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Default [ROM][OFFICIAL] [4.4] [T0LTE] Cyanogenmod 11 nightlies

I'm not the developer but kitkat nightly is out.

ROM download: http://download.cyanogenmod.org/?type=nightly

gapps download: http://wiki.cyanogenmod.org/w/Gapps

Change log: http://changelog.bbqdroid.org/#/t0lte/next

You might experience problem with twrp so it might be better to use CWM.

Also I believe it'll be a full wipe installing the ROM the first time. Good luck.

ps. if the cm dev wants to create a new thread for this ROM, please do so and I'll ask a moderator to close/delete this one.
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here are the results of my trials earlier today. ROM is working nicely now. at least on the apps I've tried it on. Still using dalvik though.

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some tips (all my testing was done using official CWM 6.0.4.1):

1. Definitely do not use TWRP unless there's an update to 2.6.3.7. (seems TWRP could work if one use the modified version. see message below. I haven't tested this myself.)

2. using CWM and exFAT is a hit and miss. A fresh install and the ROM can't see sdcard. The only time the sdcard was detected was after a nandroid restore.. Since all the files in my SDcard is < 4GB, I can use FAT32.

3. nandroid restore = no mobile connection for me. this was fixed by reflashing the even if it's the same nightly (example: say I made a nandroid backup of 17-Dec nightly ROM. due to having messed up stuff, I decided to restore my backup. as said above, this will result in no mobile connection. but if I reflashed the zip file for 17-Dec nightly, this will fix the problem)

4. the hangouts included in the gapps (See link above to CM wiki) resulted in FCs when trying to make a video call. this was fixed by uninstalling hangouts using titanium and reinstalling it via the playstore.

5. I believe all official recoveries need updating to support 4.4 properly.

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original message is below. you can see the problems I've encountered during testing.


just flashed the nightly for t0lte using TWRP 2.6.3.7 and somehow it can't see my SIM. Will be flashing again using latest CWM (6.0.4.1 as of now).

initial observations:
1. NTFS work on SD cards
2. 2 launchers are present (launcher and launcher3)
3. looks better than Jb (it could be placebo effect because kitkat is new)

update: definitely use CWM at least for t0lte. ROM has recognized my SIM.

update2: been playing around with the ROM and when I tried to access my NTFS-formatted SDcard, it cannot see. I had no problems at all with my SDcard using TWRP. I can even browse the folders inside it using file manager. I also had a problem with the built-in hangouts and video chat. I'm getting FCs.

update3: restoring from CWM nandroid backup = no cellular/mobile connect. Can't even call anyone.

update4: update to update3. I did lose cellular/mobile connectivity (phone can't find sim) BUT it can recognize my NTFS-formatted sdcard now!

update5: removing hangouts via titanium and then reinstalling the playstore version, I can make a video call.

update6: restore from nandroid (which gives me a working NTFS-formatted sdcard) and then reflashed the ROM. I got mobile signal but no sdcard. I guess I can always format it at as FAT32 which I'm doing now.
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update3: restoring from CWM nandroid backup = no cellular/mobile connect. Can't even call anyone.

update4: update to update3. I did lose cellular/mobile connectivity (phone can't find sim) BUT it can recognize my NTFS-formatted sdcard now!
Keep us posted. Would love to know how to sort out the data connection/sim issues before I flash.

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Keep us posted. Would love to know how to sort out the data connection/sim issues before I flash.

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gave up on making an NTFS-formatted sdcard work on a new flash. I'm formatting my sdcard now to FAT32. It'll probably be fixed down the road.

and I think flashing the ROM after restoring from nandroid backup will bring back mobile signal. At least that's my conclusion. But I do get a signal only if I use CWM.
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Yea twrp 2.3.6.7 is buggy. Look for twrp 2.3.6.1, it's modified and will work with cellular signal. Keep us posted.
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The modded twrp is linked on one of the last pages in the beanstalk thread iirc

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updated 2nd post to give some tips on how to install ROM properly. seems to be working nicely now. That said, I don't have much app/games installed on my phone compared to my tablet (50-60 apps on the phone compared to 90+ on the tablet. mostly games).

a sample list of apps installed on phone are dashclock, lightflow, dynamicnotifications, various messaging. various Google apps and 1 game.
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Installed with latest CWM and Data works great, no issues with Calls / LTE etc.

ROM seems really good so far, using Google's OK Google is fun but does tend to drain the battery faster, that said I will switch to a different kernel as I miss Viper so will most likely go with Devil, hopefully it helps with the battery.

I've never had an issue with CWM, I upgraded to the latest version using ROM Manager.

My tip for flashing is to always wipe perform a full wipe plus Cache, Davlik and System before flashing and Cache, Davlik after.

Miss some features / tweaks from other Roms but I know that CM is the best stock experience out there so no problems there.

IMO no issues running as a daily driver.
 
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Proximity sensor not working. Is it just me or...?

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I had problems to are you running any other kernels or are you on the stock one?

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