[ROM] [WX_NA_XX] [5.1.1] TeamEOS - Shield Tablet WiFi & LTE

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Welcome to EOS! The EOS project originated with the AOSP release of ICS, and was originally founded by Solarnz and co founded by Bigrushdog. Since then, EOS has evolved into a multinational collaborative effort backed by top Android developers. Our objective is to provide a world class AOSP build with unique features and enhancements. EOS is an ongoing development project in which builds are released on a regular basis. Feature request are not guaranteed, but always welcome. Every release should be considered stable and highly functional.


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bigrushdog - Project lead, Chief Developer [Nexus 6 || Nexus 10 || HTC One (M7)]
RaymanFX - Co-leader, AOSP code maintainer [Xperia S || Nexus 7 (2013) || OPPO N1 || OPPO Find7a]
Great-Geek - Rom Development, Gerrit Admin, EOS Site Maintenance [OnePlus One]
SuperHanns - Rom Development [Nexus 5 || Xperia Z || Xperia ZL || LG G3]
k5t4j5 - Rom Development, Qualcomm maintenance, G+ page[HTC M8 || LG Optimus G]
xboxfanj - Qualcomm maintenance, Kernel developer[OnePlus One || HTC M8]
danjull - [Droid DNA || Shield Tablet]
Niropa - [Moto G]

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  • Fling Gesture Navigation Bar
  • Resizable Navigation Bar
  • LCD Density Picker
  • Ambient Display
  • EOS Wallpaper Showcase
  • Custom Quick Toggles/Tiles
  • Softkey Long-Press and Double-Tap Actions
  • Screen Recording
  • Network Indicator (WiP)
  • Dynamic Volume Steps
  • Reported working with MultiROM
  • CM12 Theme Engine
  • Volume keys switch depending on rotation. So the volume up key is always either on the top or to the right of volume down. (Toggle-able)
  • Default Volume Control Stream (Ring or Media)
  • Advanced power menu with reboot options.
  • Pre-Optimised OATs for better ART performance
  • MUCH MORE...


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Special thanks to AOSP of course for providing open Android source,
CyanogenMod, and anyone who has contributed to our cause.


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TeamEOS Downloads
(Builds are not generated if there are no changes to source, saving you from useless updates)

Because this is an AOSP based ROM, Google Apps are not included. Flash the gapps of your choosing after you flash the ROM. If you need help finding a gapps package, ask any of us and we'll be happy to help

5.1.X Slim GApps

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These builds are designed to be installed from your favorite recovery. MAKE SURE YOU HAVE THE LATEST 5.1.X COMPATIBLE RECOVERY.
Detailed instructions:

Going to EOS 5.1.X from another ROM:
  • Boot to recovery
  • BACKUP YOUR CURRENT SETUP!!!
  • Make a full wipe (Dalvik, Dalvik Cache, System, Data)
  • Flash the ROM
  • Flash optional kernel if you choose to not use provided kernel **We DO NOT support outside kernels**
  • Flash gapps
  • Reboot
Updating from an older EOS build to new EOS build:
You can usually skip the full wipe step and just wipe both caches. If ever you encounter an issue make sure you make a full wipe first before reporting it. This is what most call "Dirty Flashing". Normally this doesn't cause problems, but keep in mind a clean flash is always the best way to go.


Contribute
Gerrit Review
GitHub
Google+ Community


Comes packaged with BitOBSessiOn's KX kernel for your performance pleasure.
Kernel source


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TeamEOS Shieldtablet Lollipop, ROM for the Nvidia Shield Tablet

Contributors
danjull
ROM OS Version: 5.1.x Lollipop
ROM Kernel: Linux 3.0.x
Based On: AOSP

Version Information
Status: Stable

Created 2015-02-12
Last Updated 2015-08-23
 

danjull

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KnieveI

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Thank you for this rom.
Everything seems to work as it should.
Have turned of screen lock and set cpu min to 300 mhz.
Will go lower to see if screen issue appear.

Edit. Screen get unresponsive after sleep anyway.
And wifi turns itself of sometimes.
But its an very promising alpha.
Thanks
KnieveI
 
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pjim

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For those of you who are adventurous I have a lte build also. I do not have this device, so proceed at your own risk if you wish to do so. And let me know what happens.
eos-5-20150211-UNOFFICIAL-wx_na_do.zip

I am using this build and so far so good. It doesn't see my sim from ATT, but I don't use it so no biggie to me. WiFi works good but doesn't connect automatically. Camera, GPS and all other basic functionality is good. Touchscreen works after sleep with no security, so that may be a good place to look for that fix.
I would like to see you develop this along with the WiFi version. I will run it and help with feedback. This could become a CM12 nightly!
 

danjull

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I am using this build and so far so good. It doesn't see my sim from ATT, but I don't use it so no biggie to me. WiFi works good but doesn't connect automatically. Camera, GPS and all other basic functionality is good. Touchscreen works after sleep with no security, so that may be a good place to look for that fix.
I would like to see you develop this along with the WiFi version. I will run it and help with feedback. This could become a CM12 nightly!

Thanks for the feedback. I'm on team eos, so this is not necessarily an unofficial build. Just didn't change it in vendor yet.

So you changed it to selinux disabled and no sod?
 

pjim

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Yeah, I tried that. No change for me.
I'm working on figuring that issue out and I'll continue working on getting the nvidia apps onboard once the touchscreen issue gets sorted.

Well I just got home from my day out with my wife and the touchscreen was unresponsive. So my trick didn't work either.

If the WiFi connected automatically and the touchscreen issue is resolved, this is what I want in a ROM. I hope you just use a flashable zip for the Nvidia apps. I took them out of the stock ROM, got twice the performance out of the tablet. I know some folks use them, so an option would be nice in that regard. I'll stick with it, let me know how I can be of help. This is a great effort on your part.
 
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Steel01

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I just flashed the lte version as a multirom side rom. It doesn't see my t-mobile sim and I'm also getting the sod. Power and volume buttons work fine, but no touchscreen. I'll report back if I find more.

I am excited to see a CM based rom working. I've been waiting for this since I first got the tablet. Thanks for working on it.

Steel01
 
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grv00711

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I just flashed the lte version as a multirom side rom. It doesn't see my t-mobile sim and I'm also getting the sod. Power and volume buttons work fine, but no touchscreen. I'll report back if I find more.

I am excited to see a CM based rom working. I've been waiting for this since I first got the tablet. Thanks for working on it.

Steel01
have you found any other roms that will boot in multirom besides this one?
 

Steel01

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have you found any other roms that will boot in multirom besides this one?

No, I haven't tried any others, sorry. I'm only really interested in the CM based roms. I would have missed this one too if Unjustified Dev hadn't pointed me at it. The OP doesn't really advertise that this is CM based.

Steel01
 
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danjull

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No, I haven't tried any others, sorry. I'm only really interested in the CM based roms. I would have missed this one too if Unjustified Dev hadn't pointed me at it. The OP doesn't really advertise that this is CM based.

Steel01

It's mainly aosp with the necessary cm parts for device compatibility.

I feel like I'm getting closer to a touchscreen fix. I'm optimistic.
 
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Steel01

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It's mainly aosp with the necessary cm parts for device compatibility.

I feel like I'm getting closer to a touchscreen fix. I'm optimistic.

Ah, okay. That makes sense. I hope someone makes a true CM build. I'd run some myself if my machine would output a proper build...

Yeah, I saw the logcat on the hangout thread. It's losing connectivity at the hardware level. Doesn't seem to say why, though.

Steel01
 

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    TeamEOS.png




    Welcome to EOS! The EOS project originated with the AOSP release of ICS, and was originally founded by Solarnz and co founded by Bigrushdog. Since then, EOS has evolved into a multinational collaborative effort backed by top Android developers. Our objective is to provide a world class AOSP build with unique features and enhancements. EOS is an ongoing development project in which builds are released on a regular basis. Feature request are not guaranteed, but always welcome. Every release should be considered stable and highly functional.


    Team_Roster.png

    bigrushdog - Project lead, Chief Developer [Nexus 6 || Nexus 10 || HTC One (M7)]
    RaymanFX - Co-leader, AOSP code maintainer [Xperia S || Nexus 7 (2013) || OPPO N1 || OPPO Find7a]
    Great-Geek - Rom Development, Gerrit Admin, EOS Site Maintenance [OnePlus One]
    SuperHanns - Rom Development [Nexus 5 || Xperia Z || Xperia ZL || LG G3]
    k5t4j5 - Rom Development, Qualcomm maintenance, G+ page[HTC M8 || LG Optimus G]
    xboxfanj - Qualcomm maintenance, Kernel developer[OnePlus One || HTC M8]
    danjull - [Droid DNA || Shield Tablet]
    Niropa - [Moto G]

    Features.png


    • Fling Gesture Navigation Bar
    • Resizable Navigation Bar
    • LCD Density Picker
    • Ambient Display
    • EOS Wallpaper Showcase
    • Custom Quick Toggles/Tiles
    • Softkey Long-Press and Double-Tap Actions
    • Screen Recording
    • Network Indicator (WiP)
    • Dynamic Volume Steps
    • Reported working with MultiROM
    • CM12 Theme Engine
    • Volume keys switch depending on rotation. So the volume up key is always either on the top or to the right of volume down. (Toggle-able)
    • Default Volume Control Stream (Ring or Media)
    • Advanced power menu with reboot options.
    • Pre-Optimised OATs for better ART performance
    • MUCH MORE...


    Credits.png

    Special thanks to AOSP of course for providing open Android source,
    CyanogenMod, and anyone who has contributed to our cause.


    Downloads.png


    TeamEOS Downloads
    (Builds are not generated if there are no changes to source, saving you from useless updates)

    Because this is an AOSP based ROM, Google Apps are not included. Flash the gapps of your choosing after you flash the ROM. If you need help finding a gapps package, ask any of us and we'll be happy to help

    5.1.X Slim GApps

    Installation.png

    These builds are designed to be installed from your favorite recovery. MAKE SURE YOU HAVE THE LATEST 5.1.X COMPATIBLE RECOVERY.
    Detailed instructions:

    Going to EOS 5.1.X from another ROM:
    • Boot to recovery
    • BACKUP YOUR CURRENT SETUP!!!
    • Make a full wipe (Dalvik, Dalvik Cache, System, Data)
    • Flash the ROM
    • Flash optional kernel if you choose to not use provided kernel **We DO NOT support outside kernels**
    • Flash gapps
    • Reboot
    Updating from an older EOS build to new EOS build:
    You can usually skip the full wipe step and just wipe both caches. If ever you encounter an issue make sure you make a full wipe first before reporting it. This is what most call "Dirty Flashing". Normally this doesn't cause problems, but keep in mind a clean flash is always the best way to go.


    Contribute
    Gerrit Review
    GitHub
    Google+ Community


    Comes packaged with BitOBSessiOn's KX kernel for your performance pleasure.
    Kernel source


    XDA:DevDB Information
    TeamEOS Shieldtablet Lollipop, ROM for the Nvidia Shield Tablet

    Contributors
    danjull
    ROM OS Version: 5.1.x Lollipop
    ROM Kernel: Linux 3.0.x
    Based On: AOSP

    Version Information
    Status: Stable

    Created 2015-02-12
    Last Updated 2015-08-23
    6
    New build in OP. Moved from alpha to beta stage. I think I've got the touchscreen issue fixed. I haven't had a screen freeze for a solid 24 hours. OTAs are now starting to roll out also.
    5
    Bad news/Good news:
    A new beginning

    With that being said, I started another thread here with a lollipop build to get things started. Working on Marshmallow at the moment.
    5
    Reserved

    Hello
    5
    New LTE and WiFi build up on www.teameos.org. Now featuring the wonderful kernel by @BitOBSessiOn

    If you have not tried EOS or our exclusive Fling feature, please do so. Fling is a gesture based navigation bar that can be modified close to endlessly. Also enable pulse and lava lamp under the Fling setting and play your favorite tune and enjoy your Fling nav bar.