[ROM][I317/t0lteatt][lollipop/5.0.2][UNOFFICIAL]CyanogenMod 12(1/10/2015)

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CyaN1de

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Dec 19, 2008
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Disable Adaptive Brightness and monitor the apps you have installed. Also, battery usage tends to seem higher until the ROM has had the chance to be broke in.

Have a good one.

Thanks, I'll give that a try.

Same ROM on my wifes S3 is the same so will try it on both.

Does this include adaptive backlight or just adaptive brightness?
 

AzraelsKiss

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Apr 16, 2011
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End of the road

Now that my build rig is making the long, agonizing cross-country journey to sunny California, to be ripped apart by a bunch of trained monkeys that don't know their MXMs from their M.2s, I am forced to accept that I may not see it again for up to a couple of months. In just the few days I've been without my primary system, a lot of changes have been made to CM12, with who knows how many to be coming before I get it back. On top of all that, I'll have to completely rebuild my build environment, as well as any changes I had made to my local branch. So...

I recommend everyone migrate to the official t0lte CM12 nightly at http://download.cyanogenmod.org/?device=t0lte or the unofficial t0lte CM12 build at http://forum.xda-developers.com/galaxy-note-2/development-n7105/rom-unofficial-build-linaro-t2997775 or one of the many other exceptional custom lollipop builds available.

I had never really meant to build for this ROM for this long, so it was just a matter of time before I'd stop building it anyways. The t0lte CM12 build is fully compatible with the I317 and it is being actively built with all the most recent commits, so y'all should be just fine with it. I don't know what could happen if you dirty flash to it, but it's possible that there wouldn't be too many issues, because it should use most all of the code that I was using for this build. Basically, I would recommend as I always do... If a dirty flash causes issues, please clean flash before reporting them.

Thank y'all for everything and I hope y'all have a good one!
 
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greddy91

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Now that my build rig is making the long, agonizing cross-country journey to sunny California, to be ripped apart by a bunch of trained monkeys that don't know their MXMs from their M.2s, I am forced to accept that I may not see it again for up to a couple of months. In just the few days I've been without my primary system, a lot of changes have been made to CM12, with who knows how many to be coming before I get it back. On top of all that, I'll have to completely rebuild my build environment, as well as any changes I had made to my local branch. So...

I recommend everyone migrate to the official t0lte CM12 nightly at http://download.cyanogenmod.org/?device=t0lte or the unofficial t0lte CM12 build at http://forum.xda-developers.com/galaxy-note-2/development-n7105/rom-unofficial-build-linaro-t2997775 or one of the many other exceptional custom lollipop builds available.

I had never really meant to build for this ROM for this long, so it was just a matter of time before I'd stop building it anyways. The t0lte CM12 build is fully compatible with the I317 and it is being actively built with all the most recent commits, so y'all should be just fine with it. I don't know what could happen if you dirty flash to it, but it's possible that there wouldn't be too many issues, because it should use most all of the code that I was using for this build. Basically, I would recommend as I always do... If a dirty flash causes issues, please clean flash before reporting them.

Thank y'all for everything and I hope y'all have a good one!

This makes me very sad actually. I have tried several of the ROMs in development and yours delivers the best battery life by leaps and bounds and was the least buggy as well. The only flaws remaining that I saw were audio playing over the handset speaker with headphones or bluetooth connected, lack of copy/paste in MMS, and 3rd party media player install being a requirement based on the laughable built in player.

I'm super sad to see you exit... I asked specifically which laptop you had because if you had purchased from the vendor I work for I was going to assure you were white-gloved in your repair process.

Best wishes to you in the future; you did fantastic work here and should be commended for it even moreso than this post.

Thanks and cheers!
 

beto778

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Jun 10, 2008
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Another FIX for GPS issue.

In advance I will like to appologyse for my communications skills as my english is "NOT VERY GOOD LOOKING".
I can 100% comment on a FIX for the GPS signal lost, many of us have been having this issue for the past few releases of 12.1 - 5.1.1 cianogenmod and I believe I finally found the reason.

When the new system updates gets done the update changes automatically the type of connections that you phone will pick up signal from the towers and satellites. When there is not satellites available it does pick up signal from towers and then based on that compute a calculation and makes a faster FIX that takes 14 seconds at its worst.

So based on that principal idea I went inside the bands and type of connections in the test menu that is in (*#*#4636#*#* ) without brackets and noticed that my phone was set to pick up signals only for LTE/GSM.
This is because this two kind of signals are the most common now days but it is wrong especially for Canada that actually has so many towers with 2g, 3g and CDMA type of conections.
I did a test and inside my home was not getting a FIX picking up just 2-3 satellites and not getting a FIX IN LOCATION, but my new not 4 was so QUICK that I decided to give it a better range of connectivity for tower calculation and went ahead and changed the option to WCDMA and LTE wich are the ones I have notice work the best... I put the one that had the most that includes WCDMA/LTE/GSM etc and ever since it works better than my new note 4.

Do not change anything else in that Menu as I don't know what those options are for.
All I know is since I did the band changes everything seems to work properly with not dropping of signal.

If you do changes in the menu is your own responsibility.

1 - #*#*4636*#*#
2- Phone information
3 - Set prefer network type.
3 - WCDMA/GSM/LTE
4 - get out and reboot.

This should fix it PLEASE REPORT BACK if this works for you let's keep helping everyone.
 

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    I'm uploading a build of CyanogenMod 12 for the t0lteatt I've built. This build is still very alpha, so not everything will work as expected, but much of the basic functionality is there and this may be capable of being a daily driver for those who have to live on the bleeding edge. I'm not sure how long I'll work on keeping the build updated, but it looks like I'll be working on it for now. Hope y'all like it.

    Known Issues:
    • Battery life may be shorter than normal (Turning off Adaptive Brightness will greatly help with battery life)
    • Netflix and other DRM protected apps do not work.
    • Media sharing services, such as Snapchat, may not work or may have issues.
    • Twitch may not work.
    • Bluetooth can be sorta glitchy.
    • And much, much more (As stated, this build is very alpha, so issues can be expected)

    Instructions:
    1. Download ROM here: https://www.androidfilehost.com/?w=files&flid=22696
    2. Download GAPPS here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/par...apps-official-to-date-pa-google-apps-t2943900
    3. Reboot into recovery
    4. Full wipe: Wipe cache, dalvik, wipe data/factory reset, clean to install a new rom, format system.
    5. Flash ROM downloaded above.
    6. Flash GAPPS downloaded above.
    7. Reboot into system.
    8. Let the system rest for a bit and settle in. (It seems the system can be a bit temperamental if you try to use it too soon... At times.)
    9. If things don't work after letting the ROM settle, you may need to reboot a couple of times for everything to work properly.
    10. Enjoy the lollipop goodness!

    I would like to give thanks to the following:
    sbrissen, DerTuefel1980 and all other contributors (I know I'm missing a lot, but they're the only ones I can think of right off hand, so I appologize to anyone who deserves mentioning for not mentioning y'all by name, and swear yall have my deepest respect) for their contributions to developing and maintaining the t0lte and related device trees that eventually allowed lollipop to be built for our device.

    Ivan_Meler for the original camera fix http://forum.xda-developers.com/galaxy-note-2/orig-development/cyanogenmod-12-alpha-1-n7100-t2949644

    mr.nth.na.vn for his work-around to get sbrissen's i605 build to work correctly on t0lte.

    Voyebanm for his posts and links which helped me to find the answers I needed.

    fkfmfz for his gps fix that I have baked into the ROM and miji2 for cleaning up the fix.

    And all the developers, maintainers and contributors of CyanogenMod in their pursuit of advancing and freeing all our android based devices.

    If you would like to read more about the development of CyanogenMod, you can find extra information at the following links.
    CyanogenMod: http://www.cyanogenmod.org/
    CyanogenMod Wiki: http://wiki.cyanogenmod.org/
    CyanogenMod Source: https://github.com/CyanogenMod
    CyanogenMod Code Review: http://review.cyanogenmod.org/

    Other threads on XDA I found useful:
    CM12 for T0LTE by Voyebanm: http://forum.xda-developers.com/galaxy-note-2-att/development/cm12-t0lte-t2967836
    [Rom] [alpha] [Unofficial] CM12.0, malir3p2 [20141214] by DerTuefel1980: http://forum.xda-developers.com/gal...rom-cyanogenmod-12-0-malir3p2-build1-t2958358
    [12/12]{CM12-Unofficial} T0lte-Everything Almost Work+Incall by mr.nth.na.vn: http://forum.xda-developers.com/gal...05/rom-10-12-14-cm12-unofficial-data-t2969067
    [ROM][I605]Cyanogenmod 12.0 [12/12/14] by sbrissen: http://forum.xda-developers.com/note-2-verizon/orig-development/rom-cyanogenmod-12-0-t2967940

    Have a good one!
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    In the CM12 for the i605 thread, fkfmfz posted a gps fix. http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=57625727&postcount=107 I tried it, and it does seem to help fix the gps issues, but for 2 hours on idle, my battery level did not drop, so I'm afraid it might be messing with the battery sensor somehow... Or maybe it's just the perfect fix for lollipop... Hmmm...

    Have a good one!

    Saw that as well. I've taken the liberty of cleaning up his/her ZIP to remove some KK-gapps and facelock related stuff from it, focusing strictly on minimal set of files to fix the GPS issue. I'm attaching the cleaned up files here. hwonly is the minimum required to get GPS signal. hw+config also includes gps config files which may or may not improve anything. Full credits go to @fkfmfz , I'm just a janitor.

    This zip file rolls back a bunch of GPS/location related stuff to an earlier version. It should work in other lollipop ROMs as well, but I had no time to test it yet. The GPS signal does seem to drop occasionally, not sure the effects on long-term usage. Also, the location mode must be in high-accuracy, otherwise GPS Test does not pick up any satellites.

    Lastly, PLEASE NOTE: the zip file doesn't do model verification before flashing, and I'm not sure where the gps libs files actually come from, so use with caution.
    6
    End of the road

    Now that my build rig is making the long, agonizing cross-country journey to sunny California, to be ripped apart by a bunch of trained monkeys that don't know their MXMs from their M.2s, I am forced to accept that I may not see it again for up to a couple of months. In just the few days I've been without my primary system, a lot of changes have been made to CM12, with who knows how many to be coming before I get it back. On top of all that, I'll have to completely rebuild my build environment, as well as any changes I had made to my local branch. So...

    I recommend everyone migrate to the official t0lte CM12 nightly at http://download.cyanogenmod.org/?device=t0lte or the unofficial t0lte CM12 build at http://forum.xda-developers.com/galaxy-note-2/development-n7105/rom-unofficial-build-linaro-t2997775 or one of the many other exceptional custom lollipop builds available.

    I had never really meant to build for this ROM for this long, so it was just a matter of time before I'd stop building it anyways. The t0lte CM12 build is fully compatible with the I317 and it is being actively built with all the most recent commits, so y'all should be just fine with it. I don't know what could happen if you dirty flash to it, but it's possible that there wouldn't be too many issues, because it should use most all of the code that I was using for this build. Basically, I would recommend as I always do... If a dirty flash causes issues, please clean flash before reporting them.

    Thank y'all for everything and I hope y'all have a good one!
    5
    Yet another update

    I wasn't going to post another update so soon, but I got bored and baked the gps fix into the ROM, and figured... Why not upload it? So I did. https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=95864024717068591 The main "noticeable" update is that you shouldn't need to flash the gps update separately after you flash this build. I've baked it into the ROM and it's working for me, so I hope everyone has a similar experience. I've also changed my recommended GAPPS to PA-GAPPS as of this build. You can find the link in the OP. Other than that, I haven't found too much else that has changed on the front-end from the last build, so it might not be necessary to update if you're running my 12/20 build.

    Have a good one!
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    Okay... Did a new build... This should fix some soft reboots, the first boot setup keyboard issue, some of the camera issues and maybe a few other issues. https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=95863780491132977

    There's over 200 downloads for the first build, so it seems a fair few have given it a try. Thank y'all for that. Just keep in mind, this is still an alpha stage ROM, so there will still be issues and errors, but hopefully, they'll be few enough to make it usable. Have a good one!