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Old February 25th, 2012, 12:32 PM   #101 (permalink)
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[GUIDE][LINUX][MIUI] MIUI PatchROM -- BUILD YOUR OWN MIUI ROM - xda-developers

This is the thread for bulding your own miui rom.

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[url= MIUI PatchROM -- BUILD YOUR OWN MIUI ROM - xda-developers[/url]

This is the thread for bulding your own miui rom.
that thread doesn't exactly bring to mind thoughts of easily porting my girlfriend's breakout.

the translated tutorial is interesting though lol

Don't take that wrong, its just that the thread is 13 pages of error codes and an instruction manual of mostly good stuff that is completely jarbbled up by the poor translation. I did not see one person proclaiming to have actually ported a phone.

I am going to try to work on it.. I was looking for a good starting point and tutorial to make a port.
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i was also going to try just got linux on my computer and gonna try soon
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that thread doesn't exactly bring to mind thoughts of easily porting my girlfriend's breakout.
This tutorial really explains how to make MIUI ROM. If I were to use a tutorial I would choose this one. This is very well explained and not all that complicated even if you do not have the best of programming skills. I'll be borrowing a Linux running platform in 3 days, so I'll look into taking this ROM and making it a MIUI ROM
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I just ment based on the replies of the people working on them. I guess I havnt had that much trouble so far.

Can the 1.0 version of this rom be used? I have seen a lot of back and forth in the thread concerning OTA vs non OTA
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I just ment based on the replies of the people working on them. I guess I havnt had that much trouble so far.

Can the 1.0 version of this rom be used? I have seen a lot of back and forth in the thread concerning OTA vs non OTA
I would start off with the 1.0 ROM, and if everything works from there use the updated 1.1 ROM
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ok so im trying to make it but i dont know what information is supposed to go in the makefile... like the apps that need to be modified and the ones that need to be removed.
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Flashing ROM
1. First you need to clear all cache in CWR
2. Flash Broken Out ROM 1.0
3. Now reboot, pull battery at Splash screen
4. Clear all cache again (may seem redundant but I assure you its not)
5. Flash Broken Out ROM 1.1
6. Reboot
7. Pull battery and officially boot up the device.
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As for the rebooting....this is because as you charged your device to completion the device set a new log information set up. Basically your device cleared the information that it took in from the bootlooping in first boot. If your device is not bootlooping as of right now than it should not do it again, no reason for a re-flashing of this ROM. If this does happen again then a re-flash would be best, but if you are up to it than I would say install a custom bootanimation as another option

PS: I have flashed the device this way have not seen any instance of bootlooping or fatal battery disturbances.

Thanks to mtmichaelson for this great development
Thanks for taking the time to write out these instructions, however as a novice user I still have no idea what to do. What is CWR? How is it different from CWM? Initial instructions say I have to wipe data. How do I do this? Initial instructions say 5.) Go to install zip from sdcard. How do I do this? Your instructions say 5. Flash Broken Out ROM 1.0. How do I do this? Your instructions say I have to pull the battery out as it's restarting and then put it back in and start up normally? is that right?

Sorry if I sound frustrated but it's just maddening that just to get this phone to be functional I have to be an expert in all this hacker terminology.

P.s. yes my phone is rooted
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Thanks for taking the time to write out these instructions, however as a novice user I still have no idea what to do. What is CWR? How is it different from CWM? Initial instructions say I have to wipe data. How do I do this? Initial instructions say 5.) Go to install zip from sdcard. How do I do this? Your instructions say 5. Flash Broken Out ROM 1.0. How do I do this? Your instructions say I have to pull the battery out as it's restarting and then put it back in and start up normally? is that right?

Sorry if I sound frustrated but it's just maddening that just to get this phone to be functional I have to be an expert in all this hacker terminology.

P.s. yes my phone is rooted
1. CWR stands for Clockwork Recovery, which is just another word for CWM.
2. It's an option in the main menu when you reboot in to recovery(power + search)
3. Also obvious once you boot in to Recovery.
4. to flash the ROM (after you say flash zip from sdcard) you just select the .zip file from your sdcard and then say yes you are sure you want to flash it.

It is all actually remarkably simple once you have CWM installed and you boot in to it.
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1. CWR stands for Clockwork Recovery, which is just another word for CWM.
2. It's an option in the main menu when you reboot in to recovery(power + search)
3. Also obvious once you boot in to Recovery.
4. to flash the ROM (after you say flash zip from sdcard) you just select the .zip file from your sdcard and then say yes you are sure you want to flash it.

It is all actually remarkably simple once you have CWM installed and you boot in to it.
Thank You for explaining this out in detail , as I have been absolutely busy with everything. I'll take this post to apologize to all of you who were expecting my Theme to be done a while ago, life just got obstructed by school, career, and plenty else. So please don't be mad

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Channel: #pantechbreakout, I usually like to leave my computer on this site, and if I happen to stop by while you're there I can help. Other than that keep posting for help.
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1. CWR stands for Clockwork Recovery, which is just another word for CWM.
2. It's an option in the main menu when you reboot in to recovery(power + search)
3. Also obvious once you boot in to Recovery.
4. to flash the ROM (after you say flash zip from sdcard) you just select the .zip file from your sdcard and then say yes you are sure you want to flash it.

It is all actually remarkably simple once you have CWM installed and you boot in to it.
Thanks for writing this, but I ran into a problem. I used Rom Manager and clicked "reboot into recovery". Then I backed up my old rom, wiped the cache, wiped the data, and then tried to install the 1.0 rom zip file.

It said "E:signature verification failed". Worse, I think I may have lost my root, which took me an hour an half to figure out how do to using some PDF with instructions including me using command prompt. Is there an easier way to re-root? Also, why did I get this signature verification failed error?

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It sounds like you don't have CWM installed and still have the default recovery.
This thread has the easy method for installing CWM and getting Root - http://androidforums.com/breakout-all-things-root/483081-recovery-root-pantech-breakout-root-cwm-recovery-all-one.html

Follow that and then retry the directions for flashing this ROM.
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I had almost completely lost faith in this phone before this rom came around. Thank you very much! I will definitely keep up with this for as long as development continues. Its very nice to have a rom developer in such a small community.
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This is the best rom ive used. Have you ever thought about porting ICS or cyanogen to the breakout?
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This is the best rom ive used. Have you ever thought about porting ICS or cyanogen to the breakout?
One of our members is working on an ICS port. Help him out by posting what apps you would like to see for the ROM here: Taking app requests for ICS rom.
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ICS Launcher is bloatware, unstable, and contains malware. Included is picture of trojan.

Trojan:AndroidOS/Plankton.A Microsoft had this one tagged, that's funny.
I would recommend removing ICS Launcher for devs and users of this ROM.
I recommend pro launcher as it is lightweight, stable and malware free

Anyways, nice work on the ROM, nice features quick to install and use. Definitely much better than stock. Keep up the good work!
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Ugh!

The ics launcer was only used for the initial boot after installing rom. I am guessing that the trojan rooted my phone then? Any ideas for removing it?
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Been emulating and digging through information on plankton. Not a good thing to have. Discovered first here Plankton More info here PLANKTON.P. I checked official syndicate apps website and downloaded all versions. All contain Plankton Trojan. They are without a doubt a bad group. It appears kaspersky, avast, and supposedly smart guard will remove the infection strictly from the ICS Launcher infected apk.
Checked all through many malware databases to check Scan of ICS Launcher
Smart guard is saying removing the infected application may be enough. Resource Center > Plankton
I haven't found any conclusive information other than to remove the application directly and that the antivirus mentioned will pick it up and ask you to remove the application as well. Been peforming full system scans without any threats thus far, though this trojan is intended to be well hidden. Time will tell, for now I highly recommend that this ROM is reviewed and the threat neutralized. Look at it as a chance to make an upgrade on the launcher

As the developer worked hard on this and he is not to blame. I am quite thankful for all the work done and having a nice ROM on my android. Thank you mtmichaelson
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Links have been pulled. Will update when i get some free time. Sorry for any inconvenience caused to anyone!
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I'm confused. I have Broken out 1.0 installed and have been using ADW launcher, not ICS Launcher. I have always had Lookout, and have installed norton (now removed) and now avast and nothing has found any virus. Is there any way that we could not have the virus? ICS launcher is on my phone, but it is not running, is that why I'm not seeing this problem?
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Just uninstall ics and you'll be all set. Btw norton doesn't remove it at all
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How do you remove ICS launcher? I've only been able to freeze it with titanium backup.
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I'm confused. I have Broken out 1.0 installed and have been using ADW launcher, not ICS Launcher. I have always had Lookout, and have installed norton (now removed) and now avast and nothing has found any virus. Is there any way that we could not have the virus? ICS launcher is on my phone, but it is not running, is that why I'm not seeing this problem?
I couldn't find the files the virus creates either.. Plus I never got the "Android apps" icon it is said to add. Who knows.
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just FYI the "QQ launcher pro" works very well with this ROM. Dare I say almost better than ADW. It has a Miui like apperance and theme chooser funtion. Its worth checking out.
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just FYI the "QQ launcher pro" works very well with this ROM. Dare I say almost better than ADW. It has a Miui like apperance and theme chooser funtion. Its worth checking out.
Thanks basoodler, I'm trying it right now. It works for me quite well, so far no freezing issues or anything like that. I had that with ADW.
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Any idea how long until the links will be working again? I saw they were pulled like a week ago, if not could someone that has already downloaded it dropbox the rom to me or something like that?
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Thanks basoodler, I'm trying it right now. It works for me quite well, so far no freezing issues or anything like that. I had that with ADW.
it actually seems to do a lot better than adw. not sure why.. I think it looks better as well so its a win win

I hate the app drawer with a passion.. but qq allows folders in the drawer which helps organization
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Download link doesn't work man, goes to Dev-Host - The Ultimate Free File Hosting / File Sharing Service
but when you click download, google chrome just says it can't find the page.

Nevermind, it started working.
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Do we WIPE DATA when we flash this over verion 1.0 of the ROM?
( sorry for such a dumb question...)
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Do we WIPE DATA when we flash this over verion 1.0 of the ROM?
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Nope it's all good to just flash!
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do u have to be on 1.0 .or can u run the 1.2 as fresh install .
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do u have to be on 1.0 .or can u run the 1.2 as fresh install .
You can just run 1.2 straight
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I've used the CWM recovery, unroot zip, stock ROM, and root zip. so I could download the updates for my breakout. Had a little trouble getting it to all work out, but in the end it did the job. I downloaded and installed the Custom ROM 1.2 today and it was a very smooth install. Got all my apps loaded with no problems. I originally rooted using zergrush manual root method, yours was alot easier. The Custom ROM is very good and running stable so far. I'm not much on animations, themes, etc. I just want a stable root with little to no bloatware. Cudo's mtmichaelson for all his hard work in getting a nice easy root and custom ROM for the pantech breakout. Thank You for your time and patience in making this possible. I'm a noob with smartphones, this is the first such phone I've had, I got it back in september last year.
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I installed the rom, but I am stuck in the boot loop. I think it may have something to do with the fact that I originally rooted with zergrush and have never been able to properly install Verizon's over the air update. Every time I try I have gotten an error message that Verizon's update file did not have proper permissions to update after the "!" showed about ten percent into the install. Does anyone know where the update.zip file is on the device? Alternatively I see an option to install the update in CWR so does anyone have the file that I can access by installing on my SD card?
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I installed the rom, but I am stuck in the boot loop. I think it may have something to do with the fact that I originally rooted with zergrush and have never been able to properly install Verizon's over the air update. Every time I try I have gotten an error message that Verizon's update file did not have proper permissions to update after the "!" showed about ten percent into the install. Does anyone know where the update.zip file is on the device? Alternatively I see an option to install the update in CWR so does anyone have the file that I can access by installing on my SD card?
You are going to have to flash the pre update zip (added more bandwidth this morning) then reinstall stock recovery then update. Then you can reroot and cwm, then flash broken out.
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You are going to have to flash the pre update zip (added more bandwidth this morning) then reinstall stock recovery then update. Then you can reroot and cwm, then flash broken out.
Step 1 I flashed the StockBreakoutPre.zip - I'm assuming the pre-update zip you referred to.

Step 2 install stock recovery - This is where I'm lost. I assume I am having a misunderstanding with this part because of the similarity of the file names. Could you elaborate on this?

Step 3 profit...errr update reroot cwm flash broken out.
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Step 1 I flashed the StockBreakoutPre.zip - I'm assuming the pre-update zip you referred to.

Step 2 install stock recovery - This is where I'm lost. I assume I am having a misunderstanding with this part because of the similarity of the file names. Could you elaborate on this?

Step 3 profit...errr update reroot cwm flash broken out.
There should be an option in the all in one to install stock recovery.
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Old April 7th, 2012, 11:39 AM   #139 (permalink)
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There should be an option in the all in one to install stock recovery.
Ah, so I need to remove CWM. Thank makes sense, and makes me feel dumb for not getting it.
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Old April 7th, 2012, 12:36 PM   #140 (permalink)
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Alright so per the other posts on your Pre-Update patch thread I have:

1. Installed CWM recovery
2. Wipe data / system reset - Should I try wiping the cache partition and Dalvik partition as well?
3. While still in the same boot of CWM I then installed the pre-update rom zip file.
4. Re-booted the phone and went through the initial dialogue screens to enable USB de-bugging for CWM installation
5. Installed Stock recovery
6. Ran updates - and they still failed.
status: Failed update
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Old April 8th, 2012, 05:23 PM   #141 (permalink)
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uhm to your question your going to have to download the dump file for the pantech breakout and reinstall the bloat apps that are under there and then you have to use root explorer to manually change the permissions to actuall system files which you can do with root explorer
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ok this is how i got it because i to rooted and deleted apps but i got it XD
first and fore most go back to your original rom with the deleted bloatware the one you had before you flashed the pre update. next download the system dump file for the pantech breakout on your pc unzip the files and move the whole folder with all the files to your phone onto the sd card next is key make sure it is rooted still, download snappz market then download root explorer next find the dumpfile then navigate to the app folder underneath the dump file folder and find the apps that are missing when you find one long press and hit copy ( have to do one at a time) then hit back button until your out of the sd card navigate to system app (make sure you are out of sd card folder) and hit well basically this
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For me, the easiest way to move apps to /system/app is using Root Explorer:

1. Copy the apk and paste it into /system/app -- you'll need to press the button on the top right that says "Mount R/W".

2. Long-press on the newly pasted apk file and select Permissions.

3. Change the permissions to User: Read - Write, Group: Read, Others: Read

4. When you click Okay, you should see "rw-r--r--" in the fine print under the apk name.

5. Click the Mount R/O button, then reboot
but you dont have to hit mount r/w everytime nor reboot, but after you find every app and copy them to the system folder of the phone, you hit the top right button again and then reboot
make sure you have flashed back to stock recovery and it wouldn't hurt to unroot after all this
it installs like a dream then
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Hey guys, just to give you all a little preview, I am working on an update for broken out! It will add several features including aosp lockscreen, and screenshot option added to the power menu. Got it all running but am tied up on a couple of the details. Hopefully will have it out soon!
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Hey guys, just to give you all a little preview, I am working on an update for broken out! It will add several features including aosp lockscreen, and screenshot option added to the power menu. Got it all running but am tied up on a couple of the details. Hopefully will have it out soon!
Thanks for your hard work mtmichaelson. I'm looking forward to it.
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You should try it out with Qq launcher pro instead of are. At least on 1.2 it benchmarked better and has much less bugs than adw.

May make for a more stable rom
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I've been running the V1.2 ROM for over a week. No bugs, reboots, lockups,etc. this has been a VERY STABLE ROM. Look forward to the next release. Reading the problems some are having with unrooting and update installations. When I unrooted and installed the preupdaterom, I had a recurring problem in that the phone would not unroot properly. Superuser was still active which kept the updates from installing. My work around was to simply install the unroot script multple times consecutively to be sure I was unrooted, then install the preupdate ROM. This allowed me to sucessfully update the phone. Then of course root the phone and install whatever ROM. Don't know if this helps but its what worked for me. Keep up the good work mtmichaelson it is appreciated.
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Cleared cache, dalvik cache, full wipe, restored factory defaults, and installed the lasted rom, 1.2, but after a few restarts, I run into the dreaded bootloop. Wiping cache, dalvik, and fixing permissions doesn't help.

I love this rom, and besides the bootlooping, I absolutely love it.


So, for the boot looping problem after a successful install and a few restarts, anyone have any suggestions for me?
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Cleared cache, dalvik cache, full wipe, restored factory defaults, and installed the lasted rom, 1.2, but after a few restarts, I run into the dreaded bootloop. Wiping cache, dalvik, and fixing permissions doesn't help.

I love this rom, and besides the bootlooping, I absolutely love it.


So, for the boot looping problem after a successful install and a few restarts, anyone have any suggestions for me?
Wish I knew why it works for some and not others. After I install it it runs GREAT, frees up a ton of storage, etc, but after a reboot, back to the bootloop here too..
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