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[I815/P6800/P6810] CyanogenMod 9 (08/12/2012)

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By locerra, Senior Member on 12th March 2012, 12:35 PM
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I've started porting CyanogenMod 9 to the Galaxy Tab 7.7. Do not flash this unless you know how to backup your data and especially unless you know how to get back to stock. If you don't already know how to do this, you might want to familiarize yourself with the process now, while the developers try to stablize CM9. I don't have time to help people unbrick their devices, and will not take responsibility for any user bricking their device, you flash this at your own risk.

If you are a developer interested in helping out with the porting effort, please PM me.

Known Issues
  • HDMI dongle doesn't work
  • Some USB keyboards aren't working
  • I815: CDMA and LTE isn't enabled
  • I815: GPS doesn't work
  • I815: Autobrightness is broken
Download
Google apps can be found at http://goo.im/gappsOld
Flash
Flash from ClockworkMod Recovery, make sure to wipe data/factory reset. No whining if it eats your homework.

Build Instructions
Setup a standard CyanogenMod 9 build environment (there are plenty of tutorials on the web already on how to do this). Then
  1. Add add the following entries to your local manifest
    Code:
    <project path="device/samsung/XXX"
        name="ohanar/android_device_samsung_XXX" 
        revision="ics"
        remote="github" />
    <project path="device/samsung/smdk4210-tab"
        name="ohanar/android_device_samsung_smdk4210-tab" 
        revision="ics"
        remote="github" />
    <project path="kernel/samsung/smdk4210-tab"
        name="ohanar/android_kernel_samsung_smdk4210-tab"
        revision="ics"
        remote="github" />
    where you replace XXX with your device (i815, p6200, p6210, p6800, p6810, or t869).
  2. Make sure that your device is running the newest build of CyanogenMod 9 or stock ICS if your device has it.
  3. Make sure your device is plugged in and has debugging enabled.
  4. Run the extract-files script from your particular device tree.
  5. Run vendor/cm/get-prebuilts
  6. Your sources are now ready, to build run
    Code:
    $ . build/envsetup.sh       # this sets up the build environment
    $ lunch cm_XXX-userdebug    # this selects your device
    $ mka bacon                 # this builds CM
Changelog
  • 08/08/2012
    • Hopefully remaining wifi issues fixed (wifi hotfix shouldn't be needed anymore)
    • Wifi tethering enabled (no clue if it works)
  • 08/03/2012
    • LPM fixed (can now charge while off)
    • Camera force closes fixed
  • 7/19/2012
    • P68x0: Autobrightness fixed
    • Bluetooth fixed (thanks to lowtraxx for pointing out where the issue was)
    • I815: LTE Modem's massive power drain fixed
  • 7/15/2012
    • Wifi! -- for real real, not for play play
    • P6800: SIM Toolkit Support
    • Hardware-Accelerated Video (Regression in 7/10/2012)
    • ASOP Charging mode (still not really working)
  • 7/10/2012
    • smdk4210-tab kernel
    • I815 build
    • vibration (regression in Alpha 2)
    • 3g data on P6800 (regression in Alpha 2)
    • Camera (both front and back)
    • Regression: Hardware-accelated video (this also means no previews in the Camera)
    • Regression: LPM
  • Alpha 2
    • smdk4210 kernel (common kernel used in the CM9 ports for the i9100, i777, n7000, p6200, p6210, p6800, and p6810)
    • USB gadget support
    • Hardware-accelerated video
    • Rear facing camera (only stills for now)
    • Better auto brightness (values still need to be tuned)
    • LPM (charge while off)
    • Probably other stuff (been a long time since last update)
    • Regression: Vibrator no longer works, we now get a beep instead
  • Alpha 1
    • Upgrade wifi driver to compat-wireless-3.4-rc3-1
    • GPS hopefully fixed (thanks to Alan Orth)
    • Data Usage fixed (thanks to Alan Orth + Galaxy Tab 10.1 devs)
  • DP3.1
    • Wifi fix that sometimes works
  • DP3
    • Torch App (thanks to Alan Orth)
    • Fixed reboot download
    • Wifi partially works
    • Other random bugs caused by building with gcc 4.6 (now using the recommended 4.4)
  • DP2.1
    • 3G/GSM fix (thanks to poisike)
  • DP2
    • Audio works!
  • DP1.1
    • Partial fix for autobrightness (gets brighter, doesn't get darker)
    • Phone like interface is gone
    • P6800: added GSM libraries, and basic 3g configuration

Credits
  • aorth -- set up the device tree for the GT-6200 (Tab Plus 3g), has been a great collaborator
  • poisike -- provided fix for 3g/gsm
  • teamhacksung -- set up the galaxys2 device tree, which was the basis for my tree
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12th March 2012, 12:47 PM |#2  
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Nice! Hope more developers will join and sync with 6800

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12th March 2012, 01:12 PM |#3  
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Hi,

I've started working on porting CM9 to my P6810, and figured I would post here in case there were any other devs interested in assisting me, or working on a P6800 version.

Currently I have gotten to a lockscreen, but that is about it, most hardware still needs to be properly configured.

The sources:
https://github.com/ohanar/android_device_samsung_p6810
https://github.com/ohanar/android_frameworks_base

I'm interested in working on a P6800 version. I sent you a PM.
12th March 2012, 01:21 PM |#4  
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I'm interested in working on a P6800 version. I sent you a PM.

I have started on this, as well. Am beginning with the Note port right now. Gotten about as far as you. Please PM me, and we can hopefully collaborate.

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12th March 2012, 01:28 PM |#5  
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Uh this sounds great!

Count me in for testing, don't have dev abilities.
12th March 2012, 01:33 PM |#6  
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I have started on this, as well.

Do you have a git repo somewhere? I wouldn't mind looking through what you've done so far.
12th March 2012, 01:56 PM |#7  
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hurray!

Count me in for testing, don't have dev abilities.

waiting for first booting CM9
12th March 2012, 02:00 PM |#8  
Wow great news! I really cant contribute anything aside from ROM testing on a regular basis as long as it does not increase any flash counters
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great
great!! i may help,no rommaking experience but programming skills in java, c and android. pm meif want some help.
12th March 2012, 03:34 PM |#10  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by locerra

Hi,

I've started working on porting CM9 to my P6810, and figured I would post here in case there were any other devs interested in assisting me, or working on a P6800 version.

Currently I have gotten to a lockscreen, but that is about it, most hardware still needs to be properly configured.

The sources:
https://github.com/ohanar/android_device_samsung_p6810
https://github.com/ohanar/android_frameworks_base

Oh get it soon brothers, This TouchWiz is killing me.... I hate it....
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Do you have a git repo somewhere? I wouldn't mind looking through what you've done so far.

I don't. Working a bit more on it, then I'll post and send you a link to the ROM...
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