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[ROM]+[KERNEL] [4.2.2] FISHEARS Built for iNand (no LVM) [FINAL]

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THERE WILL BE NO FURTHER UPDATES
Firstly, huge thanks go to these individuals & teams (for code I have kanged, ideas I have been inspired by, help I have received):
CyanogenMod team and all contributors, Pawitp, Stratosk, DerTeufel, Kasper_h, Ezekeel, SlimRoms, Team Kang, DarkArgon and everyone who has contributed by ideas and feedback in the thread

THANK YOU ALL

This is "FISHEARS 4.2" following the same rules as my 4.1.2 ROM - it has the original partition layout and a host of enhancements.

So, Is this ROM right for me?
If you have the fast iNand chip then, yes, because you'll get more data storage space with no loss of speed If you have the MoviNand then maybe yes, maybe no. My advice is "Try it, you'll love it!".
To see which Nand you have look at the following file in a text viewer:
Code:
/sys/devices/platform/s3c-sdhci.0/mmc_host/mmc0/mmc0:0001/name
If the content starts with "S" then you have iNand. If it starts with "M" then you have MoviNand.

Things you should know:
This ROM has the same partition layout that was in the first builds of CM10 i.e. no /system on /data and no LVM partitions.
This ROM takes CM10.1 as its base and will include all CM10.1 changes unless they conflict with the partition layout or any of my own features.
  • Wipe data & format system before flashing for the first time
  • If coming from a non-FISHEARS ROM then flash this ROM once, go to recovery, format /system, format /data, flash this ROM again
  • Only flash my gapps.
  • Don't try to flash a third-party kernel - it won't work.
  • Please report bugs & feature requests

Fishears Kernel customisations:
  • Kernel 3.0.76
  • Ultra Kernel Samepage Merging
  • Live OC
  • Aroma Filemanager (1.80) in Recovery
  • Kernel compiled with Linaro 4.7-2013.03 + O3 optimization
  • RAM Size selectable through Memory Management Settings. 383mb (default), 396mb (bigmem), 409mb (hugemem - breaks 720p video recording so set camera to 480p before reboot)
  • Media libs automatically patched at reboot when RAM Size changes
  • 720p recording option removed from camera settings in hugemem mode (thanks Kagadar)
  • CPU unaligned accesses enabled
  • LowMemoryKillerWhitelist support
  • USB OTG Host Support
  • Deep Idle
  • BLN 9
  • FastCharge
  • Touch Wake
  • Battery Life eXtender
  • Battery polling reduced
  • Smartassv2 governor
  • Lulzactive governor
  • Lazy governor
  • Wheately governor
  • IntelliDemand governor
  • Interactive governor tweaks from 3.4
  • SIO I/O Scheduler (updated)
  • ROW I/O Scheduler
  • BFQ I/O Scheduler
  • ZEN I/O Scheduler
  • FIFO I/O Scheduler
  • tuned CFQ Scheduler
  • Overclock @ 1400, 1300, 1200, 1100
  • LOAD_FREQ (4*HZ+61) avoids loadavg moire
  • Logger from 3.4
  • Lowmemorykiller from 3.5
  • Time gpio from 3.4
  • Neon VFP enabled
  • Battery indicator in Recovery
  • Clear NSTools settings from Recovery
  • Clear init.d from Recovery
  • Touch key control in Recovery (Menu=up, Back=down)
  • Repeating on up/down keys in Recovery

Fishears ROM customisations:
  • Notification Panel transparency and custom background
  • Notification Item transparency
  • Status Bar transparency and custom colour
  • Advanced ROM Tweaks (Settings->System)
  • UKSM Settings (Settings->Performance->Memory Management)
  • Optimized read-ahead values for storage
  • Dual Panel mode
  • PIE Controls
  • Adjustable auto-brightness light levels(Settings->Display->Brightness)
  • External Storage option in Camera
  • Alternative app resolver (one-click selection)
  • Media Device & Camera Device options for USB Connection (Settings->Storage)
  • Add any widget to Lockscreen
  • FastCharge Quick Settings Tile and Power Widget Button
  • Option to always show Quick Settings (if no notifications)
  • CallerID screen transparency
  • Volume Adjust Sound on/off setting
  • In-call volume settings (in Settings > Advanced)
  • Call settings: option to return to last activity on end call
  • Call settings: option to enable landscape rotation
  • Developer settings enabled
  • High-end GFX option
  • Translucent Notification panel (with High-end GFX)
  • Status bar date on 2 lines
  • Battery bar
  • Advanced statusbar clock/date settings
  • Recents RAM Bar with settings
  • Home to unlock option for Lockscreen
  • NSTools included for advanced kernel settings
  • Goo Manager included for OTA ROM updates

Changelog 08/05 (plus Official CyanogenMod Changelog):
Code:
+ FINAL KERNEL ONLY RELEASE
+ Linux 3.0.76
+ LMK Whitelisting (thanks to Stratosk)
+ USB OTG Support
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Source Code:
fishears at github
CyanogenMod at github

The partition layout is like this:
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30th November 2012, 06:43 PM |#2  
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Originally Posted by fishears

Standing on the shoulders of giants like Pawitp, the CyanogenMod Team and all their contributors, nothing happens unless they do it first.

This is the first public alpha following the same rules as my 4.1.2 ROM - its like CM10.1 but it has the original partition layout.

  • Backup before flashing.
  • Only flash my gapps.
  • Please report bugs (feature requests can wait for now)

Download the ROM here

Download my gapps package here

Guess will try this soon.
will it wipe the partition and data?

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Guess will try this soon.
will it wipe the partition and data?

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What does your gapps miss out from the full package ?

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30th November 2012, 06:45 PM |#4  
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Guess will try this soon.
will it wipe the partition and data?

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Same partitions, so no format/re-partitioning takes place.
You can flash it over 4.1.2 if you want (I have) and keep your data - might be one or too incompatibilities but that's to be expected.
I value your time as a tester (as always)
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What does your gapps miss out from the full package ?

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As always, I've dropped faceunlock and this time I've dropped the stock launcher (it was in there but I use Trebuchet)

** I'm uploading a revised gapps package **
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As always, I've dropped faceunlock and this time I've dropped the stock launcher (it was in there but I use Trebuchet)

** I'm uploading a revised gapps package **

How about keeping face unlock and ditching the cmwallpapers? I don't know about others but I personally never used those wallpapers.

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30th November 2012, 07:57 PM |#7  
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Could you give us a list of things that works and don't work. It would help as Pawitp's 4.2.1 preview is having major problems with wifi connectivity. It would be nice to compare & test.

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It's going to be pretty much the same as its based on pawitp's work in bringing the device up.
Wifi works for me. I need testers to give me more data.
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Same partitions, so no format/re-partitioning takes place.
You can flash it over 4.1.2 if you want (I have) and keep your data - might be one or too incompatibilities but that's to be expected.
I value your time as a tester (as always)

Of course i'm in.
I have less time than 2 months ago but i'll do my best.

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Trying out 4.2
Not off to a good start....

After phone boots (I suppose that's a good start, actually) I get "Unfortunately, the process com.google.process.gapps has stopped"

Any suggestions?

Update : I accepted the above message and carried on. Gapps seem to be working. WiFi also ok.
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1 flashed over 4.1without wipe, performance was as good as in 4.1
I also had android.process.acore stoped
Wifi works
Calendar not
Contakts not (tried another dialer from market didn't help).
Camera, gallery work
2 made 3 wipes flashed again rom and gapps. Booted with a lot of apps stoped launcher, gmail, calendar......


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