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By Hashcode, Senior Recognized Developer on 17th April 2012, 05:35 PM
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After seeing how popular the HW codecs are in the 3.0 kernel test build, I realize that testers may consider building their own test ROMs and we're probably far enough along that the projects needed to be updated out at:
https://github.com/KFire-Android

So here's a quick explanation of how to sync down your own source for the android build (for right now it's CM9 and AOKP specific):

To start you will need to determine which code base you want to build for: CM9 or AOKP.

And then find that branch in the following project:
https://github.com/KFire-Android/android_local_manifest

The default branch is "ics" and this should work for building both AOSP and CM9 (AOSP untested as of yet). If you want to build AOKP change the branch to "ics-aokp".

The README.mkdn contains the setup instructions for how to get started.

Once you've followed those instructions you can execute the following from the command line:
. build/envsetup.sh
brunch otter

At the end of the long compile you can find your flashable ROM in the out/target/product/otter directory.

AS ALWAYS THE NEW KERNEL IS IN DEVELOPMENT. PLEASE WATCH YOUR BATTERY AND POWER OFF THE DEVICE WHEN NOT IN USE.
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Grrrr I can not for the life of me get ics to build. I need a new machine. If anyone gets an aokp build with 3.0 kernel would you mind sharing? Thanks

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Will be doing this tonight!! Thanks!

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Grrrr I can not for the life of me get ics to build. I need a new machine. If anyone gets an aokp build with 3.0 kernel would you mind sharing? Thanks

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The new AOKP build is totally untested btw. I can debug it later.

EDIT: And I fixed at least 1 issue where the existing amazon/otter projects need to be removed from AOKP (they're the old gingerbread kernel based build).

Re-grab the local_manifest.xml file here:
https://raw.github.com/KFire-Android...l_manifest.xml
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Originally Posted by Hashcode

The new AOKP build is totally untested btw. I can debug it later.

EDIT: And I fixed at least 1 issue where the existing amazon/otter projects need to be removed from AOKP (they're the old gingerbread kernel based build).

Re-grab the local_manifest.xml file here:
https://raw.github.com/KFire-Android...l_manifest.xml

I'm gonna try and build an AOKP rom from this, gonna start the repo sync soon just waiting on my VM to finish cloning.
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So the build went fine, and I'm currently using the AOKP
Rom. The system UI keeps force closing but so far everything else seems to be working OK so far.

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So the build went fine, and I'm currently using the AOKP
Rom. The system UI keeps force closing but so far everything else seems to be working OK so far.

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Yep. As the kernel dev ramps down, I'll dig into that.

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Yep. As the kernel dev ramps down, I'll dig into that.

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Also the soft buttons do something kinda weird, it could just be a scaling/DPI problem at the moment Screenshot below. I also uploaded it if anyone else was interested in testing it out, its a pure AOKP rom with hashcodes 3.0 kernel, i didnt change anything.

Uploading a New build with Kernel 4 included, will post link to dropbox as soon as its done.

Special thanks to Hashcode for his awesome work, as well as the AOKP Team for their awesome ROM.
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Also the soft buttons do something kinda weird, it could just be a scaling/DPI problem at the moment Screenshot below. I also uploaded it if anyone else was interested in testing it out, its a pure AOKP rom with hashcodes 3.0 kernel, i didnt change anything.

AOKP Otter Build 32 with Hashcode 3.0 Kernel

Special thanks to Hashcode for his awesome work, as well as the AOKP Team for their awesome ROM.

Where's the OP of that rom??

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