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[INTRODUCTION]
This ROM is based of the joined effort of a couple of devs (Ejtable, Scanno and Brucelee666) who are working on getting JellyBean working for our device. As soon as JellyBean is getting stable, my goal is also to put everything on github, just like i did with VegaCream. This way other devs can also work on this.

Please remember that I, ejtagle and brucelee666 are *NOT* professionals and do this in our spare time. We all have full time jobs and a family. So be happy that there is an Android ROM based on Android 4.1.1 / JellyBean for a device that was sold with Android 2.2 and never had an update.

We do our best to make this ROM as good as possible. With VegaCream we gave you a ROM that gave a new life to your tablet and unleashed its full potential. But we are not wizzards and there might be problems that we cannot solve or do not have time for.

[SPECIFICATIONS]
This ROM is based on AOSP 4.1.1 and the device config made by Ejtagle, brucelee666 and myself.

- INT2EXT+ (Needs a correctly partitioned SDCard)
- zRAM
- DPI is set at 120dpi
- Default JellyBean Launcher installed
- Apex Launcher installed
- Filemanager installed
- Terminal installed
- Google Apps is installed. This means that the Google base is installed and all the apps that are available in the Play Store are not installed (i.e. GMail, Maps)
- All languages that are available in AOSP are included
- Partition layout is the same as VegaCream / VegaICS beta1 / Modded stock
- /system/app, /system/lib, /system/fonts, /system/framework and /system/usr are Squashfs filesystems.

[INSTALLATION]
There are 2 methods of installation. There is a CWM recovery flashable ZIP and a NVFlash file.

I realy recommend flashing VegaBean the first time with the NVFlash version.

Before installing any version, you have to make sure that you have a SDCard that has the correct partition layout:
- First partition is a primary partition formatted as FAT32
- Second partition is a primary partition formatted as EXT4
EXT4 is a linux filesystem so you will need a program that can handle Linux filesystems when you are using Windows.

Before installing the ZIP file make sure that:
- You have the correct partition layout (if you have VegaCream installed, you have the correct layout, if not then use the NVFlash installer. This will repartition your internal memory))
- Copy the ZIP file to your SD-Card
- Boot into Recovery
- Do a FULL WIPE / FACTORY RESET
- Install the ZIP file from your SDCard
- After installing reboot the tablet.

[WORKING]
- WiFi
- Bluetooth (Tested with a A2DP headset)
- Camera
- HDMI including audio
- 3G (only fro the Huawei internal modem, usb modems may work)
- GPS not tested by me, but some say it kind of works.

[CREDITS]
- Ejtagle
- Brucelee666
- Scanno
- LeoP for his zRAM implementation
- Legionaire (for the VegaBean bootanimation)

Edited by Scanno, 06 October 2012 - 01:48 PM.

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[DOWNLOADS]

Please do *NOT* use Link2SD anymore. You do not need it. With the INT2EXT script, your apps will install on SDCard by default. Just make sure you have 2 primary partition. First partition *MUST* be a FAT32 partition. The second partition *SHOULD* be EXT4. When upgrading from a previous version, make sure your EXT partition is empty / reformatted. Also when using the NVflash version !!!

[RC2]
NVFlash: https://mega.co.nz/#!6ZgUiLCT!KxYgDQgLYqXC-EdTOOdYbl8uGQAy-sles4nFewm2H9Y
CWM-ZIP: https://mega.co.nz/#!PQxyAQJC!eIxAgVDxbxI0C9cegq8XVS0GU2Q46VrwF4fzPa244ZQ

[Beta 6]
NVFlash-version: https://mega.co.nz/#!6IJSSCRb!QpXc9B0t9e8QIPhvWPSxWmRB5Cpkimy2EfUykziiQvQ

Edited by Scanno, 29 April 2013 - 07:27 PM.

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[Changelist]
[Beta 6]
- RIL updated to the latest version (3 october i think)
- updated to AOSP 4.1.2
- Added check to see if there is a second partition on the SDCard. If not INT2EXT is not excecuted (PLEASE TEST !!!)
- Updated GApps

[Beta 5]
Changes compared to Beta 3-1:
- New kernel with the following changes:
- Suspend problem solved. Tablet does not enter LP0 anymore
- Compiled with zRAM support
- zRAM modules added
- zRAM implementation from LeoP included
- RIL from ejtagle updated

[Beta 3-1]
- Included int2ext+
- Included bootanimation for legionnaire

[Beta 3]
- Latest RIL from EJTagle
- CM10 keyboard
- Stock browser with the option to set User Agent
- You can now just wipe cache and dalvik-cache when updating from a previous VegaBean version. Please remember that from other version you will have to do a full wipe / factory reset !!!

[Beta 2.2]
What has changed compared to Beta 2
- AOSP updated to JRO03L
- Latest update to the huaweigeneric RIL (from aug 27) by EJTagle

The stripped version has the following apps removed from /system/app compared to the original version:
- ApexLauncher.apk
- PlayMusic.apk
- Talk.apk
- YouTube.apk

The stripped version should give you around 10 MiB extra on /system. So if you have bad NAND problems and have problems booting (not able to) you can try this.

[Beta 2]
- HDMI audio working
- VegaBean bootanimation added by indigolemon

[Beta 1]
- Rotation really fixed and HW acceleration working
- Disable / Enable GPS would crash, fixed (thanks Eduardo)

Alpha 3:
- Rotation Fixed. Portrait mode is working correctly
- 3G files included... Sadly no 3G because of too old version of Huawei RIL. Need at least version 6 and we have version 4. So if anybody can get his / her hands on a newer version, please let us know.

Edited by Scanno, 24 October 2012 - 03:17 PM.

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Thank you Scanno, Ejtagle, Brucelee666 and all the users off Alpha2 for this to happen.

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Scanno, we're missing the telephone.apk, is it being compiled ?

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Having a few probs.
Was originaly running Vecacomb with no probs.
So installed modded stock then Vecacream RC2 via Nvflash, so far so good.
However after clearing cache etc and installing Jellybean Beta 1 the Vega will not boot.
When CWM has finished I set it to reboot, the backlight comes on for a second and darkens then backlight again
which just stays there ?

Any ideas.

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Sorted :)
modded stock v12 then v2 then Jelly seems to be the way to go.
Thanks to MikhailM at Tabletrom.
Also Stransky for pointing me to the Nvflash version.

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Hi there

Does anyone know if I can safely change the DPI on Beta 1? On the last version it didn't work.
Also any idea when (or if) the photo sync might work?

Otherwise this seems like a very good ROM indeed!

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Morning Folks,

I've had vegacomb running for some time. Previously I had the modded stock running. Last night I decided to have a go with Jelly Bean. I used CWM to reset to stock and clear down the cache etc.

Unfortunately I seem to be stuck during the boot process. The screen is showing the word android in blue grey with an animated highlight moving left to right.

I've left it for 6 hours and rebooted about half a dozen times with no difference, it sticks in the same place each time. Unfortunately the menu is not appearing when I hold the power button down, so I do not have any of the CWM recovery options.

Any suggestions, or do I need to try reinstalling via a PC connection (Which I recall is a right pain)?

Thanks in advance.

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Try to flash modded stock V1/2 and then, reboot to CWM, and flash VegaBean.
Choose V2 first, if the symptoms are the same, try V1. V1 did it for me...

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i too have been running vegacomb 3.2 for some time without major probs (though does seem to struggle to standby and often just shuts down)

i performed a system wipe, flashed vegacream via nv flash then wiped again before flashing vegabean via CWM recovery. (all the blurb during installation mentioned vegaCREAM, but i just assumed this was a remnant of the previous incarnation?)

since then i have not been able to boot it up - screen backlight comes on and stays on, but it wont do anything else.

i also cannot seem to be able to get it into recovery with the back/power key combination whatever i try with the power and USB leads. :(

anyone know any other tricks?

Nx

Edited by dr_nick, 16 August 2012 - 04:19 PM.

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Thanks for the replies,

Can I just confirm that this is the rom you are suggesting I start with:
http://www.modaco.co..._ modded��stock

Edit: Except that link is defunct, 'file has been removed' Can someone point me in the direction of the download please.

Edited by steveg100, 16 August 2012 - 04:34 PM.

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I managed to find a copy of modded stock v2 on my PC. Reinstalled that, tried again with jelly bean but it sticks at the same point.

Can anyone point me in the direction of a copy of modded stock v1 so I can try that?

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I managed to find a copy of modded stock v2 on my PC. Reinstalled that, tried again with jelly bean but it sticks at the same point.

Can anyone point me in the direction of a copy of modded stock v1 so I can try that?


just install vegacream via NVFLASH, then setup wifi and d/l vegabean using the default browser. move it to /sd then boot into recovery (longpress power) and then you can install vegabean from there - just worked for me!

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i too have been running vegacomb 3.2 for some time without major probs (though does seem to struggle to standby and often just shuts down)

i performed a system wipe, flashed vegacream via nv flash then wiped again before flashing vegabean via CWM recovery. (all the blurb during installation mentioned vegaCREAM, but i just assumed this was a remnant of the previous incarnation?)

since then i have not been able to boot it up - screen backlight comes on and stays on, but it wont do anything else.

i also cannot seem to be able to get it into recovery with the back/power key combination whatever i try with the power and USB leads. :(

anyone know any other tricks?

Nx


fixed with this key combination found in a another post:

hold back key
plug power
plug usb
press power key
release back key

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I assume it doesn't go straight from VegaComb to VegaBean?

If not, is there an Update.zip method for VegaCream please?

Edited by Nighthawk4, 26 August 2012 - 08:36 AM.

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skype fc by a videocall.

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Great work. Location by network now works!

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Hi guys, just downloaded VegaBean and I'm glad I read the comments above cause i was just about to try it over my current VegaComb 3.2.
Has anyone found a sure way of installing this without actually have to go through the whole stock modded re-installs ?
thanks.

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just install vegacream via NVFLASH, then setup wifi and d/l vegabean using the default browser. move it to /sd then boot into recovery (longpress power) and then you can install vegabean from there - just worked for me!

Hi guys, just downloaded VegaBean and I'm glad I read the comments above cause i was just about to try it over my current VegaComb 3.2.
Has anyone found a sure way of installing this without actually have to go through the whole stock modded re-installs ?
thanks.


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