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Welcome to Eos! The Eos project originated with the AOSP release of ICS, and was originally founded by Solarnz and co founded by Bigrushdog. Since then, Eos has evolved into a multinational collaborative effort backed by top Android developers. Our objective is to provide a world class AOSP build with unique features and enhancements. Eos is an ongoing development project in which builds are released on a regular basis. Every release should be considered stable and highly functional.



Bigrushdog - Project lead, Chief Developer [Xoom || Galaxy Nexus || HTC One (M7)] || Nexus 7
RaymanFX - Co-leader, AOSP code maintainer [Xperia S || Nexus 7 (2013) || OPPO N1 || OPPO Find7a]
jrior001 - Jenkins/Gerrit Admin, CAF code maintainer [HTC One X]
anders3408 - Frameworks Developer [OPPO Find5 || OPPO N1]
Roach - Frameworks Developer [Nexus 4 || Nexus 7 (2013) || HTC One (M8)]
Connor Baker [Nexus 4 || HP Touchpad]



Code:
NX 2.0 Gesture Navigation Interface
EOS Weather Engine
Custom Quick Toggles Tiles with Brightness & Volume Seekbars
Softkeys Long-Press Actions
Network Indicator
Battery Indicator Mods
Clock Mods
T-Mobile Theme Engine
Force Navigation Bar on any device
Volume keys switch depending on rotation. So the volume up key is always either on the top or to the right of volume down. (Toggle-able)
Default Volume Control Stream (Ring or Media)
Advanced power menu with reboot options.
MORE...


We give love and much respect to Cyanogenmod. The AOSP scene would not exist as it does today without them. We implement some of their branches to support legacy devices and features that users have demanded.



Team EOS Nightly builds

M7 Downloads



G-Apps Package

Because this is an AOSP based rom Google Apps are not included. To install Google Apps please flash the following package after installing the rom:

GApps



These builds are designed to be installed from your favorite recovery. MAKE SURE YOU HAVE THE LATEST 4.4.x COMPATIBLE RECOVERY.
Detailed instructions:

Going to EOS4.4.x from a rom < 4.4.x:
  • Backup everything !
  • Go to recovery
  • Make a full wipe / factory reset
  • format /system
  • Flash the rom
  • Flash optional kernel
  • Flash gapps
  • Reboot
Updating from EOS 4.4.x #XX to #YY:
You can usually skip the full wipe step.
If ever you encounter an issue make sure you make a full wipe first before reporting though.



All HTC msm8960 devices use a slightly moddified version of the standard CM built 3.4 linux kernel, many thanks to the boys on our CM team who have made most of this possible on our HTC devices.

Contribute
Gerrit Review
Jenkins Build System
Github
Kernel Source
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22nd May 2014, 05:31 PM |#2  
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Welcome! Just some brief info on the project and philosophy and all that. If you are looking for a project with every feature on the planet, this build is not for you. I write features or bring in a feature from other guys based on a simple idea. I personally must find it fun or useful. Many features I see out there I find to be just plain stupid, and won't be found here. As project leader, I get the privilege of making that assessment. If someone makes a strong argument for something, my opinion can be swayed. If a user says "Hey brd, check this out!", and it is cool, I'll bring it in. If it sucks, I'll pass.

TeamEos took a brief hiatus to work with the CodefireX project. That all ended up going south in a blaze of glory. In the TeamEos repo, you will see reference to cfx code. It's my code, i wrote it. I need to re factor some projects.

I personally run this build on my m7 and love it. Thoughts? Suggestions? Build sucks and you're going back to Omni? It's all good. Let me know. Have fun!

M7 Specifics

-- legacy IR HAL as well as the new one: I'm keeping the old one for now as well until I'm certain most apps use the new one
-- hardware keys - any action: for now, default actions are not clearable. Meaning you can not assign a "no action" against default behavior. This is to keep my sanity but may change if there's strong demand for it.
-- the kernel : Based on the work Intervigil, mdmower, h8rift, and the other CM HTC guys have done. I commend them on a strong and stable kernel base. In addition, we have the following:
-- Fast charge
-- the latest BFQ I/O scheduler as well as SIO and FIOPS
-- we use @showp1984 's thermal controls instead of thermald. Keep the device cold as a ice cube
-- I highly recommend Trickster paid for kernel controls
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22nd May 2014, 06:42 PM |#3  
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Great philosophy!
Will try and report

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22nd May 2014, 08:50 PM |#4  
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Simply fantastic! I'll Try it..
Is notification lockscreen in the rom?

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23rd May 2014, 03:44 AM |#5  
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Trying this out with Multi Rom, Will report back.

Edit:
Works with Newest Multirom.
Looks really clean and seems fast.
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Just installed and everything is working great! If a custom kernel is used to get custom wake options should it be AOSP or CM based?

Thanks for your great work on a very nice AOSP rom!

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Simply fantastic! I'll Try it..
Is notification lockscreen in the rom?

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I apologize as I don't really run anything else. What is notification lockscreen? source?


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Just installed and everything is working great! If a custom kernel is used to get custom wake options should it be AOSP or CM based?

Thanks for your great work on a very nice AOSP rom!

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Thank you for the kind words. My understanding is the kernel needed is not so much project dependent as it is hardware dependent. Every dev i talk to uses caf_8960 for qcom/display audio and media. It should be safe to say any kernel that would work on cm would work here. Worst case scenario, you get stuck on boot splash. Get back into recovery and just flash rom again. Honestly, the included kernel is rather solid, especially with BFQ enabled. But, if you got a favorite kernel, post up the source link. Maybe there's some goodies we could use.
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23rd May 2014, 06:47 AM |#8  
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Now that Gapps are back online I will test the latest build.
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Where can I read the changelog?

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Where can I read the changelog?

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We don't do changelogs. Changelogs are for Sense roms. We move too much code. I'll post up if I do something epic, which happens from time to time. In the meantime, watch https://github.com/teameos and http://review.teameos.org/#/q/statuspen
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I apologize as I don't really run anything else. What is notification lockscreen? source?




Thank you for the kind words. My understanding is the kernel needed is not so much project dependent as it is hardware dependent. Every dev i talk to uses caf_8960 for qcom/display audio and media. It should be safe to say any kernel that would work on cm would work here. Worst case scenario, you get stuck on boot splash. Get back into recovery and just flash rom again. Honestly, the included kernel is rather solid, especially with BFQ enabled. But, if you got a favorite kernel, post up the source link. Maybe there's some goodies we could use.

This ROM is amazing! Great battery life. Here is the kernel info I am using.

Zip download :
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2522854

Source download :
https://github.com/tbalden/android_kernel_htc_msm8960

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