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15th June 2014, 07:32 AM |#41  
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Liberty and its newer siblings marvel (Wildfire S), chacha (ChaCha or Status), and icong (Salsa) have been merged into androidarmv6 ^_^
Here's the first build from the androidarmv6 jenkins, with CM Updater/OTA support:

http://goo.gl/SUanGT
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xda devdb mirror: http://forum.xda-developers.com/devd...ct/dl/?id=6889
MediaFire mirror: https://www.mediafire.com/?fww9av35wq227fs
Team-Simplicit mirror: http://www.team-simplicit.com/downlo...AL-liberty.zip


I don't think anything liberty-specific has changed except for CM Updater being added.. just upstream CM/androidarmv6 stuff.
The EXPERIMENTAL part in the filename doesn't really have any meaning - that's just how it was built.

Only marvel has been added to the build schedule so far, but I think the other devices will be added soon (I don't want to bug them about it, so I haven't asked yet).
Once that happens, jenkins will build updates weekly that will show up in the updater (Settings > About phone > CyanogenMod updates) or here
Edit: First OTA/weekly is out http://download.androidarmv6.org/_builds/liberty/

[developer stuff ahead]
With this, all of the source has moved to androidarmv6. SimplicityCM still exists, but probably will be used more for testing things or for different ROMs.
Patches can be submitted to http://review.androidarmv6.org/
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8th July 2014, 12:37 PM |#42  
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Is there any way to get more space for apps? Google play shows that there are only 30 MB left
8th July 2014, 08:33 PM |#43  
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Is there any way to get more space for apps? Google play shows that there are only 30 MB left

I think everyone on marvel uses int2ext or int2ext+ (there's apparently different versions).
I haven't tried it so don't know much about it But I do know it uses a second (ext) partition on the sdcard to put app stuff on.
This was linked a few posts ago in the marvel thread: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1716124
11th July 2014, 03:35 PM |#44  
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I think everyone on marvel uses int2ext or int2ext+ (there's apparently different versions).
I haven't tried it so don't know much about it But I do know it uses a second (ext) partition on the sdcard to put app stuff on.
This was linked a few posts ago in the marvel thread: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1716124

And here's another guide.
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12th July 2014, 10:46 PM |#45  
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Am interested in reviving two of my retired Arias to be used as webcams. I am on 2.2.3 now and Tasker is having issues/restrictions on such an old version of Android. I see the requirements are hboot 1.02, but I'm still on an older hboot. Maybe like 0.85 I think. Can someone linky me to an hboot update tutorial or thread?

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Am interested in reviving two of my retired Arias to be used as webcams. I am on 2.2.3 now and Tasker is having issues/restrictions on such an old version of Android. I see the requirements are hboot 1.02, but I'm still on an older hboot. Maybe like 0.85 I think. Can someone linky me to an hboot update tutorial or thread?

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If you are on official 2.2 from HTC, you probably already have hboot 1.02... Should be able to check by holding volume down while powering on to boot into the bootloader menu.

If not, you'll need to run the 2.2/froyo RUU (here's ones that have been mirrored, I'm assuming you have US Arias so you'll want the second Cingular one).
I don't know of a thread for instructions, but I think all you need to run it is a Windows PC and the drivers that get installed with HTC Sync.
If you don't have Windows, you can put the rom.zip from it as LIBEIMG.zip on the sdcard, and it will install when booting into the bootloader menu.

After you have 1.02, run Revolutionary to get S-OFF, then install this recovery
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13th July 2014, 01:17 AM |#47  
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If you are on official 2.2 from HTC, you probably already have hboot 1.02... Should be able to check by holding volume down while powering on to boot into the bootloader menu.

If not, you'll need to run the 2.2/froyo RUU (here's ones that have been mirrored, I'm assuming you have US Arias so you'll want the second Cingular one).
I don't know of a thread for instructions, but I think all you need to run it is a Windows PC and the drivers that get installed with HTC Sync.
If you don't have Windows, you can put the rom.zip from it as LIBEIMG.zip on the sdcard, and it will install when booting into the bootloader menu.

After you have 1.02, run Revolutionary to get S-OFF, then install this recovery

So just rename the rom.zip to LIBEIMG.zip, put it on the sdcard and reboot to bootloader?

Forgive me, as I have been away from this device and its methods for quite a while.
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So just rename the rom.zip to LIBEIMG.zip, put it on the sdcard and reboot to bootloader?

Forgive me, as I have been away from this device and its methods for quite a while.

Yep, should be fine (on the root of the sdcard, forgot to specify that)
If I remember correctly, it will confirm that you want to install it
13th July 2014, 01:39 AM |#49  
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After you have 1.02, run Revolutionary to get S-OFF, then install this recovery

I have reviewed the info on the "Revolutionary" link, but can't find any instructions. Not asking to be spoon fed, but with so many threads that say "read the instructions", I have a habit of reading all that I should before I start anything. Just don't want to waste this device.

I am, as soon as I submit this, about to run the LIBEIMG.zip on one of the devices.
13th July 2014, 01:50 AM |#50  
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I have reviewed the info on the "Revolutionary" link, but can't find any instructions. Not asking to be spoon fed, but with so many threads that say "read the instructions", I have a habit of reading all that I should before I start anything. Just don't want to waste this device.

I am, as soon as I submit this, about to run the LIBEIMG.zip on one of the devices.

There's a small guide here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1159237
But most of it is on the Revolutionary website or in the tool itself
Revolutionary installs a recovery itself, so you can skip that part of the guide (I think it was written back when it was still called AlphaRevX and didn't install a recovery)
13th July 2014, 01:33 PM |#51  
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So just rename the rom.zip to LIBEIMG.zip, put it on the sdcard and reboot to bootloader?

This worked on one device, but not the second. something about wrong image.

I have 2 Arias and believe they were both identically configured before this started. Both were on the same hboot.
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