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    [L-ROM]Tenchi's LiquidSmooth-ROM v4.1 Lollipop Android 5.1.1 for ADAM[WIP] 2015-06-15

    This is a build of the latest Android LiquidSmooth-ROM Lollipop 5.1.1 ROM. This includes USB fixes from ri9000. Not too many changes yet, but thought the button customization, Date/Time settings, and close all apps feature were most useful.

    For more info go here: LiquidSmooth.Net - Android Development

    For now it is a nvflash release as there are some issues with building zip file.

    Currently overclocked to 1.5 GHz, to edit PixelQi settings, clock speed, sleep mode and other settings edit /system/etc/adam_preboot.sh

    Install Instructions for Windows NVFLASH package

    1. Download from links below the ROM, any updated boot.img if needed, no google apps download available yet.
    2. Extract nvflash ROM zip file.
    3. To increase system size if installing full Google Apps package (not available yet) just rename the file android_fastboot_full.cfg to android_fastboot_full-650MB-system.cfg and rename android_fastboot_full-800MB-system.cfg to android_fastboot_full.cfg. (5.1.1 has default 924MB system)
    4. Connect Adam via usb to computer.
    5. Set Adam to nvflash recovery mode by holding Volume - and power on.
    6. Goto driver manager in Windows and you should see some APX device, and right click on update the driver for this device.
    7. Set Browse driver to Drivers/Driver32-bit/ and install.
    8. run "fbs.bat" to just install ROM and wait till it finished flashing or run "download.bat" to completely format your Adam internal storage and install complete ROM with ClockWorkMod Recovery.
    9. Reboot Adam while holding Volume + to go into ClockWorkMod recovery.
    10. Wipe data/factory reset. (This will wipe all data from your internal sdcard and the cache).
    11. Install Google apps.zip and SuperSU to root if needed.
    12. Skip to step 16 if you don't need to flash an updated boot.img
    13. Reboot while holding volume - to go into nvflash recovery again.
    14. Copy downloaded boot.img into your nvflash directory or extract boot.img from ROM.zip (if no updated boot image is available).
    15. Run "flashboot.bat boot.img" in command line.
    16. Restart after it is finished flashing and you will boot into your new Kitkat ROM.

    How to install ROM and Google Apps zips from ClockworkMod

    1. Download the zip and ADB and USB drivers ZIP in download section.
    2. Follow "How to install ADB driver" instructions below.
    3. Make sure you have an alternate keyboard pre-installed before installing Google Apps otherwise you will get force closes of AOSP keyboard all the time.
    4. Power on Adam in recovery mode by holding Volume + and toggling power switch.
    5. On PC in command prompt type 'cd "adb directory"'
    6. If you want to install to micro sdcard refer to link for setup details: Booting from sdcard much faster! and Type 'adb shell setprop sdboot 1'.
    7. Type 'adb shell mount -a' ignore the errors (try again if you don't see any error message).
    8. If installing new ROM type adb shell rm -rf /system/* to remove previous ROM files and do Wipe Data/Factory Reset.
    9. Type 'adb push file.zip /external_sd/' (should see files being transferred to microsd).
    10. On Adam use volume keys or middle 2 soft touch keys to navigate up and down to "Install zip".
    11. Press top soft key button to enter selection.
    12. Navigate and enter to /storage/external_sd.
    13. Navigate and enter to your file.zip file.
    14. Navigate and enter to Yes to install, should be no errors.
    15. Reboot your Adam once the transfer is complete.

    How to extract and install Google Apps zip (old package)

    1. Download the Google Apps for Android 5.0 zip and ADB and USB drivers ZIP in download section.
    2. Follow "How to install ADB driver" instructions below.
    2. Extract the Google Apps zip with archive utility like WinZip or WinRAR.
    4. Power on Adam in recovery mode by holding Volume + and toggling power switch.
    5. In command prompt 'cd "adb directory"'
    6. Type 'adb shell mount -a' ignore the errors (try again if you don't see any error message).
    7. Type 'adb push "google apps directory\system" /system' (should see files being transferred).
    8. Reboot your Adam once the transfer is complete.

    How to install ADB driver

    1. Extract the ADB zip with archive utility like WinZip or WinRAR.
    2. Run UniversalAdbDriverSetup6.msi.
    3. Connect Adam to computer via USB.
    4. Right click on "My Computer" in File Explorer.
    5. Click on "Device Manager".
    6. Should see "Notion" with exclamation mark.
    7. Right click on "Notion" and select "Update Driver Software".
    8. Select "Browse my computer for driver software".
    9. Select "Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer".
    10. Select "Android Device" and press Next.
    11. Select "Asus Transformer ADB Interface" and press Next.
    12. Ignore Update Driver Warning and press Yes.
    13. Should now see Android Device\Asus Transformer ADB Interface in devices.

    How to obtain adam logs to report problems

    1. Follow instructions above on How to install ADB driver.
    2. Connect Adam to computer via USB.
    3. Power on Adam with ROM you are having problems with to capture log and do what you did you get the problem.
    4. Launch Windows command prompt and type cd "path to platform-tools".
    5. Type "adb wait-for-device pull /data/aplog".
    6. If you get remote object '/data/aplog/ does not exist' goto step 8.
    7. Type "adb pull /data/dmsg".
    8. Goto step 13 if step 5 and 7 were successful.
    9. Type "adb shell".
    10. Type "cd /data".
    11. Type "logcat -d > aplog".
    12. Type "dmesg > dmsg".
    13. Type "cat /proc/kmsg > kmsg &".
    14. Press CTRL-C to exit shell.
    15. Type "adb pull /data/aplog".
    16. Type "adb pull /data/dmsg".
    17. Type "adb pull /data/kmsg".
    18. You should now have 3 files in your platform-tools directory, aplog, dmsg, and kmsg.
    19. Launch Web browser and goto Pastebin.com - #1 paste tool since 2002!.
    20. Open aplog in wordpad and copy and paste all text to web page and submit.
    21. Create a new message in this thread and paste the URL from pastebin.com of your newly submitted log.
    22. Repeat 19-20 for dmsg and kmsg.

    Download links:

    LiquidSmooth-ROM v4.1 Lollipop 5.1.1 for ADAM:
    download 2015-06-15 ClockworkMod ZIP (internal & sdcard boot)

    download 2015-04-26 NVFLASH

    LiquidSmooth-ROM v4.0 Lollipop 5.0.1 for ADAM:

    download 2014-12-05 NVFLASH

    LiquidSmooth-ROM v4.0 Lollipop 5.0 for ADAM:

    download 2014-11-20 NVFLASH

    SuperSU for root access:
    download

    ClockworkMod 6.0.4.7 Recovery with nvflash (run "flashrecovery.bat recovery.img" in command line):
    download CWM with battery indicator from Borkata and working USB thanks to ri9000

    ADB with USB drivers (usb_driver folder contains older version which will work with ClockworkMod although you need to allow unsigned drivers to install) download

    Download Open Google Apps (mini is largest package that will install internally)

    Download old Google apps (Manually extract and copy /system directory to Adam as cwm install isn't working)

    Source download links:

    LiquidSmooth ROM: download

    Device tree and kernel source: download

    Vendor tree: download

    Tested and working:
    v4.1:
    [2015-06-15]
    -built-in camera app now working (may have inverted image though)

    [2015-04-26]
    -Updated to Android 5.1.1
    -HDMI

    v4.0:
    [2014-12-05]
    -Updated to latest build of Android 5.0.1
    -HW Accelerated video now enabled
    -screen capture now working

    [2014-11-20]
    -lp2 mode sleep disabled by default now to allow for stable usb connection can be re-enabled in /system/etc/adam_preboot.sh if you choose better sleep power usage over usb and comment out keepawake line (only works for some adams)
    Pixel Qi toggle app
    video playback
    Camera app partially working now in picture mode (although still can't snap a picture, other third party camera apps may work)
    Wifi
    Bluetooth A2DP

    Not working:
    -sometimes touch screen doesn't respond, just slide power switch and then press side back button
    -Compass
    -freezing on shutdown and sometimes during sleep on some Adams and after sleeping

    Credits
    Borkata for making such an excellent kernel and CM ports and help with problems

    ri9000 for usb fixes

    timduru for NVOMX and screen capture fixes

    LiquidSmooth-ROM developers for providing Android ROM
    Last edited by tenchi; 06-15-2015 at 04:58 PM. Reason: internal/sdcard-boot CWM zip version update

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    go Tenchi! wow!
    re : -lp2 sleep mode , i've had this disabled in all my bootimages, originally
    i identified it as a contributor to slow wakeup from deep sleep. I didn't twig to the usb connection till recently..anyway with your cm11, Pac and Borkatas cm11, with -lp2 disabled I still get around 1 day standby for approx 30% battery usage.
    As far as I can tell, enabling this option forces deep sleep a little quicker, (and harder to wake up), does it do anything else?
    Last edited by ri9000; 11-20-2014 at 06:43 PM.

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    Borkata you had hdmi working in your cm11.?
    Tenchi whats the hdmi driver? point me to the hdmi-driver code so i know where to start!
    ..sorry my "c" knowledge isn't real good but i'll have a go.
    ..I can compare code changes, or is the bug somewhere in the rom?
    Last edited by ri9000; 11-20-2014 at 07:04 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ri9000 View Post
    go Tenchi! wow!
    re : -lp2 sleep mode , i've had this disabled in all my bootimages, originally
    i identified it as a contributor to slow wakeup from deep sleep. I didn't twig to the usb connection till recently..anyway with your cm11, Pac and Borkatas cm11, with -lp2 disabled I still get around 1 day standby for approx 30% battery usage.
    As far as I can tell, enabling this option forces deep sleep a little quicker, (and harder to wake up), does it do anything else?
    My old adam used to need that setting as lp0 lp1 sleep modes usually freeze it..but my new adam needs wakelock and all other lp modes freeze.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ri9000 View Post
    Borkata you had hdmi working in your cm11.?
    Tenchi whats the hdmi driver? point me to the hdmi-driver code so i know where to start!
    ..sorry my "c" knowledge isn't real good but i'll have a go.
    ..I can compare code changes, or is the bug somewhere in the rom?
    Most likely in the rom as some roms had it working with same kernel. Not really sure where hdmi related code is in android, suppose you could search on the source code on github if you want to give it a try.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ri9000 View Post
    Borkata you had hdmi working in your cm11.?
    Tenchi whats the hdmi driver? point me to the hdmi-driver code so i know where to start!
    ..sorry my "c" knowledge isn't real good but i'll have a go.
    ..I can compare code changes, or is the bug somewhere in the rom?
    I think it was working. It should be something small in Android side and as Tenchi said you can search in the android code - example places are libhardware_legacy, frameworks_av and frameworks_nv.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Borkata View Post
    I think it was working. It should be something small in Android side and as Tenchi said you can search in the android code - example places are libhardware_legacy, frameworks_av and frameworks_nv.
    so kernel/ driver is the same... that gives me a place to start, thanks.
    I used cm11 as a video player for my tv many times.
    Last edited by ri9000; 11-21-2014 at 12:19 AM.

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    installed new liquidsmooth. it runs nicely. it took 3 or 4 reboots before adb worked, seems fine now.
    I installed mxplayer from here: Android 5.0 aka Lollipop - Nightly Version - XDA Forums
    so far even with tegra2 codec, doesn't want to run..

    edit2: after many downloads.. new mxplayer 1_7_32 : use these files,
    videoplayer_ad__1_7_32_direct.apk
    and the new tegra2 codec : ffmpeg_v7_vfpv3d16__1_7_32.apk
    install from pc with : adb install ...
    enable hardware accelleration in settings.
    mp4 videos look good. no hdmi output.
    Last edited by ri9000; 11-21-2014 at 05:28 PM.

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    For me Liquid-v4.0-Lollipop-nvflash_win_lin-adam_3g-2014-11-20.zip is not usable -- I have not found any way to get my desktop to recognize the Adam's usb connection, so I cannot do side-load. [If I boot into the recovery kernel, the Adam's usb connection works fine.]

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    Quote Originally Posted by ri9000 View Post
    installed mplayer ... enable hardware accelleration in settings. mp4 videos look good.
    Cannot install mplayer into liquid_lollipop -- but in aosp_lollipop mxplayer_.72 runs ok. Since mxplayer on lollipop tells me it is __NOT__ using hardware acceleration (when it should), I suspect the "port" of lollipop to the Adam has video problems.

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