[ROM][DEV][UNOFFICIAL] CyanogenMod 9.1 - BroadcomCM [TOTORO][Beta 5 - 14/07/2014]

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Ashutos1997

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Hope next update, it will be resize
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No you cant. I dont know about data how compatible it would be, but /system gets overwritten.

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TheFixItMan

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    Can I restore the Nadroid backup of CM7 over CM9?

    yes you can - long as you are using the same kernel to which the nandroid backup was made to restore it and same file system

    iv restored my cm7 nandroid backup after testing things on cm9 - its not a problem - you can do it on any rom if the above contition is met


    you can do a format system data cache before hand if you like
     
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    yes you can - long as you are using the same kernel to which the nandroid backup was made to restore it and same file system

    iv restored my cm7 nandroid backup after testing things on cm9 - its not a problem - you can do it on any rom if the above contition is met


    you can do a format system data cache before hand if you like

    Well I am using one of my ports which is based on Percy's CM7.So I need to flash Biel's kernel before or I should restore normally?

    I guess it can be restored as long the kernel is based on ext4.But still I am having a doubt. :confused:
     

    TheFixItMan

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    Well I am using one of my ports which is based on Percy's CM7.So I need to flash Biel's kernel before or I should restore normally?

    I guess it can be restored as long the kernel is based on ext4.But still I am having a doubt. :confused:

    If you made the backup using percys kernel restore the backup on percys kernel
    if you made the backup using bieltv.3 kernel restore the backup on bieltv.3 kernel

    it doesnt matter what rom you are/were using - long as you restore the backup on the kernel on which it was made and are on the same file system to which the backup was made


    hope this makes it clearer
     
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    TheFixItMan

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    please fix the bugs

    This is a dev thread - unless you have something contructive to contribute please do NOT post anything!!


    posting things like this just annoy people especially me and im sure it annoys bieltv.3 spacecaker and other devs


    also posting things like cant wait - looking forward to next build - when is xyz going to released - equally annoy and just not needed especially in a dev thread


    You can easily monitor progress without typing any post - you can follow bieltv.3 blog and you can see any progress on sources posted on github


    So if you wanna help - stop being annoying
    Only post if you have some form of contructive way to fix a bug else goto one of the many threads in the general section if you insist on spamming
     
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    Hi, i've problem with Google Play, the gapps and other apps and games from GP can't update, cuz it stuck on "Downloading" status or Error 927. Can somebody have the same problem?.
     
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      CyanogenMod is a free, community built, aftermarket firmware distribution of Android 4.0.4 (ICS), which is designed to increase performance and reliability over stock Android for your device.

      Code:
      #include 
      /*
       * Your warranty is now void.
       *
       * I am not responsible for bricked devices, dead SD cards,
       * thermonuclear war, or you getting fired because the alarm app failed. Please
       * do some research if you have any concerns about features included in this ROM
       * before flashing it! YOU are choosing to make these modifications, and if
       * you point the finger at me for messing up your device, I will laugh at you.
       *
       * Submitting bug reports on nightly builds is the leading 
       * cause of male impotence.
       */

      CyanogenMod is based on the Android Open Source Project with extra contributions from many people within the Android community. It can be used without any need to have any Google application installed. Linked below is a package that has come from another Android project that restore the Google parts. CyanogenMod does still include various hardware-specific code, which is also slowly being open-sourced anyway.

      BroadcomCM is based on the CyanogenMod Project. Our goal is to create ROMs based on CyanogenMod Sources for Broadcom BC21553 devices. All the source code for CyanogenMod is available in the broadcomCM Github repo. You can also view the Changelog for a full list of changes & features.

      IMPORTANT INFORMATION

      We'll not support users and answer questions from users which:
      • are running a custom kernel
      • have flashed mods
      • modified system files
      • didn't follow our intructions word by word
      • are unfriendly



      INSTRUCTIONS
      First time installing CyanogenMod 9.1 to your Galaxy Y, or coming from another ROM:
      • Iinstall ClockworkMod Recovery.
      • Reboot into Recovery using 3-button-combo
      • Do a Nandroid backup! (Optional and only if you weren't running TouchWiz before)
      • WIPE (wipe data/factory reset + wipe cache partition + format /system partition)
      • Install the ROM from sdcard using ClockworkMod Recovery
      • Optionally install the Google Addon

      Upgrading/Downgrading from CM7/CM11?
      • Do a Nandroid Backup!
      • WIPE (wipe data/factory reset + wipe cache partition + format /system partition)
      • Install the ROM from sdcard using ClockworkMod Recovery
      • Optionally install the Google Addon

      Upgrading from another build of CM9?
      • Do a Nandroid Backup!
      • Wipe always recommended but Optional.
      • Install the ROM from sdcard using ClockworkMod Recovery


      DOWNLOADS
      CyanogenMod 9.1 Downloads:
      Current version:
      Old versions:

      Google Apps:
      http://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=23501681358561026

      ClockworkMod Recovery:
      Version 6.0.1.2: http://forum.xda-developers.com/galaxy-y/development/cwm-clockworkmod-6-0-1-2-broadcomcm-t2805392
      Version 5.0.2.8: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2649475


      CHANGELOG
      BETA 5:
      • Re-newed device tree from scratch
      • Optimized libgralloc and libhwcomposer
      • Fixed laggy bootanimation
      • Completly removed artifacts on screen due to bad HW drivers
      • Finally improved and fixed whole HW system
      • Imporved Nexus S audio libs
      • Fixed microphone
      • New liblight lib open source - future support of BLN
      • New camera library based on QCOM msm7x27 devices
      • Camera preview working
      • Camera pictures working too on native camera app
      • Added all propietary necessary camera libs
      • Panorama mode also working
      • New binary for get_macaddrs and patched libbrcm_ril.so
      • New WIFI configurations
      • FIxed WIFI signal bars
      • Fixed GPS, need more tests
      • Stop using old Bluetooth system, and swithced to CM9
      • Renewed and swithced to AOSP open offline charging
      • Vold now built from source, and faster media scanning
      • Fix battery capacity of some devices, and imrporved battery stats
      • Init and adb binaried built from source
      • Fixed whole adb system (adb shell, su)
      • Force adb to work on the first boot without debug options
      • CWM6 built from ICS source and integrated on kernel build
      • New kernel worked from 0 for all three devices
      • New ramdisk full compatible with CM9 and built from source
      • Common kernel is present on this build
      • Switched to Alcatel libv3d kernel drivers
      • Adapted cooperve camera drivers to common kernel
      • New recovery.fstab partitiont table

      BETA 4:
      • Fixed RIL (2G and 3G/H+ working)
      • Fixed SMS / MMS sending and recieving
      • Added libbrcm_ril from CM7 device tree
      • IMEI fixed too
      • Added back libasound (deprecated on ICS) but called by RIL
      • Removed wrong configs for RIL on BoardConfig
      • New RIL build.prop tweak that was deprecated
      • Clean up overlay on device tree
      • Fixed more layout issues on LDPI overlay (tassve and totoro)
      • Fixed Orange weird animations on LDPI devices
      • Sensors fixed for Tassve
      • Fixed PRDOUCT_NAME on Tassve
      • Fixed battery stats (linear bar)
      • Fixed 1% battery bug (some users expierencing it, like me)

      BETA 3:
      • Improved HW drivers implementation
      • Fixed Audio coming through speakers
      • New audio libs built from source (legacy ALSA - Nexus S)
      • Fixed USB Mass Storage (USB connected through PC)
      • Fixed torch (Cooperve) deleting dependency with Camera libs
      • Fixed Sensors adding memsicd to build and new Sensor libs
      • Fixed accelerometer (rotation screen, smooth effect)
      • Fixed proximity sensor (on calling)
      • First support of open-sourced liblights (future BLN support - not included)
      • First work done on fixing battery stats (Settings -> Battery, not working atm)
      • Fixed LDPI (tassve, totoro) values for trebuchet and framework
      • Added back small and simple file Manager (requested)
      • Deleted double de-fines on build.prop
      • New property overrides took from CM9 of msm7x27 devices (untested)
      • Improved stability of CM9 on BCM devices
      • Update-script like CM9 official (removing Kernel install)
      • Improved device tree

      BETA 2:
      • Fully HW fixed thanks to Broadcom Drivers
      • Gralloc, HGL, hwcomposer built from source
      • FIxed Media Scanner due to HGL working
      • CRT animation, rotation... (all animations) working smooth
      • Fixed rotation animation
      • Reduced a lot of booting time with 4.0 Kernel
      • Updated overlay
      • As always, cleanup in device tree

      BETA 1:
      • Fixed Bluetooth on CM9
      • FIxed Keyboard layout
      • Fixed RIL - Unusable due to no audio and really usntable
      • Fixed all FC's with phone app
      • Fixed all MDPI issues about layout
      • Fixed WIFI (bars not showing)
      • Fixed offline Charging
      • Fixed Bootanimation
      • Fixed Media Scanner (not 100% - not proper EGL)
      • Improved stabilty
      • Fixed colors ons swipe menus (up and down)
      • Completly new device tree on BroadcomCM
      • Faster than alpha 1 - it runs on EXT4!
      • Build compatible with CM7 SPecific Basic kernel 3.0 (it will have a CM9 kernel when many bugs fixed)

      ALPHA 1:
      • Initial build, based on Galaxy Y ICS sources.
      • Build it from source, NOT PORTED
      • Phone deleted because it crashes the system


      • Audio routing (Front Speaker and headphones not working)
      • Video Recording
      • Encoders (Hantro) - this mostly will never be fixed
      • Tethering


      DEAR KANGERS
      If you're going to reuse our work, which we're doing for free, be fair and give proper credits.
      This is the only payment we're really demanding and we deserve it to be mentioned because of the countless hours we've put into this project.
      Open-Source doesn't meant Out-of-Respect!!!

      The broadcomCM team would like to thank everyone involved in helping with testing, coding, debugging & documenting! Enjoy!

      XDA:DevDB Information
      [ROM][DEV][UNOFFICIAL] CyanogenMod 9.1 - BroadcomCM [TOTORO][Beta 5 - 14/07/2014], ROM for the Samsung Galaxy Y GT-S5360

      Contributors
      bieltv.3, Alberto96, psyke83, Spacecaker, Lopicl.00
      ROM Kernel: Linux 2.3.x
      Based On: CyanogenMod

      Version Information
      Status: Beta
      Current Beta Version: 5
      Beta Release Date: 2014-07-14

      Created 2014-07-14
      Last Updated 2014-07-14
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      Sources:
      Main BroadcomCM Source:BroadcomCM link
      Device Totoro: Device Source Link
      Common/Device Vendor: Vendor Source Link
      CyanogenMod sources: CM Sources link:

      Story:
      As most of you all might know.
      In the last month Broadcom was very kind to us and released the HW drivers for our devices ( BCM21553 )
      These sources where based upon android 4.0.1 and thus not working on 4.0.4.
      We as Team BroadcomCM (SpaceCaker and Bieltv.3) have been working from the release date till now to make these compatible with 4.0.4 ICS and tested these to make sure all edits where right.
      During this we worked almost 24/7 to get it proper.
      As first result we had it working on AOSP ICS 4.0.4 ( SpaceCaker Build ) But sadly on this we didn't had touchscreen working and Colors not proper.
      Later we build on CM9 (Bieltv.3 build) and found out that colors as in previous build weren't proper.
      After tons of work and such we found out that our problem was laying in something very simple, something we overlooked during the editing process. After Biel tried the fix it suddenly worked like it should and from then with our latest Team edits we managed to get the HW drivers ported the proper way.
      Thanks to our amazing team we have got HW to work proper now.
      Also A lot of thanks to Broadcom for releasing the initial drivers.
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      How to logcat:
      Code:
      adb devices
      • Then type:
      Code:
      adb logcat -v long > totorologcat.txt
      • Then the file logcat.txt will be saved on the directory you're doing the commands
      • Paste it on pastebin.com and post it, we will thank you :)
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      Big news: Play Store Working!!!!

      Finally, Play Store is fixed!
      Instructions:
      1. download this http://d-h.st/h5A
      2. Paste it to /data/local using Root explorer or ES File Explorer!
      3. Reboot to fix permission!
      4. Check out Play Store!

      Note: I've latest Play store installed on my phone! & don't forget to press Thanks if it Helped!
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