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[ROM] MokeeOS v1.10 - CM7.2 - Android 2.3.7 (08/08/2012)

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This is my version of MoKeeOS ROM - based on CyanogenMod 7.2 (Android 2.3.7)

This ROM was put in a separate new thread on Blade users' request since the original one
got messy with all the updates scattered over the whole thread making it complicated to use.
My initial version includes all the previous patches I've done that deal with the known issues.
Previous thread can be found here: http://www.modaco.co...-updated-to-v2/

ROM comes with google apps already preinstalled so there is no need to flash them separately.

Check the second post for change log and potential hotfixes

Requirements
- system partition size: at least 150MB
- cache partition size: doesn't matter

Download: http://tinyw.in/s7Bw

Installation instructions - fresh install with data wipe (see below for upgrade from previous 1.10)
- put rom ZIP and hotfix ZIPs if any (2nd post) to SD card
- reboot to ClockworkMod Recovery
- make a backup of your current rom using menu: Backup & Restore / Backup
- wipe data / factory reset
- advanced / wipe dalvik cache
- mounts & storage / format system
- install zip from sd card - choose to install rom ZIP and all hotfix ZIPs downloaded from the 2nd post
- reboot

Upgrade from previous 1.10 build - without data wipe / factory reset
This approach will maintain all of your installed applications.
In some cases there might be problems especially when using apps for linking
applications to SD ext partition (S2E, etc, Link2SD is OK, see the last step)
So if you are having any problems perform full wipe and install apps again.
If you experience undesired behaviour like bootloops or applications force closing go for fresh install with all wipes.
- put rom ZIP SD card
- reboot to ClockworkMod Recovery
- make a backup of your current rom using menu: Backup & Restore / Backup
- wipe cache
- advanced / wipe dalvik cache
- mounts & storage / format system
- install zip from sd card - choose to install rom
- reboot
- if using Link2SD - launch it and choose to recreate mount script, reboot


Thanks go to CM team, mfunz.com (Mokeetek) for creating such a perfect ROM, tilal6991 for providing the device config and all devs contributing to android community.
Special thanks go to Shiv Prajapati, Bruja and mckc001 for being my testers since I don't own Blade.

Edited by C3C0, 12 August 2012 - 04:39 PM.

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Links to my stuff: SlimBean (Android 4.2.2), RootBox (CM/AOKP/PA mix 4.2.2), ParanoidJelly2 (AOSPA 4.2.2), ParanoidJelly (JB), ParanoidAndroid (ICS), MokeeOS (GB), CM7.2 (GB), SKatie (GB), SwedishSnow (GB), Kernels
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Updates and Hotfixes
- none at the moment

Mods and Addons
1) LauncherPro instead of MokeeLauncher: http://tinyw.in/3mqg ( do not use if using themes!!! )

2) "White" messagging app:http://tinyw.in/9wdG

3) Center clock mod: http://tinyw.in/E5DI

Flash mods in CWM, wipe cache, advanced / wipe dalvik cache, reboot

Themes
I collected the set of 17 themes that seem to be working without stability issues.
It's impossible for me to test every aspect of each theme so problems shoud be expected.
Be aware that they are not perfect and visual glitches like dark text on dark background, etc, should be expected (prepare for FCs, too...)
Use default Mokee launcher when using themes. Other alternative launchers (LauncherPro, ...) may not work at all!!! You have been warned.
Next thing: If you are having stability issues or you think you've found a ROM bug; before you post it here; switch to default system theme first and try
to reproduce the bug with the default theme set. I will not take care of any bugs that might be related to other theme than system one!!!
All those that require "perfect" theming should rather go for vanilla CM7.

Link for theme package: http://tinyw.in/l2Hq (unzip and install as normal APKs using any file manager)

Changelogs
Changelog 08/08/12
- synced with the latest version released by Mokee devs (05/08/12)
- nothing special new - mainly bug fixes
- all of my previous hotfixes integrated. Including:
--- S2E compatibility fix
--- CPU Spy compatibility fix
--- kernel by archish
- some unnecessary libs removed (cleanup)
- Theme support is back - see "Themes" section above for more info
- possible to upgrade from previous 1.10 without performing data wipe

Changelog 29/07/12 - Initial release
- removed Chinese bloatware
- replaced Chinese keyboard by LatinIME
- added missing languages
- fixed English translations in SystemUI
- reorganized Settings
- added missing CM Settings
- removed Lockscreen settings from CM settings since they are irrelevant for Mokee lockscreen
- fixed S2E compatibility issues
- SD readahead set to 2MB by default
- added missing download cache redirection if cache partition too small
- UI transitions improved
- updated Adreno libraries
- ported battery % indicator from MoKeeOS v0.3
- Settings / System updates modified to be linked to my Goo.IM (GooManager support)
- enabled Tablet tweaks - status bar softbutons
- ThemeManager disabled so people don't accidentaly mess up the system by installing themes
- default Android Live Wallpapers removed so the system fits on 150MB partition
- updated Play Store
- other small cosmetic changes

Edited by C3C0, 12 August 2012 - 04:40 PM.

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Links to my stuff: SlimBean (Android 4.2.2), RootBox (CM/AOKP/PA mix 4.2.2), ParanoidJelly2 (AOSPA 4.2.2), ParanoidJelly (JB), ParanoidAndroid (ICS), MokeeOS (GB), CM7.2 (GB), SKatie (GB), SwedishSnow (GB), Kernels
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Is the battery draining problem is solved in this release ???

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As I've been a test-user for this ROM I can't see any battery drain.

On normal use (Wifi, web browser. some facebook, music) I still have alot left on my battery

The ROM drains faster if using facebook but it's not a ROM issue, it's the Facebook app.

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hmmm.... i have installed the rom from

http://www.modaco.co...2/<br /><br />and browsing net for 1 hour makes me down from 99% to 35%-40%.....and playing music or video drains it even similarly..... dont u facing this issue..... thats y now installed LEZO rom 1.7.27 and it gives nice battery backup.......
plzzz help.!!

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I have been testing C3C0's test build and so far the only issue I have found is that the notifications/toggle draw appear blank.
This has happened twice in 24hrs. Fix = long press back key until it is killed.
It occurred after a couple of hours use by a young nephew who is quite into his gaming. The second was switching back from airplane mode. Not a big deal.
Battery life is very good - most of my use has been navigation, browsing and a bit of gaming. (and even some calls/txts)
I have tried virtually every ROM for the Blade - Mokee so far, is one of the better ones!
Thanks to the dev's and especially C3C0 for bringing to the Blade!
I'll report more later.

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C3C0 kindly add the burstlam patch to work camera in chinese blades...you can find the link on previous mokee thread in the second post. Nice to see a new active thread of mokee. Btw I am still on test build so any necessity to flash this update? Pls confirm

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The one and only difference between the test version and this one is that it contains updated adreno libs.

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Links to my stuff: SlimBean (Android 4.2.2), RootBox (CM/AOKP/PA mix 4.2.2), ParanoidJelly2 (AOSPA 4.2.2), ParanoidJelly (JB), ParanoidAndroid (ICS), MokeeOS (GB), CM7.2 (GB), SKatie (GB), SwedishSnow (GB), Kernels
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Not an issue I have flashed adreno libs separately..
Kindly add burstlam camera patch for chinese blades

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Rom is good, Battery life is same any any other GB Rom. I will probably use this rom if I decide to stick with GB :D
thanks C3CO
Minor issue is cpuspy cannot ready any cpu state info.

@Shiv, you can try my kernel for the camera fix, the performance and battery life should be better as well. make backup before flashing.

Edited by archish, 29 July 2012 - 06:32 PM.

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Rom is good, Battery life is same any any other GB Rom. I will probably use this rom if I decide to stick with GB :D
thanks C3CO
Minor issue is cpuspy cannot ready any cpu state info.

@Shiv, you can try my kernel for the camera fix, the performance and battery life should be better as well. make backup before flashing.



Are you using it with your own kernel?

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Rom is good, Battery life is same any any other GB Rom. I will probably use this rom if I decide to stick with GB :D
thanks C3CO
Minor issue is cpuspy cannot ready any cpu state info.

@Shiv, you can try my kernel for the camera fix, the performance and battery life should be better as well. make backup before flashing.


All fully working with this kernel? (wifi, etc)

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All fully working with this kernel? (wifi, etc)

Are you using it with your own kernel?


All working, no issues.

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Rom is good, Battery life is same any any other GB Rom. I will probably use this rom if I decide to stick with GB :D
thanks C3CO
Minor issue is cpuspy cannot ready any cpu state info.

@Shiv, you can try my kernel for the camera fix, the performance and battery life should be better as well. make backup before flashing.


yeah i forgot to mention - cpu spy cannot detect state!

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Edited by bladebuddy, 30 July 2012 - 07:45 AM.

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No busybox installed

doh!

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Congrats C3C0 this is my daily rom from now on :)

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No busybox installed


Have way to install busybox on this rom?

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Is there any way to make backup off my messages on Konstakang to recover in this one?
Aswell as all the other things like accounts and WIFI connections...

Edited by diogomatos, 29 July 2012 - 09:18 PM.

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"titanium backup"

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