[YUGA][Development] CM13 / CyanogenMod 13

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NamenIos

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[…]@NamenIos, use my trees from github.com/daedroza and build(cm-14.1) without any problems with SELinux set to enforcing :)
That is really good to hear, but this won't work on CM13 right? I planed to wait until xposed arrives on CM14.1/7.1 to use it.

that includes many kernel fixes and ZRAM/ DMA / CMA :)
Not a fan of ZRAM, is it on by default or do I have to use some sysfs interface to disable it every reboot? I think our device is more CPU and battery constrained than RAM constrained, so ZRAM would hurt more than it does good. I am also not a fan of changing the malloc implementation when this device has so many closed binaries shipped with it.

DMA and CMA fixes sound great.

But I appreciate your work, I even watch the CM gerrit for the kernel and device tree commits a few times a week.
 

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That is really good to hear, but this won't work on CM13 right? I planed to wait until xposed arrives on CM14.1/7.1 to use it.


Not a fan of ZRAM, is it on by default or do I have to use some sysfs interface to disable it every reboot? I think our device is more CPU and battery constrained than RAM constrained, so ZRAM would hurt more than it does good. I am also not a fan of changing the malloc implementation when this device has so many closed binaries shipped with it.

DMA and CMA fixes sound great.

But I appreciate your work, I even watch the CM gerrit for the kernel and device tree commits a few times a week.

Use Fusion3-common cm-13.0 branch from CyanogenMod and cherry-pick the following commits over it:
b201c8e17c896e18d16bfcc331dab9cca18a455a — fusion3: Lower minimum frequency to 192 MHz
0fb2264606455cdd65a218207f5d4e3da081e3de — fusion3: Enable ZRAM

If you don't want ZRAM, then you can disable it via menu configuration (don't forget to disable cgroups too) for defconfig and don't pick the ZRAM commit. Anyways, you can look that here.

Till now, no reboots on moderate load with more 5 hours of screen on time on single charge and no issues from what so ever that's present in CM kernel. Also fixes the screen hang when double tap to wake is ON.

Also, I have enabled sensitive lockup detectors so even a minor panics are now recorded, just for the purpose getting this all fixed. As always, you can contribute by send logs and fixes if you find any :)
 

SONiX-GERMANY

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Sorry, no ExtSD inserted atm. But i think you can. Especially for the "Download" folder i used folder mount in the past.
 

projekt06

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Hi,
Currently i'm on 20161205-NIGHTLY and the updates seem to be offline.
Could anyone post a link to the latest version?
Thanks
 

unrealRage

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Does anybody have a .zip file for 20161205-NIGHTLY-yuga or 20161212-NIGHTLY-yuga and doesn't mind to upload somewhere?It'd help me a bunch!
 

unrealRage

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Here are the links for the two older Versions… so now we have three to chose from. I wonder which one is the best
:cowboy:

http://filehorst.de/d/bpwEsjtm 20161205
http://filehorst.de/d/bwtcfAfF 20161212

Thanks a lot!You're a champ!Gonna download both and keep them!
I think 20161205 (+Airless kernel) was the best regarding the battery life and usually got me 4-5 SOT during the day and last nightly build drains battery pretty fast.So I am going to use 20161205.
 
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    Code:
    #include 
    /*
     * Your warranty is now void.
     *
     * I am not responsible for bricked devices, dead SD cards,
     * thermonuclear war, or you getting fired because the alarm app failed. Please
     * do some research if you have any concerns about features included in this ROM
     * before flashing it! YOU are choosing to make these modifications, and if
     * you point the finger at me for messing up your device, I will laugh at you.
     */

    NOTE:
    THIS IS A DEVELOPMENT THREAD.
    BUILDS ARE INTENDED FOR ADVANCED USERS, SO THEY CAN TEST AND GIVE FEEDBACK.
    FEATURE REQUESTS WILL BE IGNORED, THIS IS PLAIN CYANOGENMOD.


    Also, there are sisters threads for working on pollux, odin and dogo.

    Changes:

    - Jan 30: Initial release
    - Feb 5: kernel updates, audio HAL modernization
    - Feb 9: WiFi updates
    - Feb 13: volume rocker wakeup, sdcard hotplug, camera focus changes, cleanups
    - Feb 16: new call fix
    - Feb 27: F2FS support
    - Mar 1: audio update
    - Mar 3: smooth boot animation
    - Mar 6: more audio updates
    - Apr 3: first 12.1 build
    - Apr 20: radio fixed
    - Apr 22: Android 5.1.1
    - Apr 27: tons of cpu and gpu governor updates/fixes, wifi updates
    - May 1: gpu gov and wifi updates
    - May 7: app2sd fixes, selinux updates, fixed power hal, oss thermal mgmt, wifi fixes
    - May 10: plethora of core kernel and platform updates, init changes
    - May 22: scheduler and platform updates, reworked kernel configuration
    - July 1: lollipop blobs, init update, new sensor drivers, kernel updates
    - July 7: fixed incall audio
    - July 8: fixed black screen on boot, fix booting into recovery by toggling volume keys
    - July 9: fixed wlan&bt mac config
    - July 11: fixed off charging mode
    - July 20: fixed gps problems under certain circumstances
    - July 21: lp kernel updates, als adjustments
    - July 22: led color configuration from ui
    - July 30: gps problems fixed again (duh), leds in off charging mode
    - Aug 3: row io scheduler, open source gps hal, sepolicy update
    - Aug 6: fix sd card access, fix thermal throttle clearance, update power profile
    - Sep 10: (ahead of nightlies) bfq and fiops io schedulers (bfq as default), sony 5.1.1 blobs
    - Sep 16: (ahead of nightlies) data, sound fixes

    - Mar 30: initial CM13 release
    - Apr 6: latest cm fixes, kernel updates
    - May 2: init updates, improved mac address handling, new camera, kernel lz4 compression, updated audio and gpu, new browser
    - May 9: mac addr fixes, bluetooth fixes, camera wrapper improvements
    - May 25: f2fs fix, kernel 3.4.112, init update, ipv6 fix
    - Jul 5: loads of kernel changes, audio hal, and probably plenty of stuff i forgot
    - Jul 7: underp previous build
    - Aug 1: bluetooth and audio updates
    - Aug 23: offline charger & kernel & f2fs updates

    All builds are synchronized with the latest CM tree. For the specific updates to fusion3 and yuga, see the source link below!

    Download:
    For the brave CM13 DEVELOPMENT BUILD:
    cm-13.0-20160823-UNOFFICIAL-yuga.zip
    Dirty-flashing on existing 12.1 upgrades normally to CM 13. Beware you will need compatible GApps though!

    CM-12.1 nightlies are available:
    Official download site
    This thread will however remain the prime location for testing new stuff and support on yuga.

    Installation:
    If you have anything other than CyanogenMod on your device, do a full wipe, and get compatible gapps!
    F2FS support: take a look here

    Testing:
    Some very important "rules" for this:
    - Run unmodified versions (no FOTA recovery, no modified kernel, no Xposed framework, etc.)
    - Please dont post "X isnt working" or "random reboots" - provide LOGS for each report you post here. This thread is actually meant for users who are capable of gathering and providing logs, so after a reboot, provide last_kmsg, and for all other problems, dmesg and logcat at the very least.
    - If you can reproduce your problem, you might want to increase the logging level before posting it here, which will increase chances of me finding the problem.

    I will have to ignore all other "problem reports" as they are essentially useless.

    Thanks:
    @andyvdsteen - testing, lending me his phone

    Source:
    If you are willing (and able) to help, check out the patch sets, test them for the respective projects (fusion3 is also pollux, odin, and so on).
    http://review.cyanogenmod.org
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    guys, i know there has been some confusion about marshmallow. you can stop messaging me about it ;)
    the thing is: i've got marshmallow to work on the xperia z months ago. however, we are having trouble with the camera due to the unique way the camera blobs deal with their data. that is also why i have not posted a build here - the CyanogenMod team expects some sort of standards, and i intend to follow them.
    i do not condone others posting builds here, just to satisfy their need for recognition. cyanogenmod has always been and will always be a team effort. you will see a semi-official build for these devices in this thread as soon as all the major hardware is working, and then the usual testing to get nightlies process.
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    well people, it has been a long journey, and today after some time of using this device as a daily driver i decided it is time for a new milestone: http://review.cyanogenmod.org/#/c/106289/

    the download link has been removed from this thread, and nightlies will be available from the next run of the cyanogen build server. this thread remains active and a conduit for you people to report problems and communicate with each other and me... i hope you enjoy!
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    please guys, dont message/mail me about marshmallow. yes, i am working on it (so is pretty much everyone else at cm), but it is early days... patience, young padawans :)
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    in case you were wondering whats going on: http://www.vware.at/marshmallow-is-alive/
    my main target is pollux for now during the bringup phase, then we will see about the phones z, zl, zr ;)