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Hi all!

So, I don't own a tilapia, and I don't know anyone that does, but I build ROMs for fun and wanted to cover a base not already covered!


Today I have for you a pure AOSP build for Tilapia (Nexus 7 2012 3G)

Flashing instructions
Code:
1) Backup Everything  I MEAN EVERYTHING! THIS WIPES INTERNAL SD
---YOUR WARANTY IS NOW VOID. THIS INCLUDED NO GUARANTEES---
2) Reboot into fastboot
3) run "fastboot -w update tilapia-lollipop.zip"
4) Boot into the ROM and run through setup
5) Download the Gapps and the fix zip from below to the device
6) Reboot into fastboot
7) run "fastboot flash recovery twrp.img" (or "fastboot boot twrp.img"
8) Flash gapps.zip and the fix zip
9) Reboot and report back
WHAT WORKS?
Code:
Confirmed:
Boots
Wifi
Data

Not complained about yet:
Sound
Bluetooth
NFC
Camera
Video Playback (Yes this could be an issue on some devices, but I doubt this one)
etc,
NOT WORKING
Code:
Data Works now. Flash the fix in the next post
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8th November 2014, 04:20 AM |#2  
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Downloads!

ROM:
V 1.0

Data Fix zip thanks @rjwil1086


GApps Thank @hema for these and @sykopompos for pointing me to them

Source: Google AOSP Source (android-5.0.0_r2)
Proprietary Blobs: 4.4.4 blobs with one small edit (one file changed locations back in 4.3 and the blobs were never updated...I don't recall the file or the location change, but I posted about it in the grouper 5.0 AOSP thread)
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FAQ

I CANT FLASH ROOT WTF MAN?!?
It will bootloop if I'm not mistaken
Don't flash root yet


WOAH WHERE'S MY RECOVERY?!?!?
You need root to remove the script that installs the stock Nexus recovery each time you boot up the device

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Quote:
Originally Posted by ajbiz11

FAQ

I CANT FLASH ROOT WTF MAN?!?
It will bootloop if I'm not mistaken
Don't flash root yet

WOAH WHERE'S MY RECOVERY?!?!?
You need root to remove the script that installs the stock Nexus recovery each time you boot up the device

Get me (nonalcoholic) beer: [email protected]
I do this in my spare time around school, music production, and my social life. (I'm only 16 and try to have one of those...unsuccessfully)

Root works with the modified kernel.
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=56530439

I have the grouper version on my tilapia now. I'll try a dirty flash first.
I'll keep you posted on the progress.
Thanks for the built.
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Thumbs up GOOD!
It's good!
My 3G doesn't work...
What's wrong??
But WiFi is OK

Thank for your sharing ^_^!
8th November 2014, 11:15 AM |#6  
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Baseband not found, new radio lollipop?
Performance is amazing!!!
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Quote:
Originally Posted by doiutzu

Root works with the modified kernel.
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=56530439

I have the grouper version on my tilapia now. I'll try a dirty flash first.
I'll keep you posted on the progress.
Thanks for the built.

I cant imagine that a grouper kernel would work on tilapia for data
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Originally Posted by zxc490710

It's good!
My 3G doesn't work...
What's wrong??
But WiFi is OK

Thank for your sharing ^_^!

I kinda figured RIL would be broken
IIRC, lollipop changed a lot about how networking works for mobile data

Can someone grab me a logcat and a dmesg? (I believe dmesg might actually need root, but I ask that you get me at least a logcat on the stock kernel, dmesg if you can, and then both with a modified root kernel)
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Originally Posted by Fransis88

Baseband not found, new radio lollipop?
Performance is amazing!!!

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You can't really use benchmark apps, as they haven't been optimized for ART, especially the newest changes that have come about

That, and benchmarks are just numbers that never reflect real world performance
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I cant imagine that a grouper kernel would work on tilapia for data

I don't have data now. just Wi-Fi. Lollipop is more important for me😁
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Originally Posted by doiutzu

I don't have data now. just Wi-Fi. Lollipop is more important for me😁

Well, if you can flash the stock kernel and get me a logcat, I could get working on getting data working again
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Hey - I compiled the AOSP source from Google as well and my RIL isn't working. Here is my dmesg and logcat. The dmesg shows it isn't seeing the SIM card. I used the precompiled kernel that was with the source.
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