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Cyanogenmod 11.0 Unofficial



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  • Dao Thanh Duy ( @daothanhduy1996 ), first and foremost for his contributions to the NILTMT kernel, providing his device and kernel source trees and for having done such a good job that I had almost no problems compiling cm-11.0 with them. His help has also been essential to figuring out issues on IRC. This ROM would not have been possible without him
  • The Cyanogenmod team and everyone who has contributed to the project. I merely ported their ROM, they receive all your thanks.
  • Brian ( @sunsurfer42 ) for this extremely generous donation of TWO dev phones in addition to 2 extra batteries. He even refused when I offered to pay for shipping. This ROM would not be available to you guys without him.
  • Rick ( @GFX.myst. ) for providing the awesome graphics for our team and this thread! He even made us a new CM11 Unofficial logo
  • David LaMontagne ( @DJLamontagneIII ) for his awesome kernel source
  • @JustArchi for his optimizations and his Linaro repositories which were used in the making of this ROM
  • @Beastmode for the source code he left with us. At one point he was the only active developer for this phone. I still miss seeing his contributions (Proton Kernel anyone?)
  • @bhundven , @jeffsf , @m4xm4n , @AntonX , and @RaverX3X for all the time and effort they put into this phone. We're still using their source code to this day


Features:
  • Missing non-essential apps such as wallpapers to free up space in the /system partition
  • Android KitKat 4.4.4 built from source with the latest updates
  • Compiled with Linaro 4.7 using -O2 optimizations on both the THUMB and ARM targets. This means that most of the ROM, not just the kernel, receive these optimizations
  • Debloated, removed a bunch of wallpapers, the NFC, Torch and Video Editor apps

Issues:
  • All of the Aries bugs still plaguing this phone, including:
  • Charging animation broken
  • No smooth HD video recording
  • TV out not tested
  • Won't make your phone have a quad core processor


If you're still on Gingerbread or older, follow lumin's guide here. You need CWM 5 with the blue text:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...78&postcount=2
Once you have blue CWM5, just flash the ROM. It will automatically continue flashing using TWRP once your phone restarts. After the flash is done the phone will continue to boot into CM11, no need for a 2nd flash.

If you're already on any ROM newer than ICS, just follow the instructions below.
  1. Download the ROM and optionally gapps and put them on your SD Card
  2. Make a backup of your current ROM and apps using both Titanium backup and with TWRP/CWM.
  3. Do a factory reset (full wipes for safety)
  4. Flash the ROM and gapps
  5. Wait another 5 minutes after you see your phone boot fully. This will let all the dust settle.

If you are upgrading from an older build of this ROM, you can probably get away with dirty flashing (not doing a factory reset between flashes) but if you run into any issues, do a full phone wipe (wipe system, data and cache) then flash the new version of the ROM.


Team Acid strives to remain compliant to the GPL. We provide the full sources to our ROMs here:
https://github.com/teamacid/

To build CM11 follow the official Cyanogenmod guide for the vibrantmtd here:
http://wiki.cyanogenmod.org/w/Build_for_vibrantmtd
MAKE SURE YOU REPLACE vibrantmtd FOR galaxys4gmtd WHEN FOLLOWING THE STEPS FOR THE GUIDE
You will also need the local manifests which you can find here:
https://github.com/teamacid/teamacid...959v/CM11-TWRP

To learn how to use a local manifest, check Cyanogenmod's guide here:
http://wiki.cyanogenmod.org/w/Doc:_U...local_manifest

If you need help building this ROM please reply on this thread here.


There is no separate Q&A thread. You can ask your questions by replying in this thread.
This includes any questions or bug reports you may have.

XDA:DevDB Information
Cyanogenmod 11.0 Unofficial, ROM for the Samsung Galaxy S 4G

Contributors
FBis251, daothanhduy1996, DJLamontagneIII, bhundven, jeffsf, m4xm4n, AntonX, and RaverX3X
ROM OS Version: 4.4.x KitKat
ROM Kernel: Linux 3.1.x
Based On: Cyanogenmod 11.0

Version Information
Status: Stable
Stable Release Date: 2014-09-09

Created 2014-10-11
Last Updated 2014-10-10
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24th June 2014, 12:24 AM |#2  
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Grab the latest gapps here:
http://files.fernandob.com/#gapps/4.4

You can also view all versions of the ROM here:
http://files.fernandob.com/#sgs4g/roms/cm11

Tuesday September 09, 2014
cm-11-20140909-UNOFFICIAL-galaxys4gmtd.zip (MD5: ec614db393ba62825361cf299464a9e0 )

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Tuesday September 09, 2014 Changelog
Using the latest CM11 source code
Fixed a build error caused by releasetools.py (Thanks to Dao for the fix!)
Updated the gapps packages to the Sep 4, 2014 package provided by jajb.
You can download the gapps from my own website's mirror: http://files.fernandob.com/#gapps/4.4
You can read what the different versions do here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2779598
If you're not sure which gapps package to install, use the regular minimal zip.
gapps-kk-20140904-minimal-edition-signed.zip

Friday July 04, 2014
cm-11-20140705-UNOFFICIAL-galaxys4gmtd.zip (MD5: 3701b17be5e1da9c1b0b27c4398f8223 )

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Friday July 04, 2014 Changelog
Using the latest version of the CM11 sources, no SGS4G specific changes

Mon June 23, 2014
cm-11-20140623-UNOFFICIAL-galaxys4gmtd.zip (MD5: 78b5f24e2a1cc42f97360677d2a09c37)

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Mon June 23, 2014 Changelog
Using the latest CM11 sources (Android 4.4.4)
Compiled using Linaro 4.7 with -O2 optimizations on both the THUMB and ARM targets
Slightly debloated, missing a lot of wallpapers and a few default CM apps
-- We don't have an NFC chip, so no NFC app
-- We don't have a flash, so no Torch app

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Finally, I can say "First!" lol

Anyway, awesome job on this FB. Wish I could put this on my old SGS4G, but my mother-in-law has it now and wanted it pure stock.
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Mon June 23, 2014
cm-11-20140623-UNOFFICIAL-galaxys4gmtd.zip (MD5: 78b5f24e2a1cc42f97360677d2a09c37)


Already downloaded. Thanks for your work. I'll install as soon as I figure out a little problem I have with Link2SD.



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Finally, I can say "First!" lol

Anyway, awesome job on this FB. Wish I could put this on my old SGS4G, but my mother-in-law has it now and wanted it pure stock.


I could have been the first, but you beat me to it for two minutes. Again, I took to long typing. Maybe next time. lol
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Third.......hahaha kidding. I'm showing new build at 200mb is that correct. just asking because 6/19 was at 191mb and was having the issues your reported on today with the playstore and not enough room to properly load. Just curious. Ill be loading this bad boy up myself anyways to check it out. Im sure its fine. As per usual, thanks for your efforts.
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Third.......hahaha kidding. I'm showing new build at 200mb is that correct. just asking because 6/19 was at 191mb and was having the issues your reported on today with the playstore and not enough room to properly load. Just curious. Ill be loading this bad boy up myself anyways to check it out. Im sure its fine. As per usual, thanks for your efforts.

Yeah 200 megabytes is correct. You can always check the md5sums to verify
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Thanks, and Bravo.....A beautiful build, working flawlessly for me. This phone is bada** and is all that is needed.
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Guys & gals, just keep in mind that even though FB said to keep questions and issues here, we want to keep this thread clean for development purposes. If you come across problems/issues, please remember to list all steps you made to when problem/issue occurred. Logcats are greatly appreciated. They help with the fixing process. Also, if you have questions, please read the thread before asking. Someone may have already asked the question and it may have been answered as well.

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Hey FB....you asked to be reminded about maybe rolling out some updated modems for the CM11. Here is your reminder. NO rush, and thanks in advance if you are able to do it.
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Hey FB....you asked to be reminded about maybe rolling out some updated modems for the CM11. Here is your reminder. NO rush, and thanks in advance if you are able to do it.

I've only tried this on the KG4 modem so far (my favorite) but if this flashes properly then I'll prepare the other modems over the next few days:
http://files.fernandob.com/sgs4g/mod..._kg4_modem.zip
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I've only tried this on the KG4 modem so far (my favorite) but if this flashes properly then I'll prepare the other modems over the next few days:
http://files.fernandob.com/sgs4g/mod..._kg4_modem.zip

Thanks, gonna give it a go. I'll let you know.


EDIT: Worked like a charm. Thanks FB.
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