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[ROM][ICS][IMM76L] CyanogenMod 9 by ivendor - RC5

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samo_gf

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Mar 19, 2012
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This rom works fine with me but just a little battery drain , which kernel should I use with this ? Undervolt with no OC kernel ?
 

Balion

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This rom works fine with me but just a little battery drain , which kernel should I use with this ? Undervolt with no OC kernel ?

I would recommend you to change to arcos ics, because he is still developing it. Otherwise you could try jb alpha 6 of ivendor. It is really smooth, but i cant say which one has the better battery drain. I've just installed cm10 2 days ago and i had a app which locked deep sleep... -_-

Anyway, I would suggest to use CastagnaITs extreme undervoltage kernel, if it runs without problems, it should save same power. If not you could try diablos non oc or just change to Castagnas undervoltage kernel, both have similar voltages for the cpu.

I hope I could help you
 

ruthlessrat

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Odp: [ROM][ICS][IMM76L] CyanogenMod 9 by ivendor - RC5

I would recommend you to change to arcos ics, because he is still developing it. Otherwise you could try jb alpha 6 of ivendor. It is really smooth, but i cant say which one has the better battery drain. I've just installed cm10 2 days ago and i had a app which locked deep sleep... -_-

Anyway, I would suggest to use CastagnaITs extreme undervoltage kernel, if it runs without problems, it should save same power. If not you could try diablos non oc or just change to Castagnas undervoltage kernel, both have similar voltages for the cpu.

I hope I could help you

Am using arcos rc2 for a couple of days with his own kernel and am really pleased with battery drain it's not that big.

Wysyłane z mojego GT-I9001 za pomocą Tapatalk 2
 

computaholic

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I investigated the discharge Bug a little more.

Problem:
- Battery discharges after being filly charged.

Counteractions:
- Wiping Battery Stat
- installing DS Battery App

Left Bugs:
I think the main problem were actually two:
- DS not working
- Discharge of Battery

DS is working with the installed Battery app.
Discharge still occurs, but only on AC charging. Seems that charging by an USB Hub does not trigger discharge. Can someone confirm this situation? Also, when Being fully charged by USB, switching to AC will also not trigger discharge. Anyway, I think I will try arcos rom and see if this gets better.
 

rickvrolings

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Re: [ROM][ICS][IMM76L] CyanogenMod 9 by ivendor -

Hey ivendor! We all know this thread is a bit dead lately, but that is because arco included the 3.0 kernel in his cm9 with various fixes, which provided a better and smooth user experience.
But also there are some bugs that (for me, and i know for more people) make this rom unusable for daily use.
We all know you fixed some stuff in cm9 by arco in the past, and you even made a rom with your fixes!

So i was wondering, can you make an (maybe final?) Update for cm9 based on arco's changes? And i hope that you can find and solve the bugs that the 3.0 kernel made in cm9.
To bad we cant ask arco, he said he wants to focus on his own device (which is logical). So we are really depending on you! We dont know who else we can ask!
Please let something hear from you soon

Greets, rickvrolings (or rick ;)

Verstuurd van mijn GT-I9001 met Tapatalk

Edit: The main issues are SOD's, or know as random shutdowns when the screen is off. That is the only bug i found..
 
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MIsterLemons

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Hey ivendor! We all know this thread is a bit dead lately, but that is because arco included the 3.0 kernel in his cm9 with various fixes, which provided a better and smooth user experience.
But also there are some bugs that (for me, and i know for more people) make this rom unusable for daily use.
We all know you fixed some stuff in cm9 by arco in the past, and you even made a rom with your fixes!

So i was wondering, can you make an (maybe final?) Update for cm9 based on arco's changes? And i hope that you can find and solve the bugs that the 3.0 kernel made in cm9.
To bad we cant ask arco, he said he wants to focus on his own device (which is logical). So we are really depending on you! We dont know who else we can ask!
Please let something hear from you soon

Greets, rickvrolings (or rick ;)

Verstuurd van mijn GT-I9001 met Tapatalk

Edit: The main issues are SOD's, or know as random shutdowns when the screen is off. That is the only bug i found..

+1
 

AnandMuralidhar

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Oct 12, 2012
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Hey ivendor! We all know this thread is a bit dead lately, but that is because arco included the 3.0 kernel in his cm9 with various fixes, which provided a better and smooth user experience.
But also there are some bugs that (for me, and i know for more people) make this rom unusable for daily use.
We all know you fixed some stuff in cm9 by arco in the past, and you even made a rom with your fixes!

So i was wondering, can you make an (maybe final?) Update for cm9 based on arco's changes? And i hope that you can find and solve the bugs that the 3.0 kernel made in cm9.
To bad we cant ask arco, he said he wants to focus on his own device (which is logical). So we are really depending on you! We dont know who else we can ask!
Please let something hear from you soon

Greets, rickvrolings (or rick ;)

Verstuurd van mijn GT-I9001 met Tapatalk

Edit: The main issues are SOD's, or know as random shutdowns when the screen is off. That is the only bug i found..
Arco is back! He released CM9 RC (Build 5) today!
 
Oct 9, 2009
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After I had some issue with the baseband on my SGS+ which I fixed by flashing back to german stock ROM, I finally installed ivendors CM9 RC5 again.

Runs like expected for a few hours now and I'm very happy with it :) :good:
 

anuseb89

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After I had some issue with the baseband on my SGS+ which I fixed by flashing back to german stock ROM, I finally installed ivendors CM9 RC5 again.

Runs like expected for a few hours now and I'm very happy with it :) :good:

For changing baseband no need to flash entire rom..just flash baseband only using odin..select baseband tar file in phone field of odin..dats all..baseband u can find in xda wiki page of 9001 or in xellars sticky thread of roms..

Sent from my GT-I9001 using xda app-developers app
 

educk

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Oct 28, 2012
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Will never be a 3.0.xx kernel for ICS?
I mean, the one by arco is quite bugged, and he said that ivendor knows how to make it usable (http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=37707916&postcount=3539&nocache=1&nocache=1).
I hope yes because ICS with 3.0.xx kernel by arco was by far the most amazing combination in terms of performances in games and in the UI.

I made one, check PhenomKernel thread

Sent from my GT-I9001 using xda app-developers app
 

SudoHalt

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Sep 23, 2012
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I am using CM9 RC 3.1: When I call/answer an incoming call I sometimes notice after 10 seconds there will be no sound at all, I have to disconnect and call again. Any solution?

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Flextrick

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It would be better, if he updates to CM10. CM9 is much slower and there are not really more bugs on CM10.
Btw is CM10 very smooth because of Butter and it looks better imo.

via Nexus
 

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    Hi everyone, i'm back and i've decide to start a my thread for my releases.
    This ROM is based on arco's kernel, so no OV (for the moment).
    I'm updating regulary from CM9 official repository and merging arco's work when it's necessary. So my credits go to all the Cyanogenmod team and arco especially.

    For the screenshot and video you can refer arco thread

    What's working:
    Audio
    Receiving and making calls
    GPS
    Compass
    Proximity sensor
    Wifi
    Bluetooth
    USB mass storage
    HW accelerated gui
    HW accelerated video
    Camera
    USB/Wifi tethering
    BLN

    Partially working:
    FM radio (you can use Spirit FM Free with Audio->Method = "qdsp5v2 Altern", there isn't an FM Radio app in CM9)


    CM9 Install Guide

    Note: CM for Galaxy S Plus is provided with no warranty. You are installing this software at your own risk. You may be violating your warranty.

    Download CM9 and gapps-ics zips and put in /sdcard

    • 2012-10-11: CM9 RC5 [1] [2]
      MD5SUM: 40f9cbc98399e131df8d7c66b3c1c66f
      • Reverted wifi driver for fix 802.11n issue
      • Updated adreno libs
      • Sync to latest CM Sources


    • 2012-09-30: CM9 RC4 [1] [2]
      MD5SUM: b7db4eb97068bf0efbb1426a3ed831e8
      • Added toggle for activate BLN in deep sleep mode (Settings->Device->Advanced)
      • Reworked VOIP audio routing.


    • 2012-09-26: CM9 RC3.1 [1] [Update from RC3]
      MD5SUM: d2d882197aa53a77dda950003f0c9773
      • RC3.1 Fixed an issue with deep sleep and BLN
      • Fix Recent Remote USSD attack
      • Fixed deep sleep with bluetooth
      • Fixed crash with Samsung STK (credits @eBug)
      • Fixed BLN in deep sleep mode (WARNING! it means that BLN will stop deep sleep while the keyboard led is powered on)
      • Added option to disable BLN (Display->Notification Light)
      • Fix audio on voip calls
      • Sync to latest CM Sources


    • 2012-09-20: CM9 RC2 [1] [2]
      MD5SUM: c18c64724c7a284cfabf10d9b1a0a521
      • Lowered haptic feedback strength (credits @arco)
      • Powersave governor and limited min frequency in offline charging mode (credits @arco)
      • Updated wifi driver and changed wifi country code to ALL (credits @arco)
      • Fixed issue with turning on phone when charging (credits @arco)
      • Fixed non working zRam (credits @arco)
      • Kernel improvements from arco's trunk
      • More bitrate for 720p video recorded.
      • New static boot logo with cyanogen logo

    • 2012-09-16: CM9 RC1 [1] [2]
      MD5SUM: 57ad0e5ba9effb159c8815f5d01999b1
      • Fix battery drain when switching 2G/3G toggle
      • Added Hungarian translation for Backlight Timeout Credits @czobor
      • Smoother picture shot with camera
      • Fixed issues with 5-picture camera crash
      • Revert lastest Adreno libs to fix 720p video recording
      • Sync to latest CM Sources

    • 2012-09-02: CM9 beta5 [1] [2]
      MD5SUM: 4383de78505efe5b3f8c15ebda7c82fd
      • Added device settings activity (Settings->Device->Advanced) for GSensor calibration (Accelerometer)
      • Fix Digital Compass
      • Fix crash while changing brightness levels
      • Sync to latest CM Sources

    • 2012-08-23: CM9 beta4 [1] [2]
      MD5SUM: 5c632bf472aaeed0d8b3022c15e62376
      • Fix backlight keypad not turning off in normal using
      • Fix battery charging animation in power-off charging
      • Updated adreno gpu libraries (taken from arco)
      • Sync to latest CM Sources

    • 2012-08-17: CM9 beta3 [1] [2]
      MD5SUM: b84ecb75f22eb0d60561c46af37dddf1
      • Support for BLN notification in kernel and in CM9 for i9001 (ported from i9000)
      • Added UI for modify BLN timeout in settings (ported from i9000)

    • 2012-08-15: CM9 beta2 [1] [2]
      MD5SUM: 4fe0457835649beae48a79023da2a1ef
      • Fix Zoom resetting in camera when auto focus is started
      • Fix crash in camera when set effect on front camera
      • Fix rotation of videos taken with front camera
      • Sync with lastest arco's kernel with audio improvements
      • Sync with lastest CM9 sources

    • 2012-08-11: CM9 beta1 [1]
      MD5SUM: abd07138286b5a4b9acffab1e047f516
      • Fix USB Mount to PC
      • Added zoom for back camera
      • Fix In-Call Volume

    • 2012-08-10: CM9 First release [1]
      MD5SUM: 4dfe789ddc37039929283e1c3b9ed436
      • Updated to lastest arco's kernel to fix 720p recording with camera
      • Fixed USB Tethering (with usb tethering active you can't use mass storage and adb)


    • gapps
      • gapps version 20120429
        MD5SUM: 7c524e1e078164f681e0aa6753180b2c
        Please verify the md5sum to be sure you got the right one.
    Before you install CM9: Preparation (First three are optional. If you want to start fresh, these can be skipped)

    1. Install AppBak from Market, run it and save a list of all your apps.
    2. Install SMS Backup and Restore from Market, run it and backup your SMS history.
    3. Install Call Logs Backup and Restore from Market, run it and backup your call log history.
    4. Boot into CWM5 recovery. Make a full backup. You will need this backup later if you decide to go back to your previous ROM and data.
    WARNING: Many apps will Force Close crash if you restore data from a previous ROM.

    Install

    1. Use CWM5 or CWM6.
      For flashing with Odin: recovery-clockwork-5.5.0.4-ariesve.tar.md5 | recovery-clockwork-6.0.1.2-ariesve.tar.md5 (Needs AriesVE.ops)
      For using dd command to flash: recovery-clockwork-5.5.0.4-ariesve.zip | recovery-clockwork-6.0.1.2-ariesve.zip
    2. Wipe data and cache.
    3. Flash update*.zip.
    4. Flash gapps*.zip. You must flash gapps after every upgrade to CM9 since /system is formatted, wiping your previous add-ons.
    5. Reboot phone.
    6. After you setup your Google account, reinstall the three apps from Market in order to restore most of your apps, call log and SMS history.
    7. Warning: Do not restore backup data of system apps!
      • If you restore a bad backup with cached settings in telephony.db in data/data/com.*.*.telephony it can break MMS.
      • It seems that restoring backups can also break Calendar sync.
    Upgrades
    Upgrades from previous versions of CM9 are the same process as install, except you do not need to wipe anything. Contrary to popular belief, you do not need to even wipe cache and dalvik-cache when upgrading between CM9 versions. You only need to wipe if you are doing a major upgrade, switching to a different ROM entirely, or attempting to fix bugs caused by bad backups or corrupt app data.

    Note: You can upgrade from arco's CM9 and vice versa.

    Credits
    CyanogenMod Team
    arco for his work in CyanogenMod, i9001 kernel, his recovery and for this install guide :)

    Sources
    All my sources are on GitHub

    FAQ
    • For recovery bootloop problem you should at this post
    • BLN feature recap:
      • It is activable/deactivable from Settings->Displays->Notification Light
      • Its timer is adjsutable from Settings->Device->Advanced
      • The timer settings is 1.6 seconds by default, i advice not to set it to infinite because whenever the light of keypad is turned on, the phone can't go in deep sleep.
      • There is no blinking support in it at this time, this is a raw porting of BLN for i9000.
    • No System Sounds UI:
      • Download this app
      • Set the system volume to maximum (7). You should hear the sounds again.
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    Ivendor are you working on jellybean with arco?

    Yes i'm working with arco, but i can't tell when we can release something.
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    Here it is the first Release Candidate!

    Fixed a weird isssue with 2g/3g toggle, and fixed the last known issues with camera.
    38
    Released RC2!
    38
    RC5 released:

    Fix wifi issues!
    New adreno libs!