AICP is known by everyone as Ice Cold Project that started on Desire HD and since then evolved into a mature ROM with the BEST community you can find!!!
Until Lollipop, Rom has always been AOKP based. Unfortunately, since AOKP either stopped development or will make a comeback later this year, we changed our base to CM when it comes to hardware, drivers and some features.
If there are any bugs, either we will sort them or CM team if it concerns their modifications. This rom isn't CM supported so no need to report errors or bugs to them!!
- LineageOS & CM (R.I.P.) team
- DU team
- SlimRoms team
- CarbonRom team
- LiquidSmooth rom team
- OmniRom team
- @LorD ClockaN
We are now paying for servers that build nightlies and everything that comes with it, so EVERY DONATION will really be appreciated and be used to cover those expenses.
Download link: Chagalllte AICP 12.1
Full Changelog link: goo.gl/mIgmYG
Due to the GPU driver being updated Hearthstone and other Unity games now run perfectly without the need to enable 4x MSAA in dev settings.
The following CPU Governors have been added:
- Dance Dance
What is broken?
- you tell me
OpenGApps ARM 7.0
ROMS should contain everything you need to enjoy N. You are not required to install any Add Ons, simply download the latest ROM, gapps, flash it, and go!
You are STRONGLY recommended to fully wipe your device before flashing, and if possible avoid restoring system apps and system data with Titanium Backup - these can cause stability issues that are very hard to debug. If you believe you know what you're doing - then fine, go ahead, but please don't complain if you experience strange behavior.
Addition for installing root on builds after 17/06/14:
CHANGES (READ THIS BEFORE FLASHING!)
YES. AICP is going to build rootless builds.
This change will happen during a short period of time.
I could explain the decision for that,
but that would not be understandable for all users, so i put it this way...
Going rootless means that the ROM will NOT come with any Root or SU built in anymore.
There will be no Magisk - as a buildin root solution - be provided when the user flashes the ROM zip file.
What you will have to do (If you don't do it by now):
You will have to flash a root solution of your choice (lineage-su addon, SuperSU or Magisk) by yourself after the ROM.
I will link the appropriate solutions here in this post.
First flash the ROM, then your desired root solution!
This MUST also be done on every dirty flash to ensure root is not lost!
This MUST be done, when using the OTA app too! Just add the "root" zipfile after the ROM!
What will be noticeable to the user:
1. We had to cut out some features for getting this done. Those are:
a. The SELinux switch in the dev options is gone for now.
This can also be done by other apps, if necessary.
b. The feature to flash another bootanimation from AICP Extras is gone.
You can still use a flashable ZIP from TWRP or Substratum.
c. The builtin logcat feature in AICP Extras will be gone.
Most users did not use it either as it only can store max. 400KB.
We already advised to use Catlog or Syslog Apps (both free on Play store).
Remember that both need root!
d. The builtin "System app remover" will be gone, as it required root to run.
2. You will, of course, not see Magisk Manager in the app folder, of course.
3. Remember that without a root solution some other apps e.g. Kernel Audiutor will also not work.
Whatever you choose. Lineage SU options are in dev options in settings. The others use separate Apps.
Links to tested root solutions (download from the thread):
Magisk (remember that v12 need the Manager to be flashed separately. v13 will have it buildin the flashable ZIP:
SuperSU (Use whatever works for you, stable or beta):
Lineage SU-addon (check your needed version 14.1 arm or arm64!):
LineageOS su-addons for 14.1
-> the removal zip is available here too.
[ROM][7.x N][OFFICIAL] AICP 12.1 for SM-T805, ROM for the Samsung Galaxy Tab S
Source Code: https://github.com/aicp
ROM OS Version: 7.x Nougat
ROM Kernel: Linux 3.4.x
Based On: LineageOS
Last Updated 2017-03-11