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[ROM][4.2.2 JDQ39 AOSP] Eos 4.0 -- Mako

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teameos

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Dec 19, 2011
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EOS_Nexus4_zps6edf856d.png


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Welcome to Eos 4.0! The Eos project originated with the AOSP release of ICS, and was originally founded by Solarnz and co founded by Bigrushdog. Since then, Eos has evolved into a multinational collaborative effort backed by top Android developers. Our objective is to provide a world class AOSP build with unique features and enhancements. Eos is an ongoing development project in which builds are released on a regular basis. Every release should be considered stable and highly functional.


Team_Roster_zps46dbf82a.png


Solarnz - Project founder and backend systems admin
Bigrushdog - Project lead, Chief Developer
Kevdliu - Feature Engineer, Toro maintainer
Timduru - Frameworks Developer, TF101 maintainer
Roach - Frameworks Developer - N4 maintainer
RaymanFX - Remote branch and Experia maintainer
Runandhide05 - Xoom maintainer
UBER - Chief Graphics Designer
Sykomaniac - Maguro maintainer


Features_zps2a2d8d3e.png

Code:
NX Gesture Navigation Bar
Custom Quick Toggles Tiles with Brightness & Volume Seekbars
Softkeys Long-Press Actions
Custom Navigation Bar Ring Quick Launch Targets
EOS Status Bar Toggles
Navigation Bar Color w/ Project Glass (Auto-Transparency, not the Google Project Glass :P)
Status Bar Color
Battery Indicator Mods
Clock Mods
T-Mobile Theme Engine
Hide System Bars
Performance Settings
Volume keys switch depending on rotation. So the volume up key is always either on the top or to the right of volume down. (Toggle-able)
Default Volume Control Stream (Ring or Media)
Advanced power menu with reboot options.
Eos Control Center
MORE...


Creds_zps6c05dbff.png


We give love and much respect to Cyanogenmod. The AOSP scene would not exist as it does today without them. We implement some of their branches to support legacy devices and features that users have demanded. The resources we use include, but are not limited to:

Features:
Code:
Phone: for T9 dialer support
MMS
T-Mobile Theme Engine

Branches:
Code:
libhardware, libhardware_legacy, system/core, system/netd, /system/vold, frameworks/native, frameworks/av, isolated frameworks/base cherry-picks,
and various qualcomm support related branches. We also use some qualcomm related branches from CodeAurora Forum.


Download_zps886ec94c.png



Team EOS Mako Nightly builds

Download


G-Apps Package

Because this is an AOSP based rom Google Apps are not included. To install Google Apps please flash the following package after installing the rom:

Gapps package



Kernel_zps676c695a.png


Nexus 4 comes with the stock aosp kernel.


Installation_Notes_zpsa4a4cf88.png


These builds are designed to be installed from your favorite recovery. MAKE SURE YOU HAVE THE LATEST 4.2.2 COMPATIBLE RECOVERY.

Information_zps30564da7.png


Changlog
Contribute
Gerrit Review
Gitweb for GPL compliance
 
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Droidxda

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Jul 28, 2010
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Hello,

I m looking for this sort of rom, near of stock, but rooted and features like quiet hours and battery circle :p

I have a probleme with the stock, when i m in call, i loose my data conection, is this correct ?

i ll try it soon.
thank you for this work.
 

android88

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Jan 21, 2012
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4,790
Hello,

I m looking for this sort of rom, near of stock, but rooted and features like quiet hours and battery circle :p

I have a probleme with the stock, when i m in call, i loose my data conection, is this correct ?

i ll try it soon.
thank you for this work.

Yes, this ROM is similar to stock with a small but nice amount of tweaks (I tested before they made a thread for it).

Yes, that's what's supposed to happen during a call.

Sent from my Nexus 4 using xda premium
 

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    EOS_Nexus4_zps6edf856d.png


    EOS_40_Header_zpsfc17bf00.png

    Welcome to Eos 4.0! The Eos project originated with the AOSP release of ICS, and was originally founded by Solarnz and co founded by Bigrushdog. Since then, Eos has evolved into a multinational collaborative effort backed by top Android developers. Our objective is to provide a world class AOSP build with unique features and enhancements. Eos is an ongoing development project in which builds are released on a regular basis. Every release should be considered stable and highly functional.


    Team_Roster_zps46dbf82a.png


    Solarnz - Project founder and backend systems admin
    Bigrushdog - Project lead, Chief Developer
    Kevdliu - Feature Engineer, Toro maintainer
    Timduru - Frameworks Developer, TF101 maintainer
    Roach - Frameworks Developer - N4 maintainer
    RaymanFX - Remote branch and Experia maintainer
    Runandhide05 - Xoom maintainer
    UBER - Chief Graphics Designer
    Sykomaniac - Maguro maintainer


    Features_zps2a2d8d3e.png

    Code:
    NX Gesture Navigation Bar
    Custom Quick Toggles Tiles with Brightness & Volume Seekbars
    Softkeys Long-Press Actions
    Custom Navigation Bar Ring Quick Launch Targets
    EOS Status Bar Toggles
    Navigation Bar Color w/ Project Glass (Auto-Transparency, not the Google Project Glass :P)
    Status Bar Color
    Battery Indicator Mods
    Clock Mods
    T-Mobile Theme Engine
    Hide System Bars
    Performance Settings
    Volume keys switch depending on rotation. So the volume up key is always either on the top or to the right of volume down. (Toggle-able)
    Default Volume Control Stream (Ring or Media)
    Advanced power menu with reboot options.
    Eos Control Center
    MORE...


    Creds_zps6c05dbff.png


    We give love and much respect to Cyanogenmod. The AOSP scene would not exist as it does today without them. We implement some of their branches to support legacy devices and features that users have demanded. The resources we use include, but are not limited to:

    Features:
    Code:
    Phone: for T9 dialer support
    MMS
    T-Mobile Theme Engine

    Branches:
    Code:
    libhardware, libhardware_legacy, system/core, system/netd, /system/vold, frameworks/native, frameworks/av, isolated frameworks/base cherry-picks,
    and various qualcomm support related branches. We also use some qualcomm related branches from CodeAurora Forum.


    Download_zps886ec94c.png



    Team EOS Mako Nightly builds

    Download


    G-Apps Package

    Because this is an AOSP based rom Google Apps are not included. To install Google Apps please flash the following package after installing the rom:

    Gapps package



    Kernel_zps676c695a.png


    Nexus 4 comes with the stock aosp kernel.


    Installation_Notes_zpsa4a4cf88.png


    These builds are designed to be installed from your favorite recovery. MAKE SURE YOU HAVE THE LATEST 4.2.2 COMPATIBLE RECOVERY.

    Information_zps30564da7.png


    Changlog
    Contribute
    Gerrit Review
    Gitweb for GPL compliance
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    Hey guys. Since N4 is such an important device in today's AOSP scene, I wanted to take a few minutes to lay out what the Eos project is all about, and what can be expected. This project is fundamentally driven by a spirit of originality. We are guys that love programming. We love using our devices everyday and thinking, "What could we do better? Why did Android do it like this?" I believe that is the core driver of feature creativity. At the same time, I don't believe in reinventing the wheel either. For example, Cyanogenmod has the best Mms and Phone implementation, period. Therefore, we implement that resource, and give proper love, credit, and respect. We are friends to all. Personally, I really love the scene right now! So many guys are getting into AOSP, compiling their favorite projects on their own, contributing, sharing.

    We are also responsive to the needs of our users. If it becomes evident there is demand for a popular feature, such as the TMobile Theme Engine, we make it happen. However, one thing I am opposed to is implementing features that are unique to another project. Features like Quiet Hours from Cyanogenmod or Pie from Paranoid are awesome features. Yet, they are uniquely CM and PA. They wrote those features, and they are features that give those projects their identify. So by definition, those features would take away from our unique identity. I don't apply this standard to every feature any other team writes, of course. But I think you guys get the picture. I don't bog down our build with features I deem stupid. If you haven't used a feature in a week, it don't belong in your build. Being the project leader, I get to make that assessment. But with proper logic and reasoning, my mind can be changed as well :highfive:

    Besides Maguro, this really our first big GSM device. So we'll have some catching up to do with GSM features, like 2g/3g toggle. Why anybody would force 2g is beyond me, but I digress lol. This is an ongoing project and we welcome user feedback and participation. We are drama-free. Their will be no trolling here. And i forgot to add the XDA support link in ECC but you guys know where it is :p

    For more info, check my sig. We also include the change log in ECC (Eos Control Center)

    Thanks for giving Eos a run! For you guys that know what's up from the tablet side of things, you know we like kicking ass and taking names!


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    Linaro tool chain, Bionic, Krait, Ninja, Captain America & all other buzz words included..? ;)

    Buzzwords are for guys that learn how to cherry pick and think that's actually developing. We write our features from scratch. We'll save the buzzwords for the 50 cm and aokp kangs out there.
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