[5.1.x] [SM-T520] CyanogenMod 12.1 Nightlies for the Tab Pro 10.1 Wifi (picassowifi)

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maxturk

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I haven't had a chance to look at picassowifi for M yet. I have been busy with other devices and other things in my life (October is always a very busy month for me, which then carries things into November). To add to that Exynos devices are just plain hard (it took me a couple or three weeks of hard work to get it to boot lollipop) which means that I'm planning on saving it for later in the bringup roster.

I will definitely be working in it and hopefully it will be possible to bring us M.

Hello, there is a chance to have cm13 on picassowifi please??

Sorry for my bad english
 

arrrghhh

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So....is the developement abandonned ? Looks like nobody care........ No release version, no news for 6.0.....

Hello, there is a chance to have cm13 on picassowifi please??

Sorry for my bad english

Folks, he already stated that it's not his main device, it's a bit of a pain to develop on, etc...

If you would like to bring it up to M, either do it yourself or continue patiently waiting. This development thread is no place to beg for updates.
 

arrrghhh

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So where is the place for news ?

You can watch this thread for news, but endless posts of "when is this coming" are not acceptable. In other words, let the folks actually doing development work use this thread for development. Click 'thanks' on their posts when they provide updates. There's no need to keep posting questions about when is it coming or is development dead... Either pick it up yourself or keep waiting! The choice is yours ;)
 

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Ok but it need to be asking sometimes, do not see it as harrasment, I just wonder... It's like when you doesn't have news of someones you like: you don't wait in your corner sayin nothing, hm ? Or your social life may be a disaster... ! :D
I mean, it's natural, and i don't see too much post asking this question. Its legit and it's not like we were spamming the topic without seek information: here got the informations ! And the dev should be proud of the community: if they ask for updates, informations, that show they enjoy the dev's work and that they are present ! Anyway, i would react like this if I was a dev.
So, now i know, thank you, i have my answer and i will wait quietly !
 
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maxturk

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I haven't had a chance to look at picassowifi for M yet. I have been busy with other devices and other things in my life (October is always a very busy month for me, which then carries things into November). To add to that Exynos devices are just plain hard (it took me a couple or three weeks of hard work to get it to boot lollipop) which means that I'm planning on saving it for later in the bringup roster.

I will definitely be working in it and hopefully it will be possible to bring us M.
Please crpalmer can you says if you continue to work on this device with cm13??
 
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pworcester

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Thank You!

I am currently happily running CM 12.1 from crplamer.
Thank you for your hard work. It runs beautifully!
 

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OP hasn't been active in this thread in months. Nightlies are being built automatically, but only getting upstream (common CM) changes. Not that the device needs anything. I wouldn't expect to see CM13 or higher for this device. Not a very common tablet and has a SoC that's difficult to work with.
 

gd*T

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Just a CM 12 release version / snapshot - a last one- would be great, since the last one is ****in old.... :(
 

Alexsha

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OP hasn't been active in this thread in months. Nightlies are being built automatically, but only getting upstream (common CM) changes. Not that the device needs anything. I wouldn't expect to see CM13 or higher for this device. Not a very common tablet and has a SoC that's difficult to work with.
There's a CM13 build for the Note 10.1 with the same SoC. That build should be able to be ported to the Pro 10.1 as the only difference is the pen input.
 
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There's a CM13 build for the Note 10.1 with the same SoC. That build should be able to be ported to the Pro 10.1 as the only difference is the pen input.

If its really the only difference, where is the problem of just flashing the note 10.1 build on the tab pro 10.1?
Does the installer complain because a wrong device is found?
 

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    XDA:DevDB Information
    CyanogenMod 12.1 for PicassoWifi (Tab Pro 10.1), ROM for the Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2, 10.1, 8.4

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    ROM OS Version: 5.1.x Lollipop

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    Created 2015-04-18
    Last Updated 2015-04-18
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    I haven't had a chance to look at picassowifi for M yet. I have been busy with other devices and other things in my life (October is always a very busy month for me, which then carries things into November). To add to that Exynos devices are just plain hard (it took me a couple or three weeks of hard work to get it to boot lollipop) which means that I'm planning on saving it for later in the bringup roster.

    I will definitely be working in it and hopefully it will be possible to bring us M.
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    Hey guys. Been quietly stalking these threads for quite some time. I'm not too experienced in android development but for the past few months I've been working on getting Marshmallow (6.0) working on our devices (T-520), but also hoping crpalmer would beat me to it. However, seeing that is not the case, I'm happy to announce I finally got it booting :) I will do some testing and look into posting a release.


    EDIT: For those who'd like to try:
    http://forum.xda-developers.com/gal...-xsm-t520beta-unofficial-cyanogenmod-t3372507
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    The developer lost interest in our tablet(32x-52x). Do not expect that to fix...

    Blah blah blah.
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    Did you look into the Note 10.1 2014 code or just did it from scratch?

    And congrats! Looking forward to testing. Hopefully my bluetooth keyboard works better.
    I used a lot of the Note and Tab S code since our devices are quite similar. I'll make a new thread and post my sources and hopefully we can get this stable