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[ROM][UB][4.4.4][W24-S3][XperiaSTE Team] CyanogenMod 11.0

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Default [ROM][UB][4.4.4][W24-S3][XperiaSTE Team] CyanogenMod 11.0



CyanogenMod is a free, community built, aftermarket firmware distribution of Android 4.4 (KitKat), which is designed to increase performance and reliability over stock Android for your device.

Code:
#include 
/*
* 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.
*/
CyanogenMod is based on the Android Open Source Project with extra contributions from many people within the Android community. It can be used without any need to have any Google application installed. You will need to provide your own Google Applications package (gapps). CyanogenMod does still include various hardware-specific code, which is also slowly being open-sourced anyway.

Installation:
1. Download ROM zip and GApps zip.
2. Boot into recovery.
3. Wipe data and cache.
4. Flash ROM zip.
5. Flash GApps zip. You must flash gapps after every upgrade to CM11 since /system is formatted, wiping your previous add-ons.
6. Reboot.

ROM:
You can find weekly CM11 builds for Xperia U here
You can find stable CM11 builds for Xperia U here

GApps:
LINK

What's working:
RIL
Front and rear Camera
Torch
Mobile Data
Microphone
Audio
GPS
Vibration
Auto Brightness
SD Card
Airplane Mode
LEDs
WiFi
Auto Rotation
Tethering
CWM touch recovery
OMX
Rear Camera Video Recording
Bluetooth
WiFi Direct
Reboot to Recovery

Not working:
A2DP
FM radio
OMX bugged

Changelog:
Code:
Weekly 24 (2014-09-14):
- TWRP updated to version 2.8 
- CyanogenMod 11.0 sources updated to 2014/09/14

Weekly 23 (2014-09-07):
- CyanogenMod 11.0 sources updated to 2014/09/07

Weekly 22 (2014-08-31):
- Some fixes
- Xperia STE logo on Settings is back
- CyanogenMod 11.0 sources updated to 2014/08/31

Weekly 21 (2014-08-24):
- Some fixes
- CyanogenMod 11.0 sources updated to 2014/08/24

Weekly 20 (2014-08-17):
- CyanogenMod 11.0 sources updated to 2014/08/17

Weekly 19 (2014-08-10):
- Bluez updated to version 5.22
- TWRP updated
- CyanogenMod 11.0 sources updated to 2014/08/10

Build 18 (2014-08-02):
- TWRP updated
- Fixed receiving of all types of files via Bluetooth
- libmedia with audio parameter
- New audio resampler
- Testing sco audio blob for Bluetooth
- Updated CM 11 Sources to 2014/08/03

Build 17 (2014-07-27):
- Kernel bootrec fix (Recovery fix)
- Updated CM 11 Sources to 2014/07/27

Build 16 (2014-07-20):
- Updated CM 11 Sources to 2014/07/20

Build 14/15 (2014-07-13):
- Some fixes (probably)
- Updated CM 11 Sources to 2014/07/13

Build 13 (2014-07-06):
- Goodbye OTA Updater ! Hello OpenDelta ! :)
- Netflix fix
- Updated CM 11 Sources to 2014/07/06

Build 12 (2014-06-29):
- We use TWRP now !
- Update kernel toolchain
- Updated CM 11 Sources to 2014/06/29

Build 11 (2014-06-22):
- Latest Android 4.4.4
- BlueZ updated to 5.20
- TowelRoot patch
- XperiaSTE logo in Settings/about phone
- CM 11 Sources updated to 2014/06/22

Build 10 (2014-06-15):
- Improve Audio effects 
- Allow EGL hibernation 
- Fix bootanimation stutters 
- Add 1024 free extra kbytes (RAM)
- Enable zRAM (64MB) 
- Read only 1 page cluster at a time
- Enable option to wake device using volume rocker 
- Start Dalvik with a low memory footprint 
- Re-enable JIT cache 
- Decrease minimum brightness avalaible 
- Updated CM 11 Sources to 2014/06/15

Build 9 (2014-06-08):
- Android 4.4.3
- CWM 6.0.4.9
- Fixed video recording
- Reduced animation scales to 0.75
- Adapted RIL to STE
- Added stereo widening effect
- Improved rotation time
- Restored original autobrightness speed
- Deferred KSM timer enabled
- Built with Google GCC 4.8
- Patches from AOSX
- New OTA Updater Logo 
- Updated CM 11 Sources to 2014/06/08

Build 8 (2014-06-01):
- Fixed games Force Close
- Updated ArchiDroid Optimizations to V3
- Changed build type: eng to userdebug
- Updated BlueZ to 5.19
- OMX updates
- Added initial F2FS support
- Made keyboard service persistent
- Added Battery LED control in Settings
- Tuned ActivityManager & LMK to allow more memory to be used by processes
- Fixed LED on boot
- Fixed Reboot to Recovery 
- Updated CM 11 Sources to 2014/06/01

Build 7 (2014-05-21):
- System compiled with Linaro GCC 4.8
- Kernel compiled with Linaro 4.9.1 toolchain (optimized for Cortex A9 - Thanks @Christopher83)
- Optimized flags (Thanks @JustArchi)
- Updated CM 11 Sources to 2014/05/21

Build 6 (2014-05-17):
- Fix memory leaks
- Xperia STE bootsplash
- Updated cm-11 Sources to 2014/05/17

Build 5 (2014-05-13):
- SystemUI hangs fixed
- Updated cm-11 Sources to 2014/05/13

Build 4 (2014-05-08):
- Less memory leaks
- Some new video/audio codecs
- Updated CM 11 Sources to 2014/05/08

Build 3 (2014-05-06):
- Device tree, kernel and vendor updated from AOSX (thanks to AOSX team)
- Adapt gralloc, copybit, hwcomposer, stelpcutils, memtrack from sources 
- BlueZ updated to 5.18 (Full Stable FTP)
- Fix call via bluetooth
- CWM touch Recovery 6.0.4.8 (updated)
- Updated cm-11 Sources to 5/6/2014
- OTA integrated in Settings > About (and deleted from launcher)

Build 2 (2014-05-02):
- Updated CM11 sources
- Fixed status bar reboots
- RAM management and performance improved
- WiFi passwords keeped after reboot
- App2SD working after reboot
- OTA Updater added

Build 1 (2014-04-29):
- Updated CM11 sources
- CWM Recovery 6.0.4.8
Credits:
CyanogenMod Team
FreeXperia Project Team
munjeni and 95A31 for their awesome work on our phones and for fixing bugs, thank you
MaclawStudio and AOSX Team
XperiaSTE Team
HubDroid For OpenDelta and Build Server


Sources:
You can find all sources at our GitHub.

CyanogenMod 11.0 Sources changelog:
http://review.cyanogenmod.org/#/q/status:merged+branch:cm-11.0,n,z

About feedback:
We always welcome any kind of feedback, but if you report a bug, please, do it in a proper way, make a full detailed description about how to reproduce that bug, explain which add-ons you installed, tell us if you wiped cache and dalvik-cache or if you made a clean install, also, is very helpful to attach a logcat reproducing that bug, here you have a great guide about how to report a bug and take a logcat


How to install CyanogenMod 11 as a second ROM


PS: If you want builds and projects more often in the future, help us to rent our HubDroid build server with the Donate button, thank you!



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[ROM][UB][4.4.4][XperiaSTE Team] CyanogenMod 11.0 for Xperia U, ROM for the Sony Xperia P

Contributors
Gava97, Garcia98, Info4Geek
ROM OS Version: 4.4.x KitKat
ROM Kernel: Linux 3.0.x
ROM Firmware Required: Unlocked Bootloader
Based On: CyanogenMod

Version Information
Status: Stable
Current Stable Version: Stable 3
Stable Release Date: 2014-09-17
Current Beta Version: Weekly 24
Beta Release Date: 2014-09-14

Created 2014-05-27
Last Updated 2014-09-18
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i need testers
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Is google apps for kitkat available?
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i don't see it
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i am coming !

Is google apps for kitkat available?
http://goo.im/gapps
i don't see it
Use PA 4.4 gapps for now.

https://plus.google.com/app/basic/st...gjdub1zm1up4ng

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Doesn't system ui fc?
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Doesn't system ui fc?
com.android.systemui & Cyanogenmod acount has stopped
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Setup and full installation ...

Full installation

Make sure your bootloader is unlocked !!!

- Download rom and gapps
- Extract from the .zip the boot.img (place it wherever you want [[in desktop recommended]]
- Open flashtool
- Click on the flash icon : "Fastboot mode"
- A popup should appear ...

Select "" Select kernel to flash "" and choose the boot.img in the place you extracted it
Now boot into cwm (press continuosly volume down button)

- Wipe data
- Wipe cache
- Wipe dalvik cache
- Install zip >>> choose rom >>> Install >>> Wait installation finishes
- Install zip >>> choose gapps >>> Install >>> Wait installation finishes
- Reboot

Setup it !

- Nothing for nowww...not bootin

Current Explaination of what works and doesn't work

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Sources

- All our sources are on github !

Kernel := http://www.github.com/XperiaNovathor...ernel_xperiago (thanks munjeni !)
Device tree := http://www.github.com/XperiaNovathor...e_sony_kumquat
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It is booting, but after that only: com.android.systemui & Cyanogenmod acount has stopped
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It's not usable yet! (This thread is pointless yet...)

Well, at least, mounting usb through cwm is finally working!
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So same problem FC Status bar and CyanogenMod account now i trying to remove it for get more info about ram etc..

---------- Post added at 08:08 PM ---------- Previous post was at 07:59 PM ----------

Where i can found systemUI in this zip. ??


so when i deleted CMacount.apk is stay FC SystemUI and now is geting launcher3.spk so you need to fix FC all app
 
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Something is causing apps to crash...

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