{All 2011}[DEV][KitKat 4.4.4][LegacyXperia] unofficial CyanogenMod 11.0 builds

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TakisBeskos

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And could you tell me why not, what's prevent this to do?
I think the sources are available for CM11, also for the CM11 versions where it's still available.
Is it technically not possible to check the code in the C11 code with implemented ANT+ stack and add it to the satsuma source and compile it back?

there isn't source code available to support our hardware. Other cm11 roms for other phones could be working, but they have different hardware too
 
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XDynamite

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Hi, with CM11 it would be nice to have the same memory layout of 6.x/7.x roms, is there the possibility to implement it? Some guide to follow to modify the kernel? Now I'm using S2E_mod to expand the memory but recently I'm having big problems, sometimes some app disappears or the phone completely resets itself and I have to reinstall everything and other annoyances. For example today, when I turned on the phone, some apps have disappeared and the status bar has some problems, quick settings panel doesn't work anymore. I think I have to format once again.
 
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Hi, with CM11 it would be nice to have the same memory layout of 6.x/7.x roms, is there the possibility to implement it? Some guide to follow to modify the kernel? Now I'm using S2E_mod to expand the memory but recently I'm having big problems, sometimes some app disappears or the phone completely resets itself and I have to reinstall everything and other annoyances. For example today, when I turned on the phone, some apps have disappeared and the status bar has some problems, quick settings panel doesn't work anymore. I think I have to format once again.

Maybe your SD card is bad. Or mobile's memory. Or maybe only a bug on your setup. If you have another SD card, try it just in case.

Anyway, here are some suggestions for CM11:
https://forum.xda-developers.com/xp...ficial-cyanogenmod-13-0-t3323975/post74760028
 

XDynamite

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Maybe your SD card is bad. Or mobile's memory. Or maybe only a bug on your setup. If you have another SD card, try it just in case.

Anyway, here are some suggestions for CM11:
https://forum.xda-developers.com/xp...ficial-cyanogenmod-13-0-t3323975/post74760028

My microsd card is new (Sandisk Extreme) and it works well, it's not the problem. Those problems also happened with an older and slower microsd card (a Lexar) and more often. I think it's simple2ext_mod app the main problem, its script doesn't work very well, it should be updated but is too old. Once I used Link2sd but for my use it's not optimal, it's slow and you cannot move everything on sd card, I want to move entire /data on the card, and you can't do it with Link2sd, internal memory is too small.
 
My microsd card is new (Sandisk Extreme) and it works well, it's not the problem. Those problems also happened with an older and slower microsd card (a Lexar) and more often. I think it's simple2ext_mod app the main problem, its script doesn't work very well, it should be updated but is too old. Once I used Link2sd but for my use it's not optimal, it's slow and you cannot move everything on sd card, I want to move entire /data on the card, and you can't do it with Link2sd, internal memory is too small.

With Link2sd or Apps2sd you can move everything. Be sure to use the paid versions and check all options on settings.
 

DeadXperiance

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My microsd card is new (Sandisk Extreme) and it works well, it's not the problem. Those problems also happened with an older and slower microsd card (a Lexar) and more often. I think it's simple2ext_mod app the main problem, its script doesn't work very well, it should be updated but is too old. Once I used Link2sd but for my use it's not optimal, it's slow and you cannot move everything on sd card, I want to move entire /data on the card, and you can't do it with Link2sd, internal memory is too small.

Use CronMod-INT2EXT4. I think it is best option for your purpose.
 

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XDynamite

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I have used it for long time, and didn't face any problem. I have partitioned 2 gb ext4 in sd card. First flashed rom as instruction and flash this script before first boot.

The last time I tried the script I couldn't use it because of an error during flashing phase (status 0 error if I can remember). I tried later to put manually the script in init.d folder (setting the right permissions as well) but as I wrote before the phone didn't boot up. I don't know what the problem was.
 
The best ROM for Haida.
Been rocking it since last 2 years no issues at all very good battery life.
Never flashed gapps * no wakelocks * pure deepsleep.

Sure the best daily basis for Xperia 2011 devices. I run it on Xperia Pro (mk16), with Gapps though and some fine tuning.

I'm thinking of flashing it again without Gapps BUT with MicroG.

Have you tried that? Any thoughts, tips?
 

olivierboro

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Indeed KitKat is the best for our 2011 phones. Without Gapps battery is a lot better. On my new phone, I replaced Gapps with MicroG and battery life comes from 1 to 3 days. So this might be a good idea to test.

Sent from my Jiayu S3 using XDA Labs
 

Aciong.Aksaya

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Sure the best daily basis for Xperia 2011 devices. I run it on Xperia Pro (mk16), with Gapps though and some fine tuning.

I'm thinking of flashing it again without Gapps BUT with MicroG.

Have you tried that? Any thoughts, tips?

Haven't tried microg yet. You may try, anyway you can always go back to non gapps version which is much better.

---------- Post added at 05:39 PM ---------- Previous post was at 05:38 PM ----------

Indeed KitKat is the best for our 2011 phones. Without Gapps battery is a lot better. On my new phone, I replaced Gapps with MicroG and battery life comes from 1 to 3 days. So this might be a good idea to test.

Sent from my Jiayu S3 using XDA Labs

Wow! That's good news.
 

ITomaz

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Indeed KitKat is the best for our 2011 phones. Without Gapps battery is a lot better. On my new phone, I replaced Gapps with MicroG and battery life comes from 1 to 3 days. So this might be a good idea to test.

Sent from my Jiayu S3 using XDA Labs

How to install micro g?
My phone failed when installing xposed framework
 

tomny

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Please, give a working link for download. Found my old Mini, and want to play again with it :)
Thanks!
 
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rabbirobert

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hi,

link is down. does anyone could upload it again for Xperia Pro, mk16i, iyokan?

thanks & kind regards

robert
 
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    Source Code: https://github.com/LegacyXperia

    ROM OS Version: 4.4.x KitKat
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    * Latest cm11.0 changes
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