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  1. May I ask or can you please ask them where the ROM is ported from? I can't reply cuz my Rep is too low. Thank you :)
  2. Thank you for your reply and I'm really happy that this helped someone :D . I will be posting the ROMS soon :) . Please take note that flashing these might brick your device :excl: . Even though they're basically the same phones, the original Q1000 and the OHD2.0 (rebranded) have differences and the ROMS I will be posting are for/ported for the OHD2.0. And one more danger is that I have no idea what build number (Build 7/Build 49) should be used for the original Q1000. But the only difference so far in my experience regarding Build 7 and 49 ROMS are their boot.img. So I guess you should extract the boot.img of YOUR phone and replace the one in the ROM with it. Although I am not exactly sure if it would work and THERE WILL STILL BE HAZARDS :excl: . Please "up" my post if it helped you (in this case it did) it really helps me a lot. Thank you :D
  3. ClockworkMod Recovery: SP Flashtool Method: *with (some) Pictures Download the following: a. SP Flashtool - Direct Link: http://goo.gl/6nlbkH (SP_Flash_Tool_v3.1328.0.183.7z, 3.24 MB) b. MT6589 scatter file - Direct Link: http://goo.gl/OYlHLx (MT6589_Android_scatter_emmc.txt, 523 KB) c. MT6589 Drivers - Direct Link: http://goo.gl/IspeSa (MT6589 drivers.zip, 402.77 KB) d. Recovery Image - Direct Link: http://goo.gl/fgLL40 (recovery_6028.img, 5.85 MB) Extract "MT6589 drivers.zip" Run "install_driver.exe" if you are on a 32bit/x86 OS and "installdrv64.exe" if you are on a 64bit/x64 OS. It is highly recommended to do a system reboot after the driver installation. Extract "SP_Flash_Tool_v3.1328.0.183.7z" Run "Flash_tool.exe". In the program window with the name "Smart Phone Flash Tool (Runtime Trace Mode)" that showed up, click "Scatter-loading" (see: Figure 1.1). Figure 1: In the pop up explorer window showed up, navigate to the "MT6589_Android_scatter_emmc.txt" file. Select it and click "Open" (see: Figure 1.2). Figure 1.2: The table in the program window will be filled up. Tick the box for "RECOVER" in the "name" column, then click the word itself (See: Figure 1.3). Figure 1.3: On the pop up explorer window, navigate to the "recover_6028.img". Select it and click "Open" (see: Figure 1.4). Figure 1.4: On the device, go to Settings > Developer options, and tick the USB debugging box Turn off the device and remove the battery. Connect the device to the PC with a USB Data Cable On the PC, click download and click yes to the warning pop up. Now place back the battery. The program should start downloading the file to the device and finally a pop up windows with a green circle should be seen. Close the program, remove the data cable and remove the battery of the device. Place back the battery in the device and boot to "recovery mode" by pressing "power + volume up". It should boot you to "CWM Recovery v6.0.2.8" Congratulations! You now have a (better) custom recovery! Mobileuncle Tools Method (very easy): Download the following: a. MobileUncle Tools - Play Store Link: http://goo.gl/OncwbY (Mobileuncle MTK Tools, 1.2 MB) b. Recovery Image - Direct Link: http://goo.gl/IspeSa (recovery_6028.img, 5.85 MB) Place the "recovery_6028.img" on the root of your SD Card Launch Mobileuncle Tools and tap "Recovery Update" (see: Figure 2.1) Figure 2.1: tap "recover_6028.img" under "Recovery file in SDCard". If you haven't placed the "recovery_6028.img" on the root of your SDCard at this point, you will not see and be able to do this (see: Figure 2.2). Figure 2.2: Tap "OK" to flash recovery (see: Figure 2.3). Figure 2.3: Now that you have a full featured custom recovery go down below to install custom ROMS.
  4. Rooting: Framaroot Method: Download Framaroot - Direct Link: http://forum.xda-developers.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=2293503&d=1380569629 (Framaroot-1.6.1.apk, 908.2 KB) Forum Thread: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2130276 Copy the apk to your SD Card or Phone Storage Go to Settings > Security, and tick the Unknown sources box Install the apk and launch it Simply tap Boromir and it should tell you to reboot WITHOUT FORCE CLOSING. If it does FC, just do it again and it should eventually work the second time. Reboot! You have now successfully rooted your phone. The next thing to do is to update SuperSU if an update is available.
  5. OMEGA HD 2.0 XOLO Q1000 Device Information: The OMEGA HD 2.0 is a 5" smartphone by the local Philippine mobile phone brand, Cherry Mobile. It is simply a rebranded Xolo Q1000. Its specifications are completely the same as the Q1000 except for the camera resolution. Even though the OHD2 is said to have a 12MP camera it only has an 8MP one which is interpolated to capture a 12MP image. You may also notice that the OHD2 is labelled to have a qHD screen on the brand's website but this is false as the OMEGA HD 2.0 is indeed HD. Specifications: Operating System: Android Jellybean 4.2.1 Chipset: MTK 6589 CPU: 1.2 GHz Quad Core MT6589 GPU: PowerVR SGX544 Memory: 4GB ROM (1GB Internal Memory, 1GB Phone Storage/Internal SD Card, remaining for misc partitions) 1GB RAM Micro-SD card, up to 32GB Display: IPS LCD Capacitive Touchscreen 720 x 1280 pixels, 5.0", ~294ppi 5 point Multitouch Primary Camera: 12.6MP, 4096 x 3072 pixels, Interpolated LED Flash, Autofocus 1080p video recording @ 30fps Secondary Camera: 1.9MP 1600 x 1200 pixels Battery: Li-on 2100 mAh Dual SIM SIM1 - 2G, 3G SIM2 2G only More Information: Because the OHD2 has a Mediatek Chipset it does not have that much freedom for development of custom ROMS because Mediatek does not provide device source codes openly unlike Qualcomm and a few others. Although some source codes have been released for the MTK 6589, there isn't seem to be much interest in developing custom ROMS like Cyanogenmod or AOKP for this phone or any other Mediatek phones. But because a lot of devices share the same Chipset as the OHD2 many have ported ROMS from these devices to this phone. The OHD2 also has 2 build numbers, 49 and 7. These can be found in the "About phone" option in "Settings". The build number is crucial when flashing ROMS because some ROMS cannot support both builds. Next post: Rooting
  6. hmm ok. If this works correctly for my blade I'm gonna go 10.1/4.2 forever :D
  7. I don't want to seem like one of those people who whine for changes and fixes but is there a possibility that you could um... like... I dunno... fix... S2E completely? please... :unsure:
  8. Flashed! *GASP* :o You included Apollo?! :blink: Thank You! Thank You! Thank You! :D Also, thank you for returning the nav bar resize option. :)
  9. Nice job fixing the white texture bug. :) I though it was just my IO scheduler (noop) so I switched to sio but still had the problem. Anyway, why did you disable HW Acceleration on the Lockscreen? :mellow:
  10. well that was unnecessarily offensive. I just ASKED for a simple (or so it seems) fix that's all, but yeah I already reverted back to CM10 (cont. by daemond) and still suffer the same issues. Why do these new ROMS not feature nav bar resizing, why? :(
  11. Did you actually "use" the app or did you just install it and expect it to run scripts automatically? If not and since you're asking for [HELP], do this. 1.) Acquire root access 2.) Install CWM Recovery I recommend this by KonstaT: recovery-clockwork-6.0.2.7-blade-sideload.zip http://www.mediafire...6vh3i8c6cfk3q15 md5:e409ec9fe6267394ee272748bb1c2031 recovery.img md5:6e0623a388d2229f8dcc66817337fa92 3.) Boot your phone to recovery mode by a) Reboot to recovery option via power button B) Turn off phone, press POWER button and DOWN (-) VOLUME key 4.) :excl:THE NEXT STEP WIPES YOUR SD CARD SO BEWARE :excl: using the volume keys and home button: advanced>partition sdcard>"recommend a size not more than half the size of your SD card">"0M for disk space and durability, 32M for performance but higher wear and tear (takes up 32M disk space)" mounts and storage>format (/boot,/cache,/data,/sdcard,/system,/sd-ext) "basically format everything mounts and storage>mount USB storage "connect your blade to a PC and copy the CM7.2 and Gapps ZIP files back to the SDcard" (optional) advanced>reboot recovery 5.) Installation install zip from sdcard>choose zip from sdcard>"choose the CM7.2 first, THEN Gapps" then reboot system now 6.) After the account setup at first boot, install S2E the boxes are grayed out yet so go to Settings and check "Mount as ext4 and Set read buffer (optional but works like the '32M swap') reboot 7.) Open the app again and check the all the boxes. a.) Reboot. After startup a message with a loading circle will show saying "Android is Upgrading" it's normal because android is rebuilding the dalvik cache on your new /sd-ext partition b.) Reboot to recovery. advanced>wipe dalvik cache. mounts and storage>format /cache. reboot system now. (for peace of mind) the "Android is Upgrading" message will still show and is normal 8.) (peace of mind) REBOOT! man do I have OCD or what? anyway, you're welcome. ;) Source(s): In the meantime, my brain. ^_^
  12. This. I'm going back to CM10 too. I can't stand the fact that I can't install the mere Facebook app due to low memory. And :blink: it has radio support now.
  13. This ROM is so awesome! Thank you for extending, and heavily enhancing the user experience of this device! ;) I Sir, applaud you to the highest degree! :D I really think you should have an FB page. You deserve it! :) Anyway, I just would like to report a tiny little erm... bug. I can't change the size of the nav bar (20.2 - 4.2.2) that's all. But on you'r previous build (19.1 - 4.2.1) I can. I know it's really pretty small and would probably be fixed in the next update but I just wanted to point it out here that it bugs me to not have that much WVGA screen estate. :unsure:
  14. I know this has been neglected for like 7 month or so but, has anyone tried any of these on a JB rom like KonstaT's final CM10?
  15. Thank you so much! :D It's more than what I wanted actually! Will flash this soon (my school blocks file sharing). :P
  16. Hello! I would just like two acknowledge the guy(s) out there who make Clockworkmod Recoveries specifically/especially you, sir KonstaT where the 'Partition SD Card' option went (or the ones that still have it atleast - 6.0.1.0 and below). Speaking of which, can you please atleast provide links of your CWM 6.0.1.0?
  17. It's not entirely impossible though. some kind hearted/ interested devs may be able to port this to our Blade.
  18. Doesn't work on my Blade. I have KonstaT's CM9 build 31.10 flashed it via CWM 6.0.1.2 (still by KonstaT). Wiped the Dalvik Cache and rebooted the phone. well it didn't boot so, yeah. Your'e Welcome! :P
  19. I don't like the new notification toggles. Is there anyway I can do to return to the Default CM10 ones? Nice 2.5 build by the way ;)
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