[ROM] [CM 12.0/12.1] uCyan for Xperia S [DISCONTINUED]

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mickybart

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uCyan 12.x for Xperia S

The purpose of this rom is to provide a rom based on Cyanogenmod 12 (uCyan means "unofficial CyanogenMod").

I will not create nightly build (except if someone else can provide an infrastructure to do it).
The target is to follow the future M release cycle of CyanogenMod Team.

To add extra custom to the ROM you can use Xposed that is stable enough.

Changelog (features, issues, etc)
CM 12 is on heavy development and it seems that dirty flash cause some issues. I encourage you to clean flash every time for the moment.

uCyan 12.1
b05
  • CyanogenMod 12.1 (sync 2015-07-09)
  • FMRadio: bug fix (crash when back button pressed on the headphones activity)
  • Dex2oat: permit dex2oat to run more than 6 minutes (fix installation timeout issues like with Facebook)
  • Audio Effect: replace AudioFX by ViPER4Android with NEON_HQ mode, QCOM Acoustic Echo Cancellation (aec will be used by default on VoIP)
  • Audio: review code, enable QCOM Fluence mode and enable double mic (endfire)
If you like ViPER4Android, please go to thanks developers of ViPER4Android and not me. You will find more detail on the section "Good to know :)".

b04
  • CyanogenMod 12.1 (sync 2015-06-12)
  • Thermal protection: Migration to thermanager with a configuration file located at /system/etc/thermanager.xml. (fix device reboot when too hot). For those who overclock the CPU, please read Overclocking section.

Previous versions

b03
  • CyanogenMod 12.1 (sync 2015-05-27)
  • FM Radio: new application forked from AOSP 5.1 FMRadio (support favorites, fm band, speaker ...)
  • kernel: Better detection of sweep gesture, pickup driver support removed temporary
  • WakeUp : add Ambient/Doze action. Double Tap and Proximity enabled by default
  • Notification: Lightbar support. Delay On changed to 500ms. (See Settings/Developer)
  • GPU: revert low gpu frequencies to stock ones
  • Ambient: Adaptive brightness support (default) and fix custom brightness (Settings/Developer)
  • Adaptive brightness: review lux/brightness (default; custom by end user supported).

b02
  • CyanogenMod 12.1 (sync 2015-04-28)
  • kernel: Add wake gesture (thanks to @ztc1997)
  • kernel: Touchscreen can power off/on itself based on the proximity sensor state (only in standby mode)
  • Wake Up: New application embedded to control Wake Gesture and Kernel configuration (can be disabled if you prefer to use manual method and Xposed Module).
  • Screen will not be turned on if you plug/unplug USB cable by default
  • GPU: fix some slow down and corruptions (that was visible into Hangout and some launchers)

b01
  • CyanogenMod 12.1 (sync 2015-04-08)
  • kernel : unique kernel with OC, Color Calibration, USB Fast Charge support. By default GPU and CPU use stock frequencies (gpu scaling enabled by default). SmartMax and ROW set by default. mpdecision is disabled (compensate with 192Mhz low frequency, a better governor etc).
  • Radio : FM radio is back
  • Fast Charge : Can be enabled into Settings/Battery/Menu. Will be automatically disabled after a reboot.
  • Lightbar Adaptive support, zram and minfree configuration, etc (every customs done on uCyan 12.0)
  • Bluetooth : Headset and file transfers seems to work fine. (needs to be confirmed for other headset/audio device because some issues are reported with the migration to Android 5.1)

uCyan 12.0
b05
  • CyanogenMod 12.0 (sync 2015-04-26)
  • kernel: Add wake gesture (thanks to @ztc1997)
  • kernel: Touchscreen can power off/on itself based on the proximity sensor state (only in standby mode)
  • Wake Up: New application embedded to control Wake Gesture and Kernel configuration (can be disabled if you prefer to use manual method and Xposed Module).
  • Screen will not be turned on if you plug/unplug USB cable by default
  • GPU: fix some slow down and corruptions (that was visible into Hangout and some launchers)

Previous versions

b04
  • CyanogenMod 12.0 (sync 2015-04-10)
  • kernel : the same one than uCyan-12.1 b01
  • Radio : FM radio is back
  • Fast Charge : Can be enabled into Settings/Battery/Menu. Will be automatically disabled after a reboot.

b03
  • Brightness: Screen brightness level like stock ROM (als/curve parameters). Lowest brightness can be set to 2% (5/255). Boot brightness is set to 30%
  • USB Fast Charge supported (thanks to @ztc1997) use at your own risk
  • SD card: Read ahead set to 2048kb by default
  • Zram: switch to lz4 compressor/decompressor (thanks to @ztc1997) + Fix random hard reboot when changing zram disk size on developer GUI.
  • GPU: Dynamic clocking supported. 2d will run at 96Mhz and 3d at 177Mhz by default. GPU governor is set to ondemand by default. The max frequency depend of the kernel used
  • Overclocking: OC Ultra kernel is set to start at 1.51Ghz for the CPU. You are free to overclock up to 2.05Ghz.
  • Hotplug CPU: disabled on all OC kernel. It is safe to start it with OC kernel but you shouldn't do it on OC Ultra.
  • cm: code update from 2015-02-25

b02
  • boot: fix boot.img flash with fastboot
  • kernel: fix dt2w + add color calibration (thanks to @ztc1997 )
  • cm hardware: userspace color calibration implemented and available under Settings/Display
  • cm: code update from 2015-02-16
  • brightness: lowest value can be set to 17 (6.5%)

b01
  • Initial release with stuffs that come from nAOSProm and CyanogenMod
  • kernel: based on billchen1977 and nAOSProm (overclocking kernels are available too)
  • lightbar: Adaptive support added (integration is done on Settings/Buttons)
  • filesystem: f2fs/ext4 support for /data, /cache, /sdcard
  • Settings: Developer GUI permit to manage "Low Memory Killer", "zram", "Ambient brightness" and "Overclocking kernel"
  • Custom parameters are not lost after a dirty flash (zram, minfree, oc, doze etc)
  • Tap to Wake: Double Tap to Wake implemented with CM hardware (integration is done on Settings/Display)
  • RIL: update for Nozomi (conference call supported)
  • FmRadio : NOT working yet


Download
Release available under :
https://mega.co.nz/#F!60cHlYRb!wdYGx9SkRt2S8b3LtHhgeg
http://ovh.to/DXgAKGj

For recovery CWM or TWRP, you can use the FOTAkernel : eg for TWRP 2.8.0.1 or 2.8.4.1 and more

Good to know :)
Take a look at the end of the developer options GUI

Overclocking
Overclocked kernel are tested on my own device BUT I won't be responsible for any damages on yours
Please don't enable mpdecision on OC kernel except if you know what you are doing.


Thermanager
By default if the device is too hot it will reduce the screen brightness and CPU clock. When the device will be cool enough it will restore brightness and CPU clock but at 1.5Ghz only.
If you want to force thermanager to restore the clock to a specific value defined by an external overclocking tool, you can edit /system/etc/thermanager.xml.

ViPER4Android
All credits go to ViPER520 and the amazing works.
You should read detail and go to thanks developers.
xda : http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2191223
website: http://vipersaudio.com/blog/?page_id=31

Howto flash
Read and thanks UlvarinPL

Source
uCyan 12.0
uCyan 12.1

Release
Kernel: 3.4.0
Android: 5.0.2_r1 (cm 12.0), 5.1.1_r6 (cm 12.1)


Thanks
- billchen1977
- ViPER4Android Team
- Cyanogenmod Team
- FXP Team
- TWRP Team
- All the community around Android

FAQ

Facebook installation failed: (not necessary since uCyan-12.1 b05)
Option 1:
adb shell
su
setprop dalvik.vm.dex2oat-flags "--no-watch-dog"
Install Facebook with Google Play or other
setprop dalvik.vm.dex2oat-flags ""

Option 2 (can be needed if you wipe dalvik-cache and you need to compile Facebook during the boot):
edit /system/build.prop and add:
dalvik.vm.dex2oat-flags=--no-watch-dog
reboot the device
install Facebook
 

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mickybart

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As you know CM 12 is in an heavy development stage so don't report bug that are due to CM itself on this thread except if you need to be sure that this is not due to Nozomi integration stuff.

I have not the infrastructure to release a nightly build but the target is to follow M release cycle. the M1 should arrive in a near future. Thanks a lot to CyanogenMod Team for the amazing works.
 

UlvarinPL

Senior Member
Jan 17, 2014
135
59
Hello guys,
Can someone point differences between uCyan and nAOSP??
I know that you Mickeybart are developer of these two. And I dont even know how to thank you for that!!

Are they both on similar stability and development stage?
Is the only diffrence a CM theme engine or they are much more "underhood" changes?
Wich one of them is better for everyday usage? Im on nAOSP b16 and it works almost perfect for me after shutting down tapping to wake up.
I'd love to give it a try ;)
 
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tori_mc

Senior Member
Oct 21, 2009
98
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Hello guys,
Can someone point diffrences between uCyan and nAOSP??
I know that you Mickeybart are developer of these two. And I dont even know how to thank you for that!!

Are they both on similar stability and development stage?
Is the only diffrence a CM theme engine or they are much more "underhood" changes?
Wich one of them is better for everyday usage? Im on nAOSP b16 and it works almost perfect for me after shutting down tapping to wake up.
I'd love to give it a try ;)

+1
 

dobi235

Senior Member
Mar 11, 2012
225
53
Sala
Hello guys,
Can someone point differences between uCyan and nAOSP??
I know that you Mickeybart are developer of these two. And I dont even know how to thank you for that!!

Are they both on similar stability and development stage?
Is the only diffrence a CM theme engine or they are much more "underhood" changes?
Wich one of them is better for everyday usage? Im on nAOSP b16 and it works almost perfect for me after shutting down tapping to wake up.
I'd love to give it a try ;)


http://lmgtfy.com/?q=aosp
http://lmgtfy.com/?q=cyanogenmod

you can find by yourself ;)
 

UlvarinPL

Senior Member
Jan 17, 2014
135
59

OH Thank you mister clever!!!!
Im not a total idiot and u can belive me or not but i did read that already....

I wanted to know what are underhood changes and in wich development stage are both roms compared to themselves ofc!!
naosp is on b16 after many many bugfixes, and for example i want to know are these bugfixes included in CM12, or is it a step back in development due to changing subject to CM12 funcionality...
Mb if you know that u can share it with us instead of pointing out google, since we all saw how clever you already are ;)

CM = aosp + cm team tweaks, naosp = aosp + mickeybart teweaks, im very curious what are differences between these.
Also this CM12 for xperia S = Aosp + CM + Mickeybart tweaks, i still think my questions are much more important than knowing that cm is a bloatware free alternative of android for legacy and also new phones (wich is all u can read about cm on their site...)
 
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dobi235

Senior Member
Mar 11, 2012
225
53
Sala
OH Thank you mister clever!!!!
Im not a total idiot and u can belive me or not but i did read that already....

I wanted to know what are underhood changes and in wich development stage are both roms compared to themselves ofc!!
naosp is on b16 after many many bugfixes, and for example i want to know are these bugfixes included in CM12, or is it a step back in development due to changing subject to CM12 funcionality...
Mb if you know that u can share it with us instead of pointing out google, since we all saw how clever you already are ;)

CM = aosp + cm team tweaks, naosp = aosp + mickeybart teweaks, im very curious what are differences between these.
Also this CM12 for xperia S = Aosp + CM + Mickeybart tweaks, i still think my questions are much more important than knowing that cm is a bloatware free alternative of android for legacy and also new phones (wich is all u can read about cm on their site...)


AOSP is pure android

CyanogenMod is an aftermarket firmware for a number of cell phones based on the open-source Android operating system. It offers features not found in the official Android based firmwares of vendors. (from official CM page)
 

mickybart

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Sep 22, 2014
1,122
5,625
Montreal
Hello guys,
Can someone point differences between uCyan and nAOSP??
I know that you Mickeybart are developer of these two. And I dont even know how to thank you for that!!

Are they both on similar stability and development stage?
Is the only diffrence a CM theme engine or they are much more "underhood" changes?
Wich one of them is better for everyday usage? Im on nAOSP b16 and it works almost perfect for me after shutting down tapping to wake up.
I'd love to give it a try ;)


Can someone point differences between uCyan and nAOSP?

nAOSProm is based on AOSP code source with "small" patches to add some features and Nozomi stuffs. Patches are not to heavy to guarantee stability and easy maintenance with AOSP upstream.
uCyan is based on CyanogenMod (based itself on AOSP). there is a lot of patches and change at every level (core, applications, hardware support ...)

Are they both on similar stability and development stage?

For stability absolutely not.
CyanogenMod 12 is on an heavy development and for early adopter. That will surely change after CM-12 M1 release. But everybody is free to use it early and to help CynogenMod to fix bugs. After few day of utilization (more as a developer than final user), it's working fine (some bugs like profile crash for example, on contact and dialer you lost the last position on the contact window if you background the application and foreground it after, etc).

nAOSProm can be considered stable (this doesn't means free of bug and we are all waiting Android 5.1 :))

Is the only diffrence a CM theme engine or they are much more "underhood" changes?

There is a lot more like weather integration, quick settings configuration, physical buttons management, profile usage, performance (cpu, governor, io), applications like Eleven (music replacement), Browser, SMS/Mms with Material look and feel, ProGuard etc

Wich one of them is better for everyday usage?

uCyan miss FmRadio support because I have more works than expected on this part. There is a lot of change on the bluetooth part. Except that every tweak made on nAOSProm are ported to uCyan (some one comes from CyanogenMod, some other from me) so you will have the same level of integration.

I have tried to test everything that I can and for me uCyan can be used everyday. In the same time the b17 of nAOSProm will arrive with some stuff that I learn and did with uCyan. Try and answer by yourself :p
 

patrol-cz

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May 15, 2013
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224
Prague
Looks great, many thanks!
The dialer app is crashing:
Code:
I/DialpadFragment( 5164): Displaying normal Dialer UI.
I/DialpadFragment( 5164): Displaying normal Dialer UI.
W/ResourcesManager( 5164): Asset path '/system/framework/com.google.android.media.effects.jar' does not exist or contains no resources.
D/OpenGLRenderer( 5164): Render dirty regions requested: true
D/Atlas   ( 5164): Validating map...
D/PhoneApp( 1077): getPhone phoneId:0
E/SQLiteLog( 4800): (1) no such column: account_type
E/DatabaseUtils( 4800): Writing exception to parcel
E/DatabaseUtils( 4800): android.database.sqlite.SQLiteException: no such column: account_type (code 1): , while compiling: SELECT account_type, account_name FROM view_contacts WHERE (_id=?)
E/DatabaseUtils( 4800):         at android.database.sqlite.SQLiteConnection.nativePrepareStatement(Native Method)
E/DatabaseUtils( 4800):         at android.database.sqlite.SQLiteConnection.acquirePreparedStatement(SQLiteConnection.java:891)
E/DatabaseUtils( 4800):         at android.database.sqlite.SQLiteConnection.prepare(SQLiteConnection.java:502)
E/DatabaseUtils( 4800):         at android.database.sqlite.SQLiteSession.prepare(SQLiteSession.java:588)
E/DatabaseUtils( 4800):         at android.database.sqlite.SQLiteProgram.<init>(SQLiteProgram.java:58)
E/DatabaseUtils( 4800):         at android.database.sqlite.SQLiteQuery.<init>(SQLiteQuery.java:37)
E/DatabaseUtils( 4800):         at android.database.sqlite.SQLiteDirectCursorDriver.query(SQLiteDirectCursorDriver.java:44)
E/DatabaseUtils( 4800):         at android.database.sqlite.SQLiteDatabase.rawQueryWithFactory(SQLiteDatabase.java:1316)
E/DatabaseUtils( 4800):         at android.database.sqlite.SQLiteQueryBuilder.query(SQLiteQueryBuilder.java:400)
E/DatabaseUtils( 4800):         at com.android.providers.contacts.ContactsProvider2.query(ContactsProvider2.java:6678)
E/DatabaseUtils( 4800):         at com.android.providers.contacts.ContactsProvider2.queryLocal(ContactsProvider2.java:6628)
E/DatabaseUtils( 4800):         at com.android.providers.contacts.ContactsProvider2.query(ContactsProvider2.java:5223)
E/DatabaseUtils( 4800):         at android.content.ContentProvider$Transport.query(ContentProvider.java:213)
E/DatabaseUtils( 4800):         at android.content.ContentProviderNative.onTransact(ContentProviderNative.java:112)
E/DatabaseUtils( 4800):         at android.os.Binder.execTransact(Binder.java:446)
E/AndroidRuntime( 5164): FATAL EXCEPTION: CallLogAdapter.QueryThread
E/AndroidRuntime( 5164): Process: com.android.dialer, PID: 5164
E/AndroidRuntime( 5164): android.database.sqlite.SQLiteException: no such column: account_type (code 1): , while compiling: SELECT account_type, account_name FROM view_contacts WHERE (_id=?)
E/AndroidRuntime( 5164):        at android.database.DatabaseUtils.readExceptionFromParcel(DatabaseUtils.java:181)
E/AndroidRuntime( 5164):        at android.database.DatabaseUtils.readExceptionFromParcel(DatabaseUtils.java:137)
E/AndroidRuntime( 5164):        at android.content.ContentProviderProxy.query(ContentProviderNative.java:420)
E/AndroidRuntime( 5164):        at android.content.ContentResolver.query(ContentResolver.java:478)
E/AndroidRuntime( 5164):        at android.content.ContentResolver.query(ContentResolver.java:422)
E/AndroidRuntime( 5164):        at com.android.dialer.calllog.ContactInfoHelper.lookupContactFromUri(ContactInfoHelper.java:189)
E/AndroidRuntime( 5164):        at com.android.dialer.calllog.ContactInfoHelper.queryContactInfoForPhoneNumber(ContactInfoHelper.java:251)
E/AndroidRuntime( 5164):        at com.android.dialer.calllog.ContactInfoHelper.lookupNumber(ContactInfoHelper.java:92)
E/AndroidRuntime( 5164):        at com.android.dialer.calllog.CallLogAdapterHelper.queryContactInfo(CallLogAdapterHelper.java:336)
E/AndroidRuntime( 5164):        at com.android.dialer.calllog.CallLogAdapterHelper.access$100(CallLogAdapterHelper.java:38)
E/AndroidRuntime( 5164):        at com.android.dialer.calllog.CallLogAdapterHelper$QueryThread.run(CallLogAdapterHelper.java:152)
W/ActivityManager(  608):   Force finishing activity com.android.dialer/.DialtactsActivity
It's a serious problem, because I need to use the device as a phone :).
Pavel
 

UlvarinPL

Senior Member
Jan 17, 2014
135
59
thank you Mickybart!!
Hmm i think im gonna give a try to uCyan a little bit later after it will be as u said M1 or at least even with nAOSP :p.
till then cant wait for naosp b17!!

PS. Personally in the spotify and podcasts era i do not miss fmradio at all ;)

Thank you for great work!
Honestly you should start accepting donations, im sure a lot of us would love to donate u at least a nice beer to enjoy ;)
 

m1st3r1

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Aug 15, 2010
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Jakarta
Looks great, many thanks!
The dialer app is crashing:

It's a serious problem, because I need to use the device as a phone :).
Pavel
clean flash or dirty flash? i dirty flash it, and has dialer app crashing too. plus with messaging (mms.apk) crashing.. i wonder if it happen to with clean flash.

thanks
 

m1st3r1

Senior Member
Aug 15, 2010
890
279
Jakarta
i did a clean flash and dialer, is lag as in all lollipop builds, but is working fine.. .. just called my bro :D for test
what gapps do you use? and do you have problem with messaging app? or do you use hangout? i use exdialer and it's working fine though, at least to make a call, havent tried for receiving.

i use (latest) pa gapps nano. other things seem working just fine though.

thanks
 

moe18

Senior Member
Oct 28, 2012
377
89
Panama
Sony Xperia 5 II
what gapps do you use? and do you have problem with messaging app? or do you use hangout? i use exdialer and it's working fine though, at least to make a call, havent tried for receiving.

i use (latest) pa gapps nano. other things seem working just fine though.

thanks



im using PA gapps nano beta 5, using stock cm messagin app, and can recieve call too......(stock phone and dialer app)
 

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    uCyan 12.x for Xperia S

    The purpose of this rom is to provide a rom based on Cyanogenmod 12 (uCyan means "unofficial CyanogenMod").

    I will not create nightly build (except if someone else can provide an infrastructure to do it).
    The target is to follow the future M release cycle of CyanogenMod Team.

    To add extra custom to the ROM you can use Xposed that is stable enough.

    Changelog (features, issues, etc)
    CM 12 is on heavy development and it seems that dirty flash cause some issues. I encourage you to clean flash every time for the moment.

    uCyan 12.1
    b05
    • CyanogenMod 12.1 (sync 2015-07-09)
    • FMRadio: bug fix (crash when back button pressed on the headphones activity)
    • Dex2oat: permit dex2oat to run more than 6 minutes (fix installation timeout issues like with Facebook)
    • Audio Effect: replace AudioFX by ViPER4Android with NEON_HQ mode, QCOM Acoustic Echo Cancellation (aec will be used by default on VoIP)
    • Audio: review code, enable QCOM Fluence mode and enable double mic (endfire)
    If you like ViPER4Android, please go to thanks developers of ViPER4Android and not me. You will find more detail on the section "Good to know :)".

    b04
    • CyanogenMod 12.1 (sync 2015-06-12)
    • Thermal protection: Migration to thermanager with a configuration file located at /system/etc/thermanager.xml. (fix device reboot when too hot). For those who overclock the CPU, please read Overclocking section.

    Previous versions

    b03
    • CyanogenMod 12.1 (sync 2015-05-27)
    • FM Radio: new application forked from AOSP 5.1 FMRadio (support favorites, fm band, speaker ...)
    • kernel: Better detection of sweep gesture, pickup driver support removed temporary
    • WakeUp : add Ambient/Doze action. Double Tap and Proximity enabled by default
    • Notification: Lightbar support. Delay On changed to 500ms. (See Settings/Developer)
    • GPU: revert low gpu frequencies to stock ones
    • Ambient: Adaptive brightness support (default) and fix custom brightness (Settings/Developer)
    • Adaptive brightness: review lux/brightness (default; custom by end user supported).

    b02
    • CyanogenMod 12.1 (sync 2015-04-28)
    • kernel: Add wake gesture (thanks to @ztc1997)
    • kernel: Touchscreen can power off/on itself based on the proximity sensor state (only in standby mode)
    • Wake Up: New application embedded to control Wake Gesture and Kernel configuration (can be disabled if you prefer to use manual method and Xposed Module).
    • Screen will not be turned on if you plug/unplug USB cable by default
    • GPU: fix some slow down and corruptions (that was visible into Hangout and some launchers)

    b01
    • CyanogenMod 12.1 (sync 2015-04-08)
    • kernel : unique kernel with OC, Color Calibration, USB Fast Charge support. By default GPU and CPU use stock frequencies (gpu scaling enabled by default). SmartMax and ROW set by default. mpdecision is disabled (compensate with 192Mhz low frequency, a better governor etc).
    • Radio : FM radio is back
    • Fast Charge : Can be enabled into Settings/Battery/Menu. Will be automatically disabled after a reboot.
    • Lightbar Adaptive support, zram and minfree configuration, etc (every customs done on uCyan 12.0)
    • Bluetooth : Headset and file transfers seems to work fine. (needs to be confirmed for other headset/audio device because some issues are reported with the migration to Android 5.1)

    uCyan 12.0
    b05
    • CyanogenMod 12.0 (sync 2015-04-26)
    • kernel: Add wake gesture (thanks to @ztc1997)
    • kernel: Touchscreen can power off/on itself based on the proximity sensor state (only in standby mode)
    • Wake Up: New application embedded to control Wake Gesture and Kernel configuration (can be disabled if you prefer to use manual method and Xposed Module).
    • Screen will not be turned on if you plug/unplug USB cable by default
    • GPU: fix some slow down and corruptions (that was visible into Hangout and some launchers)

    Previous versions

    b04
    • CyanogenMod 12.0 (sync 2015-04-10)
    • kernel : the same one than uCyan-12.1 b01
    • Radio : FM radio is back
    • Fast Charge : Can be enabled into Settings/Battery/Menu. Will be automatically disabled after a reboot.

    b03
    • Brightness: Screen brightness level like stock ROM (als/curve parameters). Lowest brightness can be set to 2% (5/255). Boot brightness is set to 30%
    • USB Fast Charge supported (thanks to @ztc1997) use at your own risk
    • SD card: Read ahead set to 2048kb by default
    • Zram: switch to lz4 compressor/decompressor (thanks to @ztc1997) + Fix random hard reboot when changing zram disk size on developer GUI.
    • GPU: Dynamic clocking supported. 2d will run at 96Mhz and 3d at 177Mhz by default. GPU governor is set to ondemand by default. The max frequency depend of the kernel used
    • Overclocking: OC Ultra kernel is set to start at 1.51Ghz for the CPU. You are free to overclock up to 2.05Ghz.
    • Hotplug CPU: disabled on all OC kernel. It is safe to start it with OC kernel but you shouldn't do it on OC Ultra.
    • cm: code update from 2015-02-25

    b02
    • boot: fix boot.img flash with fastboot
    • kernel: fix dt2w + add color calibration (thanks to @ztc1997 )
    • cm hardware: userspace color calibration implemented and available under Settings/Display
    • cm: code update from 2015-02-16
    • brightness: lowest value can be set to 17 (6.5%)

    b01
    • Initial release with stuffs that come from nAOSProm and CyanogenMod
    • kernel: based on billchen1977 and nAOSProm (overclocking kernels are available too)
    • lightbar: Adaptive support added (integration is done on Settings/Buttons)
    • filesystem: f2fs/ext4 support for /data, /cache, /sdcard
    • Settings: Developer GUI permit to manage "Low Memory Killer", "zram", "Ambient brightness" and "Overclocking kernel"
    • Custom parameters are not lost after a dirty flash (zram, minfree, oc, doze etc)
    • Tap to Wake: Double Tap to Wake implemented with CM hardware (integration is done on Settings/Display)
    • RIL: update for Nozomi (conference call supported)
    • FmRadio : NOT working yet


    Download
    Release available under :
    https://mega.co.nz/#F!60cHlYRb!wdYGx9SkRt2S8b3LtHhgeg
    http://ovh.to/DXgAKGj

    For recovery CWM or TWRP, you can use the FOTAkernel : eg for TWRP 2.8.0.1 or 2.8.4.1 and more

    Good to know :)
    Take a look at the end of the developer options GUI

    Overclocking
    Overclocked kernel are tested on my own device BUT I won't be responsible for any damages on yours
    Please don't enable mpdecision on OC kernel except if you know what you are doing.


    Thermanager
    By default if the device is too hot it will reduce the screen brightness and CPU clock. When the device will be cool enough it will restore brightness and CPU clock but at 1.5Ghz only.
    If you want to force thermanager to restore the clock to a specific value defined by an external overclocking tool, you can edit /system/etc/thermanager.xml.

    ViPER4Android
    All credits go to ViPER520 and the amazing works.
    You should read detail and go to thanks developers.
    xda : http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2191223
    website: http://vipersaudio.com/blog/?page_id=31

    Howto flash
    Read and thanks UlvarinPL

    Source
    uCyan 12.0
    uCyan 12.1

    Release
    Kernel: 3.4.0
    Android: 5.0.2_r1 (cm 12.0), 5.1.1_r6 (cm 12.1)


    Thanks
    - billchen1977
    - ViPER4Android Team
    - Cyanogenmod Team
    - FXP Team
    - TWRP Team
    - All the community around Android

    FAQ

    Facebook installation failed: (not necessary since uCyan-12.1 b05)
    Option 1:
    adb shell
    su
    setprop dalvik.vm.dex2oat-flags "--no-watch-dog"
    Install Facebook with Google Play or other
    setprop dalvik.vm.dex2oat-flags ""

    Option 2 (can be needed if you wipe dalvik-cache and you need to compile Facebook during the boot):
    edit /system/build.prop and add:
    dalvik.vm.dex2oat-flags=--no-watch-dog
    reboot the device
    install Facebook
    31
    uCyan 12.1 released (android 5.1)

    b01

    Unique kernel so you don't need to take care of which one to flash anymore.
    OC, Color Calibration, USB Fast Charge support. By default GPU and CPU use stock frequencies (gpu scaling enabled by default). SmartMax and ROW set by default. mpdecision is disabled (compensate with 192Mhz low frequency, a better governor etc).

    FM radio is back (tested with US band)

    Fast Charge : Can be enabled into Settings/Battery/Menu. Will be automatically disabled after a reboot.

    Bluetooth : Headset and file transfers seems to work fine but I need your help to test some others bluetooth audio devices or headsets. There are some issues reported with the migration to Android 5.1

    I have notice few bugs due to CM code itself (crash of applications) but nothing major. I will try to provide more update (not daily but maybe weekly or per 2 weeks).

    As some of you wanted to try a CM compilation, I have simplified the process. As CM is on heavy development I have set some scripts that will permit you to sync everything and to apply uCyan patches without risk (that will avoid to sync too many repositories). Procedure is this one :

    repo init -u https://github.com/mickybart/android_manifest -b uCyan-12.1
    repo sync
    cd device/sony/nozomi/patch
    ./aosp-patch-apply.sh <path to the source code>
    cd -
    source build/envsetup.sh
    lunch cm_nozomi-userdebug
    make otapackage

    (md5 is used to control source files. in case of an incompatible patch, you will be noticed to merge manually the patch).

    if you want to resync everything :

    ./aosp-patch-unapply.sh <path to the source code>
    repo sync
    ./aosp-patch-apply.sh <path to the source code>

    EDIT: I have disabled TapToWake by default. (not enough time to investigate the ghost touch issue for the moment. One of us lost some data due to that bug so it is better like this for the moment.)
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    As you know CM 12 is in an heavy development stage so don't report bug that are due to CM itself on this thread except if you need to be sure that this is not due to Nozomi integration stuff.

    I have not the infrastructure to release a nightly build but the target is to follow M release cycle. the M1 should arrive in a near future. Thanks a lot to CyanogenMod Team for the amazing works.
    22
    12.0 b05 released

    CyanogenMod 12.0 (sync 2015-04-26)

    kernel: Add wake gesture (thanks to @ztc1997)
    kernel: Touchscreen can power off/on itself based on the proximity sensor state (only in standby mode)

    Wake Up: New application embedded to control Wake Gesture and Kernel configuration (can be disabled if you prefer to use manual method and Xposed Module).

    Screen will not be turned on if you plug/unplug USB cable by default

    GPU: fix some slow down and corruptions (that was visible into Hangout and some launchers)

    12.1 b02 will follow with the same changelog this week.
    22
    uCyan 12.1 b02 released

    Same change log than uCyan 12.0 b05
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