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Default [ROM] [4.4.2][220MB][CM11][Feb21] CyanogenMod 11

CyanogenMod 11 for Nexus One!
Fits on 220mb HBOOT!

New in 2/21 release:
  • Gesture typing fixed!
  • CM sources updated. Nothing huge.




Overview:
  • Built with minimal changes to CM sources, except for:
    • Slimming
    • Trackball wake, with checkbox option in Settings -> Buttons
  • This is my first rom, be nice please!

Installation:
If you don't know what hboot is, please read this first: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1270589
If you want ART or keyboard with more languages, see 2nd post first.
  1. HBOOT /system size 220 (I recommend cache at 10mb)
  2. Wipe data. This must be done before flashing zips if you want Mounts2SD to work properly, as Mounts2SD's zip writes to /data.
  3. Install ROM. Download here.
  4. (Optional but highly recommended) Install ext script such as Mounts2SD (see attachments) - you will need an ext partition on your SD card. TWRP also seems to not like Mounts2SD. CWM and 4EXT seem to work fine for me.
  5. Optional: flash other mods from second post. Hopefully you followed the instructions and don't need to reflash everything after a change in hboot.

Known Bugs:
  • QuickReply in Messaging causes reboot. (Just don't use Quick Reply I guess - I am trying to look into a fix.)
  • Evervolv base
    • HWA video recording/playback not working
    • wifi tethering not happy - only works on no password
    • native USB tethering - use apk in attachments
  • High power Torch not working - turns off after 1 second.
  • Keyboard
    • If system language is set away from English because of SIM card, keyboard will crash. Take sim card out until installing Google Keyboard and setting it as default.
  • I myself am having some trouble downloading large applications, not sure where this problem is from
  • Selecting MTP/PTP in USB settings FC
Everything else working!

Big thanks to:
  • Evervolv - device/kernel/other repos. They're the guys that keep the old Nexus One going 4 years after it came out.
  • CyanogenMod
  • WoH, csytracy who helped me earlier on
  • dk_zero-cool, for mounts2sd.
  • tommypacker, who unintentionally motivated me to get this working after he said he would do it. (Beat him to it! )
Some of my sources are available on github: https://github.com/parkedraccoon/and...ce_htc_passion
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File Type: apk wired_tether_1_4.apk - [Click for QR Code] (268.4 KB, 364 views)
File Type: zip Mounts2SD.zip - [Click for QR Code] (2.26 MB, 1282 views)
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Flashable Mods
Some require different sized hboots, some do not.

Sounds
A few have requested more sound effects. Unlike most flashable zips, this one extracts to sd card. (I hadn't seen this before, have you? Anyways, it works.) That means that you only need to flash it once, unless you wipe your SD card. You also can extract it manually; /media should be at root of sdcard.
Download here.

Alternate M2SD
In some cases, the main Mounts2SD zip provided does not work properly. I have an older zip that uses an Aroma installer for those who have problems with the main Mounts2SD.
Download here. This is the same file as provided in my Carbon thread.

LatinIME.zip in attachments: More languages in keyboard
Installation requirements: hboot extra 10mb. (So 230 if just keyboard, 250 if used with ART) Otherwise follow directions in first post.
If you would like a keyboard with more languages than just English, flash this. This will not fix gesture typing.

cmpassion_art.zip in attachments: ART Runtime
Installation requirements: hboot extra 20 mb and Mounts2SD are required. Follow instructions below instead of ones in first post.
ART is not guaranteed to work. It seems to provide slight improvements in multitasking.
Steps to enable ART:
  1. Wipe data (the normal factory reset option)
  2. Did you resize your /system to 240?
  3. Flash rom/Mounts2SD.
  4. Flash art-compatible GAPPS - same as those used with Evervolv. (Download here.)
  5. Flash cmpassion-art.zip attached to this post.
  6. Reboot to system. The more apps you install at this point before enabling ART, the longer it will take.
  7. Select ART runtime in developer options.
  8. On reboot, be patient. It can take a while to boot. And then it'll take a while to rebuild the ART-cache (?).

Old versions:

12/16 release: http://d-h.st/m4W

1/4/14: regular slim
  • attempt at fixing quick settings torch does not seem to work
  • changes applied from Evervolv tree, mostly under the hood things
  • CM sources updated - was built soon after M2 so it's probably similar
  • slim version added

1/11/14 link http://d-h.st/yZm
  • 220 mb hboot
  • gapps included
  • CM sources updated - sliding brightness is back
  • Email/Exchange back in
  • Camera fixed!
  • Torch in Quick Settings fixed
  • New Mounts2SD zip available. Previous one didn't actually enable dalvik.
  • Theoretical ART compatibility removed.
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Nexus One #2: CarbonRom KitKat
LG Phoenix (my alarm clock): hephappy's genetICS 9.1.5 CM9, arjen's p505 kernel
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Sweet. I'll probably give this a shot at some point soon. Nice work!

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Very stupid question here.

At the moment I'm on CM7 nightly 20130301. Can I backup everything including settings etc. change the hboot install this CM here and when it does not fit me change the hboot back and restore the complete backup?

The system should be 275. The rest just for data or a little bit cache?

Also EMail is not in the package per se or is the normal mail client in it?

When I resize the partition to around 380 MB would it be possible to install the whole gapps from here http://wiki.cyanogenmod.org/w/Gapps
or is this just a waste of space?
 
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Flashing this ROM after having problems with TexasIce's KitKat ROM.

So far so good. I haven't been able to install m2SD successfully however. It gives me an error 2 in TWRP.
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Nice work. Unfortunately the extended desktop does not work. Any fix for this?

---------- Post added at 08:55 PM ---------- Previous post was at 08:52 PM ----------

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When I resize the partition to around 380 MB would it be possible to install the whole gapps from here http://wiki.cyanogenmod.org/w/Gapps
or is this just a waste of space?
FullGapps needs about 345. I did just that to enable "Ok Google".

Edit: Just found a solution for extended desktop. Obviously its just the checkbox in settings that does nothing. Installed Secure Settings app and now I have a nice icon on my homescreen that toggles expanded desktop.

Can we have art in one of the next releases? In evervolv iit works, doesn't it?

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I haven't been able to install m2SD successfully however. It gives me an error 2 in TWRP.
Thats because there is no /sd-ext directory in rootfs. It has to be created at every boot because its missing from the ramdisk.
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Copy 05mountext and 10apps2sd to /system/etc/init.d/ and chmod them 755. Copy a2sd to /system/bin/. Give permission to execute too.
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a2sd install


Edit: Just found that extended desktop can be toggled from power menu. Sorry to the Dev.
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Very stupid question here.

At the moment I'm on CM7 nightly 20130301. Can I backup everything including settings etc. change the hboot install this CM here and when it does not fit me change the hboot back and restore the complete backup?
Yes, theoretically. If you return to stock hboot you should be able to restore a nandroid backup, as long as you aren't using any sort ext tool. (on cm7)

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The system should be 275. The rest just for data or a little bit cache?
I usually use about 10 for cache - usually gets moved to ext anyways.

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Also EMail is not in the package per se or is the normal mail client in it?
That's what the zip attached is for. You'll probably need a /system size of 283 for it to fit.

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Can we have art in one of the next releases? In evervolv iit works, doesn't it?
I didn't realize that it had been theoretically readded into Evervolv. It may work, I'll try it myself and update the OP on what the results are.
edit: looks like I need to dig deeper and rebuild the rom - seems ART wasn't built into the rom. I'll look into it.

edit2: OP has been edited with larger Hboot size.

edit3: OP edited with different m2sd. The aroma installer doesn't work on TWRP.
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ParkRaccoon, good job so far on the ROM. No crazy results and so far things have been relatively stable on my end. Battery life is reasonable as to be expected from such a device.
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Can the background be disabled so that the mem usage is a bit lower

Also what can I put on the sd-ext partition. At the moment I have applications, System Apps and Data active. Should the dalvik be on the ext, too?

Also the ZRAM option should it higher or set to disabled also the swapiness.

I know, i know stupid questions. Sorry.

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