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  1. 5 points
    Disclaimer I'm am not responsible for bricked devices, flashing custom ROM's/Recovery's is done so at YOUR OWN RISK! Download lineage-14.1-20180620-UNOFFICIAL-p839v55.zip Installation I recommend doing a full wipe before flashing! Flash ROM using TWRP Flash GAPPS 7.1 arm package of your choice Reboot & wait for Android to boot For root access flash the addonsu-14.1-arm-signed.zip available from https://download.lineageos.org/extras Version Information Status Beta ROM OS 7.1.2 Nougat ROM Kernel 3.10.107 Created 2017-11-15 Updated 2018-06-20 Thanks goes out to @wbrambley for his involvement in testing & helping to solve / fix bugs!
  2. 4 points
    Disclaimer I'm am not responsible for bricked devices, flashing custom ROM's/Recovery's is done so at YOUR OWN RISK! Information This is a standard Lineage build without any extras & compiled with stock SU6 6.0.1 kernel Download http://www.mediafire.com/file/n55eth5yidbos5c/lineage-13.0-20171007-UNOFFICIAL-p839v55.zip Installation I recommend doing a full wipe before flashing! Flash ROM using TWRP Flash GAPPS 6.0 arm package of your choice Reboot & wait for Android to boot Please note that if you wish to have root access you will have to install SuperSU systemless! Version Information Status Beta ROM OS 6.0.1 Marshmallow ROM Kernel 3.10.49 Created 2017-08-24 Updated 2017-10-07 Thanks goes out to @wbrambley for his involvement in testing & helping to solve / fix bugs!
  3. 4 points
    Finally fixed camera :-) - fixed focusing - color spots - distortions - quality Like see one the screen after and before - the same distance from the wall ... Fixed files soon
  4. 3 points
    OctOS KitKat for Huawei Y300/G330/G510 Excellent CM-based CAF ROM A lot of customization in QuickSettings panel > Tentacals Lovers of Dirty Unicorns 8.2 will also love this ROM Installation instructions . Format (System will be formated by flashing) Data, Cache & Dalvik/ART Cache (factory reset) . Install ROM . Install OpenGApps (if required) or flash odexed OpenGapps nano addon . Reboot FLASHABLE ROM Download Links . . . MEGA.NZ folder (~200 MB) or mirror at AFH folder, OpenGapps . . . official releases Other Links OctOS G+ community - https://plus.google.com/communities/102188586220747781076/stream/5abec31e-4edd-4909-9758-89d091156b5a Github - https://github.com/Team-OctOS/platform_manifest/tree/kk-4.4 Huawei Device tree - https://github.com/adeii/OctOS_manifest/tree/kk-4.4 (to be updated, with patches) Credits/Thanks to chil360, at the first, developer who made whole device tree, kernal and SlimKat-Y300 Team OctOS ContributorsadeiiROM OS Version: 4.4.4 KitKatROM Kernel: Linux 3.4.xBased On: CM 11
  5. 3 points
    This article has been moved to the next link: http://www.modaco.com/forums/topic/380274-tool-adb-and-fastboot-interface-by-maxim123-v11103012018/
  6. 3 points
    AICP Android Ice Cold Project AICP is known by everyone as Ice Cold Project that started on Desire HD and since then evolved into a mature ROM with the BEST community you can find!!! Until Lollipop, Rom has always been AOKP based. Unfortunately, since AOKP either stopped development or will make a comeback later this year, we changed our base to CM when it comes to hardware, drivers and some features. There are RANDOM bugs. This rom isn't CM supported so no need to report errors or bugs to them!! ScReeNShoTs (10 pics) download from MEGA.nz (Y300, G510 , G330) About: - Every thing should works, but FM (no FM on CyanogenMod 11 for now, unless this commit) - Switched internal/external SDcard works for explorers, at least. - Fine system, sometimes touchpad freezes. UPDATE: - new u8833 build has working FM and signature spoofing!
  7. 2 points
    Nomu T18 the most Professional Rugged smartphone. Main Features: IP68 + MIL-STD-810G Walkie – Talkie External Camera Fingerprint Unlock pure Android 7.0 5200mAH battery NFC 5G Wifi 3GB RAM + 32GB ROM ( 32GB SD card Option ) the Picture taken from nomu.hk for supporting the post As a specialized manufacturer for rugged phones for nearly 10 years, the only thing that NOMU wants to do is to provide customers more choices when they choose and decide to buy a rugged phone. Towards that goal, the company has released models like Nomu T10, S10, S10 pro, S20, S30, and S30 Mini. The company claims Nomu T18 will be the most professional rugged smartphone to date, featuring a removable camera and supporting the Walkie-Talkie function on hardware. Stay tuned for more update.
  8. 2 points
    New build up https://www.mediafire.com/file/l0x80zppjc1bxl8/lineage-14.1-20171124_055430-UNOFFICIAL-p839v55.zip Fix tethering Possible fix for in-call sound echo OoenGL updated to 3.2 - thanks to @wbrambley Anyone still having issues with camera please capture a log & upload to a file sharing site, then paste the link to it in here
  9. 2 points
    I think everyone has such impression on NOMU S10 Pro if they have used the phone --- super waterproof, super loud speaker, fast and precise motion control, large storage capacity, just like the guy said in the video Such features are all so important for a phone. By the way, its speaker is really nice, the voice is very loud and clear.
  10. 2 points
    The sensor issue I hope to have fixed in the near future, as for root Lineage doesn't have built in root access but root can be obtained by installing SuperSU systemless root.
  11. 2 points
  12. 2 points
    Hi Adeii, i build this kernel https://github.com/weritos666/3.4.x_i6/tree/lineageos Kernel not overclocked, test version for OctOS one-sim http://sendfile.su/1351740
  13. 2 points
    I have had this problem for the past week. not much information on this except from this forum. I am not amused by Tesco doing this, basically bricking our Hudls without any kind of notification on what they planned to do. I have sent this message to Tesco. "Why has Tesco appear to have prevented factory reinstalled hudls from working when i felt my tablet was running slow i did a factory reinstall? I cannot get past the tesco update page so i can use my tablet as normal, i have had this problem for over a week now. I believe you(Tesco) have damaged a item i paid for and belongs to me. Please either sort this problem out asap or give me full refund of £99 (what i paid when i bought the hudl) so i can purchase a item that will not be destroyed by the manufacturer."
  14. 2 points
    Hello guys .. I finally rebuilt camera.gmin.so with KonstanT source ! But still problems wirh picture quiality ... I attached source and prebuilt lib for test . I need help to fix that ... Source_prebuilts_for_camera camera.gmin.7z Source_vendor_camera3hal.tar.bz2
  15. 2 points
    please reupload the zip files.... 0mb file downloaded to me... i need zipsigner v1.1. please upload it asap
  16. 1 point
    Almost no diff, same perf, same little bugs, same kernel. AICP has few features more and less stable, I guess, but less in "hardware buttons". You can not use SmartLauncher Pro in AICP, I got reboot and bootloop. But wifi upload reboot above 500 kB, not only at 65 kB. And "Volume rocker wake" works if you have screenlocker.
  17. 1 point
    I was able to find the cm11 kernel, but I installed it on the slimkat and it's okay https://www.mediafire.com/file/oazgdq17v2owd4p/Synopsis Kernel Cm11 11-07.zip
  18. 1 point
    Thanks for LINK, i am booted LineageOS and working well :)
  19. 1 point
    I have seen that some ZTE phones and modems were unlocked changing some files on the EFS. But i didnt found a EFS folder. Investigating, with the QPST (A few Qualcomm tools that are downloadeable by anyone), we can access the EFS of the ZTE KIS P752E. It can be unlocked this way?
  20. 1 point
    Install Wipe Data Factory Reset Wipe Dalvik and Cache Install Zip from SD Reboot Ready Gapps Included Rom: https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B-byFAeXoLcRQnVScmVEMmR0emc/edit?usp=docslist_api Rome has the full UI of stock Android over 5.0. Complete animations. In Apps animations and UI were taken. Animations butter soft. Special features: Density setting, four color accents in the system UI auto-start option Developers Engineermode in both SD Card Battery Icon Mod Clock and Date Mod Ram Bar Recent Apps Recent Apps is not on the Softkeys. The App MiPop have a Button on Screen to change to recent Apps Home and Back. Google Apps Partly 5.0 UI and animation I have Change the modem.img for Sim Working Quelle: http://tieba.baidu.com/p/3464911667 Screenshots
  21. 1 point
    Xiaomi might be most famous for their Mi range of phones and the MIUI user interface that sits on them, but they also have a number of other products on sale. We've previously raved about the Piston headphones and now we've got our hands on the Xiao Yi 'small ants' Smart camera, a home IP camera that's available for import for just £20 (and that's for the deluxe model!). Is this another Xiaomi triumph or a bargain too far? Read on to find out! Where to buy Two models of the camera are available, with and without IR night vision, but to be honest, you should probably go for the better version, which is what I have here. The camera is available from a host of sellers on AliExpress (where this one was purchased), but is also available from the GearBest EU warehouse, priced at £21.67 including delivery. Hardware In the beautifully presented box you'll find the camera, a 2m white microUSB cable and a 1A mains charger (with US charging pins - an adaptor was provided by my seller), although the device never pulls more than 0.5A even when the IR LEDs are illuminated (it'd probably run well from a battery bank if needed). The camera is mounted such that the (rubberised) base can be used as a stand or as a wall mount. The camera itself has a speaker, microphone, microSD slot for local video storage and (on the night vision version) 8 x 940nm (invisible to humans and pets) IR LEDs around the 1280x720, F2.0, with 111° all-glass wide-angle lens (92.7° horizontal, 48.7° vertical coverage). A reset hole can be found on the back to restore the device to factory defaults. The camera runs on the Hi3518 chipset and supports adaptive rate streaming. Installation Setting up the camera is surprisingly easy. Simply... sign up for a Xiaomi account (this allows you to sync your camera setup easily between devices)download and install the Android app from this linklaunch the application and step through the wizard - select the QR code optionenter your WiFi credentials and a QR code will be createdinsert the microUSB cable into the camerawhen you hear a voice prompt from the camera (in Chinese), hold your phone with the QR code in front the camera until it beeps - the flashing blue LED will become solidthat's it - you're set upPretty simple eh? The first time you connect you will likely be prompted to update the firmware on the camera, this is a quick and automated process. Software As linked above, the camera application is a manual APK install and isn't available from the Play Store. It's not a big issue though as the application self-updates, so you will always have the latest version. Although the application does have a smattering of Chinese, everywhere that matters, the content is in English. It's completely usable - and it's actually a pretty cool app. Features include... support for multiple camerasphoto and video album for saved contentbuilt in storehelp and feedback pagedata usage loggingmanual update checkinghardware decoding togglepush message loglive view over local wifi or mobile data with full screen view and pinch-zoomsnapshot and video recordingtwo way audioscrollable event timelinecamera name configurationcamera status light togglecamera wifi settingscamera firmware updatecamera PIN protectionmotion alert toggle, alert schedule and settingsmicroSD configurationAs you can see, it's a pretty fully featured app, but it still remains intuitive and easy to use. The only notable omissions for me are detection zone configuration for the motion detection, the ability to configure a time zone and an option to disable the IR LEDS - the fact this is missing means it's not possible to use the camera at night in front of a window, due to reflections. In use Watching the video stream at home and remotely Watching video from the camera is very easy, provided you are on your phone. The application supports SD, HD and Automatic stream qualities either in a window or in landscape full screen mode. When viewing the stream, date, time and data rate are displayed. Below the screen sits a timeline, which has motion events indicated by coloured bars. You can scroll the timeline to view those events. From the stream view you can record video (locally), take a still image (locally), enable / disable sound and even press a microphone button to talk to the remote location using the speaker built in to the device. It all works very well. If you are NOT on your phone, things are more tricky - there is no PC based viewer, unless you use the hacks below to enable the RTSP stream. If you do enable RTSP, they are unsecured, so you probably don't want to expose these outside of your home network! I connect to the camera using RTSP from VLC and it works fine - for viewing outside of my home network and not on my phone, I have my router set up to receive VPN connections, which effectively puts me onto the internal home network. Not an ideal solution however. Because of the wide angle of view, the image does have some 'fish eye' affect at the edges - I wonder if this could / should be removed in software. It's not a huge problem though. Receiving motion detection alerts The camera has motion detection software built in - when enabled, a motion event will trigger recording to the microSD card inserted into the device (not supplied). It will also trigger a push alert to your mobile device (the popup appears in Chinese, but that does't really matter). You can then launch the app, watch the motion event footage remotely, and even 'record it' to your local device if required. This isn't necessarily an ideal solution if you want to use the camera for home security purposes of course, as if someone steals the camera, they have then stolen the footage too. If you have a Xiaomi router in your home, you can use that as remote NAS storage for the camera, mitigating that problem a little (and hey, Xiaomi routers are super-cheap too). Night vision The 8 IR LEDs on the camera are arrange in a circular layout around the camera in such a way as to distribute light across the whole viewable area. The net result? They work very well (with the aforementioned caveat that it's unfortunate you can't turn them off if needed). The switching process is completely automatic and in my experience so far, the software seems to get the cut-over point just right. Time zone issues Out of the box the camera is configured to the Beijing time zone and there is no option to change this in the software. A bit annoying! Instead you need to use the hack below to specify an alternate time zone, as a differential to the default. A bit of a nuisance, but at least you can change it. Until you do, the app gets very confused scrolling through the motion detection timeline. Hacking Strangely, there were some features in early versions of the camera firmware that didn't make it to the latest releases - HTTP access (including browser access to the SD card), RTSP streams, telnet access to the underlying Linux OS and FTP access. There's also that one major missing feature - the ability to set the timezone. Thankfully, you can hack all these features back in, really easily! The process is simply... Download the archive from RobinHennigesExtract the archiveEdit the equip_test.sh file to set the current software version and your preferred timezoneCopy the contents to a microSDUnplug the cameraInsert the microSDConnect the camera (it will boot using the scripts on the SD card)And that's it! You'll now have RTSP streams at the following URLs... rtsp://<ipaddr>:554/ch0_0.h264 [HD] rtsp://<ipaddr>:554/ch0_1.h264 [SD] ...as well as telnet and FTP access with the credentials root / 1234qwer (the password can be changed using the passwd command). With a cron script on a server hooking up to the camera via FTP, this could provide an alternative method for storing video away from the microSD card. Pros and cons We like... Super-cheapBetter looking than most IP camerasGood performanceHackableRegular software updates (par for the course from Xiaomi happily)We don't like... It'd be nice to lose the last few remaining bits of Chinese from the companion appIt shouldn't be necessary to hack the device to put features back (especially RTSP)No way to password protect RTSP streams (e.g. for use with Tinycam for example)Verdict The Xiao Yi 'small ants' camera is a great little camera. It's probably not going to be the center-piece of an advanced home security system, but for keeping an eye on things when you're not in the same room / house, it works well. It would be harder to recommend were it more pricey due to its few quirks, but at £20 it's a positive steal. Add in the fact that it's also a rather nice looking piece of tech and it's a great buy. Recommended.
  22. 1 point
    This is my build of Koush's ClockWorkMod Recovery This recovery is common to all ZTE devices with board name atlas40 (e.g. ZTE Blade III, ZTE Acqua, V889D, V880E etc). recovery-clockwork- (CWM/TWRP flashable) http://konstakang.com/devices/atlas40/CWM md5:8240530c5e891f7a6f52bb7ac5c23663 recovery-cwm6049-atlas40.img http://konstakang.com/devices/atlas40/CWM md5:e3e94f9e993f7be0f4193e83f4dc9338 This recovery is fully working with goodies such as repeatable keys and adb sideload support. Use volume keys to navigate menus and power button to select. Do not use this recovery to flash official updates from ZTE website! You need to repack them for ClockWorkMod or use the stock recovery to install. How to make clean ROM dump/backup of your device (before you root or install cwm): (recommended) 1. download ZTE USB drivers 2. download and install Android SDK tools and platform-tools to get adb and fastboot 3. download recovery-cwm60xx-atlas40.img recovery image 4. create a new directory somewhere and copy adb.exe, fastboot.exe and recovery-cwm60xx-atlas40.img into it 5. plug in your device via USB cable and install drivers (make sure you've enabled USB debugging on your device) 6. change into the directory you've created and execute following commands in terminal window (boots into recovery instead of flashing it) adb reboot bootloader fastboot boot recovery-cwm60xx-atlas40.img 7. select backup & restore -> backup (Seriously, always backup your device before you install anything!) How to install ClockWorkMod Recovery (windows): 1. download ZTE USB drivers 2. download and install Android SDK tools and platform-tools to get adb and fastboot 3. download recovery-cwm60xx-atlas40.img recovery image 4. create a new directory somewhere and copy adb.exe, fastboot.exe and recovery-cwm60xx-atlas40.img into it 5. plug in your device via USB cable and install drivers (make sure you've enabled USB debugging on your device) 6. change into the directory you've created and execute following commands in terminal window adb reboot bootloader fastboot flash recovery recovery-cwm60xx-atlas40.img fastboot reboot 7. congratulations, you have installed cwm on to your device 8. boot into ClockWorkMod by pressing volume up (or down) while powering on or using 'adb reboot recovery' 9. select backup & restore -> backup (Seriously, always backup your device before you install anything!) How to root your device via recovery: 1. download root app of your choice (ChainsDD's Superuser, Koush's Superuser, Chainfire's SuperSU) and save it to your sdcard 2. follow instructions on how to install/boot ClockWorkMod recovery 3. install zip from sdcard -> choose zip from sdcard -> root-app-of-your-choice.zip If you have already gained root access with some other root method, you can flash recovery using Terminal Emulator: 1. copy recovery-cwm60xx-atlas40.img to the root of your phone's sdcard 2. execute following commands in terminal emulator su dd if=/sdcard/recovery-cwm60xx-atlas40.img of=/dev/block/mmcblk0p17 How to restore stock recovery: 1. Follow instructions in ZTE Blade III stock ROMs thread Sources for the recovery are available in my github. You can compile it yourself using CM11 source tree. Like my work? Donation Hall of Fame
  23. 1 point
    Let's get some custom ROM tweaking going on for our 8s! :) Together with my own MoDaCo Custom ROM for the Honor 8, I've created a custom ROM starter template for anyone who wants to have a go. It's a bit different. Basically, this ROM template will let you create your own custom ROM VERY easily. Easier than ever before. All you have to do is... download my ROM template zip make the changes to the system of your phone just as you'd like them for your custom ROM run some commands on your device via ADB add the resulting files to the template zip That's it! No messing around with install scripts, no rebuilding anything complex, just mod - and go! ;-) Preparation ONLY if you are completing the process for the first time, you need to set up a file on your microSD card - so launch an ADB shell and type the following commands... touch /sdcard/exclude echo app > /sdcard/exclude echo priv-app >> /sdcard/exclude echo delapp >> /sdcard/exclude ROM build Once you have your system up and running how you want it, and you're ready to distribute it (just the system and cust dirs mind, it won't pull the data dir, so your personal data is safe), reboot to recovery, launch an ADB shell and type the following commands: mount /system tar -X /sdcard/exclude -zcvpf /sdcard/system.therest.tar.gz /system/ tar -zcvpf /sdcard/system.apps.tar.gz /system/app /system/priv-app /system/delapp mount /cust tar -zcvpf /sdcard/cust.tar.gz /cust You'll then end up with 3 new files on your SD card - system.apps.tar.gz (which is apps and priv-apps from system), system.therest.tar.gz (which, as the name suggests, is the rest of the system partition!) and cust.tar.gz with is the cust partition contents. Update the template zip with these 3 files and that's it. It's ready to distribute for people to flash via TWRP! If you have updated the boot image, you'll need to replace that too, the easiest way is to do a TWRP backup then pull that file from the SD card and drop it into the template zip as boot.img. That's really it! I hope this inspires a few people to start playing around with custom ROMs for the 8... more cool things coming soon! :) Oh and the all important template file... DOWNLOAD - r1-customromtemplate-honor-8-frdl09-frd-b101.zip [ROMRAID] MD5: d08ae99f09aebb256905e277706eebb8 P
  24. 1 point
    Here's the manual instructions: First you need root Then you need to edit the file called vold.emmc.fstab in the \system\etc folder The 2 lines beginning # are commented out and are how these lines appear in the stock rom. The 2 lines following them are modified to swap the SD cards. So, using a root file explorer, copy the vold.emmc.fstab file to your sd card, connect the phone to your computer via usb, edit the file in a text editor and copy the edited file back to system/etc #dev_mount emmc /storage/sdcard0 20 /devices/platform/msm_sdcc.3/mmc_host/mmc0 #dev_mount sdcard /storage/sdcard1 auto /devices/platform/msm_sdcc.1/mmc_host dev_mount sdcard /storage/sdcard1 20 /devices/platform/msm_sdcc.3/mmc_host/mmc0 dev_mount emmc /storage/sdcard0 auto /devices/platform/msm_sdcc.1/mmc_host Swapping these cards has another advantage too. I believe the CWM we have atm is looking for .android_secure* on the external card? Which is where it will be if the cards are swapped but not if they are stock. *where apps moved to sd card live.
  25. 1 point
    I dont have this at all. Are you sure it's something within Android and not just your network operator?
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