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[CM10][4.1.2]Rockchip rk2918 tablet based model.[unofficial][23/10]

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By vurrut, Senior Member on 12th November 2012, 01:59 PM
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CyanogenMod is free, community built, the distribution of aftermarket firmware Android 4.1.2 (Jelly Bean), which is designed to increase performance and reliability in the stock Android for your device.

Code:
# include <std_disclaimer.h>
/ *
*
* Not responsible for bricks devices, SD cards dead
* Thermonuclear war, or be fired because of the alarm application failed. Please
* Do some research, if you have any questions about the features included in this ROM
* Before flashing it! You are choosing to make these changes, and if
* You point the finger at me for spoiling the device, I will laugh at you.
* /

CyanogenMod is based on the Android Open Source Project with additional contributions from many people within the Android community. Can be used without any need for any Google software installed. Linked below is a package that has come from another Android project to restore parts of Google. CyanogenMod are still included various hardware-specific code, which is also gradually open source anyway.

All source code is available CyanogenMod Github repository CyanogenMod. And if you would like to contribute to CyanogenMod, please visit our Gerrit code review. You can also see the Changelog for a complete list of updates and features.

Instructions:

The first time you use CyanogenMod 10 on the device or from another ROM?

1-Install ClockworkMod recovery. The instructions are available in the second post .
2-Make a backup nandroid your current ROM. (in the Backup and recovery >> restore >> backup)
3-Format the partition of data and cache device. (in the recovery >> Wipe data / factory reset
4-CyanogenMod to flash (Install zip from sdcard, CM10-(fversion)-UNOFICIAL-rk2918.zip)
5-Optional: Install the Google Apps package addon. (Install zip from sdcard gapps-jb-date-signed.zip)

Upgrading from an earlier version of CyanogenMod 10

Make a backup nandroid your current ROM.
CyanogenMod flash (Google Apps will be a backup and restore automatically).

problems

Experience issues? Please provide the following information to our bug tracker:
If the device was difficult to start the system, please provide the file "/ proc / last_kmsg".
If the device was a soft reset, or "bootlooping", please run a Logcat and provide maximum power.
Please use Pastebin when possible.


Download Links:

CyanogenMod 10:
Latest version: 10_alpha [23/10]
Download: http://www.wuala.com/vurrut/recursos...AL-rk2918.zip/

GoogleApps (supplement):
*Version: gapps-jb
Mirror: http://tinyw.in/poPq

Sources:
https://github.com/organizations/CM9-Pascal2 (Branch jb)
https://github.com/CyanogenMod


Moldels tested:

Bq Pascal 2 (rk2918 7", 1gb ram)
Bq Kepler 2 (rk2918 8", 1gb ram)
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12th November 2012, 02:01 PM |#2  
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Not working:
-Chrome. Working on it

Minor faults:
Problems with overlay (wallpapper aspect, laucher, dimensions ...)
Not tested (HMDI)


Changelog:

23/10/2012

-First build
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Installation Instructions for vurrut ClockworkMod recovery(non touch):

For Rktools (windows):

1-Download and extract the file on the desktop recovery_RKtool_winV2.zip.
2-Turn the tablet in any way jtag, (-) and insert the usb.
3-Run the RK29update.exe (should appear under "device connected", if not, repeat step 2)
4-Turn the tablet and turn into recovery mode ((-) and (power)).



Restore to the previous ROM:
1-Reboot in the Recovery.
2-Backup and Restore >> Restore.
3-You choose the date of restoration (if you miss several).
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12th November 2012, 05:03 PM |#3  
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Great work again, vurrut!

However, ro.sf.lcd_density=100 is a bit to small for grandmothers

Could you pls compile tablet UI (android.policy.jar, services.jar) for 160 dpi?

Many thanks in advance!

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Quote:
Originally Posted by Oma7144

Great work again, vurrut!

However, ro.sf.lcd_density=100 is a bit to small for grandmothers

Could you pls compile tablet UI (android.policy.jar, services.jar) for 160 dpi?

Many thanks in advance!

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Dont work with a other dpi.is the major bug.Working on it.

Any ideas?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by vurrut

Dont work with a other dpi.is the major bug.Working on it.

Any ideas?

Yes. You will find code here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1780970

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Quote:
Originally Posted by vurrut

Dont work with a other dpi.is the major bug.Working on it.

Any ideas?

Changed dpi to 120 works.


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Changed dpi to 120 works.

Don't solve the issue. Everything above 120 dpi will give you phone UI.

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Don't solve the issue. Everything above 120 dpi will give you phone UI.

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Yeah but better than 100

@vurrut
cm filemanager also works.


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13th November 2012, 07:48 AM |#9  
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@vurrut:

Current problems, to do:
- Sensor (sensors.rk29board.so)
- Kamera (camera.rk29board.so)
- Stock Browser webGL (libwebcore.so)

Attached sensors.rk29board.so rotates my Loox, but unfortunately 90° wrong. The lib is from your CM9 build, so that should be a easy one.

Attached camera.rk29board.so is from Joaquime's CM10 project and correct the cam, but unfortunately there is a problem to adress the sd drive.
Adressing the cd drive might be a generic problem too.

Problem with WebGL (libwebcore.so) can be solved by enabling CPU upload path in webkit. ChristianTroy did so. Sources are here.

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File Type: 7z sensors.rk29board.7z - [Click for QR Code] (5.8 KB, 550 views)
File Type: 7z camera.rk29board.7z - [Click for QR Code] (40.7 KB, 401 views)
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@vurrut
Chrome is not working in your cm10 build.
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thanks a lot Vurrut
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