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[ROM][04-07] Miui 2.3.30 Alpha 2 for Nook Tablet (GB 2.3.7)

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cobrato

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This is the 2nd Alpha version based on my original port of Miui 2.2.3

Change Log:
1. Use Succulent's CM7 kernel
2. Use miuiandroid's Miui Rom 2.3.30 for N1
3. Use Stock wifi modules and vendor files
4. Include Andy Thomson's Extended Settings Mod - http://miuiandroid.com/community/threads/mod-extended-settings-menu-options.7738/
5. Minor fixes

Credits:
1. Succulent - for the Kernel
2. MIUI & CyanogenMod Development Teams
3. Team B - Goncezilla, CeltiWebSolutions & Indirect - for the CM7 rom that provides great reference
4. Andy Thomson for the Extended Settings Mod
5. All NT Developers for root, hacks, CWM, guides ...
6. Veronica aka lavero.burgos for CWM backup, various helps, tests
7. Me - for porting the rom

Links (do not mirror):
http://www.mediafire.com/?q8cg33fa36l9at8

md5sum: 321e7ba0795a220b882ddf32b836a3e4

Instructions:
1. Copy the rom - NTMiui2330c.zip to SD Card
2. Boot into CWM and do a backup of your current rom
3. Flash the rom
4. Do a factory reset
5. Reboot

Not Working:
- HW Video decoding - any help would be greatly appreciated
- HD Youtube (I think it is related to above)

Notes:
1. If you encounter white text on white background - try turn on compatibility mode or change to a dark theme
2. This rom is still in alpha. Please post your feedback/solution here and help each other

If you like it pls hit the Thanks button or buy me a beer :)
 

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dodgepot

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I'm going to grab this in a minute. Mind if I ask how you went about creating this? I tried using the miui builder that's out there but got stuck.

Anyhoo, great work!

Sent from my HTC Glacier using xda premium
 

cobrato

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I'm going to grab this in a minute. Mind if I ask how you went about creating this? I tried using the miui builder that's out there but got stuck.

Anyhoo, great work!

Sent from my HTC Glacier using xda premium

kind of mix and match and trial and error ;)

I came from X10 and there's a guide on mixing the roms (it's buried deep in XDA but you can still find it at Modaco I think)

It's important to have a well working rom (in this case CM7) to base on

Need to get it boot up and read the logcat and change from there
 

nba1341

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Going to try this soon just wondering one thing does changing dpi fix icon sizes and/or does zeam launcher have an option to disable app drawer so its similar to miui launcher?
 

dodgepot

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62a0e099-4ec2-5fb3.jpg
It's looking good so far. status bar is across the top too. Looks like it's a bit short on the left hand side cos there's a little square black box there right now. Will install screenshot app to take pic

Sent from my Nook Tablet using Tapatalk
 
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nba1341

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http://img.tapatalk.com/62a0e099-4ec2-5fb3.jpg
It's looking good so far. status bar is across the top too. Looks like it's a bit short on the left hand side cos there's a little square black box there right now. Will install screenshot app to take pic

Sent from my Nook Tablet using Tapatalk

is that an app that creates the home/menu keys on the right side like that or is that how miui is?
 
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cobrato

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Going to try this soon just wondering one thing does changing dpi fix icon sizes and/or does zeam launcher have an option to disable app drawer so its similar to miui launcher?

I have not tried various dpi yet.

I don't think you can disable app drawer in Zeam. But if you drag everything out or set app drawer background to transparent then it's quite similar to miui launcher.

Wiped and installed it twice to be sure. I don't even get to a boot animation.

It just dies.

Try factory reset + clear dalvik cache after install. First boot may take a while

It's looking good so far. status bar is across the top too. Looks like it's a bit short on the left hand side cos there's a little square black box there right now. Will install screenshot app to take pic

Sent from my Nook Tablet using Tapatalk

Thanks, for a while I thought my zip is bad from previous post.

I notice the status bar issue too. May need to experiment with different dpi and see.
 

marc11284

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Just installed, looks great! I did go into a boot loop the first time I tried to install. I then wiped/installed and wiped again. Booted up quick and easy after that. Other than the status bar, haven't noticed too much quite yet but its only been 5 minutes. Will post again later.
 

dodgepot

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That's button Savior. Wonder if there is an ICS style softkeys somewhere that would work

Sent from my HTC Glacier using xda premium
 

marc11284

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That's button Savior. Wonder if there is an ICS style softkeys somewhere that would work

Sent from my HTC Glacier using xda premium

The newest update to button savior added an ICS theme. Not sure if that's exactly what you are looking for though. I've been using that on my Gnex for a week or so and love it.
 

dodgepot

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The newest update to button savior added an ICS theme. Not sure if that's exactly what you are looking for though. I've been using that on my Gnex for a week or so and love it.

More of an actual softkey row across the bottom like there is on ICS roms which don't have physical buttons. Make sense? Ill see if I can find something to show as an example.

62a0e099-6413-0ddb.jpg


Them soft keys. It'll shift the screen up slightly but it'd be decent.

Sent from my HTC Glacier using xda premium
 
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cobrato

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yes the dpi does the trick

Stock Launcher Icons and Status Bar look much better now (but very big) :)

Use RootExplorer to edit the /system/build.prop as follows:

remove the following lines:
Code:
ro.sf.lcd_density.xdpi=169.33333
ro.sf.lcd_density.ydpi=169.33333

add this line:
Code:
qemu.sf.lcd_density=240

save and set permission to 644 (all read, top write)

Edit: you need also to replace the keyboard file or it appears super big. here is the LatinIME.apk taken from Nook Color rom. Copy it to /system/app folder and set permission to 644
then reboot
 

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nba1341

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yes the dpi does the trick

Stock Launcher Icons and Status Bar look much better now (but very big) :)

Use RootExplorer to edit the /system/build.prop as follows:

remove the following lines:
Code:
ro.sf.lcd_density.xdpi=169.33333
ro.sf.lcd_density.ydpi=169.33333

add this line:
Code:
qemu.sf.lcd_density=240

save and set permission to 644 (all read, top write)
then reboot

sweet looks great thanks!
 

marc11284

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If you install a theme, the sliding down action wont work.

Help---> how can i unlock the nook lockscreen

it wont let me open it/unlock

I installed a variation of the iphone unlock slider, and sliding my finger exactly where the arrow was didn't work, but right under the slider did work. Maybe try sliding your finger in different places on the screen? I don't know much about miui so I don't know if there is another work around....
 

424aca

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miui help

If you install a theme, the sliding down action wont work.

Help---> how can i unlock the nook lockscreen

it wont let me open it/unlock

if i slide down... when i release, it goes back up

(can you force boot into CWM)


WRONG SECTION
but i am desperate
 

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    This is the 2nd Alpha version based on my original port of Miui 2.2.3

    Change Log:
    1. Use Succulent's CM7 kernel
    2. Use miuiandroid's Miui Rom 2.3.30 for N1
    3. Use Stock wifi modules and vendor files
    4. Include Andy Thomson's Extended Settings Mod - http://miuiandroid.com/community/threads/mod-extended-settings-menu-options.7738/
    5. Minor fixes

    Credits:
    1. Succulent - for the Kernel
    2. MIUI & CyanogenMod Development Teams
    3. Team B - Goncezilla, CeltiWebSolutions & Indirect - for the CM7 rom that provides great reference
    4. Andy Thomson for the Extended Settings Mod
    5. All NT Developers for root, hacks, CWM, guides ...
    6. Veronica aka lavero.burgos for CWM backup, various helps, tests
    7. Me - for porting the rom

    Links (do not mirror):
    http://www.mediafire.com/?q8cg33fa36l9at8

    md5sum: 321e7ba0795a220b882ddf32b836a3e4

    Instructions:
    1. Copy the rom - NTMiui2330c.zip to SD Card
    2. Boot into CWM and do a backup of your current rom
    3. Flash the rom
    4. Do a factory reset
    5. Reboot

    Not Working:
    - HW Video decoding - any help would be greatly appreciated
    - HD Youtube (I think it is related to above)

    Notes:
    1. If you encounter white text on white background - try turn on compatibility mode or change to a dark theme
    2. This rom is still in alpha. Please post your feedback/solution here and help each other

    If you like it pls hit the Thanks button or buy me a beer :)
    5
    Yes we all expecting update but due to restrictions in the CM7 thread don't know if @cobrato can proceed, hope he shows up soon and clarify this :D, if you need help count with me, if you're not going to update then pm me the link of the tutorial or relelase one so "we" could build our own :p.

    Cheers,

    ~ Veronica

    I got it all up and running with the new kernel. But I'd respect Celtic's wish and only post the update when he's ok with it :)
    3
    Sorry for double post but i was wondering if its possible to delete buttonsavior. Im using zmooth and BS (button savior :p) is really annoying me because i have to manually turn it off everytime i boot. Thanks

    Sent from my Nook Tablet using xda premium

    Use this app to remove /system & /data apps

    http://db.tt/5Rdop3qK

    ~ Veronica
    3
    yes the dpi does the trick

    Stock Launcher Icons and Status Bar look much better now (but very big) :)

    Use RootExplorer to edit the /system/build.prop as follows:

    remove the following lines:
    Code:
    ro.sf.lcd_density.xdpi=169.33333
    ro.sf.lcd_density.ydpi=169.33333

    add this line:
    Code:
    qemu.sf.lcd_density=240

    save and set permission to 644 (all read, top write)

    Edit: you need also to replace the keyboard file or it appears super big. here is the LatinIME.apk taken from Nook Color rom. Copy it to /system/app folder and set permission to 644
    then reboot
    2
    Going to try this soon just wondering one thing does changing dpi fix icon sizes and/or does zeam launcher have an option to disable app drawer so its similar to miui launcher?

    I have not tried various dpi yet.

    I don't think you can disable app drawer in Zeam. But if you drag everything out or set app drawer background to transparent then it's quite similar to miui launcher.

    Wiped and installed it twice to be sure. I don't even get to a boot animation.

    It just dies.

    Try factory reset + clear dalvik cache after install. First boot may take a while

    It's looking good so far. status bar is across the top too. Looks like it's a bit short on the left hand side cos there's a little square black box there right now. Will install screenshot app to take pic

    Sent from my Nook Tablet using Tapatalk

    Thanks, for a while I thought my zip is bad from previous post.

    I notice the status bar issue too. May need to experiment with different dpi and see.