- Aug 8, 2014
Will be added overclocking to 1200MHz ?
So i will test it, but do you work with new roms or sync Cm 10.1 sources ?Today I will probably upload a new version, with stagefright patches applied.
Both jena and jenad.
I cannot test it as I don't have the phone, but it should work fine, as I didn't change anything else.
Edit: Build is up. Enjoy
Rooting the device isn't necessary. You just need to install an older version of CWM in order to update to 188.8.131.52. Updating is done through CWM itself so you need to have some version installed. As for CM11, you should be able to install it on all versions of CWM after 184.108.40.206.At first a big thanks to bleached for his excellent work! :good:
Question, can I use any more recent ClockworkMod like v220.127.116.11 with this newest CM 10.1 release here? I want to try also midzan21's latest CM11 release, so I have to install a newer ClockworkMod build (which should fix that damn "internal mounting issue").
What's the exact install order? Is it necessary to unlock & root the phone first? Sometimes rooting is included while installing CWM. (This seems to be different from phone to phone.)
1) unlock the phone
2) root the phone
3) install CWM (v18.104.22.168)
4) install CM 10.1 or CM11
5) install the right GApps package
Yes that is correct. CM11 has pretty bad in-app performance. Apps that I used on CM10.1 worked very badly on CM11. That is if you just want to make calls on it, set up alarms and that normal user stuff go for it. But if you are looking for a reliable, stable, good on performance ROM its the CM10.1 07/07 build. The thing is very well made, and if you are being put off by the looks you might want to check out these:Thanks meganukebmp for this detailed answer.
Ok, I understand. I should first install CWM v22.214.171.124 and then update it to CWM v126.96.36.199. So, it is not a good idea to install v188.8.131.52 directly. (http://forum.xda-developers.com/galaxy-mini/mini-2-dev/cwm-6-0-5-1-galaxy-mini-2-s6500-t3201861)
Well, if you say that CM11 has bad performance, CM10.1 works with CWM v184.108.40.206, right? So, I only need CWM v220.127.116.11 when I want to try CM11...
I hope that's my last question before I start. Well, - I cannot use ODIN because all these CWM files here are zip files. Odin needs a tar package if I remember me correctly. (That was the case when I updated my Galaxy Tab P1000.)... EDIT: Whait sorry. Didn't know that CWM existed as an ODIN package. If it is an ODIN package you have no problems installing it on any ROM at any time. Go for it since it seems to fix the internal partition bug.
Check if the tar or md5 file is in the zip. If not you will need to install the zip through CWM. Sadly CWM 18.104.22.168 is hosted at goo.im and the link is dead. I will try to dig it up if I have it on my HD, but most likely not. Don't do anything yet.I hope that's my last question before I start. Well, - I cannot use ODIN because all these CWM files here are zip files. Odin needs a tar package if I remember me correctly. (That was the case when I updated my Galaxy Tab P1000.)
Therefore I need to install this CWM v22.214.171.124 from stock ROM recovery, - right? I think there is an option there like "install from zip" or so.
And yes, sorry for this off-topic post.
Many thanks for your efforts meganukebmp! :good:Check if the tar or md5 file is in the zip. If not you will need to install the zip through CWM. Sadly CWM 126.96.36.199 is hosted at goo.im and the link is dead. I will try to dig it up if I have it on my HD, but most likely not. Don't do anything yet.
Glad to hear thatMany thanks for your efforts meganukebmp! :good:
Well, I have done it , latest CM 10.1 07/07 build really runs PERFECTLY with CWM v188.8.131.52 on my S6500! Many thanks again to bleached for this great work on CM10.1 and to simokb1996 for CWM v184.108.40.206.
It is as you said meganukebmp, great performance, stable, NFC enabled, 200% better then original stock 2.3.6 ROM!
My steps were:
0) Unlock the phone (yes not needed, but after CM install you cannot make this any longer)
1) flash CWM v220.127.116.11-b2 with ODIN
2) disable verification check in CWM v18.104.22.168-b2 and install (upgrade to) CWM v22.214.171.124
3) clear old stuff with "wipe data/factory reset"
4) Install latest CM 10.1 07/07 build and the corresponding GApps (like in my case this was from external micro SD card sdcard1)
The CWM install and update process is currently really "gorky" (suboptimal). Will post these informations at the other thread...
Only problem was that at first boot up, Google+ was crashing. So I make a reinstall of the GApps package in CWM and since then everything works fine.
Unfortunately my first CM11 M12 install attempt has ended shorty at the beginning of the installation. This resulted in a strange endless boot loop. Well, was able to enter CWM v126.96.36.199, wipe again everything out and then I changed quickly to this CM 10.1 build here.