My device is a galaxy tab 7 plus and we currently have a fully functional CM9 build working perfectly. I've been following a few guides on how to port AOKP to this device and non of the guides worked. I also read that cm9 and AOKP are one of the same. So if u get one to work the other should just as easily. But it doesn't seem to be working. So I figured maybe porting won't work. Maybe I have to build it from ground up. Or is there a way I can bring the RomControl menu to the current cm9 build?
I've been trying for the longest to port AOKP to Galaxy tab 7 plus, and so far I have gotten nowhere. The devs in our forums aren't interested in porting AOKP to our device. But there is a fully functional cm9 build working. I'm mainly trying to port AOKP for its customization options "RomControl" so is there a way to at least bring the romcontrol menu to a working cm9 rom?
I love the Samsung camera app, and it works much better than the stock camera app on AOKP on my SII I777, but I understand my ROM needs to be Touchwiz based to run it...Can I install Touchwiz on top of my AOKP ROM to install the official Samsung camera app.
I installed AOKP custom rom on my Samsung Galaxy nexus yesterday and everything works fine so far except 2 things:
1) I can not receive or send group text messages from the android messaging app. I know I can use other apps like whatapp, etc to do this...but I want to use regular messaging app that sends it as message over verizon cell network.
2) My battery was down to 30% and I took it out and put it back in....and the battery indicator shows it at 100%. Thats obviously not right.
I've installed a jelly bean version aokp on my GT P7510. And after installing my computer cannot recognize it so i cannot install another roam the other big BIG mustake i made was not installing GAPPS i totally forgot so now i dont have google play or files folder or anything and cannot acces my tablet from my pc, how to get this fixed nothing can be installed to it even from the browser.
I am trying to build a custom ROM for Samsung P3113 based on AOKP source on the jb branch. I was able to make "unofficial" release using "brunch aokp_p3113". However, when I attempted to make a distribution release, the "make -j4 dist" failed. The following are the commands I used:
. build/envsetup.sh lunch aokp_p3113-userdebug make -j4 dist
I got the following error messages:
device/moto/stingray/recovery/recovery_ui.cpp:22:20: fatal error: device.h: No such file or directory compilation terminated. make: *** [out/target/product/p3113/obj/STATIC_LIBRARIES/librecovery_ui_stingray_intermediates/recovery_ui.o] Error 1
I recently bought an HTC Amaze. I have it rooted, bootloader unlocked. Unfortunately, its a SEA (unbranded) version. I tried S-Off so many times but failed. So, I decided to give CM10 and AOKP a try, as I had heard that they don't require S-Off to work on any set.
Firstly, I tried CM10 with TWRP. It didn't work. It was because TWRP doesn't have Smart Flash. So, I switched to 4EXT. It worked. CM10 started, showed me its beauty. Then, suddenly, restarted. And kept restarting. I restored to stock GB ROM. Then, I tried its older builds. Same thing happened. Some people said, kernel could be the issue. So, I decided to try AOKP. Same thing happened. It showed me some screens; select language, lock screen etc. And then restarted. I also tried Dark Glass 0.4, with Mk4 kernel. Same issue happened.The steps I followed flashing the ROMs are as follows:
Build worked fine for a month or so. Then my battery died last week and upon reboot, it got stuck on Initiating Swagger screen. Tried wiping the cache, the dalvik cache and battery stats with no luck. Finally just factory reset and booted a new identical aokp download. A week went by and everything seemed peachy until the battery died again and I got the same problem.
I repeated the process again but really want to be sure this doesnt happen again.
The above will ensure that the 4 corners of my image stay anchored to the 4 lat/long points listed, regardless of scrolling, zooming etc. Is there a way to accomplish this using the google api / maps provided for android?
I've done a little research, and am interested in developing for Android. I've never programmed before, and have no idea how to go from zero experience to developing for a mobile device. My interest is in eventually making some sort of 2d game.
Is there a lesson plan for starting from the ground up? I would think one would need to learn the Java language to start. Looking at the Sun website, it's a bit daunting. Is there a book, specifically, that would wrap up this knowledge in a bit of a directed lesson plan?
I'm not sure if opengl-es is what would be required for 2d games. I've done a little research on this, and it's even far more daunting than Java itself. I can't even begin to figure out where to start with even just opengl, sans -es. My best guess would be that I need further knowledge in Java to continue with this, but even still, is it possible to learn concurrently with Java?
Are there any guides that show the user how to create a rom from scratch? I've seen multiple guides on creating a rom but they do so using the kitchen. I would prefer something that shows how to make a rom without a crutch.
I have been successful a few times but lately if I fix all the make: errors I get a Java heap space error or a gc Java out of memory error. I have a pastebin and will post it when I get back home from work in the morning! I've gotten this errors running Ubuntu 10.04 building cm9, Codename and cm7. I thought at first it was virtual box. So I partitioned my hard drive and dual booted. What is wrong with my environment and Java?
I have downloaded the source code for my device - Lenovo S6000-H from the lenovo website but after reading many guides cant figure out how to compile it as all the rest use git to get the source. I also dont think I need to change any enviromental variables as its the source for my model.
Using ubuntu 12.04.3 with JDK 6u35 and have the latest Android JDK/NDK I have downloaded and install all needed programs and set up all my paths in ~/.bashrc
There isnt a single make file I can use to compile the whole system or does it need to be done in individual parts? Couldnt find a lunchrc file either so unsure on how to compile it to get a flashable rom..
I have a chinaphone and I'm trying to install a custom recovery so I can make/restore backups if anything messes up the phone, but it hasn't got an official clockwork mod recovery.
I've read that you can build a custom recovery using the ClockworkMod Builder website with the original recovery img extracted from the device,I tried using this method to extract the recovery: http:[url]....
Then I used an App called Online Nandroid Backup which has successfully created a recovery img for me, I ran it through the ClockworkMod Builder website but it says no changes were made.
recently I've been learning more and more about building AOSP builds since I'm not a huge fan of the bloated touchwiz rom's for the Stratosphere. I'm looking more for AOSP roms, like I had when I had the Evo.
1. I have all I need to build Android from source, I have the Android source, and I have sources from Samsung for the Stratosphere. This includes the kernel sources, and platform sources, how do I merge these two together?
2. Do I have to build a kernel when I build the rom, or do I build the kernel seperately?