Installation (tested only with linux) :
- reboot into SDE menu and under "Format System" perform a "Reset Android & Storage" to clear all data of previous installations (this is really important for the first installation. Updating a existing installation (same major version) doesn't require this step !).
- reboot into SDE menu and under Developer Edition Menu -> "Export Data Partition"
- mount this usb drive
sudo mkdir <Mount_Path>/local sudo cp archos.ext4.update <Mount_Path>/local/archos.ext4 sudo sync sudo umount <Mount_Path>
- reboot into SDE menu and under Developer Edition Mernu , Flash Kernel and Initramfs : copy zImage and initramfs.cpio.lzo on the new driver that appears on desktop/laptop
- Wait for reboot your devices : after reboot you can see Android prepares the system for a while .....be patient at least ~20 minutes for the first run!
!!Update!!: If you have already installed CM12.0 then it may possible that you don't have to delete the data partition. You only have to copy the kernel/initramfs and ext4 file. I use the command for the last step:
adb push archos.ext4.update /data/media/ && adb reboot
- ------------ since 16_12_2015-16_26_24 -------------
- Added usual CM updates. -> Also this release include the latest security fixes.
- ------------ since 05_08_2015-05_48_32 -------------
- Added usual CM updates. (See included changelog for details) -> Also this release include the latest security fixes.
- Added the 99Performance file from BlackGunZ Big thanks!
- ------------ since 31_05_2015-19_39_10 -------------
- Added usual CM updates. (See included changelog for details)
- Add *some* memory improvements, suggested by trevd (big thanks!)
- *Maybe last release*
- ------------ since 23_04_2015-22_05_13 -------------
- Initial release.
- Re-Enabled Non-PIE Support to support the gps module.
Rebuild: All used revisions for this release are stored in a separate folder in the archive.
Archos Control Panel App from @mordesku: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...2&postcount=88
Thanks: @stargo @Hashcode @trevd
@CM community @all the cool omap4 hackers where I taken some code and inspirations !!!
Without these peoples, It would not so easy to make some (working) builds of the CM-12.1.
Archos G9 CyanogenMod 12.1, ROM for the Archos Gen9
ROM OS Version: 5.1.x Lollipop
ROM Kernel: Linux 3.0.x
Based On: Cyanogenmod
Last Updated 2015-04-24