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t5s

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It's more simple: Flash the baseband via odin (MODEM=PHONE=baseband).

Whatever you do with twrp/cwm is not relevant for this. That's the meaning of the word "independent".
 
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tusharTD50

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So that means I can flash it into recovery mode directly just like Odin+Aiesve.ops procedure we do for CM9 in CWM ?

So I have to just put the mentioned tar file.... DDKP9 Modem TAR... in the thread u sent about ROM instead of recovery-clockwork-5.5.0.4-ariesve.tar.md5........ in download mode ?

and then flash the download Baseband version into after recovery mode from sdcard ?




I read one thread about getting back to stock ROM but one package is for .tar files or i can select show all files and select my stock ROM .zip file and flash it with Odin and .ops ?

Need a detailed info .

I am really worried. Please help. Thank you.

---------- Post added at 02:55 PM ---------- Previous post was at 02:52 PM ----------

It's more simple: Flash the baseband via odin (MODEM=PHONE=baseband).

Whatever you do with twrp/cwm is not relevant for this. That's the meaning of the word "independent".

So basically I just have to Get

Odin+ops and select one package file as my baseband_XXKQP or INU-I9001XXKQP-20130218151722 ?

Done ?
 
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tusharTD50

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I read one thread about getting back to stock ROM but one package is for .tar files or i can select show all files and select my stock ROM .zip file and flash it with Odin and .ops ?

Need a detailed info .

I am really worried. Please help. Thank you.

---------- Post added at 02:55 PM ---------- Previous post was at 02:52 PM ----------



So basically I just have to Get

Odin+ops and select one package file as my baseband_XXKQP or INU-I9001XXKQP-20130218151722 ?

Done ?


Hey I just flashed to my stock ROM and did Rooting as mentioned in the threads .. that have resolved my problem of CSC also.

now I am using TWRP to get inot CM9.
Big thanks.

Will upload very soon. :good::laugh:

---------- Post added at 05:35 PM ---------- Previous post was at 04:51 PM ----------

Download and install Devon-Team TWRP or CWM recovery from this forum, here the link: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2463347

Be sure also that your device us not affected by emmc bug, in this case use the special recovery for emmc bricked devices (available for download in the same tread).
I've just installed CM9 yesterday using TWRP and all work fine.

Hey I have just got back into my stock ROM using
How to flash back to a Stock ROM! by mrjraider
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?p=32432437

BIG thanks .

Also Rooted the device using Root file and eventually that Solved CSC problem Mentioned here
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?p=50592825#post50592825

Now I am trying to use TWRP but the links mentioned in the thread you mentioned are not letting me download the file.
 

hiej

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Now I am trying to use TWRP but the links mentioned in the thread you mentioned are not letting me download the file.

for me download links works fine.

For you the problem is that the links are not working or is the browser unable to download zip files?

Are you using stock browser?

if yes install and use another browser, I suggest Opera.
 

tusharTD50

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for me download links works fine.

For you the problem is that the links are not working or is the browser unable to download zip files?

Are you using stock browser?

if yes install and use another browser, I suggest Opera.

Thanks a lot Bro. i have just able to install TWRP and flashed CM9 on i9001 .. now it's booting...

but it's on the Cyanogenmod 9 boot screen for long enough I guess 2 minutes now. normal ?
 
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tusharTD50

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did you wiped cache and davilk cache after flashing?

in any case 1st boot after flash may take a bit longer


Yes, I did wipe cache and Devilk cache in TWRP last step. is it bad ? :(

now it's been around 7 minutes. I hope it's fine. fingers crossed :rolleyes:

:good:

Will update what happens in asap.

Thanks.

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Yes, I did wipe cache and Devilk cache in TWRP last step. is it bad ? :(

now it's been around 7 minutes. I hope it's fine. fingers crossed :rolleyes:

:good:

Will update what happens in asap.

Thanks.


It's still booting in CM9 animation. :(
 

hiej

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It's still booting in CM9 animation. :(

OK... there's something wrong.

reboot in recovery, on wipe menu select to wipe:

- system
- data
- davilk cache
- cache
- android secure

apply wipe (it will take some few seconds)

then,

- flash CM9 ROM
- flash Gapps (be sure to flash gapps for CM9).

at the end of flashing process reboot and cross fingers ;)
 
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tusharTD50

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Yes, I did wipe cache and Devilk cache in TWRP last step. is it bad ? :(

now it's been around 7 minutes. I hope it's fine. fingers crossed :rolleyes:

:good:

Will update what happens in asap.

Thanks.

---------- Post added at 06:58 PM ---------- Previous post was at 06:44 PM ----------




It's still booting in CM9 animation. :(



Ok. I have just pressed Power button for long and booted again and entered TWRP and cleaned cache and all before everything and redo the flashing and rewiped devilk cache at the end . and successfully started the device.

Thank you everyone. I would thank everyone who helped and I missed to press to Thank button.
Thanks a lot everyone.

BIG thanks to CyanogenMod Team and ADC Team and Everyone who helped me replying whenever possible.

I am overwhelmed.

BIG thanks. :fingers-crossed::D:angel::):victory::laugh::highfive::good:

---------- Post added at 07:54 PM ---------- Previous post was at 07:42 PM ----------

OK... there's something wrong.

reboot in recovery, on wipe menu select to wipe:

- system
- data
- davilk cache
- cache
- android secure

apply wipe (it will take some few seconds)

then,

- flash CM9 ROM
- flash Gapps (be sure to flash gapps for CM9).

at the end of flashing process reboot and cross fingers ;)


Thanks a lot Mate for the help .. it means a lot to me.

Thank you so much. I just did not do any
- system
- data
- android secure
in the wipe menu ... but the rest steps did correctly and it's working fantastic. Thank you so much .. Cheers I am so happy

.:highfive:
 

IceTe

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Has this ROM really longer battery life than latest CM10.1 with k-kernel?
If yes about how much are we talking?
 

marchelius

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Has this ROM really longer battery life than latest CM10.1 with k-kernel?
If yes about how much are we talking?

No, battery drain in CM9 is a little bit larger than CM10.1 (both with K^Kernels), but CM9 is much, much faster than CM10.1 (with CM9 I don't need to overclock).
But my phone is warming up more with CM9 Solved, changed CPU governor to Interactive

Sent from my AO722 using xda app-developers app
 
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hi i want to use my phone as a dial up modem however when i plugged in the phone, the modem is not detected. Previously i used the stock rom and i managed to connect to the Internet but now i can't....i even flashed the modem based on the baseband version but still to no avail..pls help
 

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Hey Guys,


I just wanted to remember you people that this rom is still vulnerable of the Master Key vulnerability. In order to protect yourself you'll need to install ReKey, it will patch the rom and you'll be safe again!

Here it the link to ReKey, please keep in mind that this app needs to be installed. Do not uninstall it!


https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=io.rekey.rekey

Gz
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lor99

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Hey Guys,


I just wanted to remember you people that this rom is still vulnerable of the Master Key vulnerability. In order to protect yourself you'll need to install ReKey, it will patch the rom and you'll be safe again!

Here it the link to ReKey, please keep in mind that this app needs to be installed. Do not uninstall it!


https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=io.rekey.rekey

Gz
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Is it safe if I use only Trustgo antivirus?

Inviato dal mio GT-P3110 con Tapatalk 2
 

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    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

    • 2013-07-30: CM9 Final Release [1]
      MD5SUM: 9C73C25F6298B4A16984304C2633780F
      • Fixed issue with bluetooth not reconnecting to devices if it was on during reboot
      • Disabled unsupported functions on front camera
      • Reverted a bionic optimization that apparently causes issues on scorpion chips
      • Upstream security fixes
      • Fixed charging issue
      • Kernel 3.0.88

    • 2013-05-11: CM9 rc7 [1]
      MD5SUM: 7d7f662c1ff7de5f479c6b0630209ffa
      • Fixed lockscreen weather due to API changes from Yahoo
      • Enabled NTFS read support in kernel
      • Support for OTG webcam
      • Fixed "pop" sound on shutdown and entering PIN (credits CastagnaIT)
      • Kernel 3.0.77

    • 2013-03-29: CM9 rc6 [1]
      MD5SUM: 15F2D9823761E48AFAAA5D6EB4DF0DF9
      • New wifi driver
      • Support for PPPoE in kernel
      • Support for USB fast charging (credits ivendor)
      • Support for OTG (needs external powered hub) (credits ivendor)
      • MMS auto-retrieval
      • Fixed non-working options for purging of asset bitmaps and dithering method
      • Fixed issues with OpenVPN and TUN
      • Thumbnail generation now uses HW (faster)
      • BLN updates from ivendor

    • 2013-02-20: CM9 rc5 [1]
      MD5SUM: C01AB1D613E682288E4DC86FCA471480
      • Fixed no sound in VoIP issue
      • Added and enabled ROW I/O scheduler
      • Fixed issue with no pin unlock screen after reboot
      • Updated BFQ scheduler
      • Backported I/O scheduler settings from jelly bean
      • Camera now uses system heap memory = a bit more free memory for kernel
      • Various other small rom and kernel fixes

    • 2013-02-06: CM9 rc4 [1]
      MD5SUM: DC0930E992ADEF3DBD6D96DB2338C15D
      • Switched to 3.0 kernel (Yes camera works, front and back!)
      • Added Sound Recorder
      • Some RIL fixes

    • 2013-02-01: CM9 rc3 [1]
      MD5SUM: 22FDB8D4FAAA705479292B61D2FD380E
      • Added BLN support (from ivendor)
      • Updated file manager
      • Updated terminal emulator
      • Some other small changes (device permissions, init script)

    • 2012-12-21: CM9 rc2 [1]
      MD5SUM: CDCE635762A1875E9C7E3FC31350279C
      • Build against optimized libv8
      • Enable tile rendering
      • Update media_profiles
      • Update kernel

    • 11-24: CM9 beta4 [1]
      MD5SUM: 90E82C18C6D3057FA62A88178DB60FBA
      • Fixed issue with HSDPA protocol
      • Synced with CM

    • 10-23: CM9 beta3 [1]
      MD5SUM: C28EC1B4FAE8624E8C64CB1CF5228EB3
      • Switched from BFQ to CFQ scheduler as default (after some testing, it seems to provide better database and 3D performance)
      • Some bionic tweaks (better CPU float performance)
      • Synced with CM

    • 2012-10-04: CM9 beta2 [1]
      MD5SUM: 29197E7545D96B1E64F91865D0D6A105
      • Bluetooth sleep fix from ivendor
      • Reverted wifi drivers
      • Disabled VoIP over MVS
      • Updated Adreno libs

    • 2012-09-17: CM9 beta1 [1]
      MD5SUM: DD44F9CDAFB3A3F7323D7FEF4C8A4A99
      • Fixed non working zRam
      • Fixed USB tethering
      • Fixed camera crash after taking a certain amount of pictures (credits ivendor)
      • Fixed issue with turning on phone when charging
      • Set governor to powersave and limit max frequency when charging offmode
      • Changed wifi country code to ALL (might help with issues in certain countries)
      • Updated wifi driver
      • Lowered haptic feedback strength

    • 2012-08-29: CM9 alpha8 [1]
      MD5SUM: F1C5EA195A443347A9B0BAD9CAD4580B
      • Fixed bluetooth calling (again)
      • Fixed notification drawer lag
      • Fixed issue with .nomedia file being created on sd cards (was a bug in ROM Manager)
      • Fixed offmode charging icon animation on ariesve (Hopefully)
      • Increased wifi.supplicant_scan_interval value, and moved definition to right place
      • Updated Adreno libs

    • 2012-08-14: CM9 alpha7 [1] [2] [3]
      MD5SUM: 7ECF22F61DB9C28BA398AD1540B78BED
      • Camera improvements and fixes
      • Fixed usb mounting for external sd

    • 2012-08-05: CM9 alpha6 [1]
      MD5SUM: A5F6FBE52B3DB9101D713DDFF06DFF33
      • Improved camera
      • Added Torch app
      • /emmc renamed to /external_sd
      • Various minor fixes

    • 2012-07-17: CM9 alpha5 [1]
      MD5SUM: 6144478144B3857D13EFEF14411B18B4
      • Reworked kernel
      • Synced with latest CM sources

    • 2012-06-06: CM9 alpha4 [1]
      MD5SUM: 4EB89E717123888CCFBD5344BE46BF57
      • LPA support (Low Power Audio).
      • Updated Adreno drivers.
      • Very broken and buggy camera support.
      • Long press menu to search.
      • Lockscreen weather and calendar events.
      • Apollo music player.

    • 2012-05-24: CM9 alpha3 [1]
      MD5SUM: C95CE84EF7ED8252C7DA6AE7F89DF12A
      • Changed wifi driver. Hopefully it fixes most reported issues.
      • Enabled CIFS support in the kernel.

    • 2012-05-12: CM9 alpha2 [1]
      MD5SUM: 267D59E9B40120F7DF36919B0F40E6E8
      • First release

    • 2012-XX-XX: CM9 alpha1 [1]
      • Not released

    • gapps UPGRADE REQUIRED
      • 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.

    Credits
    CyanogenMod Team
    Epic Touch CM Team for the install instructions
    All SGS+ users that helped with testing and bug reports
    ivendor and mirred for help with the camera HAL

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