animation rotation problem when ro.sf.hwrotation is set to 90 or 270 [Clyde Tan]

[20131215]
* Settings: Fix for quick settings tiles and layout not loading [sbrady]

[20131212]
* Android 4.4.2
* Framework/Settings: Large recent thumbnails, recents panel color and dual pane preference [sbrady]
* Framework/Settings: Notification panel and quick settings tile color [sbrady]
* Kernel: zRAM (Enable in performance settings)

[20131208]
* Android 4.4.1

[20131206]
* Device: Enable translucent lockscreen
* Framework/Settings: Add setting to enable or disable navigation bar [sbrady]
* Framework/Settings: Add forceHighEndGfx property to override isHighEndGfx [sbrady]

Note:
You will need to check "High end gfx" in Performance settings to enable translucency because the KF is a low ram device (ro.config.low_ram) and translucency effects are disabled by default on such devices.
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Optional - Disguise your Kindle Fire as a Nexus 7 [Thanks to eems01]

For CM10.2 (Android 4.3): change_to_nexus7-4.3.zip
For CM11.0 (Android 4.4.2): change_to_nexus7-4.4.2.zip
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Funny. Sorry for the PM I didn't see this! @sbradymobile already working his magic. Thanks @twa_priv and @sbradymobile
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So far this is running smooth..
No hesitation or errors. Nice
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finally... this is what I wished

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Awesome.... no more waiting I can finally leave ICS.!!!!

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Buttery Smooth..... I there any really big problems like the WiFi issue in Hashcodes build?

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Just what I've been looking for Thanks

Update: This is running great!

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How can we fix this:

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thank you.

looking forward to 3.4 kernel for more free ram.

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