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DeadXperiance

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can you help me to find xposed for smultron cm11 , thankyou man
This is full list of Xposed
Must be flashed with a custom recovery to install the framework.
SDK21 is Android 5.0 (Lollipop), SDK22 is Android 5.1 (also Lollipop) and SDK23 is Android 6.0 (Marshmallow) For Nougat, SDK24 is Android 7.0 and SDK25 is Android 7.1.

If you want to stock rom, you must to flash stock ftf file with flashtool.
 
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This is full list of Xposed
Must be flashed with a custom recovery to install the framework.
SDK21 is Android 5.0 (Lollipop), SDK22 is Android 5.1 (also Lollipop) and SDK23 is Android 6.0 (Marshmallow) For Nougat, SDK24 is Android 7.0 and SDK25 is Android 7.1.

If you want to stock rom, you must to flash stock ftf file with flashtool.
cant flash stock rom, flash tools cant detect ftf file
 

DeadXperiance

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my cm11 its not working cronmod in2ext when iflash cronmod.zip always says aborted installation , iwant to increase my internal , help me please thankyou
First you must make two partitions in sd card "data" and "Ext4". Ext4 must be minimum 2Gb. After you flash CM11 and before boot flash CronMod-INT2EXT4.
 

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When it comes to normal usage speeds, is this rom more usable than CM11? I'm currently using CM11 on the Xperia Ray and it works pretty well tbqh, but it still feels very slow compared to the original Gingerbread ROM. Unfortunately Gingerbread is not usable in 2021, I need Android 4 or later for Whatsapp.
I only need basic features and no gapps, other than Whatsapp. This rom needs a class 10 sdhc, but I only have a class 6 one. Anyone who tried it willing to report on his experience with the rom so that I can save some time not having to test it myself and go back if it's even slower than CM11? I would really appreciate it :D
 
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When it comes to normal usage speeds, is this rom more usable than CM11? I'm currently using CM11 on the Xperia Ray and it works pretty well tbqh, but it still feels very slow compared to the original Gingerbread ROM. Unfortunately Gingerbread is not usable in 2021, I need Android 4 or later for Whatsapp.
I only need basic features and no gapps, other than Whatsapp. This rom needs a class 10 sdhc, but I only have a class 6 one. Anyone who tried it willing to report on his experience with the rom so that I can save some time not having to test it myself and go back if it's even slower than CM11? I would really appreciate it :D
CM 11 is best for daily use. CM 12.1 , CM 13 or CM 14 are slower
 

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CM 11 is best for daily use. CM 12.1 , CM 13 or CM 14 are slower
Well let me answer my own question since I installed it yesterday out of boredom while at work. This version is... Incredibly fast for an ancient phone such as this! It is definitely faster than CM11, it almost feels like a low end modern phone sometimes. It is slow in loading apps but in scrolling it's very smooth so maybe that's why it feels faster overall. For my usage this rom is just perfect and definitely better than CM11. So far I don't have any major problems with it, only some slight buggyness, most noticeable weirdness from the rom is the bluetooth which does not activate unless I go to the settings page, but it's not a big deal. It's honestly super impressive that this phone works so well in 2021. And it could probably work even better if I had a class 10 sdcard but I don't have one.

Of course I have no Gapps, only apps I installed are Whatsapp, an old version of Switftkey, NewPipe and Vanilla Music. I also don't use the browser or GPS navigation, I'm basically using it as a dumbphone and mp3 player. The phone is surely not usable as a daily driver if you want more than this.

Update: unfortunately I had major problems with Bluetooth after all, especially in my car. So I decided to try the previous CM version, with Lollipop. It seems to work just as well as this one, and BT seems more reliable.

By the way I'm having a lot of fun messing with this phone, feels like I'm back in 2013 when I started modding mine with custom roms (yes I owned it at the time, I got the Xperia Ray just after the Xperia X10 Mini). When I get bored of it I'll probably try to obtain the Xperia S, another one of my favourite oldphones.
 
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Hello I have running my Sk17i with lineage 14.1 but i have big proplems to root the phone with Magisk .... Have somebody an How To or an idea how i can install root with Magisk on my sk17i?

I habe try to patch the boot.img but when i try to install it over twrp i cant choose any patition to patch the boot img
 

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Does overclocking work on LineageOS 14.1? Like, can I use SetCPU up to at least 1.6 GHz on my Xperia Play? And does the gamepad work (except touchpads)?
 

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Hey guys, can you help me out? I want to bring a second life to my Xperia mini (st15i) and bought a decent sd card for that, but I'm stuck at "failed to mount /dev/block/mmcblk0p1 at /data: invalid argument". Is there some special magic that mini partitioning tool does that fdisk and mkfs don't? I don't have Windows.

Or is it the kernel? USB there is busted, I can barely put it into charge, data pins are a no go. It's on Kitkat now (CM11), and I need at least a Lollipop for my banking app to work.
 

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Does overclocking work on LineageOS 14.1? Like, can I use SetCPU up to at least 1.6 GHz on my Xperia Play? And does the gamepad work (except touchpads)?
I've used LineageOS 14.1 on Xperia M (C1905) and overclocking was an option. It actually depends on the kernel and not the ROM, but LineageOS 14.1 has a nice kernel built in that supports it. Not sure about 1.6GHz though, seems a bit too much.
 

DeadXperiance

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Hey guys, can you help me out? I want to bring a second life to my Xperia mini (st15i) and bought a decent sd card for that, but I'm stuck at "failed to mount /dev/block/mmcblk0p1 at /data: invalid argument". Is there some special magic that mini partitioning tool does that fdisk and mkfs don't? I don't have Windows.

Or is it the kernel? USB there is busted, I can barely put it into charge, data pins are a no go. It's on Kitkat now (CM11), and I need at least a Lollipop for my banking app to work.
You can partition your sdcard in CWM based Recovery v6.0.5.1 which is usrd in CM 11. After partition you can flash CM recovery for CM 5.1 or later and install CM 12.1(lolypop)
or installing 6.0 guide bellow .It is for Xperia arc but working in mini too.
 
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You can partition your sdcard in CWM based Recovery v6.0.5.1 which is usrd in CM 11. After partition you can flash CM recovery for CM 5.1 or later and install CM 12.1(lolypop)
or installing 6.0 guide bellow .It is for Xperia arc but working in mini too.
Hey, thanks for the quick reply! Didn't really expect it on the thread this old about an even older phone line.

Could you clarify a couple of things though? I'll need a new recovery, but the old kernel (boot.img) is ok? CWM based recovery is different from CM recovery? Can I flash it as a zip using my current CWM? USB is broken, barely works for charging, no flashing from PC possible.
Also concerning the manual for CM13, it says one partition only and to leave it unformatted? Can I have two, I have to put zips somewhere, can't use adb (over wifi) without an OS. USB broken.
 

DeadXperiance

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Hey, thanks for the quick reply! Didn't really expect it on the thread this old about an even older phone line.

Could you clarify a couple of things though? I'll need a new recovery, but the old kernel (boot.img) is ok? CWM based recovery is different from CM recovery? Can I flash it as a zip using my current CWM? USB is broken, barely works for charging, no flashing from PC possible.
Also concerning the manual for CM13, it says one partition only and to leave it unformatted? Can I have two, I have to put zips somewhere, can't use adb (over wifi) without an OS. USB broken.
Which CWM are you have ? CWM for CM 11 is enough for partition sdcard. If you can install CM 11 you can use 'ROM Installer' app for install img, zip etc. CWM and CM are different recoveries . For partition sdcard one partition is for data and other is unformatted for media which automaticly formated by recovery.
 
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Which CWM are you have ? CWM for CM 11 is enough for partition sdcard. If you can install CM 11 you can use 'ROM Installer' app for install img, zip etc. CWM and CM are different recoveries . For partition sdcard one partition is for data and other is unformatted for media which automaticly formated by recovery.
It's CWM v6.0.5.1, just like you said, but formatting through that does nothing for some reason (I chose 4GB ext and 512MB swap). When I format it manually on PC, CM12 install script finds the second (vfat) partition and tries and fails to mount it as /data (of course), and Lineage 14.1 properly finds the first one (ext4) but still gives me the same error, "failed to mount /dev/block/mmcblk0p1 at /data: invalid argument".

So is it a recovery issue? Do I absolutely need to switch to CM? I'll try 'ROM Installer' later today, because 'ROM Manager' I had stopped working for some reason (server connection error). But can I flash boot.img (kernel, not recovery) through an app, and do I need to? I've read somewhere that flashing kernel is only possible through usb connection. What I have now is I think DoomLord's kernel (?) with some patches, it says 3.4.0-LX+, will CM12 or 13 work on that?
 

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    What ROM do you have and what was the previous ROM and did you flash boot.img to upgrade? And recovery, did you switch CWM for CM to install the upgrade?
    You can't upgrade CM 12 or 13 from CM 11 because CM 11 flashed from CWM recovery and CM 12 or 13 flashed from CM recovery. Recoveries are in rom zip(boot.img).You must clean install CM 12 or 13. I have CM 12.1 on Xperia Mini
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    Does CM recovery also works with CM11? Can I safely replace CWM for CM trough an app on a working CM11? I don't want to completely mess up my phone, no usb - no way to restore if recovery fails.

    Wait, boot.img not recovery.img? I thought boot.ing was the kernel, and recovery is separate? I definitely remember flashing twrp-*.img recovery without affecting kernel. It was when usb on my phone was still working so my memory is fuzzy.
    In Legacy Xperia CM 11, CM 12 or CM 13 the 'boot.img' in the rom zip is working as recovery. there isn't need other recovery like twrp or phiz. So you first flash boot.img taken from rom zip, and boot in recovery. format system, data, cache and install Rom.
    You must note that every rom version has its own boot.img so dont mess up with each other. CM recovery don't works with CM 11. CM recovery is works with CM 12, 13 and 14
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    Not backwards compatible? Guess I'm out of luck then. Only thing left to do is to open it up and solder a new usb port. When that order from aliexpress arrives. It's usually anything but express, and I've only just bought it, so probably come winter.

    Still kinda think there is a way, but I ain't gonna risk it, CM11 works just fine, especially after I removed all things Google from it. No lag whatsoever. Awesome phone. A phone the size of a phone, not some half-tablet abomination.

    "ROM Installer" app offers to flash img as either recovery or boot in "Flash image", what's that about?
    I have a spare Xperia Ray. I will try on it when I am free. can you wait ?
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    That would be awesome! Yeah, I have nothing left to do but wait. For that order that's still in Hangzhou according to tracking.
    I am trying with this help but not success. Will try more when I am free. But you can try....
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    Thanks for all your help, man! I couldn't find a way to flash boot.img without an external connection, but found out that if I push the cable really hard using both hands and keep it very still in the right place I can actually reach data pins and that was enough to flash boot.img, pressing Enter with my pinkie. My mini got a second life with CM12, everything works great, I'm happy as an elephant) Thanks again!
    Glad to know you are success.
    I also tried many method to flash boot.img but nothing works.
    Cheers........
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    Code:
    [COLOR="Purple"]#include <std_disclaimer.h>[/COLOR]
    [COLOR="Navy"]/*
     * Your warranty is now void.
     *
     * I am not responsible for bricked devices, dead SD cards,
     * thermonuclear war, or you getting fired because the alarm app failed. Please
     * do some research if you have any concerns about features included in this ROM
     * before flashing it! YOU are choosing to make these modifications, and if
     * you point the finger at me for messing up your device, I will laugh at you.
     */[/COLOR]

    This is an unofficial build of CM13.0.
    This is an attempt to stay close to official cm13.0 and not make crazy hacks to make things working.

    This is a pure CM build, only contains official CM features. I will not add any other external feature/app/etc.


    For an up-to date working/not working list, bug tracker, useful guides & FAQ, visit our website:
    http://legacyxperia.github.io


    Want to contribute? Submit your changes to msm7x30 gerrit:
    http://review.msm7x30.org


    WARNING: This ROM uses a modified internal memory layout.
    Our /system partition is originally 400MB but this space is not enough for a fluid experience and a full installation with proper google apps.
    The internal storage has been repartitioned to give the whole space to /system & /cache. Your SD card will be used as the /data partition and emulated media storage like all modern devices.

    Partition your SD card with exactly 1 partition. ALL DATA WILL BE LOST. Backup anything you need.
    Basically, you need a normal SD card; if you repartitioned for Lollipop, you must revert that.
    Format to F2FS or ext4 (F2FS is the new standard), or
    if the partition is unformatted or FAT32, then it will automatically be formatted with F2FS later.
    You can use Partition Wizard (Win) or GParted (Linux).

    If you want to use this ROM you will always have to use the included kernel or use a kernel that includes the layour changes. Bug reports with non-standard kernels will be ignored.
    You will have to wipe the device and make a clean install.
    You cannot restore nandroid backups from previous android versions or restore backups from this ROM to other ROMs that don't use the new partition layout since you risk corrupting the data.
    I suggest to use Titanium Backup, Helium or any other similar app to backup your data if you really need to.


    Requirements:
    * Have the stock ICS 4.1.B.0.587 full ftf flashed (doesn't matter if you have flashed it in the past or if you flash it before installing cm13.0, it will work both ways)
    * LT15i (Arc) users need to flash LT18i (Arc S) ftf
    * MT15i (Neo) users need to flash MT11i (Neo V) ftf
    * You need a fast SD card with good random read/write (usually class 10 or higher).

    Steps required for correct installation (order is important):
    1: Flash boot.img in fastboot & reboot into recovery
    2 (optional): If the device is not booting, reboot to bootloader again and run:
    fastboot erase system
    3: Enter recovery
    4: Format /system, then /data and then /cache (Important step!)
    5: Flash update zip
    6: Flash gapps

    You need to flash gapps before booting into the ROM for the first time, else critical permissions will not be granted and you will have constant crashes, requiring a factory reset.

    Steps 2, 4, 6 are not needed when you install new LX build on top of an older one in the future

    If you want to return to a ROM that doesn't use the new partition layout, you need to follow the above steps again (only replace boot.img & update zip with the ones you want to use).

    More detailed instructions can be found in LX wiki

    FAQ/Q&A/Discussion thread:
    There's no longer a separate thread for discussion, to minimize fragmentation. You can use this thread.

    How to make your own test builds:
    This older guide works for cm-13.0 as well:
    {All 2011}[GUIDE][DEV] How to build CyanogenMod 12.1

    Changelog:
    Release changes

    Working/Non-working list
    Marshmallow status

    Downloads:
    https://s.basketbuild.com/devs/LegacyXperia
    PLEASE DON'T MIRROR OUR UPLOADS

    Recommended Google Apps:
    Google Apps packaged by Mardon

    NOTE:
    Following xda's rule #12 spirit: If you are developing something that is based on my work, you MUST first seek my permission, you must add proper credits and you must add links pointing to my original thread and to my github sources.
    Breaking this rule will lead me to report the thread to the moderators.


    BUG Tracker
    If you want to help fixing those bugs, please report the bugs in the bug tracker. Thanks!
    Logs are needed (logcat/dmesg/last_kmsg), not just "got FC" or "+1" useless replies.
    For more detailed instructions check the bug reporting guide in the FAQ.


    XDA:DevDB Information
    LegacyXperia , ROM for the Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc

    Contributors
    mikeioannina, Mardon, Rrreutel, Adrian DC, cajhin and many others
    Source Code: http://github.com/LegacyXperia

    ROM OS Version: 6.0.x Marshmallow
    ROM Kernel: Linux 3.4.x
    ROM Firmware Required: Latest version of official ICS firmware: 4.1.B.0.587 or the latest supported baseband: 8x55A-AAABQOAZM-203028G-77
    Based On: CyanogenMod

    Version Information
    Status: Beta
    Current Beta Version: 20161109
    Beta Release Date: 2016-11-09

    Created 2016-02-26
    Last Updated 2016-11-09
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    ## Nightly build 20160227 - cm-13.0
    * Latest cm13.0 changes
    * Initial public build
    * Included Google's security bulletins up to February 1
    * WARNING: Switched to emulated storage. More info [here](https://github.com/LegacyXperia/Wiki/wiki/Installing-Marshmallow)
    * Marked SD as nonremovable in kernel: Reduces time spent in mmc1_detect wakelock
    * Removed SD eject option from settings
    * Fixed charger led staying always on
    * Replaced aosp Camera2 with Snap camera app
    * Changed to half-resolution boot animation to reduce boot time
    * Actually using lz4 to compress zRAM
    * Updated yaffs to latest upstream code
    * Added workaround for urushi flash. More info [here](http://review.msm7x30.org/1119)
    * Added low resource fake material progress spinner to improve dex2oat time

    First builds will roll based on device popularity in the next 2 days.
    Special thanks to LX team and everyone who helped so far with testing and bug fixing! Functionality should be the same as cm-12.1 or better, but let us know of any issues.

    Bluetooth is reported as not quite stable yet (some devices not reconnecting, turning BT on/off through settings not working reliably)
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    LegacyXperia test release : For building test purposes and for those interested
    in a preview of LineageOS on the 11 supported 2011 Xperia devices,

    here are builds of all devices that you can try and report back on :
    https://mega.nz/#F!bt0VzQDA!6OD6YFjCKYUkX6GRhNOBDg

    I hold included work-in-progress patches here (0117+ builds done at PS5) :
    http://review.msm7x30.org/#/c/1563/

    These are here for testing purposes and no guarantee of usability,
    stability or else will be given until further work is done on our side.


    Also please do not rehost the builds as they are meant to be removed once the next build batch is ready to start.
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    LegacyXperia cm-13.0 20161109 release

    On behalf of Mike and the other LegacyXperia devs I'm posting a new release of LegacyXperia cm-13.0. Mike will be mostly offline during the coming months due to military training.

    ## Nightly build 20161109 - cm-13.0
    * Latest cm13.0 changes
    * Included Google's security bulletins up to October 1st 2016
    * Fixed CVE-2014-4655, CVE-2015-2686, CVE-2015-4177, CVE-2015-7515, CVE-2015-8830, CVE-2015-8839, CVE-2016-0819, CVE-2016-2059, CVE-2016-2384, CVE-2016-2468, CVE-2016-2475, CVE-2016-2504, CVE-2016-2545, CVE-2016-2546, CVE-2016-2547, CVE-2016-2549, CVE-2016-2847, CVE-2016-3134, CVE-2016-3135, CVE-2016-3138, CVE-2016-3156, CVE-2016-3768, CVE-2016-3809, CVE-2016-3951, CVE-2016-4470, CVE-2016-4482, CVE-2016-4486, CVE-2016-4569, CVE-2016-4578, CVE-2016-4805, CVE-2016-4998, CVE-2016-5342, CVE-2016-5829, CVE-2016-6683, CVE-2016-6828, CVE-2016-7042, CVE-2016-7117, CVE-2016-7910, CVE-2016-7911, CVE-2015-8962, CVE-2016-2184, CVE-2015-8963, CVE-2016-6136, CVE-2016-6738, CVE-2015-8964, CVE-2016-7915
    * Updated f2fs to latest f2fs-stable linux-3.4.y code
    * Added lzma compression for kernel and ramdisk, possibly allowing devices with bad blocks to flash the smaller boot.img
    * disabled signature checking in recovery to allow flashing the ever growing CM-13.0 zips more reliably

    Builds are available from basketbuild.

    For gapps we recommend @Mardon 's miniGAPPS (the Std. version is probably too large) from Google Apps 6.0.1 [HDPI][MDPI] - (upd.20161024)

    After the recent 20161025 CM-11.0 release some donations have come in to support the VPS server. (It's hosting Gerrit to manage changes and future releases for LegacyXperia).

    These donations are much appreciated, thanks everyone who donated! If you haven't yet, but would still like to materialize a 'thanks' to Mike and LegacyXperia, please feel free to donate here :good: