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By pulser_g2, Admin Emeritus / Senior Recognized Developer on 25th July 2013, 09:57 PM
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For those who prefer open source builds, rather than "Factory Images", here is a zip which is a stock, AOSP 4.3 build, straight from source. Why post this when anyone could make it? Well, it seems Google messed up their binary drivers, so it took me a little while to fix them, and fix the problems and get the ROM booting (they put the wrong mali GLES driver in their blob package).

Anyway, I have fixed that, and made it build successfully, so without futher ado, an AOSP (no google proprietary apps etc) build of 4.3 for the Nexus 10. The fixed vendor blobs are available at https://github.com/pulser/vendor_samsung_manta for anyone wanting to build themselves, and all can be verified, as they came from the "Factory Image" of 4.3 for the Nexus 10.

This is a pure AOSP build, there is no boot animation or any other "Google" things - just a plain, pure, AOSP build.

Enjoy, and this can be rooted using Chainfire's current 4.3 root method using SuperSU, which is detailed at https://plus.google.com/+Chainfire/posts/WqS2E9kkN1L

Feel free to use, share, re-use, distribute, copy, paste, mirror, ignore, root, tweak, patch or mod. I am not like certain individuals who go ZOMG NO MIRRORS PLEASE... Go on, mirror, make a torrent if you want, and share it if anyone actually cares about this

Tested:

Wi-Fi
Bluetooth
GPS
Auto rotation
Accelermeter
Magnetic Field Sensor
Brightness Sensor (and Autobrightness)
Barometer

Seemingly not working:

Proximity sensor (not detected, but apparently has one)

Download:
http://goo.im/devs/pulser/Nexus10
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25th July 2013, 10:23 PM |#2  
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Hmmm...I'm co cerned what you said about they put the wrong Mali driver in. What does this effect for those of us who flashed the stock image from the website?..

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25th July 2013, 10:30 PM |#3  
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Hmmm...I'm co cerned what you said about they put the wrong Mali driver in. What does this effect for those of us who flashed the stock image from the website?..

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Stock image isn't the AOSP?

I am not worrying.

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25th July 2013, 10:36 PM |#4  
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Hmmm...I'm co cerned what you said about they put the wrong Mali driver in. What does this effect for those of us who flashed the stock image from the website?..

Sent from my SCH-I535 using xda app-developers app

Nothing to worry about. I took the RIGHT driver from the factory image (stock image).

The AOSP release they made had wrong blobs, I rectified it with the correct files from the stock image.
25th July 2013, 10:37 PM |#5  
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I missed a blob:

https://github.com/pulser/vendor_sam...769aef7ab9ebd3

Push to /system/vendor/lib/
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25th July 2013, 11:42 PM |#6  
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I missed a blob:

https://github.com/pulser/vendor_sam...769aef7ab9ebd3

Push to /system/vendor/lib/


How do we download the file/blob please?

Never downloaded anything from Github before...
25th July 2013, 11:51 PM |#7  
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Originally Posted by pulser_g2

For those who prefer open source builds, rather than "Factory Images", here is a zip which is a stock, AOSP 4.3 build, straight from source. Why post this when anyone could make it? Well, it seems Google messed up their binary drivers, so it took me a little while to fix them, and fix the problems and get the ROM booting (they put the wrong mali GLES driver in their blob package).

Anyway, I have fixed that, and made it build successfully, so without futher ado, an AOSP (no google proprietary apps etc) build of 4.3 for the Nexus 10. The fixed vendor blobs are available at https://github.com/pulser/vendor_samsung_manta for anyone wanting to build themselves, and all can be verified, as they came from the "Factory Image" of 4.3 for the Nexus 10.

This is a pure AOSP build, there is no boot animation or any other "Google" things - just a plain, pure, AOSP build.

Enjoy, and this can be rooted using Chainfire's current 4.3 root method using SuperSU, which is detailed at https://plus.google.com/+Chainfire/posts/WqS2E9kkN1L

Feel free to use, share, re-use, distribute, copy, paste, mirror, ignore, root, tweak, patch or mod. I am not like certain individuals who go ZOMG NO MIRRORS PLEASE... Go on, mirror, make a torrent if you want, and share it if anyone actually cares about this

Tested:

Wi-Fi
Bluetooth
GPS
Auto rotation
Accelermeter
Magnetic Field Sensor
Brightness Sensor (and Autobrightness)
Barometer

Seemingly not working:

Proximity sensor (not detected, but apparently has one)

Download:
http://goo.im/devs/pulser/Nexus10

Is this why the latest version supported for manta is 4.2.2r1 (according to this) while everything else is 4.3xx?

Explains why I can't get a flashable build.
26th July 2013, 05:03 AM |#8  
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This is why I stick to factory images.
26th July 2013, 08:54 AM |#9  
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Is this why the latest version supported for manta is 4.2.2r1 (according to this) while everything else is 4.3xx?

Explains why I can't get a flashable build.

It may well be, but the factory image is available.

But some of us don't want GApps, and don't want binary parts (save for the necessary evil of drivers), which is where AOSP builds come in.
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26th July 2013, 11:45 AM |#10  
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It may well be, but the factory image is available.

But some of us don't want GApps, and don't want binary parts (save for the necessary evil of drivers), which is where AOSP builds come in.

Thanks. I like to build for myself but couldn't figure out why I couldn't flash successfully. Upon further investigation it appears that it is not supported (yet) in aosp. I'm running the factory images for now instead. However, this evening I'm going to flash this.
26th July 2013, 06:14 PM |#11  
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I just want to make sure. This wont wipe my internal hard drive. First time i flashed the new 4.2 i lost everything and cant backup anything as of now because i am outta town the whole summer.. Plz if anybody can confirm

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