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    [L-ROM] Tenchi's AOSP-ROM Lollipop Android 5.1.1 for ADAM [WIP]

    This is a build of the latest Android pure AOSP-ROM Lollipop 5.1.1 ROM. This includes USB fixes from ri9000. Pretty much a stock rom without any additions, but is very smooth.

    For more info go here: Home

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

    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:

    AOSP-ROM Lollipop for ADAM:

    download 5.1.1 2015-09-06 CWM ZIP micro sdcard install only

    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

    Open Google Apps download (mini is largest package that can be installed)

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

    Hacker's Keyboard Download APK

    Source download links:

    F-AOSP ROM: download

    Device tree and kernel source: download

    Vendor tree: download

    Tested and working:

    5.1.1
    [2015-09-06]
    -no issues showing all notifications
    -stagefright vulnerability patched
    -reverted to old power off timers for more stable reboot/shutdown
    -prevent dofstrim freeze by skipping /data and /system partitions so it can deep sleep properly
    -increased nominal voltages for stable reboot/shutdown
    -fixed bluetooth file transfer issue
    -boot from sdcard support and CWM zip format now
    -usb audio working
    -hwcomposer hdmi fix
    -PowerHAL for cpu boost on touch and 1GHz battery saving mode
    -mic fix
    -cpu clock reduced to 1.5GHz
    -camera shouldn't prevent sleeping now
    -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
    -Camera app partially working now in picture mode
    -Wifi
    -Bluetooth A2DP
    -GPS

    Not working:
    -internal flash install
    -HW Accelerated video playback
    -deep sleeping causes it not to wake sometimes
    -freezing sometimes (reboot if this happens)
    -sometimes touch screen doesn't respond, just slide power switch and then press side back button
    -Builtin camera app pictures may be inverted and video mode doesn't record properly (other third party camera apps may work like Camera MX)
    -Compass
    -3G

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

    ri9000 for usb fixes

    timduru for HDMI, NVOMX and screen capture fixes

    AOSP-ROM developers for providing Android ROM
    Last edited by tenchi; 11-30-2015 at 11:21 AM. Reason: micro sdcaard only

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    Similar no go to what I had with latest omni. Build appears to boot, though screen remains blank throughout. But with the AOSP ROM my Adam then POWERS DOWN by itself. Result did not change when I did pull/push egl.

    Log <here> ; Dmsg <here> -- both taken some 20 seconds before the power down. There never was any /proc/last_kmsg.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikus View Post
    Similar no go to what I had with latest omni. Build appears to boot, though screen remains blank throughout. But with the AOSP ROM my Adam then POWERS DOWN by itself. Result did not change when I did pull/push egl.

    Log <here> ; Dmsg <here> -- both taken some 20 seconds before the power down. There never was any /proc/last_kmsg.
    I noticed you are using micro sdcard boot, in this case you need to align start of each partition to a multiple if 131072 otherwise it will not boot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tenchi View Post
    I noticed you are using micro sdcard boot, in this case you need to align start of each partition to a multiple if 131072 otherwise it will not boot.
    Thank you -- I repartitioned the sdcard so that each partition started on a 131072 multiple -- and now this AOSP ROM boots.

    I did notice that hardware video acceleration is not working. [Also - there are no software buttons at the bottom of the screen, so I have to rely on the capacitative buttons in the Adam's bezel.]

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikus View Post
    Thank you -- I repartitioned the sdcard so that each partition started on a 131072 multiple -- and now this AOSP ROM boots.

    I did notice that hardware video acceleration is not working. [Also - there are no software buttons at the bottom of the screen, so I have to rely on the capacitative buttons in the Adam's bezel.]
    Glad that wirked for you. Yes never did figure out how to fix hw video acceleration for aosp roms... As for nav buttons I have disabled it in most roms for more screen space.

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    Hi, Tenchi! I wanted to try this one out, but I have tried flashing three times now from Clockworkmod, and it gets stuck on the boot screen with the four colored balls. I have both tried to flash with and without installing SuperSU and the Google apps. Oh, another thing: You mean that it should be booted first to install a third party keyboard first, and then have the Google apps installed, right? That's the only way I can get a keyboard in before GApps, I couldn't find any keyboards with a zip that can be installed rom CWM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mastiff View Post
    Hi, Tenchi! I wanted to try this one out, but I have tried flashing three times now from Clockworkmod, and it gets stuck on the boot screen with the four colored balls. I have both tried to flash with and without installing SuperSU and the Google apps. Oh, another thing: You mean that it should be booted first to install a third party keyboard first, and then have the Google apps installed, right? That's the only way I can get a keyboard in before GApps, I couldn't find any keyboards with a zip that can be installed rom CWM.

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    Try typing this using adb:
    adb pull /system/lib/egl egl
    adb push egl /system/lib/egl/

    Or if you are using micro sdcard install try aligning start of partitions to multiple of 131072.

    Try hackers keyboard apk, installed using "adb install apk" or from browser link, should be installed before google apps install.
    Last edited by tenchi; 11-27-2015 at 09:35 PM.

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    Thanks, but it is still stuck on the Google rings. Actually both of the Adams I have tried it on are stuck in the same way. They are different production series too.

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    Oh, sorry. I installed to main memory.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mastiff View Post
    Oh, sorry. I installed to main memory.

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    Did you reboot after adb pull/push?

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