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V956 rom port - is it possible

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I have a broken zte blade v, that I managed to snap a pin to the sim card through my own stupidity.  Before I binned the phone, I have been having a little play and used clockwork to install a V956 MIUI rom off a Chinese language sight - google translate was surprisingly good.  It boots up and appears to work.  Except when I left and returned 10 mins later, I couldn't get the screen to re-light.

 

Got me wondering if there is any use exploring this route for a custom rom?

 

 

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Is the source available?

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I have a broken zte blade v, that I managed to snap a pin to the sim card through my own stupidity.  Before I binned the phone, I have been having a little play and used clockwork to install a V956 MIUI rom off a Chinese language sight - google translate was surprisingly good.  It boots up and appears to work.  Except when I left and returned 10 mins later, I couldn't get the screen to re-light.

 

Got me wondering if there is any use exploring this route for a custom rom?

I think you need to set the resolutions! 480x854 -> 480x800

 

I think this is a Base rom -> http://www.romjd.com/Rom/Detail/25907

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This is working! But the resolution is not perfect.. I tryed to port but the screen resoluton "RE-SIZE to 480x800" its terrible!

What not working (I experienced currently)->

- USB storage mode

- Wifi

- Screen sleep/wake

- orientation sensor (working but not corretly)

- screen resolution

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Base rom: MIUI ZTE N909

Experimental rom: http://www.mediafire.com/download/a1lwlxylsm5d511/miui_blade-v_debug_4.3.14_Jelly4.1.zip

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Tested.

Wifi worked for me but screen sleep/wake not working.

USB storage also.

 

The quality of camera was very good!(better than in a official rom).

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The big question how can edit the resolution? 480x854 to 480x800.

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