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If not for everyday use, so what are the main reasons why not. :wub:


Probably because not everything working, and because the developer wrote it's not ready...

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I updated the trimmed gapps package. This should now include Jelly Bean Google experience as full as it can be on our device. Google Now and Voice Search work for the most parts. Microphone icon in search widget and Google Now still leads to wrong voice search though (I cleaned it up, so you'll only have one voice search icon in your app drawer). Also Google Ears widget works now.

gapps-jb-20120811-KonstaKANG.zip
http://www.mediafire...602jod64u787gf5
md5:119ae13dbb9790978ef5495603fc401d

Credits to those who did the work just to preserve the fame/fault ratio in universe. ;)
-Google Now for ICS Project (thanks to SilentStormer)
-Voice Search for Google Now (thanks to Johny_G)

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I'm going to write this only once. ;) Some installation instructions:

Updating from some other ROM:
  • boot to clockworkmod
  • mounts & storage -> format system
  • wipe data & factory reset
  • install zip from sdcard -> cm-10-xxxxxxxx-KonstaKANG-blade.zip
  • install zip from sdcard -> gapps-jb-xxxxxxxx-KonstaKANG.zip
  • reboot now

Updating from previous version of this ROM:
  • boot to clockworkmod
  • install zip from sdcard -> cm-10-xxxxxxxx-KonstaKANG-blade.zip
  • reboot now

If you have installed some other gapps package:
  • boot to clockworkmod
  • mounts & storage -> format system
  • install zip from sdcard -> cm-10-xxxxxxxx-KonstaKANG-blade.zip
  • install zip from sdcard -> gapps-jb-xxxxxxxx-KonstaKANG.zip
  • reboot now

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Is Konstant ROM good for daily use.?

It depends if you can live with the non-working things listed in the first post. I've been using it as my daily driver for few weeks and it's certainly stable enough.

People who know what they're doing don't care about my recommendations. :P

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Can anybody tell me if this rom is capable of two way recording?

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Can anybody tell me if this rom is capable of two way recording?


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Can anybody tell me if this rom is capable of two way recording?

If you mean this and this, then yes. Haven't tested it with the skvalex app though.

No

Nice guess, you had 50% chance to get it right. :P

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I'm going to write this only once. ;) Some installation instructions:

Updating from some other ROM:

  • boot to clockworkmod
  • mounts & storage -> format system
  • wipe data & factory reset
  • install zip from sdcard -> cm-10-xxxxxxxx-KonstaKANG-blade.zip
  • install zip from sdcard -> gapps-jb-xxxxxxxx-KonstaKANG.zip
  • reboot now


ah but is it good for daily use? :D

one point, from memory, i'm pretty sure a factory reset formats the sdcard (or is it just sd-ext?) so probably not a good idea, unless you add a step to put the rom and gapps back on the card afterwards.

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ah but is it good for daily use? :D

one point, from memory, i'm pretty sure a factory reset formats the sdcard (or is it just sd-ext?) so probably not a good idea, unless you add a step to put the rom and gapps back on the card afterwards.


Factory reset (via recovery) will not format the sdcards fat32 partition, i'm unsure if it wipes .android_secure (it probably does) but i know it formats sd-ext (as it should).

You're probably thinking about the factory reset option in stock ROMs. :)

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I've done my trimming by just commenting out stuff in makefiles or removing stuff from the source tree (wallpapers, dictionaries). I upload the zip that I get out from the build process. I've got the trimming patches for CM9 in my github but I haven't bothered to upload them for CM10.

Would you mind giving us a link to the area to look for those trimming patches (or to the post within the ics thread) or just incorperate them to the make files for this branch? I Did not manage to find them, yet. ;)

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I'm going to write this only once.


As soon as i read that it reminded me of Allo Allo

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Brilliant ROM... the Blade hasn't ever had it better than this... thanks a lot for your work... especially I should thank you for your detailed instructions and clear language... fan for life... would you consider implementing the new OTA update solution mentioned on this xda topic?


Hi KonstaT,
Regarding this post from your other topic about CM9, do you think that this could be implemented for this ROM?

Regards,

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I've finally blown the cobwebs off my blade to see how Jellybean is shaping up, but run into a problem at the start.

I've moved from Blue Ginger (I've got 140mb in my system partition) and I followed the 'Installing from some other ROM' instructions. Jellybean has installed, but not the Google Apps. I've gone back into CWM and tried reinstalling the Gapps zip a few times, but no joy.

I'm assuming I've messed up and should have followed the 'if you have installed some other gapps package' instructions. Is there any quick fix to get round this and put gapps back on?

Cheers.

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I've finally blown the cobwebs off my blade to see how Jellybean is shaping up, but run into a problem at the start.

I've moved from Blue Ginger (I've got 140mb in my system partition) and I followed the 'Installing from some other ROM' instructions. Jellybean has installed, but not the Google Apps. I've gone back into CWM and tried reinstalling the Gapps zip a few times, but no joy.

I'm assuming I've messed up and should have followed the 'if you have installed some other gapps package' instructions. Is there any quick fix to get round this and put gapps back on?

Cheers.


Your system partition is too small, you'll need 160MB for this rom.

You'll need to run a TPT to fix that before installing. You can find loads of them in this forum if you search for it, just choose one that is for your gen and has a large enough system partition.

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Thanks Snap - I'd read that Konstat was managing with something like 130mb, so I thought I might get away with 140. I assume he's got an even more trimmed-down version.

I'm just doing a TPT from an ICS ROM with 210MB. I know this is too much, but I found all the 160MB ROMS seemed to be hosted on annoying file-sharing sites that required you to enter your mobile number etc. If I like the ROM a lot, I'll sort out a more suitable partition later.

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Thanks Snap - I'd read that Konstat was managing with something like 130mb, so I thought I might get away with 140. I assume he's got an even more trimmed-down version.

I'm just doing a TPT from an ICS ROM with 210MB. I know this is too much, but I found all the 160MB ROMS seemed to be hosted on annoying file-sharing sites that required you to enter your mobile number etc. If I like the ROM a lot, I'll sort out a more suitable partition later.


Not for this ROM. For ICS it would have worked but not for this ROM.

You can find a lot of different ones here:http://amphoras.co.uk/downloads/blade-tpts

Just be sure that you have the correct gen for the TPT you're downloading. :)

This one: http://bit.ly/wEO8Im (160MB system, 279MB data and 2MB cache) would be great if you have a (stock or upgraded via the windows TPT method) gen2 phone and http://bit.ly/xfRgvu is for gen1 phones (160 - 294 - 2).

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You're a star Snap. (I made that a lot harder than it needed to be by trying to flash a ROM for a Stock Gen 2 device, when mine is actually a Stock Gen 1 which has been upgraded to Gen 2.)

It's all good now though. The ROM and Gapps are all behaving themselves, and I like it a lot so far, so thanks Konstat.

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You're a star Snap. (I made that a lot harder than it needed to be by trying to flash a ROM for a Stock Gen 2 device, when mine is actually a Stock Gen 1 which has been upgraded to Gen 2.)

It's all good now though. The ROM and Gapps are all behaving themselves, and I like it a lot so far, so thanks Konstat.


i you dont want the tPT hasssale you can trim the wom urself
just remove some dict files from latinime.apk
changes the file size from 23mb - 5mb you save almost 17mb

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This is a very nice rom. Thanks!

Is it possible to include skype sound routing into one of your next releases? That would be great! (like in CM7, ColdFusionX,... )

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i you dont want the tPT hasssale you can trim the wom urself
just remove some dict files from latinime.apk
changes the file size from 23mb - 5mb you save almost 17mb

Hi vNa5h, small query - can u please elaborate how to do this process step by step.
May be I have misunderstood - shud we do this after installing ROM or before?
And since all ROM's are signed nowadays, a small step by step page for unsigning and resigning can be very helpful to noobs like me.
Apologies as am straying away from this topic but since this post came up, i kinda remembered.
So can u/anyone else please post these steps so as to help noobs reduce the ROM space so that we can use apps2rom and push a few apps into the ROM partition.....

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