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[ROM] [DISCUSSION] Official Mokee Rom Releases [6.0.1] [GT-I9100]

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By noppy22, Forum Moderator on 15th January 2016, 06:11 AM
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First I want to say I didn't build this rom, or have anything to do with Mokee Open Source. Any bug reports or feature requests should be directed to Mokee developers.

I only started this thread to provide a link to the roms, as they are not available on xda until now, and a lot of users may not be aware they are still around.

Personally I have found this rom to be very stable, with some nice features.

Links:
Mokee Official Site

Mokee on Google+

Changelog

Bug Tracker

Official Rom Releases
http://download.mokeedev.com/?device=i9100


Recommended Gapps
Open Gapps


Warning(particularly for MM builds): If you try to flash gapps, you will probably find it won't fit on the stock /system partition. In this case you will need to repatition - Repartitioning guide.
Make sure you choose a pit file that increases /system and not just /data(eg, I91001GB_4GB.pit)

Alternatively use Lanchon's re-pitting tool if you want to avoid losing your data

If you want to donate to Mokee and make their life a bit easier(donations will go towards bandwidth etc),
you can donate HERE

Instructions
1. Wipe data/factory reset(from KK compatible recovery)
2. Format /system
3. Flash rom
4. Flash gapps(optional)
5. Flash isorec recovery(for MM, see below), you only need to do this once
6. Reboot

Credits
- Mokee Developers
- CyanogenMod
- AOSP
- SlimRoms
- OmniRoms

Note: Now that Marshmallow(6.x.x) has been released, a warning for anyone flashing these latest nightlies. The kernel(isorec CM kernel) comes bundled with CM recovery, which is more or less useless. If you want a working recovery, you will need to flash the rom, followed by gapps(if you want play store), followed by an isorec recovery from HERE
Be sure to flash either CWM or TWRP for i9100. It is obvious from the name of the file.
And read about Isorec if you are not sure.


Thank you to @Troubadour666 for the Youtube review
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15th January 2016, 08:47 AM |#2  
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Thank you @noppy22 for starting this thread. I had been downloading the ROM from G+ but the added benefit of a thread here on xda means that you have fellow S2 users to discuss problems etc with. Thank you again mate.
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downloading....
thx for share
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Thank you for the rom....downloading
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@noppy22 Have you run Mokee using Lanchons iso-Rec kernel and arnabs Twrp recovery? If so, how did it run?
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Quote:
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@noppy22 Have you run Mokee using Lanchons iso-Rec kernel and arnabs Twrp recovery? If so, how did it run?

Mokee has already got my twrp recovery as I supplied it to them back in june 2015
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@arnab Thank you.
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@noppy22 Have you run Mokee using Lanchons iso-Rec kernel and arnabs Twrp recovery? If so, how did it run?

I've only run it with stock kernel. The only thing I changed(with Kernel Audiutor) was i/o scheduler to row. I suspect any cm12.1 compatible kernel will work. I might give one of Lanchons trim kernels a go in the next day or so

Edit: I tried the last trim/twrp kernel and got bootloop on 160102 build....
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I've only run it with stock kernel. The only thing I changed(with Kernel Audiutor) was i/o scheduler to row. I suspect any cm12.1 compatible kernel will work. I might give one of Lanchons trim kernels a go in the next day or so

Hi mate, I tried Lanchons isoRec kernel when flashing and it bootlooped. Xposed failed to flash for me too.
Thanks for getting back to me.
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Hi mate, I tried Lanchons isoRec kernel when flashing and it bootlooped. Xposed failed to flash for me too.
Thanks for getting back to me.

I just edited my post, lol. Not sure whether maybe an AOSP kernel like DragonKernel might work, I'll upgrade tomorrow and give it a go...
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Hi,

in one pass, rom + open pico gapps + xpose v79 sdk22 flashed ok
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