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[ROM][LP 5.1.1][30/04/2015] OmniRom Lollipop by HumberOS

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By Monfro, Senior Member on 28th February 2015, 01:21 AM
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Thanks to HumberOS now OmniRom based on Lollipop is available also for Captivate!!
So spam HumberOS thanks button!!

ORIGINAL THREAD ON XDA

HUMBEROS BLOG


OMNIROM LOLLIPOP 5.1.1:
- 30/04/2015 build by Humberos


OMNIROM LOLLIPOP 5.1:
- 16/04/2015 build by Humberos
- 01/04/2015 build port


OMNIROM LOLLIPOP 5.0.2:
- 27/02/2015 build by Humberos


NOTES:
- It will take a long time to install (install it twice,since the first time it will warn you that partition layout changes)
- It will take a long time for first boot
- Rom works really smooth without gapps.
- If you want to install gapps, use a minimal package: Devloz Gapps
- To root device install latest SuperSU zip
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28th February 2015, 01:43 AM |#2  
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If physical keys are not correctly mapped, these are correct values:

\system\usr\keylayout

aries-keypad.kl
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key 115 VOLUME_UP WAKE
key 114 VOLUME_DOWN WAKE
key 116 POWER WAKE
key 139 MENU VIRTUAL
key 172 HOME VIRTUAL
key 158 BACK VIRTUAL
key 217 SEARCH VIRTUAL

cypress-touchkey.kl
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key 139 MENU VIRTUAL
key 172 HOME VIRTUAL
key 158 BACK VIRTUAL
key 217 SEARCH VIRTUAL

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28th February 2015, 05:35 AM |#3  
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Nice!!

Gonna try it today!! Thanks Monfro and many thanks to Humberos.
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28th February 2015, 07:01 AM |#4  
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Nice!!

Gonna try it today!! Thanks Monfro.

You should thanks Humberos too, because he build lollipop in hard work
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28th February 2015, 02:28 PM |#5  
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@Monfro Does your device have issue with Back button with Lollipop ?
28th February 2015, 03:05 PM |#6  
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No. Everything works perfectly except my Home button. On home button, tapping, long press nothing works.

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No. Everything works perfectly except my Home button. On home button, tapping, long press nothing works.

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Same issue with vibrant here! We should help humberos fix it. @Monfro Any idea?
28th February 2015, 04:39 PM |#8  
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No. Everything works perfectly except my Home button. On home button, tapping, long press nothing works.

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Same issue with vibrant here! We should help humberos fix it. @Monfro Any idea?

Last Saturday I moved to a new apartment, and unfortunately I have internet only on my mobile atm. So I can't download it now.
I ported an older version to Captivate about 15-20 days ago.

The only difference between I9000, Captivate and Vibrant is key layout.
Everything else is based on I9000.
Back in time system/usr/keylayout folder had the different key versions.
From a lot of Android versions keylayout is directly coded in kernel.
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Last Saturday I moved to a new apartment, and unfortunately I have internet only on my mobile atm. So I can't download it now.
I ported an older version to Captivate about 15-20 days ago.

The only difference between I9000, Captivate and Vibrant is key layout.
Everything else is based on I9000.
Back in time system/usr/keylayout folder had the different key versions.
From a lot of Android versions keylayout is directly coded in kernel.

It mean must fix kernel will solve our problem

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1st March 2015, 12:48 AM |#10  
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To enable software buttons:
Navigate to />system>build.prop, click it to edit as text, scroll to the bottom, type the following, save and reboot.

qemu.hw.mainkeys=0
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I'm sure all you folks know that Omni supports Layers!!!

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