[ROM] AICP - 12.1 - N 7.1.1_r9 n7100 Official Nightlys

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Trafalgar Square

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AICP
Android Ice Cold Project

AICP is known as Android Ice Cold Project, which started on the HTC Desire HD. Since then many features and tweaks have been added to the ROM. Until Android Lollipop AICP has been AOKP based. Since AOKP stopped the development, we switched the base to CyanogenMod. This ROM is always based on the latest code of CyanogenMod 14.1. AICP is one of the most highly customizable roms that you can install on your mobile device. Some of our devices are being built as nightlys and some as weeklys. Please don't complain or ask for ETA, if there is no update.

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Display and animations:

  • System animations
  • Toast icon and animation
  • Power menu animation
  • IME animation
  • LCD densidy changer

Status bar:

  • Clock style (position, date view, date format, color, font type and size, seconds)
  • Status bar icons control
  • Battery Icon style (percentage, icon type)
  • Brightness control
  • Show notification count
  • Quick pulldown on QS
  • Superuser indicator control
  • Headset icon
  • AICP logo
  • Traffic Indicators
  • Carrier Label
  • Battery bar
  • Statusbar weather temperature

Notification drawer:

  • Brightness slider
  • Time contextual header
  • Weather info settings
  • Force expanded notifications
  • Disable immersive mode messages

Recents panel:

  • Clear all button settings
  • Show/hide search bar in recent menu
  • Recents in fullscreen
  • Show/hide clock and date in recent menu
  • Memory bar

Lock screen:

  • Show/hide music visualizer
  • Show/hide media cover art
  • Lock screen shortcuts
  • Mid-Screen shortcuts
  • Lock screen blur
  • DT2S on lockscreen
  • Lock Clock fonts
  • Lockscreen weather options

Buttons:

  • Enable/disable navigation bar buttons
  • Left-handed mode
  • Buttons and layout settings
  • Adjust navigation bar dimensions
  • CM button long press, double press features
  • SlimDim
  • Power menu settings
  • Press power button twice for camera

Misc:

  • Pie Control
  • Gesture Anywhere
  • App Circle Bar
  • Slim Recents
  • OmniSwitch
  • Scrolling cache settings
  • Disable FC notifications
  • DT2S on navigation bar
  • Launch music app when headset is connected
  • Enable/disable screenshot sound
  • Three fingers swipe for screenshot
  • System App remover
  • Take logcat, kmesg, dmesg on the go! (AicpExtras -> Log that 's'hit)
  • AICPStats

Quick Settings toggles:

  • QS Compass Tile
  • QS NFC Tile
  • QS Sync Tile
  • QS Volume Tile
  • QS Profiles Tile
  • QS USB tether Tile
  • QS Screen timeout Tile
  • QS Performance Tile
  • QS Lockscreen toggle Tile
  • QS Ambient Display Tile
  • QS Live Display Tile
  • QS Brightness Tile
  • QS ScreenOff Tile
  • QS Screenshot Tile
  • QS Expanded desktop Tile
  • QS Music Tile
  • QS Reboot Tile
  • QS LTE Tile
  • QS Nav bar Tile
  • QS SlimPie Tile
  • QS App circle bar Tile
  • QS App side bar Tile


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We are now paying for servers that build nightlies and everything that comes with it, so EVERY DONATION will really be appreciated and be used to cover those expenses.
Thank you!!



3U7XWsV.png


AICP-Download:
http://dwnld.aicp-rom.com/?device=n7100
GApps:
http://opengapps.org/
Tweaking App:
PlayStore

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You can check the changelog in AICP Extras or on our download site.

b5b2bXK.png


  • All bugs, which CyanogenMod gave us

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ROMs should contain everything you need to enjoy Nougat. You are not required to install any Add Ons, simply download the latest ROM, Google Apps, flash it, and go!
You are STRONGLY recommended to fully wipe your device before flashing, and if possible avoid restoring system apps and system data with Titanium Backup - these can cause stability issues that are very hard to debug. If you believe you know what you're doing - then fine, go ahead, but please don't complain if you experience strange behavior.




How to flash:

  • Install latest TWRP/CWM/Philz recovery on your device.
  • Make a backup of your current ROM.
  • Wipe system, data, cache and dalvik.
  • Flash ROM.zip and Googleapps.zip.
  • Reboot system and setup!



PREREQUISITE FOR OTA:
To be able to flash over OTA app, TWRP recovery is needed.
You can still use CWM and OTA app, but only to download zip file and flash it manually from within recovery. Zip gets saved under AICP_ota folder on your internal SDcard.

If you want to contribute to the AICP or wanna see what is being worked on/merge feel free to visit our gerrit, link is at the bottom!!!

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  1. GitHub
  2. Gerrit
  3. Google Plus Community
Device Kernel: https://github.com/Note-2/android_kernel_samsung_smdk4412

XDA:DevDB Information
Android Ice Cold Project (AICP), ROM for the Samsung Galaxy Note II

Contributors
Trafalgar Square, tilaksidduram
Source Code: https://github.com/AICP

ROM OS Version: 7.x Nougat
ROM Kernel: Linux 3.0.x
Based On: AOKP, CyanogenMod

Version Information
Status: Nightly

Created 2016-11-05
Last Updated 2017-01-08
 

yerob

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AudioFx is not working.
Unable to play any media such as music, video...
Proximity sensor is not working
I cant provide logcat cux I switch back to 4.4.4 immediately after test.
 

jer194

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In the description it still says stuff about marshmallow. Please update the first post to avoid confusion. Great work. Many thanks.

Thanks for your efforts to provide us with a working AICP 12.1 ROM :) (even Nightly!)

boot.img currently seems to be inspired by tilaksidduram's, (at least according to what you say in his google+ thread).
Also, he has provided some advice while setting up this AICP ROM.
Maybe some tribute to him would be appropriate in the OP?

Anyway, thanks again :)
 
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mahmoud17

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after update via ota
no network work or wifi or gps only bluetooth
so i downloaded gapps and rom again and try to install it still no network work until flash boot.img via twrp and finally network worked and wifi and gps :D thanks for your great rom
 

mahmoud17

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after update via ota
no network work or wifi or gps only bluetooth
so i downloaded gapps and rom again and try to install it still no network work until flash boot.img via twrp and finally network worked and wifi and gps :D thanks for your great rom

problem !!!

i can't make a call or answer comming call or listen to music ! no sounds !
audiofx keep force close
 

miminepho

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Apr 5, 2015
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Why spread something that does not work, for the third time? Not working relationship, wi-fi, sound, and I can not go to the external memory card.

Hello!

As a workaround you can use the Download app to access your SD card. I was able to install Titanium Backup from there. You could try to install another file explorer from there as well see if it works.
 

miminepho

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Apr 5, 2015
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Hi again,

Here's a new bug : can't access Developer options. It shows a black screen.

Also, if anyone is interested in multiROM with AICP 11.0 and AICP 12.1, I managed to install both ROMs using a workaround with the method from Tilak Sidduram on Google+. It's working great so far. If anyone is interested I wrote a tutorial, but I'm not sure if it's relevant to post it here...
[EDIT] You can find the tutorial a few posts ahead.
 
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andrewKode

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Hi again,

Here's a new bug : can't access Developer options. It shows a black screen.

Also, if anyone is interested in multiROM with AICP 11.0 and AICP 12.1, I managed to install both ROMs using a workaround with the method from Tilak Sidduram on Google+. It's working great so far. If anyone is interested I wrote a tutorial, but I'm not sure if it's relevant to post it here...

JUST DO IT! DO IT!
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miminepho

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Apr 5, 2015
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JUST DO IT! DO IT!
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You asked for it, there it is! The tutorial isn't too complex, but it can take some time. Make sure to have an hour, depending on the amount of data to back up.

Modified version of Tilak's tutorial for multiROM, to make AICP 11.0 and 12.1 work together. Original version : https://plus.google.com/108321221872633034471/posts/XmthQRP7jMX

What we’re about to do :
Tilak’s method didn’t work for me. The recovery wouldn’t install AICP 12.0 and would show an error. You can try his first. If it works, make sure to tell me so I can mention it here.
I found a workaround which is explained in this tutorial. The trick is to install AICP 12.1 as the primary system and then move it to secondaries with the TWRP multiROM recovery. You will not loose any data, thanks to a nandroid backup.

Please check that you have enough space on your phone or SD card to store a full nandroid backup and the required files. Also, make sure to charge up your phone.

Assuming you're running AICP 11.0 with the latest version of the official TWRP recovery for Note 2.

Prequisites :

-Download the latest TWRP multiROM custom recovery, the multiROM zip and the multiROM uninstaller zip from here https://www.androidfilehost.com/?w=files&flid=125030 (link in Tilak’s original post) and place the files on your phone or SD card.
-Download the latest AICP 12.0 nightly and place the files on your phone or SD card.

Ready ? Let’s go !

-Boot into TWRP
-Make a full nandroid backup of your current AICP 11.0 system
-Wipe Data, Cache, Dalvik Cache and System

-According to Trafalgar Square : Flash ROM & GApps (the latest nightly release of AICP 12.1)
-Boot
-Reboot to Recovery
-Flash Boot.img via TWRP (on the boot partition of course)
-Reboot
-Have fun (not yet)

-Instead of having fun : reboot into recovery
-According to Tilak : Flash the TWRP multiROM recovery zip
-Then flash the multiROM zip
-Reboot without wiping Cache and Dalvik Cache

The multiROM boot screen should show up. It’s where you’ll be able to select the system you want to boot on.

-Reboot into recovery. The recovery should now be the TWRP multiROM one that you just flashed.

-Go to the multiROM by clicking the hamburger button on the top right corner of the screen
-Go to Swap ROMs
-Select Move primary ROM to secondaries. You can change the new ROM’s name if you want to.
-Go back to the main menu and restore your AICP 11.0 backup. It will be restored as primary system.
-Now you can have fun !

Make sure to take a look at the multiROM boot screen settings in the multiROM menu in the recovery. You can disable auto boot or adjust the auto boot delay for example.

According to Trafalgar Square : Flash the Boot.img, if you update the ROM.

If you want to go back and uninstall multiROM :

Simply flash the multiROM uninstaller ZIP in the recovery. This will wipe your secondary system, that is to say AICP 12.0.
If you want to, you can flash the official img file of the TWRP recovery if you don't plan to use multiROM in the future. You can get the latest version here : https://dl.twrp.me/t03g/
Before flashing, make sure to choose the recovery partition as a destination.

If you want to update AICP 12.0

Do not use OTA. I think it won't work as SuperSU binary updates via TWRP don't (the phone reboots into recovery and doesn't start the installation process).
Simply download the latest release of AICP 12.0, place it in your phone or SD card and flash it through the multiROM menu in TWRP, in the listROMs options.
I haven't tried this yet, but it's likely to work.

Hope this helps!
 
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andrewKode

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May 5, 2015
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487
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You asked for it, there it is! The tutorial isn't complex, but it can take some time. Make sure to have an hour, depending on the amount of data to back up.

Modified version of Tilak's tutorial for multiROM, to make AICP 11.0 and 12.1 work together. Original version : https://plus.google.com/108321221872633034471/posts/XmthQRP7jMX

What we’re about to do :
Tilak’s method didn’t work for me. The recovery wouldn’t install AICP 12.0 and would show an error. You can try his first. If it works, make sure to tell me so I can mention it here.
I found a workaround which is explained in this tutorial. The trick is to install AICP 12.1 as the primary system and then move it to secondaries with the TWRP multiROM recovery. You will not loose any data, thanks to a nandroid backup.

Please check that you have enough space on your phone or SD card to store a full nandroid backup and the required files. Also, make sure to charge up your phone[./B]

Assuming you're running AICP 11.0 with the latest version of the official TWRP recovery for Note 2.

Prequisites :

-Download the latest TWRP multiROM custom recovery, the multiROM zip and the multiROM uninstaller zip from here https://www.androidfilehost.com/?w=files&flid=125030 (link in Tilak’s original post) and place the files on your phone or SD card.
-Download the latest AICP 12.0 nightly and place the files on your phone or SD card.

Ready ? Let’s go !

-Boot into TWRP
-Make a full nandroid backup of your current AICP 11.0 system
-Wipe Data, Cache, Dalvik Cache and System

-According to Trafalgar Square : Flash ROM & GApps (the latest nightly release of AICP 12.1)
-Boot
-Reboot to Recovery
-Flash Boot.img via TWRP (on the boot partition of course)
-Reboot
-Have fun (not yet)

-Instead of having fun : reboot into recovery
-According to Tilak : Flash the TWRP multiROM recovery zip
-Then flash the multiROM zip
-Reboot without wiping Cache and Dalvik Cache

The multiROM boot screen should show up. It’s where you’ll be able to select the system you want to boot on.

-Reboot into recovery. The recovery should now be the TWRP multiROM one that you just flashed.

-Go to the multiROM by clicking the hamburger button on the top right corner of the screen
-Go to Swap ROMs
-Select Move primary ROM to secondaries. You can change the new ROM’s name if you want to.
-Go back to the main menu and restore your AICP 11.0 backup. It will be restored as primary system.
-Now you can have fun !

Make sure to take a look at the multiROM boot screen settings in the multiROM menu in the recovery. You can disable auto boot or adjust the auto boot delay for example.

According to Trafalgar Square : Flash the Boot.img, if you update the ROM.

If you want to go back and uninstall multiROM :

Simply flash the multiROM uninstaller ZIP in the recovery. This will wipe your secondary system, that is to say AICP 12.0.
If you want to, you can flash the official img file of the TWRP recovery if you don't plan to use multiROM in the future. You can get the latest version here : https://dl.twrp.me/t03g/
Before flashing, make sure to choose the recovery partition as a destination.

If you want to update AICP 12.0

Do not use OTA. I think it won't work as SuperSU binary updates via TWRP don't (the phone reboots into recovery and doesn't start the installation process).
Simply download the latest release of AICP 12.0, place it in your phone or SD card and flash it.
I haven't tried this yet, but it's likely to work.

Hope this helps!


Didn't expect such a complex guide. Thank you, Mercy!
 

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    AICP
    Android Ice Cold Project

    AICP is known as Android Ice Cold Project, which started on the HTC Desire HD. Since then many features and tweaks have been added to the ROM. Until Android Lollipop AICP has been AOKP based. Since AOKP stopped the development, we switched the base to CyanogenMod. This ROM is always based on the latest code of CyanogenMod 14.1. AICP is one of the most highly customizable roms that you can install on your mobile device. Some of our devices are being built as nightlys and some as weeklys. Please don't complain or ask for ETA, if there is no update.

    u0fJM9W.png

    Display and animations:

    • System animations
    • Toast icon and animation
    • Power menu animation
    • IME animation
    • LCD densidy changer

    Status bar:

    • Clock style (position, date view, date format, color, font type and size, seconds)
    • Status bar icons control
    • Battery Icon style (percentage, icon type)
    • Brightness control
    • Show notification count
    • Quick pulldown on QS
    • Superuser indicator control
    • Headset icon
    • AICP logo
    • Traffic Indicators
    • Carrier Label
    • Battery bar
    • Statusbar weather temperature

    Notification drawer:

    • Brightness slider
    • Time contextual header
    • Weather info settings
    • Force expanded notifications
    • Disable immersive mode messages

    Recents panel:

    • Clear all button settings
    • Show/hide search bar in recent menu
    • Recents in fullscreen
    • Show/hide clock and date in recent menu
    • Memory bar

    Lock screen:

    • Show/hide music visualizer
    • Show/hide media cover art
    • Lock screen shortcuts
    • Mid-Screen shortcuts
    • Lock screen blur
    • DT2S on lockscreen
    • Lock Clock fonts
    • Lockscreen weather options

    Buttons:

    • Enable/disable navigation bar buttons
    • Left-handed mode
    • Buttons and layout settings
    • Adjust navigation bar dimensions
    • CM button long press, double press features
    • SlimDim
    • Power menu settings
    • Press power button twice for camera

    Misc:

    • Pie Control
    • Gesture Anywhere
    • App Circle Bar
    • Slim Recents
    • OmniSwitch
    • Scrolling cache settings
    • Disable FC notifications
    • DT2S on navigation bar
    • Launch music app when headset is connected
    • Enable/disable screenshot sound
    • Three fingers swipe for screenshot
    • System App remover
    • Take logcat, kmesg, dmesg on the go! (AicpExtras -> Log that 's'hit)
    • AICPStats

    Quick Settings toggles:

    • QS Compass Tile
    • QS NFC Tile
    • QS Sync Tile
    • QS Volume Tile
    • QS Profiles Tile
    • QS USB tether Tile
    • QS Screen timeout Tile
    • QS Performance Tile
    • QS Lockscreen toggle Tile
    • QS Ambient Display Tile
    • QS Live Display Tile
    • QS Brightness Tile
    • QS ScreenOff Tile
    • QS Screenshot Tile
    • QS Expanded desktop Tile
    • QS Music Tile
    • QS Reboot Tile
    • QS LTE Tile
    • QS Nav bar Tile
    • QS SlimPie Tile
    • QS App circle bar Tile
    • QS App side bar Tile


    3ueQ7DH.png



    K2p0Hv4.png


    We are now paying for servers that build nightlies and everything that comes with it, so EVERY DONATION will really be appreciated and be used to cover those expenses.
    Thank you!!



    3U7XWsV.png


    AICP-Download:
    http://dwnld.aicp-rom.com/?device=n7100
    GApps:
    http://opengapps.org/
    Tweaking App:
    PlayStore

    VTVKEeK.png


    You can check the changelog in AICP Extras or on our download site.

    b5b2bXK.png


    • All bugs, which CyanogenMod gave us

    kfCXFCX.png


    ROMs should contain everything you need to enjoy Nougat. You are not required to install any Add Ons, simply download the latest ROM, Google Apps, flash it, and go!
    You are STRONGLY recommended to fully wipe your device before flashing, and if possible avoid restoring system apps and system data with Titanium Backup - these can cause stability issues that are very hard to debug. If you believe you know what you're doing - then fine, go ahead, but please don't complain if you experience strange behavior.




    How to flash:

    • Install latest TWRP/CWM/Philz recovery on your device.
    • Make a backup of your current ROM.
    • Wipe system, data, cache and dalvik.
    • Flash ROM.zip and Googleapps.zip.
    • Reboot system and setup!



    PREREQUISITE FOR OTA:
    To be able to flash over OTA app, TWRP recovery is needed.
    You can still use CWM and OTA app, but only to download zip file and flash it manually from within recovery. Zip gets saved under AICP_ota folder on your internal SDcard.

    If you want to contribute to the AICP or wanna see what is being worked on/merge feel free to visit our gerrit, link is at the bottom!!!

    F6DLgPu.png


    1. GitHub
    2. Gerrit
    3. Google Plus Community
    Device Kernel: https://github.com/Note-2/android_kernel_samsung_smdk4412

    XDA:DevDB Information
    Android Ice Cold Project (AICP), ROM for the Samsung Galaxy Note II

    Contributors
    Trafalgar Square, tilaksidduram
    Source Code: https://github.com/AICP

    ROM OS Version: 7.x Nougat
    ROM Kernel: Linux 3.0.x
    Based On: AOKP, CyanogenMod

    Version Information
    Status: Nightly

    Created 2016-11-05
    Last Updated 2017-01-08
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    @makorn645 Are you the chosen one? Are you the master of the worlds? Are you the man? Theeee "man"? Haha, wellcome to our community as a maintainer of this ROM. You will be taged a lot in the future, haha. Good luck!

    We all welcome you.

    Hi everyone, yes I'm the new maintainer. I will do my best maintaining the rom for you guys.
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    Why spread something that does not work, for the third time? Not working relationship, wi-fi, sound, and I can not go to the external memory card.
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    The OP have save us from a lot of trouble with this NO UPDATES week
    All builds made for the other phones had to go back to older builds, first about magisk ''hick ups'' and now with the new sepolicy re base of LineageOS which made most of them to not detect sim card from their phones.
    So I consider my self lucky for that and not the other way around :)
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