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This thread will index all tutorials, drivers, utilities, firmware and flash tools specific to the iberry Auxus Nuclea N2

Worklog and updates:
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  • Repartition /DATA mod app added
  • CM11 based stock rom added
  • MyUI ROM added
  • MIUI ROM added
  • Stock ROM backup uploaded
  • Various recoveries prepared and tested by me posted
  • Linked various tutorials.
  • MODs coming soon
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Chinaphonearena for his work on the H9008
Chinese developers of MLAIS MX69T Pro.

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STEP 1 - ROOT

[ROOT] One click root tool for Auxus Nuclea N2

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2. STOCK ROM & NVRAM BACKUP

It is highly recommended to make a backup just in case things go wrong.

An NVRAM backup is needed in case you lose your imei, something which Mediatek based phones are notorious for.








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3. RECOVERY





I have prepared and tested the following recoveries:
  • Stock_recovery.zip (the thing which came preloaded on your phone. Haven't used it so don't know what it does. For warranty purpose )

Extract and copy the recovery.img of your choice here to your sdcard/internal storage

Install mobile uncle tool. Take an IMEI backup for future purposes.

From the Recovery Update option, select and install the recovery.img you want to flash and reboot to recovery.

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4. MOD

Repartition

Be sure to backup all your data before doing this as you may permanently lose it.

Instead of giving you the EBR files, here is a simpler method of getting a cool 6GB /DATA partition for installing all your apps and games on the internal storage by repartitioning and reducing the size of the internal sdcard.

Install the app below (needs root access to run)
http://d-h.st/0RI3
App Credit: anzhuo365.com

Select the desired size of your /DATA partition as depicted and commit it (may be tricky since the app is in Chinese)


Reboot into recovery and do a factory reset. You will have to format data and cache and/or reinstall recovery if it gets messed up. Additionally, you may need to reinstall your rom through cwm.

I have already used it on my phone and it is working perfectly.

As you can see in the screenshot above you will get 6GB internal data (6442 MB) and never again need to worry about moving apps to sdcard and they would load fast too. Also simplifies backups.

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Splash/boot images cwm recovery flashable

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5. ROMs

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Thanks for all the effort put into this device.

I am about to buy this phone in the next 1-2 days, and it is reassuring that this phone has a following in the XDA forums.

I will be eagerly following your progress and implement your tutorials.

May I request you to add a brief (or in depth if you can) review of your personal experience ( I don't mean technical specs) with the phone in the 2 days you have used it ?

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Its not even been 24 hours since I have had this phone. Haven't even peeled off the manufacturer's film with all the stupid logos from the screen. Hence, it is too early for me to comment.

However, I have had no issue as yet with the phone and it is working flawlessly.

Would have wanted a capacitive touch home button and the button backlighting is crappy. The display is a very bright and I have heard of people having battery issues but I haven't really used it much to really say with any certainty.

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[QUOTE= I have heard of people having battery issues but I haven't really used it much to really say with any certainty.

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Yes, I've heard about poor battery life too ...

I even read somewhere that the 3500 mAH rating of the battery is fake; that it's actually 1600 mAH ?

Also, in the video reviews it seems the phone boots up in a couple of seconds. That looked amazing.

---------- Post added at 11:21 PM ---------- Previous post was at 11:01 PM ----------

FRom reading user feedback on iBerry's facebook page, it seems the Nuclea N2 is actually a rebranded MLAIS 69T Pro,

Also known as: HERO H9008


Here are some links:

http://www.chinapadmall.com/mlais-mx69-pro

http://www.etotalk.com/mlais-mx69-pro_p4917.html

Some informative forum threads:

http://www.chinaphonearena.com/forum...008-Star-H9008


There is already a thread on XDA for Hero H9008 - I think the hard work has already been done. :

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2655593[COLOR="Silver"]


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Yep, I have compared the scatters with the Mlais 69T and it only differs slightly in the partition sizes.

Some of the MX69T ports for H9008 have camera errors ("Couldn't connect to camera") which I have fixed for the N2 using dsixda's kitchen

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