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Old July 20th, 2013, 08:19 PM   #1 (permalink)
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CROMi-X 4.70 is out.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2223492

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CROMi-X is a stock based ROM designed from scratch from the TF700 ASUS Stock 10.6.1.15.3 Jelly Bean 4.2.1 WW release and 10.6.1.x bootloader. It has its roots in the original CleanROM by scrosler
CROMi-X is targeted to towards the user that wants a ROM with the ability to pick and choose the options they want!
CROMi-X is tuned for performance and built for stability!
CROMi-X is true to stock in looks!
CROMi-X can be provisioned for US and non US World Wide (WW) editions during the install process

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20/07/2013 - v4.7.0 odex/deodex full rom
o consolidated 4.6.9 patch into main rom
o updated _that kernel to version v4 which brings cifs back to cromi-x
o updated my modded stock tf300tg kernel from the asus 10.6.2.6 kernel
o added hunds tf700 v3.10, tf300 v11 and tf201 v8 variety oc kernel + data2sd, modules and app to the rom
note - reboot to recovery doesn't work on hunds so don't report it please
o added firefox beta browser to the browser2ram script
o updated google play store to jb4.3 - 4.1.23 multi-dpi patched
o updated google maps to version 7.0.2
o updated google music to version 5.0.1053j.731804
o updated es file explorer to version 3.0.5.1 with latest classic theme
o updated dropbox to version 2.3.9.10
o updated adobe flash player to version 11.1.115.69
o updated superuser and su binary to version 1.41
o replaced the keyboarddock.ogg file with a null sound version to surpress the repetitive beeping some users suffer when charging
o replaced the nexus 7 boot animation with the latest google nexus jb4.3 animation
o replaced the roboto font family with the jb4.3 versions
o added new jb4.3 sunbeam live wallpaper
o added new aroma theme by franzyroy
o fixed a2dp bluetooth audio by jpalo. Thanks andreibsk

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Old July 22nd, 2013, 02:07 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Need some help, please:
I have just unlocked-and rooted my TF700T.
I have downloaded the CROM-Xenogenesis zip file on my computer.
Who do I install it. Do I need to copy it to the internal memory or to the
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Install GooManager.

Open goo and tap menu button and choose "install open recovery". It might reboot to do this.

Copy your CROM-X file to your sdcard, preferably in the GooIm folder.

From Goo, choose to flash a rom, find your CROM file, choose backup, wipe data and wipe caches (check all 3 checkboxes). Goo should boot into TWRP (the open recovery it just installed), make a backup and flash your rom. If you leave the backup name empty (which I always do), it'll use the date and time. You can always rename it later.

Now the icky part... When it's done backing up your current rom, and CROM-X installs, you'll have to pick which apps you want installed, what kernel to use (I usually do the defaults on most of those), etc. You can always uninstall apps later.

Sorry, this was from memory, so I might not have the exact folder names, etc. I'm sure you can figure it out.
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Install GooManager.

Open goo and tap menu button and choose "install open recovery". It might reboot to do this.

Copy your CROM-X file to your sdcard, preferably in the GooIm folder.

From Goo, choose to flash a rom, find your CROM file, choose backup, wipe data and wipe caches (check all 3 checkboxes). Goo should boot into TWRP (the open recovery it just installed), make a backup and flash your rom. If you leave the backup name empty (which I always do), it'll use the date and time. You can always rename it later.

Now the icky part... When it's done backing up your current rom, and CROM-X installs, you'll have to pick which apps you want installed, what kernel to use (I usually do the defaults on most of those), etc. You can always uninstall apps later.

Sorry, this was from memory, so I might not have the exact folder names, etc. I'm sure you can figure it out.
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I have installed the ROM, works nicely.
The only thing I need to take care of is the multi-language keyboard. On the stock ROM I was able to set up various languages that I could access when pressing the globe icon on the keyboard. Now I only have US (all others are greyed out).. Maybe I need to re-install the WW version of the ROM...
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Very possible. You should be able to flash the rom again, but choose different options this time. I did that when I chose the small fonts and regretted it.
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Several betas have been posted and a RC. Users claim v.5.0 with "Extreme Tweaks" flies.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2223492&page=546



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There are some minor issues with Hund's kernel so expect a new build or way of updating the kernel soon.
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RC2 build is coming soon and I'll be flashing that.

RC1 is working well for me except I wasn't able to move a nandroid from sdcard to external sdcard. I was able to move it via TWRP tho. It seems faster to me than Cromi-x 4.9.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2223492&page=560
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I'm on RC2, it does seem a little 'smoother' than CromiX 4.7.
I haven't had time to try much in the way of tweaks, pretty much just installed it and started using it.
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I just updated to RC2, going to see how it runs because 4.6.9 was starting to get slow again.
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Let us know what you think of it Professor
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I'm experiencing more battery drain, though it's definitely smoother. Worth it in my opinion.
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Same here, it seems a bit hard on the battery, but it's a better overall experience. I know how to charge a battery overnight, so that's not really a problem.
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Have you guys run LagFix? The premium version is on sale right now too (I bought it last month).

It's included with CROMI and comes in handy for devices that aren't on 4.3 yet.
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I'm aware it's installed with Cromi but I've never run it.
Does it really make a noticable difference?
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The more hours on your tab, the more you probably need it.

There's a reason Google added it to 4.3.

FWIW, I've run it on my Nexus 7, Transformer and Note II.
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CROMi-X 5.0 Final is uploading now.
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Cool beans. When this finishes, I'll download and dirty flash it.
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New thread for v.5.0: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2425383

Guess I'll wait for the odexed version (which I understand is faster). (Deodex is needed for themes, which I don't use.)
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5.1 has been released and odexed builds are available now.

I'm running odexed 5.1 with that's kernel and left out the "extreme tweaks" and all the other tweaks and I think it's working better for me. With the ET I'd always end up with lags and hund's kernel wasn't as good on battery life. I'm seeing a lot of 2-3 ma during sleep where the lowest I'd see with hunds would be around 50 ma. Even the lag with Chrome seems better.
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I believe it's actually 5.01. rather than 5.1

That aside, I agree with what you think the best setup is. I'm using the U.S. version with _That's kernal, it's nice and responsive, no lags that I've noticed yet.
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Well look who I found over here in Phandroid! Looks like you are the expert here on the TF700. I'm still researching my options while I'm letting my new/refurbed Infinity burn in for a while and let some of the warranty run out before I start messing around with updating it. Sure is not as easy as the TouchPad. Unlocking, rooting, versions of bootloaders, , versions of Roms, Motochopper, CROMi-Xenogenesis vs. CyanogenMod, Fastboot vs. ADB vs. NVFlash vs. Debugfs, recovering from soft bricks, recovering from hard bricks, do I use CWM or TWRP, WW vs. US versions of the Rom, geez, my head is spinning.

I'll probably have some questions for you as I progress along. I've got like 15 links to threads and forums that I have found so far. Some are fairly up-to-date, some are not. Some info seems to contradict other info. Sure I'll be a regular here. This is definitely outside my comfort zone.
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Better late than never....

Latest TWRP works fine, if that's any help. Yup, tools are quite different. I turned off the sync stuff. Didn't have much use for it.

NT, do you have the dock or just the tab?
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Just the tablet for now. I am very comfortable with using speech recognition to dictate posts and just about anything really. Just really tired of the laggy performance of the Asus based Android and all the crapware they install.

When the time comes, think I'm going to back up to .8 Rom and then use blackmambazzz tool to do most of the heavy lifting.
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The keyboard was the main attraction for me. I swore all my new devices would have a dock.
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The keyboard was the main attraction for me. I swore all my new devices would have a dock.
The keyboard dock is the only reason I ride the transformer line for 10.1 tablets except the nexus line like I do for everything else. If only they'd make a Padfone compatible with US LTE frequencies.
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BTW, you mentioned you turned off the sync stuff, what sync stuff?
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Sync between tablet and computer. (All that bloat the windows app wants to install.)
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Here is some dumb questions. I have been looking at what method I will use to unlock, root and install a custom recovery and Rom. Blackmambazz provides a tool that seems to do it all as long as one has the right version of Asus' Android. The others I have looked at don't look to appealing. My questions, what method did you use and what would be wrong to just unlock using the Asus unlock tool and then use GooManager/ Open Recovery Script to install TWRP? Are you using TWRP and if so, what version are you using? I looked and TeamWin is up to 2631 as of right now. Any version I should avoid? Thanks

Just thought of one more, I know you said you are using Cromi-x. Wondering if you have tried CM10.1 and if you did what you thought of it.
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Here is some dumb questions. I have been looking at what method I will use to unlock, root and install a custom recovery and Rom. Blackmambazz provides a tool that seems to do it all as long as one has the right version of Asus' Android. The others I have looked at don't look to appealing. My questions, what method did you use and what would be wrong to just unlock using the Asus unlock tool and then use GooManager/ Open Recovery Script to install TWRP? Are you using TWRP and if so, what version are you using? I looked and TeamWin is up to 2631 as of right now. Any version I should avoid? Thanks

Just thought of one more, I know you said you are using Cromi-x. Wondering if you have tried CM10.1 and if you did what you thought of it.
Using the toolkit will have to use the Asus unlocker tool, there's no other way to unlock the bootloader. I was pre-rooted before applying the unlock tool, by using an old method from while the tablet was still on 4.0.3, which allowed me to use goomanager to install twrp using the method you brought up. I think the Motochopper root exploit still works on the tablet, so you could root before unlocking if you desired. Mine's on twrp 2.6.3.1 and that should be fine. I would avoid using any old twrps because some don't play nice with the Asus bootloader, though I can't remember when it was fixed. . I actually ditched Cromi-X and am currently running CM10.2 based on the 4.3.1 build for the LTE Nexus 7. I think it actually runs a little smoother, but maybe I just didn't have the most optimal settings for Cromi-X.
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Hi NT,

Sorry, was busy with things the last couple of days and forgot about your post.

I think this is how I rooted: [How-To] All-In-One Guide For Asus Infinity (TF700) [25/03/2013] - xda-developers

I remember doing the Asus unlock and the root procedure after that. The original files are long gone from my desktop (unlike the Note 10.1 files for the last 2 models).

I would think the toolkit posted by Jhawk would do the same thing.

The reason you couldn't pm me is I turned that lovely feature off. People I didn't know kept wanting personalized support instead of posting in the forum.

I tried CM 10.2 and found it waaay too slow. Even the Cromi-x seemed slower than what it should be for a device that benched cpu and gpu so highly. That's why I got rid of mine. Now I have the 2014 Note 10.1 and really miss the dock, otherwise it's a slick (but spendy) tab. Now I have to unload a couple TP's and Mac mini's to justify it.

FWIW, installing Cromi with _that's latest kernel, no extreme tweaks (requires hund's kernel I think) and turning off the risky fsync seemed to work best for me. Hunds kernel seemed to run too warm for my taste.
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Thanks for the info "C". I'll be taking a close look at it, appreciate it buddy.
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Wow, Cromi-X is up to version 5.1.2, and the feature set is looking awesome!
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