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Hello there! I'm posting here LewaOS4BladeIII for you.
#Working:
everything.
#Changes
* Cleaned from chinese apps and google apps has been added.
#Download
http://d-h.st/v5P << package is flashable via CWM
#Attention
Do not flash any packages from official lewaos.com

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Edited by x6itru, 14 March 2013 - 06:10 PM.

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Yeah, that's a no go. It's the V889D one that you want. ;)

It should at least boot. No idea if telephony will work (it's dual SIM variant).

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Ok thanks, i will try to make it usable today. I will post my results later.

Edited by x6itru, 21 February 2013 - 06:44 AM.

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I downloaded it and I'd be careful with flashing it.

It includes bunch of stuff that you shouldn't be flashing with ClockWorkMod. I'd suggest removing everything but what goes to system and boot partitions from the zip first. Those you can safely backup and restore using CWM. IIRC there was also some privacy issues with LeWa.

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of course i know it :P i've flashed it in the morning ( with kernel from Aurora Borealis ofc), For now it stays on bootloop :), but now im home so i will try to do something.
#4Peoples#I do NOT recommend to flash it without changes! I think it can cause hard brick :P (It flashing bootloader file? EMMCBOOT.mbn)#

Edited by x6itru, 21 February 2013 - 05:09 PM.

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well, it should not, i flash it without changes, and it is bricked, black screen, dont boot, led flash dont light dead

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It boots fine with the kernel that it comes with. Aurora Borealis' kernel is only for stock based ROMs, LeWa is AOSP based (or CyanogenMod or CAF, who knows - it's not open source).

I tested it earlier and it works ok. Even telephony works after you change persist.dsds.enabled to false in build.prop. Language can also be defaulted to english in build.prop.

ADB didn't work which is a major drawback for me. Only thing that really was really interesting was that it had working FM radio with RDS support. In general it's exactly like chinese custom ROMs usually are, not really my cup of tea.

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ok so last question to you, if i will flash corrupted or incorrect boot.img it will hard brick my device? For now im a bit afraid of flashing my own kernels and kernels from others phones ( ofc with the same hardware like V889D ).
For now im just starting to learn how to build my own roms, how it works etc.

Edited by x6itru, 21 February 2013 - 08:33 PM.

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No, you can't brick your device flashing wrong boot.img. It just doesn't boot. It actually quite difficult to really 'brick' any device beyond repair. You can safely flash pretty much anything to boot/system/data partitions, you'll still have ClockWorkMod on your recovery partition to fall back to if your device doesn't boot. Just flash partitions that CWM can backup and restore.

Couple of screenies from LeWa.
Attached File  Screenshot_2013-02-21-23-08-17.png   429.84KB   70 downloads Attached File  Screenshot_2013-02-21-23-08-55.png   46.67KB   86 downloads

And couple of screenshots of something completely different. ;)
Attached File  screenshot2.png   537.02KB   106 downloads Attached File  screenshot.png   78.53KB   104 downloads

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Thanks, omg its pretty!! Do you will share it? Its fully working? ( Firefox OS) btw im testing now LewyOS and its really fast, i will check benchmarks too..

Edited by x6itru, 21 February 2013 - 09:30 PM.

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Yeah, I'll share it when it's good enough to share. I just did that first build and there's still few issues. Firefox OS in general is still very unmature and it won't be ready for daily use in a long time.

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Hey Konstat firstly thanks for your hard work and contribution to our device hope to see cm10.1 hopefully (no rush) My Question is just to simply ask you if miui will be available for this phone. I know this is of topic but I just had to ask no pressure or anything

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I think you can flash miui from V889D and it should work :D
@@BTW LewyOS is really fast and nice, but not usefull for me because its not fully translated to english :(

Edited by x6itru, 21 February 2013 - 10:03 PM.

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How to install LEWA OS, any guide?

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Just flash my package from topic on another forum http://forum.android...lu-miui-270787/ or i can post it for you in english but tomorrow.


@@ First post updated. :)

Edited by x6itru, 14 March 2013 - 06:07 PM.

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Nice, chinese roms are realy uniqe, too bad that we dont gonna taste some miui rom, anyway, I wondered how to aplie some theme on lewa rom

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Good job! Want MIUI too :)

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hmmm..after install lewa disappears the android green...the screen say lewa and then continue...how can i del that screen???

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hmmm..after install lewa disappears the android green...the screen say lewa and then continue...how can i del that screen???

just flash another splash image, http://www.modaco.co...splash-flasher/

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I saw on this site http://miui.su/download?query=ZTE MIUI for ZTE N880E, is this model similar to the ZTE Blade III, and whether it can be ported to BLADE III?

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