[ROM] Jellytime Sosei 4.3

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onuris

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Games wise 4.1 is most stable, so I'd stick to 4.1 based builds for performance. Mic doesn't work on 4.2 or 4.3, so calling in hangouts will need 4.1 anyways also.

If all rovio games do it then it may be an issue with them, but 4.2 and 4.3 don't run that we'll so I'd blame the Rom first.

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Thanks for the TIP. I'll go with the 4.1 Sosei II then :D

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conorkickass

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Should be fine, just wipe cache and dalvik and if you problems you'll know why :p

Just in case anyone else is curious, a System, Dalvic and Cache wipe before the 'downgrade' didn't result in problems - the odd reboot, but I can live with it. Play Store is FCing, but it happened in both RC and II - I think it is a Google problem because uninstalling the updates works (until it auto-updates again).
 
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mildness

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Best ROM for GPS?

4.1 runs far better for everything :D

Hello Pio, et. al.

Just found my A100 (long story) and was hoping to flash past 4.0.3. However I do require a GPS. I was happy to read

B1 is I think the only 4.1.2 with GPS intact.

But was sad to see that later retracted.

What is the best ROM with GPS working? Should I just stick with stock and the nifty SD swap trick?

Thanks in advance and thank you Pio for all your work!

Bill
 

pio_masaki

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Hello Pio, et. al.

Just found my A100 (long story) and was hoping to flash past 4.0.3. However I do require a GPS. I was happy to read



But was sad to see that later retracted.

What is the best ROM with GPS working? Should I just stick with stock and the nifty SD swap trick?

Thanks in advance and thank you Pio for all your work!

Bill

In the CM10 thread there's a few builds which had GPS working, I'm not sure which, but I'd say the further back you go the more likely it works, something changed at some point.

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conorkickass

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Bricked?

Hey folks, a question for the community... Everything was running smoothly until Tuesday.

On Tuesday night my tablet ran out of battery. I left it uncharged until Wednesday night, charging it fully while turned off. When I went to turn it on, just the 'home button' backlight and the blue power button light lit up. No vibration, no bootloader screen, no nothing. It isn't recognized by ADB or Fastboot. Is this the famous brick that the A100 experiences? I didn't change anything software wise in a while.

The weird thing is that this tablet had already suffered the brick, so I sent it away for repair. I figured the faulty chip had been replaced, but now it seems to have shi+ the bed again.
 

aluminumfox

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Long shot, but I have installed this 4.3 version on my tablet and everything I need seems to work just fine (it's just a gaming/side machine for me at the moment, don't care about GPS or anything) but it seems that every other minute I get popups that say "google play services has crashed" or other google services crashing. Uninstalling updates only worked for so long. Is there a fix for this? Thanks.
 

joe34

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...but it seems that every other minute I get popups that say "google play services has crashed" or other google services crashing. Uninstalling updates only worked for so long. Is there a fix for this?
I noticed something similar happening to me when I installed Cyanosaki Flex. After trying and failing to fix the issue, I simply ignored it and it went away after some time. I think it has something to do with Google Play/Services being out of date.
 
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    After the rather...disappointing way I departed and the resulting issues, I'm setting some things straight here and now.

    1. No ETAs. Period. I don't want to see when will I fix or add anything.

    2. No complaining. There's a line between reporting an issue and complaining. This line is crossed when it's reported more then once.

    3. Requesting additions is fine, within reason. Keep it within reason, I'm not a real dev.

    4. Using this ROM...this is where a lot of issues have come up, generally speaking, you can use this ROM as a base if you choose, however ASK ME FIRST. That's it! Everything could have been avoided if people had simply asked me before using my ROM and slapping their names on it then putting it out there. Please include some credit to waydownsouth, gh123man, randomblame and myself. For 4.3 Jellytime, randomblame in particular.

    5. Hosting/mirroring. Please don't host or mirror this elsewhere, I will supply hosts for this ROM, I don't need more, and I prefer to keep track of how many users of a given build I have. Hosting elsewhere interferes with this. The only exception I can see is for our Russian/Ukrainian user community, my hosts may be slow there, or in other parts of the world. If you wish to host for another country, please let me know.

    6. READ. For the love of all that is holy and great, READ the OPs, read at least the page before where your post will be. I will not answer questions already answered. If I respond, it may not be the nicest way I could do so. Please, save me, yourself, and everyone else the time and /facepalming and at least attempt to find the answer on your own. This is not limited to only this ROM, but anything you may wish to post about in this thread. Questions about CWM or TWRP don't belong here, but if they are valid questions that have something to do with this ROM, go ahead, after reading up on it.

    7. Remaining on topic....well this one is loose. I prefer it to stay related only to this ROM, however I know things stray, and generally I'm OK with this, just try to keep it at least related to android. Or at least something related to something to do with on this planet.

    Features:
    Halo
    PIE
    Listview Animations (settings>display)
    System Settings (CM)

    Screenies:
    40
    Builds
    Jellybean 4.1
    Build 1 | Mirror
    Kuroikaze-Sosei RC1
    Kuroikaze-Sosei II B3 Final

    Jellybean 4.3
    Jellytime 4.3 - AFH | Jellytime 4.3 - DH

    Gapps 4.1
    http://goo.im/gapps/gapps-jb-20121011-signed.zip

    Gapps 4.3
    gapps-jb-20130813-signed.zip



    Change log 4.1
    Build 1: Updated to 4.1.2 sources. Generally stock CM10. Everything works. I think.

    RC1: Based on Black Bean AOSP sources now.

    Sosei II B3 Final:

    Seeder
    AC!D audio
    XLoud
    Supercharged
    Die Hard launcher
    init.d memory tweaks
    time killer killer mod
    maximum overdrive mod
    service preserver
    transition animations

    Final release.

    Change log 4.3
    Ported from Randomblame's Jellytime Build 7
    Build 1: Unreleased, initial trials to get it running. Bootloops.
    Build 2: Unreleased, boots, but runs badly, storage is broken, audio stutters
    Build 3: Almost everything works now, fixed storage via init/ramdisk entries


    FULL WIPE NO MATTER WHAT
    Broken in 4.1
    RC1 -
    Auto Brightness
    Hardware Rotation Lock Switch (use software settings, it's more flexible anyways)
    GPS

    Fixed -
    HDMI audio should now work (again)
    Switchable UI (tab or phab UIs now)

    Bugs-
    In tab ui the clock is messing it's rear texture on the homescreen, ie its not black there, its wallpaper instead. Doesn't interfere with anything, just a glitch.

    Huge thanks to justjackyl for testing this out for me and reporting back on issues.

    FULL WIPE NO MATTER WHAT
    Broken in 4.3
    Mic
    ?

    Untested:
    GPS
    HDMI
    Bluetooth
    Dock

    Bugs:
    WiFi will not reconnect if it turns off, a reboot is needed. Turning off the always scanning option seems to help this.
    Forcing GPU acceleration can help even out the framerate in some cases.

    4.1 Instructions:
    Root and unlock your device, if you haven't, visit the All things Iconia A100 link in my sig, and read up. Then read again. Then proceed with rooting, unlocking, and installing a custom recovery.

    I'm not going to note each recovery's method of installation, hopefully by now you guys know what to do in your recovery of choice.

    Download the ROM to external SD
    Download a current GApps package to your external SD card. Get one for JB, you can try a 4.2 package, but is as yet unsupported.
    Reboot into recovery using whatever method you like:
    -Power off then power on holding volume -
    -Power menu>reboot>recovery if your ROM supports this
    -App from the Play store reboot recovery
    Full nandroid backup
    FULL WIPE
    -Factory reset
    -Wipe System
    -Wipe Dalvik
    -Wipe Cache
    Flash ROM (install from zip)
    Flash appropriate GApps zip
    Reboot system
    Let system boot, allow up to 10 minutes for the GUI to come up from the boot animation
    After the welcome setup wizard appears, let the tab sit for 10 minutes. Longer is fine.
    Reboot tablet
    Let sit 5 more minutes
    Complete the setup wizard
    Restore apps and whatever. Do not restore system apps and/or data
    Restore user app data if you wish, but it may cause issues. If problems come up, factory reset and try again without restoring data.

    Feel free to flash any kernel you want, but don't post about problems here until you use the kernel it came with first.

    4.3 Instructions:
    Root and unlock your device, if you haven't, visit the All things Iconia A100 link in my sig, and read up. Then read again. Then proceed with rooting, unlocking, and installing a custom recovery.

    I'm not going to note each recovery's method of installation, hopefully by now you guys know what to do in your recovery of choice.

    Download the ROM to external SD
    Download a current GApps package to your external SD card. 4.3 ONLY! Don't report anything if you use anything but the gapps I linked from my site.
    Reboot into recovery using whatever method you like:
    -Power off then power on holding volume -
    -Power menu>reboot>recovery if your ROM supports this
    -App from the Play store reboot recovery
    Full nandroid backup
    FULL WIPE Don't report ANYTHING if you did not flash 100% clean!
    -Factory reset
    -Wipe System
    -Wipe Dalvik
    -Wipe Cache
    Flash ROM (install from zip)
    Flash appropriate GApps zip
    Reboot system
    Let system boot, allow up to 10 minutes for the GUI to come up from the boot animation. It may blank out for awhile on the first boot, just leave it be.
    After the welcome setup wizard appears, let the tab sit for 10 minutes. Longer is fine.
    Reboot tablet
    Let sit 5 more minutes
    Complete the setup wizard

    I strongly recommend you download and install apps FRESH from the Play Store, and do NOT restore apps if possible. If you want, then go ahead...
    Restore apps and whatever. Do not restore system apps and/or data
    Restore user app data if you wish, but it may cause issues. If problems come up, factory reset and try again without restoring data.

    Do not report any issues if you:
    Dirty flashed.
    Restored anything with any app.
    Don't use the supplied kernel.
    Modified the ROM in any way prior to the issue coming up.
    Did not read the entire post and noted what bugs are already known to exist.
    Did not use the 4.3 GApps on my site which I linked right below the ROM download.
    Can not report a bug issue without quoting Hawkeye because you skipped all of this.


    Thanks:
    waydownsouth
    randomblame
    gh123man
    godmachine / linux society
    justjackyl
    das_webos_transformer / xbooow
    Cyanogenmod
    AOKP
    Team Baked
    The Team behind the AC!D audio engine
    Plus more, I'm sure.
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    RC1 is up

    Ok guys go grab Kuroikaze-Sosei RC1

    Notes:
    Based in Black Bean AOSP Source now, Jellytime was always an AOSP rom except for the last one, that was CM10 and was more of a holder until I worked this one out.

    This is still of course built from source for our devices (I don't port stuff :victory:) and should offer enough options and customizations to keep you guys happy for awhile.

    Highlights:

    Uses Black Bean sources now, which itself has AOKP and CM10 and I'm sure other sources, its a little bit of everything.

    CM9 kernel as usual for its proven reliability and stability. Works with GM's kernels as usual.

    HDMI Audio should now be working

    Switchable UIs

    Fast as hell and slicker then...yeah. Should work with any JB Gapps.

    Check the second post for more info on the changes.
    8
    Not secretly, no, I had setup the laptop to work on cm10 a bit and just built a couple new cm10s for you guys. Updating black bean too so this one may also get updated soon.

    Sent from my HTC DNA
    8
    Updated OP.

    Tapatalked from my Nexus 7 - Kuroikaze AOSP
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