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[ROM] CM-11.0 | AOSP | Android 4.4.2 KitKat KOT49H | Kernel 3.x HumberOS | SGT7 | TWRP | P1000/L/N SGH-T849 GSM | SCH-I800/SPH-P100 CDMA VZW/SPRINT
[P1 - Jan 25, 2014] [P1C - Feb 12, 2014] (Download links in Post #4)




| CyanogenMod 11.0 - Android 4.4.2 - KitKat |





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  • Do some homework first before you flash any ROM. At the very least, read the WHOLE thread first about what others have said in this thread. Read about flashing, rooting, going back to stock, bricking and unbricking, the various AOSP and CM versions and their derivatives, odexed versus deodexed files, Dalvik, ART, etc. Do not expect us to answer your questions if they are already answered in my first few posts or somewhere else in the thread. Test your ROM that you've flashed carefully and thoroughly. We will not answer questions that claim something doesn't work when we know it does.
  • Always back up what you mind losing (eg. /data) before flashing. Better still, back up everything via a nandroid backup. Or you can use the Titanium or Helium app to back up what you want to save.
  • I'm a programmer by training and profession. Here, I'm a ROM builder, programmer and scripter. I may make changes to the code (local repos) pulled from the remote repos to suit my builds. I build CUSTOM ROMs and NOT OFFICIAL ROMs. Nevertheless, ALMOST ALL the original code will be left unchanged. If you strictly want an OFFICIAL ROM, you are in the wrong thread.
  • Except where I made enhancements and fixes to certain aspects of the ROMs, I am not one of the original developers. So do not expect me to fix or include PRIMARY features not already in the builds. You can tell us what works, what doesn't. You can tell us what's good and what's not. You can tell us what you want in the ROMs. And through this thread, hopefully, the developers will take take. We will certainly take what you say into consideration as that's what this thread is for, but we may or may not be able to help fix everything, and are not obliged to do anything you say.
  • You are encouraged to participate actively in this thread. This thread is for you. Without you, this thread is meaningless. Help us to help you.
  • This thread is STRICTLY only for custom ROMs based on Android 4.4 KitKat built for the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7". ROM builders for Android 4.4 are welcomed to post such builds in this thread. NO UNRELATED POSTS HERE.




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  • Some new features in Android 4.4
    • Chromium WebView
    • Tools for analyzing memory use (adb shell dumpsys procstats)
    • Screen recording (adb shell screenrecord) (not working yet)
    • Full screen immersive mode
  • Latest commits from Google AOSP 4.4, CyanogenMod's and SGT7's repos
  • SELinux enabled (Enforcing or Permissive settable mode)
  • TWRP touch-UI recovery with support for encryption, compression,
    time and battery display
  • Root
  • Compatible with both Dalvik and ART
  • Faster and slickier than CM-10.2
  • Over-clocking to 1.4GHz
  • 6 CPU governors
  • Trebuchet launcher
  • SGT7 features (more to come)
  • Tablet UI features (more to come)
  • Screenshots
  • USB Host / USB OTG (need Y cable) (Testers needed)
  • USB Tethering
  • Service
  • Call
  • SMS/MMS
  • 2G
  • Data (3G/HSDPA)
  • WiFi
  • WiFi Tethering
  • Bluetooth
  • Bluetooth Tethering
  • Bluetooth support for HID Devices, Low Power Proximity and extended LE scan
  • GPS
  • Audio playback
  • Video playback with support for HD and HW acceleration
  • Camera
  • Include ROM variants for tabs with damaged internal sdcards (New!)




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  • Apollo
  • Browser
  • Calculator
  • Calendar
  • Camera
  • Clock
  • Downloads
  • DSP Manager
  • Email
  • File Manager
  • Gallery
  • Messaging
  • Movie Studio
  • People
  • Phone
  • Search
  • Sound Recorder
  • Terminal Emulator
  • Torch
  • Voice Dialer
  • WhisperPush




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Issues:
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  • Long-standing bugs carried over from previous CM versions:
    • Wired headset button presses do not work.
  • Stock camera app FCs in video mode (fixed, will include in newer builds)
  • P1s only:
    • Num Keys squashed in SIM Unlock Screen (fixed, will include in newer build)
    • app2sd not working for NoInternalSD build
  • P1Cs only:
    • No data/service/gps
    • app2sd not working for NoInternalSD build
Incompatibilities:
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  • Back up.
  • P1/L/N flashers: if you haven't backed up your /efs folder, restock to GB-v5, root your tab and back up the /efs folder.
  • Preferably start from a clean state by restocking to GB-v5 for P1/L/N, EI04 for SCH-I800 or EF17 for SPH-P100.
  • If you're coming from a ROM before CM-10 or equivalent, especially if coming from a non-MTD based ROM, flash CM-10.x first.
  • Verify the integrity of the cm-11-YYYYMMDD-terenceng-p1*.zip and and other zip files before you proceed.
    You can let CwM or TWRP verify for you before it flashes by also copying the corresponding .md5 files
    if available to the same location (root of internal or external sdcard).
  • If the current ROM on your tab does not have CwM or TWRP recovery, boot into DOWNLOAD mode and flash a suitable kernel:
    heimdall flash --KERNEL kernel_filename
    You may obtain a suitable (and the correct) kernel from the Downloads section or from another ROM.
  • Boot into CwM or TWRP recovery.
  • Wipe cache, dalvik cache and data.
  • Wipe or format system.
  • Flash cm-11-YYYYMMDD-terenceng-p1*.zip.
  • If you're switching from Normal build to NoInternalSD build, or vice-versa, reboot into TWRP Recovery, wipe cache, dalvik-cache and data again.
  • Reboot.
  • Allow tab up to 20 minutes (usually takes much less time) to reboot to the initial Setup screen.
  • Complete the initial setup (CM Account setup is optional).
  • Go to Settings, and enable Developer Options, allow installation from Unknown Sources,
    enable Android Debugging, enable Advanced Reboot, etc.
  • P1/L/N flashers: if necessary, restore /efs and/or replace /radio/modem.bin with your local modem.bin, and reboot.
  • Restore any other backup(s) (eg. /data) that you have previously saved, if you want to.
  • If you want to convert to ART, do so now.
  • If you haven't done so, install the correct version of BaNkS Core GApps package obtainable here. You can install some other larger BaNkS GApps package (eg. Standard package) but, because this ROM is larger than other ROMs, for some removable stuff (eg. some removable system apps, wallpapers, ring tones, etc), either you remove them directly or from the cm-11-YYYYMMDD-terenceng-p1.zip file before you flash or you move and install them as user apps, so that the larger GApps package will fit into the limited /system space. Other GApps packages like PA GApps, etc will most likely not fit in. Remember to install GApps after the ROM install and reboot steps. If you don't follow this instruction, you may get weird results like "installed stuff not appearing".


How to Enable Developer Options
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Go to Settings, About Device and press Build Number 7 times


How to Enable ART
(Note that ART is experimental at this point)
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  • Go to Settings, Developer Options, Select Runtime and choose Use ART.
    If prompted with a CyanogenMod disclaimer pop-up, tap OK to proceed with the ART conversion.
    System will reboot. The reboot (including "Optimizing Apps") will take a LONG time as the system
    converts to ART, so be patient.


How to Enable Battery Percentage
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In Terminal Emulator or using adb shell, enter following commands:
  • su (not necessary if you are already root)
  • content insert --uri content://settings/system --bind name:s:status_bar_show_battery_percent --bind value:i:1
  • reboot

Note: From build dated 5 Dec 2013, a better alternative is: go to Settings | Interface | Status bar | Battery status style, and select the style you prefer.


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#1: This post
#2: Screenshots
#3: ChangeLog
#4: Downloads
#5: Credits
#6: Testing and Reporting Bugs
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12 Feb 2014 (P1C build)
  • Front camera fix with 1.3MP resolution
  • app2sd fix (untested)
  • Left-handed navigation bar in landscape mode (untested) (setup in Settings | Interface)
  • Add file uploading support in chromium-based web browsers (untested)
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26 Jan 2014 (P1C build)
  • Essentially same updates as the P1/L/N build dated 20140124
  • Main bugs in build 20140111 still exist
  • Include an experimental build for P1Cs with damaged internal sdcards
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25 Jan 2014
  • Experimental build for P1000/L/Ns with damaged internal sdcards
  • Essentially the same as the normal 24 Jan 2014 build
    (since I compiling a NoInternalSDCard build, I might as well include the normal build)
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24 Jan 2014
  • Newest commits from AOSP, CyanogenMod and SGT7
  • Front camera fix with 1.3MP resolution
  • Bluetooth support for HID Devices, Low Power Proximity and extended LE scan (more to come)
  • Status bar enhancements: slide for brightness control, double-tap to sleep (setup in Settings | Interface | Status bar)
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11 Jan 2014 (P1C build)
  • Initial cm-11.0 release for the P1C
  • Essentially the same features and bugs as with the P1/L/N build dated 1 Jan 2014
  • Bring back Launcher3
  • Main things that do not work:
    • No data/service/gps
    • app2sd not working

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1 Jan 2014
  • HumberOS kernel v1.54 update
  • SystemUI :
    • Remove the navigation camera icon in keyguard if disabled
    • Fix battery charging indication
  • Make available full-screen immersive mode and custom lockscreen widgets
  • Boot animation fix
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30 Dec 2013
  • Newest aosp, cm and sgt7 commits
  • P1L/P1N boot-loop fix (testers needed)
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25 Dec 2013
  • HumberOS kernel official v1.53 update
  • Lockscreen Security settings :
    • Reorganize and clean up lock screen section
    • Lockscreen Vibrate
    • Slide Lock Delay
    • Menu Unlock
    • Home Unlock
    • Variable size pattern lockscreen
    • Toggle dots/error pattern visibility
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20 Dec 2013
  • Disable volume change tone during quiet hours.
  • SystemUI: use the same color for circle battery as clock color, fix hidden battery icon style, fix circle battery percentage alignment for low dpi.
  • Latest commits from aosp, cm and sgt7.
(Note: Default value of dalvik.vm.dexopt-data-only is now 1 instead of 0 (they changed it, not me!). From this build onwards, if the property dalvik.vm.dexopt-data-only is missing or unset, it defaults to dalvik.vm.dexopt-data-only=1. Set dalvik.vm.dexopt-data-only=0 if you want to revert back to the traditional use of /cache).
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16 Dec 2013
  • Enable Quick Settings panel, Tiles and layout
  • More battery icon styles in status bar (Settings | Interface | Status bar | Battery status style)
  • CyanogenMod disclaimer when you convert to ART
  • Battery: fix FC on boot till battery stat present, dock battery support
  • Lockscreen quick unlock checkbox fix
(Note: This and subsequent builds include the set property dalvik.vm.dexopt-data-only=1. Therefore, whether you have resized cache partition or not, whether you want to use ART or not, ALL P1/L/N users CAN flash it.)
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12A/B Dec 2013
  • Fix TWRP to enable it to boot from OFF state by holding Volume-Up + Power keys
  • Build dated 12A: Allow use of ART without cache partition resize (experimental)
  • Build dated 12B: Require cache partition resize to use ART ("relatively" stable)
(Note: If you have resized your cache partition, you can still flash build 12A)
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12 Dec 2013
  • Android 4.4.2 (KOT49H)
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11 Dec 2013
  • Latest SGT7 commits with TableUI, more Lockscreen and Wifi settings
  • Latest CM and AOSP commits
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6 Dec 2013
  • Android 4.4.1 and latest commits (KOT49E)
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5 Dec 2013
  • More SGT7 UI features - try them yourself - go to Settings | Interface and explore the various options
  • TV Out (need testers) (Settings | Device/More | Advanced | TV)
  • Screenshots now working (Enable screenshots: Settings | Buttons | Power Menu | Screenshot.
    Take screenshot: Hold Power button and choose Screenshot)
  • Initial setup, rotation and switching between landscape and portrait modes are now smooth.
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1 Dec 2013
  • SGT7 features premier
  • Trebuchet launcher (replaces stock launcher)
  • Google Play removed from ROM
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27 Nov 2013
  • Phone/RIL/Data is up (need testers).
  • A new boot animation. (They changed it, not me!)
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22 Nov 2013
  • CM Superuser now works - SuperSU no longer required (you can still install it of course).
  • Browser app now works.
  • Latest CM commits.
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21 Nov 2013
  • Initial alpha release.
  • Expect FCs, stuff to be NOT working.
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Builds of CM-11.0:
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Read and Follow the Installation Instructions in Post #1 Carefully
  • cm-11.0 (Android 4.4.2) for P1C, 3.0.101-HumberOS-v1.54, TWRP 2.6.3.0 [12 Feb 2014]: cm-11-20140212-terenceng-p1c.zip [MD5]
  • cm-11.0 (Android 4.4.2) for P1C, 3.0.101-HumberOS-v1.54, TWRP 2.6.3.0 [26 Jan 2014]: cm-11-20140126-terenceng-p1c.zip [MD5]
  • cm-11.0 (Android 4.4.2) for P1C with No Internal SDCard, 3.0.101-HumberOS-v1.54, TWRP 2.6.3.0 [26 Jan 2014]: cm-11-20140126-terenceng-p1c-NoInternalSD.zip [MD5]
  • cm-11.0 (Android 4.4.2) for P1000/L/N, 3.0.101-HumberOS-v1.54, TWRP 2.6.3.0 [25 Jan 2014]: cm-11-20140125-terenceng-p1.zip [MD5]
  • cm-11.0 (Android 4.4.2) for P1000/L/N with No Internal SDCard, 3.0.101-HumberOS-v1.54, TWRP 2.6.3.0 [25 Jan 2014]: cm-11-20140125-terenceng-p1-NoInternalSD.zip [MD5]
  • cm-11.0 (Android 4.4.2) for P1000/L/N, 3.0.101-HumberOS-v1.54, TWRP 2.6.3.0 [24 Jan 2014]: cm-11-20140124-terenceng-p1.zip [MD5]
  • cm-11.0 (Android 4.4.2) for P1C, 3.0.101-HumberOS-v1.54, TWRP 2.6.3.0 [11 Jan 2014]: cm-11-20140111-terenceng-p1c.zip [MD5]
  • cm-11.0 (Android 4.4.2) for P1000/L/N, 3.0.101-HumberOS-v1.54, TWRP 2.6.3.0 [1 Jan 2014]: cm-11-20140101-terenceng-p1.zip [MD5]
  • cm-11.0 (Android 4.4.2) for P1000/L/N, 3.0.101-HumberOS-v1.53, TWRP 2.6.3.0 [30 Dec 2013]: cm-11-20131230-terenceng-p1.zip [MD5]
  • cm-11.0 (Android 4.4.2) for P1000/L/N, 3.0.101-HumberOS-v1.53, TWRP 2.6.3.0 [25 Dec 2013]: cm-11-20131225-terenceng-p1.zip [MD5]
  • cm-11.0 (Android 4.4.2) for P1000/L/N, 3.0.101-HumberOS-v1.52, TWRP 2.6.3.0 [20 Dec 2013]: cm-11-20131220-terenceng-p1.zip [MD5]
  • cm-11.0 (Android 4.4.2) for P1000/L/N, 3.0.101-HumberOS-v1.52, TWRP 2.6.3.0 [16 Dec 2013]: cm-11-20131216-terenceng-p1.zip [MD5]
  • cm-11.0 (Android 4.4.2) for P1000/L/N, 3.0.101-HumberOS-v1.52, TWRP 2.6.3.0 [12B Dec 2013]: (removed)
  • cm-11.0 (Android 4.4.2) for P1000/L/N, 3.0.101-HumberOS-v1.52, TWRP 2.6.3.0 [12A Dec 2013]: (removed)
  • cm-11.0 (Android 4.4.2) for P1000/L/N, 3.0.101-HumberOS-v1.52, TWRP 2.6.3.0 [12 Dec 2013]: (removed)
  • cm-11.0 (Android 4.4.1) for P1000/L/N, 3.0.101-HumberOS-v1.52, TWRP 2.6.3.0 [11 Dec 2013]: (removed)
  • cm-11.0 (Android 4.4.1) for P1000/L/N, 3.0.101-HumberOS-v1.52, TWRP 2.6.3.0 [6 Dec 2013]: (removed)
  • cm-11.0 (Android 4.4) for P1000/L/N, 3.0.101-HumberOS-v1.52, TWRP 2.6.3.0 [5 Dec 2013]: (removed)
  • cm-11.0 (Android 4.4) for P1000/L/N, 3.0.101-HumberOS-v1.52, TWRP 2.6.3.0 [1 Dec 2013]: (removed)
  • cm-11.0 (Android 4.4) for P1000/L/N, 3.0.101-HumberOS-v1.52, TWRP 2.6.3.0 [27 Nov 2013]: (no Google Play) (removed)
  • cm-11.0 (Android 4.4) for P1000/L/N, 3.0.101-HumberOS-v1.52, TWRP 2.6.3.0 [27 Nov 2013]: (with Google Play) (removed)
  • cm-11.0 (Android 4.4) for P1000/L/N, 3.0.101-HumberOS-v1.52, TWRP 2.6.3.0 [22 Nov 2013]: (removed)
  • cm-11.0 (Android 4.4) for P1000/L/N, 3.0.101-HumberOS-v1.52, TWRP 2.6.3.0 [21 Nov 2013]: (removed)

Note: builds cm-11-YYYYMMDD-terenceng-p1*-NoInternalSD.zip are for tabs with damaged internal sdcards; to use them, ensure:
1. You have a fast external micro sdcard. The speed of the system depends very much on the speed of your external sdcard.
2. Your external sdcard is ALWAYS inside your tab while it is on; do not remove it or switch sdcards during use (including while in TWRP recovery - if you want to switch sdcards, power off, switch sdcards and reboot to system or recovery).
3. Your external sdcard(s) is(are) partitioned as follows, in this order:
#1 /sdcard (fat32)
#2 /data (ext4)
#3 /cache (ext4)
To flash, just copy cm-11-YYYYMMDD-terenceng-p1*-NoInternalSD.zip to the first /sdcard partition which your computer should be able to detect, boot into recovery and flash the file. The sdcard can but do not have to contain any other files. If you can't boot into recovery with your current ROM, try flashing cm-11-TWRP_boot_p*-NoInternalSD.img first and then reboot into TWRP recovery.

Switching from Normal build to NoInternalSD build: after doing the normal install, but BEFORE booting to system, first reboot to TWRP recovery, wipe cache, dalvik-cache and data (now of your external sdcard)
Switching from NoInternalSD build to Normal build: after doing the normal install, but BEFORE booting to system, first reboot to TWRP recovery, wipe cache, dalvik-cache and data (now of your internal sdcard)
That is, YOU HAVE TO REBOOT TO RECOVERY to wipe cache, dalvik-cache and data (do not touch system) after ROM install
but BEFORE FIRST BOOT TO SYSTEM.
And, if your external sdcard is already partitioned with 3 partitons, you don't have to repartition the external sdcard regardless of which build you're going to use: for normal builds, the 2nd and 3rd partitions of the external sdcard won't be used; for NoInternalSD builds, the 2nd and 3rd partitons of the external sdcard will of course be used.

Kernels with recovery:
The following recent kernels are for P1/L/N/C flashers to get into a working recovery (CwM or TWRP) in order to flash a zip file, to revert back to a working ROM or restore a previous backup after a failure (eg. flash failure, boot-loop, non-working system/recovery, etc), or to backup/restore in another format ...
To flash, use:
heimdall flash --kernel kernel_filename if using heimdall version 1.4RC1 or earlier
OR
heimdall flash --KERNEL kernel_filename if using heimdall version 1.4 or later.
Eg. heimdall flash --KERNEL cm-11-CwM_boot_p1.img
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P1 Kernels :
P1L/P1N Kernels:
P1C Kernels:
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  • All the "hundreds" of AOSP and CyanogenMod development team members
  • cdesai, humberos, sbradymobile, and other device maintainers for the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7"
  • humberos for his outstanding HumberOS kernel
  • TeamWin development team for TWRP
  • Everyone else who participated in the development
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  • The 4.4 builds are clearly VERY NEW. Test the boot-up, system, root access, recovery, data, mobile, wifi, 3G, bluetooth,
    GPS, audio, video, camera, UI, the 4.4 features, etc.
  • Report issues you encounter. 4.4 development will inevitably proceed at a fast pace, so check for feedback by
    other users, updated builds, etc.
  • It is imperative that you don't just report a problem verbally but also submit some evidence or logs of the problem.
    Attach the logs to your posts.
  • These logs are especially useful to the developers who might be looking through the pages of this thread.
  • Grab a logcat right after the problem has occurred. (Include at least a few pages of the log, not just the last few lines)
  • If it is a random reboot, grab /proc/last_kmsg. (Do not bother getting a logcat unless you can get it just before the reboot.
    A logcat after a reboot is useless)
  • Use one of the following ways to get a logcat, dmesg and/or last_kmsg:
    • Using adb:
      Code:
         adb logcat -v long > logcat.txt (wait for a few seconds then press Ctrl + C)
         adb shell dmesg > dmesg.txt
         adb shell cat /proc/last_kmsg > last_kmsg.txt
    • Using Terminal Emulator:
      Code:
         logcat -v long > /sdcard/logcat.txt (wait for a few seconds then press Vol-Dn + C)
         dmesg > /sdcard/dmesg.txt
         cat /proc/last_kmsg > /sdcard/last_kmsg.txt
      
      	OR
      
         logcat -v long > /emmc/logcat.txt (wait for a few seconds then press Vol-Dn + C)
         dmesg > /emmc/dmesg.txt
         cat /proc/last_kmsg > /emmc/last_kmsg.txt
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