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Thread: [N-ROM] Tenchi's Decatf-AOSP ROM Nougat Android 7.x for ADAM [WIP]

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    [N-ROM] Tenchi's Decatf-AOSP ROM Nougat Android 7.1.0_r4 for ADAM [WIP][2016-11-01]

    This is a build of the latest Android AOSP-ROM Nougat 7.0 ROM. This includes USB fixes from ri9000. This is a mostly pure AOSP based ROM with minor customizations like advanced reboot and init.d support. Internal install uses mmcblk0 with three partitions just as in Marshmallow, rather than standard mtdblock, so re-partitioning may be needed if coming from older ROM (see TWRP instructions).

    For more info go here: https://www.android.com/intl/en_ca/versions/nougat-7-0/

    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/SuperSU/Google Apps zips from twrp

    0. Repartitioning may be needed first if coming from older ROM not using 3 partition scheme see: New TWRP Recovery
    1. Download zip file and transfer to micro sdcard.
    2. Power on Adam in recovery mode by holding Volume + and toggling power switch.
    3. If installing ROM to micro sd card, type "setprop sdboot 1" in Advanced - Terminal Command.
    4. Click Install.
    5. Click Folders - (Up A Level).
    6. Click Folders - external_sd.
    8. Select zip to flash.
    9. Swipe your finger across area "Swipe to Confirm Flash".

    How to install adb drivers on Windows

    1. Download and extract adb usb drivers.
    2. Power up Adam into recovery or regular boot mode.
    3. Connect USB cable from Adam to PC.
    4. On PC launch File Explorer.
    5. Right click on This PC or My Computer depending on Windows version you have installed and click on Properties.
    6. Click on Device Manager.
    7. Should see Notion_ink_ADAM or MTP Device, right click on it and select Update Driver Software.
    8. Click on Browse my computer for driver software.
    9. Click on Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer.
    10. Click on Show All Devices and press Next.
    11. Click on Have Disk...
    12. Browse to folder where you extracted adb usb drivers and click OK.
    13. Select Android Composite ADB Interface and click Next.
    14. Click Yes on Update Driver Warning.
    15. Driver should now be installed, click Close.

    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 Marshmallow for ADAM:
    download 7.1.0_r4 2016-11-01 twrp v7 ZIP

    download 7.0.0_r14 2016-10-28 twrp v7 ZIP

    download 7.0.0_r14 2016-10-27 twrp v7 ZIP

    download 7.0.0_r14 2016-10-25 twrp v7 ZIP

    download SuperSU for root access, also install v2.52 afterwards below

    download SuperSU 2.52 install after installing latest version

    download TWRP Recovery

    ADB USB drivers

    ADB Android SDK Tools

    Open Google Apps download (requires new TWRP recovery)

    Open gapps pico 7.0 2016-09-29 known working version

    Hacker's Keyboard Download APK

    Source download links:

    AOSP ROM: download

    Decatf ROM Mods: download

    Device tree, kernel and vendor source: download

    Tested and working:

    [2016-10-28]
    -fix sensor gui restart issue

    [2016-10-27]
    -codec fix for media playback
    -dex pre-optimized system files for faster boot
    -fixed Google Play Services crash

    [2016-10-25]
    -Wifi
    -Bluetooth
    -Pixel Qi toggle
    -USB
    -HDMI

    Not working:
    -HW Accelerated video playback
    -sometimes touch screen doesn't respond, just slide power switch and then press side back button
    -Builtin camera app (other third party camera apps may work like Camera MX)
    -Compass
    -3G
    -boot animation
    -Google Calendar
    -Google Movies does not play videos
    -Chrome > version 49
    -some videos do not play in Youtube (keep resolution at 360p or lower)
    -freezing sometimes

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

    ri9000 for usb fixes

    timduru for Storage, HDMI, NVOMX and screen capture fixes

    Decatf for Nougat, HDMI, Dex, opengl and kernel optimization fixes

    AOSP ROM developers for providing Android ROM
    Last edited by tenchi; 11-13-2016 at 08:23 AM. Reason: 7.1.0_r4

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    codec issue fix

    Seems there is a codec issue, to fix remove the line:
    <Include href="media_codecs_ffmpeg.xml" />
    from the file /system/etc/media_codecs.xml.

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    Great work! looking forward to testing.

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    New ROM update on front page:
    -codec fix for media playback
    -dex pre-optimized system files for faster boot
    -fixed Google Play Services crash

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    Another new ROM Update on front page:
    -fix sensor gui restart issue
    -added link to known working open gapps

    Hopefully it will be more stable now.

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    7.1.0_r4 now on front page.

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    Hi , could I try to port it on gtablet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ralex View Post
    Hi , could I try to port it on gtablet?
    I don't mind, but I am not the creator of the original ROM and I just ported it unofficially.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tenchi View Post
    I don't mind, but I am not the creator of the original ROM and I just ported it unofficially.

    On which kernel is based this rom?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ralex View Post
    On which kernel is based this rom?
    I am using Borkata's kernel with modifications, see source link on front page. I have also ported Decatf's kernel and am testing to see how it performs.

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