[ROM]CM10 - Boost Force[WIP]


  1. junkie2100

    junkie2100 Well-Known Member

    DISCLAIMER: This is a CUSTOM ROM! Use at YOUR OWN RISK!!! By using this ROM, you understand that I am not liable for any or all consequences of using this ROM. If you don't know what you're doing, DON'T TRY IT. Use at your own risk!
    Here ya go folks, CyanogenMod 10 for the Boost Force!!! Well, let's be honest, unless you're living under a rock, you probably know what Android 4.1 (JellyBean) is. Furthermore, you should know what the CyanogenMod project is. However, if a rock is really your home and you'd like to learn more, please visit their site: CyanogenMod | Android Community Rom based on Jelly Bean

    Developers: 1mouse3 and junkie2100
    Description: CyanogenMod 10 for the Boost Force
    Source: https://github.com/junkie2100/android_device_zte_aurora
    Status: BETA


    CyanogenMod 10 What is this? This is a build of the popular CyanogenMod 10 for the ZTE Force N9100. This is built from source.


    People to Thank


    • koush - for his kickass recovery.
    • CyanogenMod - for the best ROM out.
    • Totlth - for the original source we started with an his suggestions
    • Dadcup - for the various fixes he has passed along to us from his work on the avid
    • DM47021 - for his various fixes and tweaks
    • PlayfulGod - for throwing in various suggestions and teaching me a good portion of what i know about cm development
    • numerous testers - thanks for testing & keeping the faith. ;)
    • IRC - for the ongoing help and shared knowledge.
      ** #upp (Skyn3t)
      ** #oudhitsquad (Freenode)
      ** #cyanogenmod-dev (Freenode)
      ** #koush (Freenode)
    • and anyone else i may have forgotten
    Screenshots

    N/A

    How do I install this?
    [1]Download the .zip & copy to the sdcard (make sure wifi is enabled if dl'd from phone).
    [2]Zip can be installed from the external sd in CWM
    [3]MAKE A BACKUP!!!
    [4]DO A FACTORY RESET!!! - this will wipe data & cache!
    [5]Go to install zip from sdcard
    [6]Choose zip from sdcard
    [7]Select cm10-force.zip
    [8]Confirm
    [9]Repeat Steps 5 -8 for gapps
    [10]Reboot

    Downloads


    Known Bugs
    Code:
    This list will be updated as we find them and fix them.
    
    WiFi:
     -does not even turn on
    
    Settings:
     -the storage menu crashes settings
    
    Sensors:
     -proximity sensor is non functional
    
    Camera:
     -front camera is upside down
    

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  2. junkie2100

    junkie2100 Well-Known Member

    reserved :p
  3. redjama

    redjama Guides Guide

    Hahaha.....I'm first!! Tested and loving it so far
  4. redjama

    redjama Guides Guide

    I do keep getting Google play services stopped. Not sure what that's about.
  5. junkie2100

    junkie2100 Well-Known Member

    i really have not a clue. we can work on issues like that after the big things, namely wifi and proximity sensor. if someone else can verify that it is a cm bug and not a fluke i will add it to the list of known bugs though for future reference. id add it now but knowing that sometimes it could just be one phone out of a million it happens to i dont wanna try to fix something that isnt really broken lol
  6. redjama

    redjama Guides Guide

    I did a reboot and it hasn't happened again. If it does it again I'll let you know
  7. sonicbluemustang

    sonicbluemustang Well-Known Member

    I assume this will work on the Sprint Force also? Seemed to work anyway sept for wifi. So far so good.
  8. junkie2100

    junkie2100 Well-Known Member

    yep i would assume so except for possibly needing to change the apn for sprint instead of boost to get mms and 4g working properly
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    <!-- Sprint LTE/eHRPD: These apns are added then programmatically removed in S3 LG8 build. -->
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    <apn carrier="ota" numeric="311870" mcc="311" mnc="870" apn="otasn" user="null" server="null" password="null" proxy="null" port="null" mmsproxy="null" mmsport="null" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mm.myboostmobile.com" type="fota" bearer="13" />
    <apn carrier="BOOST0 LTE ota" numeric="311870" mcc="311" mnc="870" apn="otasn" user="" server="" password="" proxy="" port="" mmsproxy="" mmsport="" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mm.myboostmobile.com" type="fota" bearer="14" />
    <apn carrier="BOOST0 EHRPD ota" numeric="311870" mcc="311" mnc="870" apn="otasn" user="" server="" password="" proxy="" port="" mmsproxy="" mmsport="" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mm.myboostmobile.com" type="fota" bearer="13" />
    <apn carrier="BOOST1 LTE pam" numeric="311870" mcc="311" mnc="870" apn="boost.pamsn" user="" server="" password="" proxy="" port="" mmsproxy="" mmsport="" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mm.myboostmobile.com" type="dun" bearer="14" />
    <apn carrier="BOOST1 EHRPD pam" numeric="311870" mcc="311" mnc="870" apn="boost.pamsn" user="" server="" password="" proxy="" port="" mmsproxy="" mmsport="" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mm.myboostmobile.com" type="dun" bearer="13" />
    <apn carrier="BOOST2 LTE internet" numeric="311870" mcc="311" mnc="870" apn="n.boost.ispsn" user="" server="" password="" proxy="" port="" mmsproxy="68.28.31.7" mmsport="80" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mm.myboostmobile.com" type="default,mms" bearer="14" />
    <apn carrier="BOOST2 EHRPD internet" numeric="311870" mcc="311" mnc="870" apn="n.boost.ispsn" user="" server="" password="" proxy="" port="" mmsproxy="68.28.31.7" mmsport="80" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mm.myboostmobile.com" type="default,mms" bearer="13" />
    </apns>
    <!-- END Boost Mobile -->

    </apns>
    ^this is the apn that should work for sprint, also at the bottom i have added boost stuff but i am not using this one yet. i will probably switch to it at some point but for now it works the way i have it and there are more important things to worry about. i really need to submit my edit to cm as well, that would make things much easier for people in the future if they had a proper boost mobile setup for mms and lte
  9. GoatTheHero

    GoatTheHero Well-Known Member

    4g works and its blazing fast :) I had to download Google play services for the play store to actually let me download apps. So far its super stable.
  10. redjama

    redjama Guides Guide

    I've noticed that the data drops ALOT!
  11. 1mouse3

    1mouse3 Well-Known Member

    4g work just that its set to 8 instead of 9, for now till he changes it dial *#*#4636#*#* an in phone info change it to LTE/CDMA auto (PLR)
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  12. GoatTheHero

    GoatTheHero Well-Known Member

    Mine hasn't yet. I'm gonna test some more stuff and post the results.
  13. donjuro

    donjuro Well-Known Member

    I'm gonna jizz my pants!..
  14. junkie2100

    junkie2100 Well-Known Member

    cm and stock have different levels of compensation and a different number of signal bars even. so you will notice the occasional variance

    im very glad to hear testing is going well though and that everybody likes it. also youll want to test the high definition media playback, if you can play a 720p video it should be fine, but i know on my phone i cant play high def stuff in the stock player, external apps work, straight from the gallery does not unless its standard definition. of course my camera and bluetooth dont work either but my wifi does so who knows. different phones different issues
  15. GoatTheHero

    GoatTheHero Well-Known Member

    So I ran into a problem. I tried playing some music and &#65279;the phone went haywire. It froze when I tried to play a song &#65279;the rebooted itself. I tried downloading a few other music players and they all froze or wouldn't even open. After that all &#65279;the apps I opened froze or fced upon opening them. So I reflashed and &#65279;the same thing happened again. Everything else that has to do with &#65279;the SD card worked fine but for some reason trying to play music killed &#65279;the rom.
  16. redjama

    redjama Guides Guide

    Haven't had that issue. I've been playing music all morning
  17. junkie2100

    junkie2100 Well-Known Member

    sometimes a badly formatted music file can do that. even the slightest bit of corruption can cause a crash. if you have a different sd card i suggest trying to put different music on there and playing that as a test
  18. redjama

    redjama Guides Guide

    I got 15 gigs of music and not 1 issue
  19. GoatTheHero

    GoatTheHero Well-Known Member

    I don't know. I have 14 gigs of music on my card and none of &#65279;the files have given me any problems before. I guess i'll give it another go cuz I really like &#65279;the rom. But I can't live without my jams lol
  20. redjama

    redjama Guides Guide

    I use power amp, maybe try that.

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  21. junkie2100

    junkie2100 Well-Known Member

    that does happen, i had like 200mb of music once and one file had some bad tag info so it would crash apollo every time. had to remove all my music and put new stuff on there
  22. GoatTheHero

    GoatTheHero Well-Known Member

    Its an issue with Bluetooth. I tried playing music through the phone speaker first and it worked. Paired my Bluetooth headphones and music crashed and won't play. Also Bluetooth isn't working for phone calls either. It says I'm connected but I'm getting nothing.
  23. super631

    super631 New Member

    Ok, everytime i try to install this it tells me

    assert failed: getprop("ro.product.device") == "aurora" || getprop("ro.build.product") == "aurora"
    E:Error in /sd/cm10_force.zip
    (Status 7)
    Installation aborted

    What am i doing wrong?
  24. junkie2100

    junkie2100 Well-Known Member

    k, well ill see what i can figure out about that bluetooth thing, its hard to do when i dont have the device though and mouse doesnt even have a headset lol. and the assert thing to fix it the updater script will have to be modified, i dunno why it always puts that crap in there... i hate it, but i dont feel like screwing with the release tools
    an alternative option is to change your buildprop in the current rom to reflect that, so it finds what its looking for
  25. donjuro

    donjuro Well-Known Member

    I've used Apollo and play music and never had a problem with the music.

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