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[MOD] [CM9] Support for PDroid in CyanogenMod 9 for the G300


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is this compatible with ics as someone on market said they aren't upgrading to ics until pdroid is compatible

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...but it's being used for CM9 right here?

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is this compatible with ics as someone on market said they aren't upgrading to ics until pdroid is compatible


So, it's not compatible with ICS, as they say themselves But the fix presented here enables it for use with CM9.

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is this compatible with ics as someone on market said they aren't upgrading to ics until pdroid is compatible


People "on the market" say a lot of things ;) AOSP 4.0.x can be patched for PDroid (v1) support, specifically /system/framework/{core,framework,services}.jar, but if you try to apply either the 'red.zip' or the 'blue.zip' to stock G300 firmware, you're gonna bork it.

Edited by unaszplodrmann, 17 November 2012 - 07:58 PM.

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Install went fine for me. didn't use any setting yet as assassins creed 3 is taking up my time

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Updated for R3

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Stupid question but... What is Pdroid? :P

Never mind, I just looked at it on their play store.

Edited by kyan31, 23 November 2012 - 11:12 PM.

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Updated for R3

Cheers for the update.

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Stupid question but... What is Pdroid? :P

Never mind, I just looked at it on their play store.


Its basically a privacy layer between the OS and apps... A bit like how most humans naturally develop basic inhibitions that prevent us from externalising every thought that pops into ones head.

Edited by unaszplodrmann, 23 November 2012 - 11:25 PM.

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Cheers for the update.


No worries; its no biggy to prep the zips using autopatcher.

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A bit like how most humans naturally develop basic inhibitions that prevent us from externalising every little thought that pops into ones head.

That is the best description of how the app works... ever. ;)

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That is the best description of how the app works... ever. ;)


I only PFacebook existed, too... Zuckerberg would be ruined.

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I only PFacebook existed, too... Zuckerberg would be ruined.

The sad part is that for the masses their timelines would look identical to how they are now.

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So... back to the topic of Pdroid... after I've installed the patch in the first post (thanks for that) on my cm9 r3 setup... is P-droid easy to use for someone who hasn't used it before? or is there a bunch of background info/reading required? (and if so a point in the right direction would be really appreciated)...

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It's quite easy; just a user-friendly interface. Get it from the market and you'll see!

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Yes, it is easy to use and the app is pretty much self-explanatory once you see the options it provides. The means of deployment are less accessible than the application is in use, but the .zips are there to remove that obstacle.

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I've a small bug that comes with this script; it'll need a little introduction though :P

With CM9 R1 came a little bug: the name of the network provider (in my case t-mobile) was not displayed correctly. This was fixed in CM9 R2. After this update I flashed both Link2Int and Pdroid, and it was back. Since it is a minor issue I didn't care to find out which of the two scripts caused it. After updating to CM9 R3, it was again fixed. After flashing Link2Int this didn't came back... By now you'll know where I'm going; after flashing the latest pdroid version it was back.

I do not suffer from it but was just wondering whether this can be easily fixed (in a next release)?

Edited by wouterbeer, 25 November 2012 - 09:50 AM.

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Errrrrm.

Yep, the name of the carrier and the brand differs in my case too and was thus incorrectly displayed in R1. I'm unable to replicate a regression using R3...

Edit: On second thoughts, it actually sounds like you've applied the red.zip for R1 to R3. I'll add the revision number to the file names in future, to reduce the likelihood that someone will do that.

Edited by unaszplodrmann, 25 November 2012 - 12:34 PM.

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