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Old December 10th, 2012, 09:12 AM   #851 (permalink)
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Greeting Unicorn Followers,

Team AOKP is still in the process of releasing a 4.2 ROM.

In the meantime, Devs on the team are dropping pre-release builds around the interwebs. Because I must be running a fully 'Unicorn Blessed' ROM, as my job requires that my phone be working all the time, I have not been keeping up with these releases.

As the OP states, this thread is for official releases in terms of what I can follow, flash and support.

If anyone has links they want to share for builds by Steven Spear, Adam the Cashew, or another Unicorn Dev, please post in this thread, with proper credit given. This forum is for sharing and helping each other so I implore you folks to contribute as you see fit.

Lastly, the link in the OP points to the official site of AOKP. Please use it to get your Official AOKP on!

Thank you all,

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I've been compiling my own 4.2 builds for toro and grouper since the code was merged. If anyone would like a build, PM me and I'll provide a link, but I don't think it's quite right to post public builds with code they don't want the public to have yet, unless you're the developer, which I am not
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I've been compiling my own 4.2 builds for toro and grouper since the code was merged. If anyone would like a build, PM me and I'll provide a link, but I don't think it's quite right to post public builds with code they don't want the public to have yet, unless you're the developer, which I am not
Thank you for reaching out to this user base with your offering. It is super valuable.

As for posting your own build, feel free to post in this thread or even start at new one. Either way is fine as long as you give credit to Team AOKP. There are a few KANGS of AOKP on other Forums, so this is not an unheard of practice. I'm sure someone will test your builds...
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Oh...and I'm still sure this has never affected anyone but me...but y'all know how much it's driven me mad since...forever...the madness is over. Google Play Movies works! Woot!
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Oh...and I'm still sure this has never affected anyone but me...but y'all know how much it's driven me mad since...forever...the madness is over. Google Play Movies works! Woot!
Tell me what your battery life is like....and then POST IT!
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Tell me what your battery life is like....and then POST IT!
I've actually gotten over 23 hours with 2.5 screen time...now, keep in mind, I have the big 3800mAh battery, but to put things in perspective for you, the most I could get on 4.1 builds was 15 hours with the same usage
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OK, guys and gals, here it is. But before downloading, understand that I am not a member of Team Kang, nor do I take credit for coding any of this; I am merely an impatient unicorn lover with a Linux computer. Other than a cherry-picking a few things, I haven't done anything but compile AOKP source code. Next, this is a 4.2.1 AOKP build for the Verizon Galaxy Neuxs (toro). I know the part about which device it's for should go without saying, but you can never be too sure. So, being that it is 4.2, unless you have flashed a preview build from one of Team Kang's Twitter accounts, you're probably still on the JB 4.1 Milestone, which means you still have the 4.1 gapps. You cannot use these; you need the new 4.2 gapps located here. Also, wipe. Yes it's a pain, yes I hate it, but if you don't go in to your recovery, wipe data, cache, and dalvik, before flashing this, I can say with 99% confidence, that you will regret it very very much. Lastly, I nor Team Kang are responsible if something wrong happens with your device. Obviously, I will try to help if something does go wrong, which I don't anticipate (if you do a clean flash), being as me and a few friends are running this exact build, but if something does, don't play the blame game please . Now that that's done, download and enjoy!!
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OK, guys and gals, here it is. But before downloading, understand that I am not a member of Team Kang, nor do I take credit for coding any of this; I am merely an impatient unicorn lover with a Linux computer. Other than a cherry-picking a few things, I haven't done anything but compile AOKP source code. Next, this is a 4.2.1 AOKP build for the Verizon Galaxy Neuxs (toro). I know the part about which device it's for should go without saying, but you can never be too sure. So, being that it is 4.2, unless you have flashed a preview build from one of Team Kang's Twitter accounts, you're probably still on the JB 4.1 Milestone, which means you still have the 4.1 gapps. You cannot use these; you need the new 4.2 gapps located here. Also, wipe. Yes it's a pain, yes I hate it, but if you don't go in to your recovery, wipe data, cache, and dalvik, before flashing this, I can say with 99% confidence, that you will regret it very very much. Lastly, I nor Team Kang are responsible if something wrong happens with your device. Obviously, I will try to help if something does go wrong, which I don't anticipate (if you do a clean flash), being as me and a few friends are running this exact build, but if something does, don't play the blame game please . Now that that's done, download and enjoy!!
Nice build. Zippy and fluid.

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Nice build. Zippy and fluid.

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Update to OP for a current State of ROM. Still loving the build posted above!

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This build is so great compared to the 4.1 milestone. It's fast and uses far less battery. It had some stability issues on the first day, but we're good now.
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Really wish this commit would get merged:

Gerrit Code Review

These new toggles are a big step backwards IMHO. Maybe I'll do a cherry pick build with this in there until it gets merged...
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I installed this last night. Seems to be running well. I was running Milestone 1 before this. They didn't replace the new terrible horrible Bluetooth stack that Google introduced, however, so I'm not sure how long I'll be able to use this. I use Bluetooth audio in my car and in the gym all the time and the sound is just so bad I don't know if I can suffer through that, just to run 4.2.1. At any rate, I haven't found any bugs thus far. Thumbs up
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On this build right now and just wanted to confirm that the "sdcard/0/" issue resolved via emulation.
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Well I figured it was the recoveries being updated too.
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I installed this last night. Seems to be running well. I was running Milestone 1 before this. They didn't replace the new terrible horrible Bluetooth stack that Google introduced, however, so I'm not sure how long I'll be able to use this. I use Bluetooth audio in my car and in the gym all the time and the sound is just so bad I don't know if I can suffer through that, just to run 4.2.1. At any rate, I haven't found any bugs thus far. Thumbs up
Yeah, the BT is horrible in 4.2.x. I was trying to listen in a rental car the other night and I gave up and listened to the radio instead. It was terrible.
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Oh how I love my Aux port on my car radio LOL! Haven't had to worry about that BT issue
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it seems the sound from the speaker (like the ring) isn't as good of a quality on 4.2.1 lol


running it with the stock lean kernel 5.4 it was seriously laggy. the franco 358 nightly is what i'm on now, runs good on that one. i guess my phone doesn't like that lean one
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Anyone that flashed the 4.2 build, can you change the toggles to look like the old way? And is there a still a settings button on Nav Bar?
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AOKP is sticking with the new toggles. I think CM has the old toggles.
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Not quite seeing how these new toggles are a step backward folks. Same functionality, but better looking.
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I don't see the toggles as a step backwards too, but it's probably that extra click to access them that might urk some people.
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Flashed the new lean 5.5. Works great. Guess my phone likes it lol
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Cant get fast charge to work, and that is something i can do without
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I think two finger swipe brings up toggles. One finger brings up notifications. If no notifications, one finger brings up toggles.
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I Just like my toggles simple, I usually run 3 only, lte, gps, and airplane. Right now I have Data but that was because I was in crap reception area which was killing my battery.
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Does anyone have an issue with the keyboard covering up the bottom portion of the text popup when using handcent, or am I the only one? Didn't have this problem until after I flashed 4.2.1.
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Does anyone have an issue with the keyboard covering up the bottom portion of the text popup when using handcent, or am I the only one? Didn't have this problem until after I flashed 4.2.1.
Yes...I have the same problem and am not happy about it. I use the pop-up 95% of the time to respond to texts.

I assume something like that will not get fixed until they release the next installment?


On a side note, I really like this version. The arrow keys in the Nav bar are awesome. I typically use Swiftkey because you can add arrow keys to the keyboard. Now I'll have them and can use the stock keyboard.
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Anyone have problems tethering? I've tried built in and WiFi app from store. Rest of data works right now just fine.
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No other comments on the pop up problem with Handcent? Does anyone use Handcent and NOT have this problem?
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Can someone test there ability to tether their Xbox to the native tethering on this ROM? So far I'm 0 for 2 with other ROMs. It's seemingly a 4.2 issue, and not a ROM issue so I'm looking to confirm this (

Can someone actually try this, not just say you are good to go or not... please actually try because this sucks...
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No other comments on the pop up problem with Handcent? Does anyone use Handcent and NOT have this problem?
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Can someone test there ability to tether their Xbox to the native tethering on this ROM? So far I'm 0 for 2 with other ROMs. It's seemingly a 4.2 issue, and not a ROM issue so I'm looking to confirm this (

Can someone actually try this, not just say you are good to go or not... please actually try because this sucks...
I don't use popups with mine, load up Go SMS Pro and try it out to see if its popups work. But I have seen more complaints about Handcent being the problem.

And I have been unable to tether as well, Rootwiki threads are about 50/50 on the issue, some have issues with it and the rest works perfectly
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Updated OP to Build 2 and overhauled OP for a better OP experience!

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Build 2 is great, native tethering is working again.
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How's battery life?
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Ill let you know tomorrow, been at home since I flashed it.
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Got 8 hrs today. About 3 hrs on wifi, 2 hrs of screen on time in a low signal area. Switched between 3/4g a few times but I never turned off 4g.
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Build 3 is live and awesome, BTW!

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Updated my ROM last night and everything seems to be working well. I love the power shutter (which I think came in B2). No glitches so far.

It also appears they fixed the issue with Handcent pop-ups where the box wouldn't move to accommodate the keyboard. Now everything functions the way it should and the pop-up moves up when the keyboard is opened.
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My first rom flash!

stock 4.1.1 has been buggy since the oem update, so I decided to factory data reset it... it worked my better, but since my phone was now clean, I decided to start trying some roms. AOKP was my first choice. Plus say that a new build just dropped. very cool.

aokp blog says there will be bluetooth problems, but i dont really use bt... everything seems to be working well.

I didn't like the notification transparency either, and it took me a couple of goes before I got the settings to take hold, but did finally get it back to black.

Only thing I would change is to have the Rom obey the animation settings in the developer settings section. I absolutely hate the power off animation when clicking the power button... I like to set it at 0.5x as it disables that anime but leaves the others on, at least it did in stock 4.1.1.
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Update: battery life seemed to be amazing on this rom! When sitting idle, the battery would bassically not drain at all it seemed, whereas stock 4.1.1 would drain several % points. Is that basically due to the kernel?

Photosphere camera is really cool (not really part of the rom, but it worked really well on this rom).

The color controls were buggy for me, would kinda flash sometimes, like some static at the top of the screen.

Launching some things would be laggy, for example Nova Settings, I'm not sure why. CLicking the power button to turn screen off and swiping to unlock seemed to be a bit slow to respond.

Going between 4.1 and 4.2 can cause problems for TitaniumBackup and Clockwordmod Rom Manager nandroid backup/restore as the folder structure changes with 4.2.

I ended up going back to my stock 4.1.1 nandroid after a bit of an ordeal trying to flash a homebaked AOSP build... its a long story, but I'm learning... hehe.
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My first rom flash!

stock 4.1.1 has been buggy since the oem update, so I decided to factory data reset it... it worked my better, but since my phone was now clean, I decided to start trying some roms. AOKP was my first choice. Plus say that a new build just dropped. very cool.

aokp blog says there will be bluetooth problems, but i dont really use bt... everything seems to be working well.

I didn't like the notification transparency either, and it took me a couple of goes before I got the settings to take hold, but did finally get it back to black.

Only thing I would change is to have the Rom obey the animation settings in the developer settings section. I absolutely hate the power off animation when clicking the power button... I like to set it at 0.5x as it disables that anime but leaves the others on, at least it did in stock 4.1.1.
Lol I love the power animation, I remember I was excited the first time I got it for my Dx, I'm still on build 2 and I know that speeding up the animations worked for me, but never tried lowering them so I don't know if thats a recent problem or not.
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Running the latest (B3 I believe).
Really love it.
Mods aren't quite on par with Sourcery but plenty for me. Really speedy but haven't gotten a better sense for battery life. Anyone running a different kernel other than the stock one it comes with?
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was running build 3 but began to get the ram lag issue. now i am running the valentine's day build from fits and it seems the aokp team has fixed the ram lag issue plus he cherry picked one the best new features which is the quick record tile! really awesome and useful addition! i am also currently running the kernel that came with it lean kernel 5.8.2
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Lol I love the power animation....
The thing is, if I wake up in the middle of the night to check my phone, I like to be able to power the screen on/off with no frills, just on to off... the flash of white is jarring. Plus I usually have the click in nighttime mode (which doesn't work as well on 4.2 imo) and a screen filter to reduce brightness even more... so the white flashing animation is almost a killer for me.

I built 4.2.1_r1.2 AOSP and the behavior was the same as AOKPmr1-build3, changing windows animation scale did not affect the on/off white flash animation... ugh... any developers out there was to change that for me??? or at least give me some hints where that is in the source code, or what system apks control it?
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Hey all, just checking in...know I haven't been around lately, but that's because I switched over to T-Moblie and got the N4 hope all is well over here and I've already got a 4.2.2 unofficial toro build cooked up if anyone would like it (and jmar permits it, of course).

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Hey all, just checking in...know I haven't been around lately, but that's because I switched over to T-Moblie and got the N4 hope all is well over here and I've already got a 4.2.2 unofficial toro build cooked up if anyone would like it (and jmar permits it, of course).

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I'm down to let you post whatever bro. Just make sure it boots for TORO.

Edit: This thread doesn't officially offer support for builds other than official builds. But, as always and as should be expected in the spirit of this forum, personal relevant builds are welcomed. Nothing wrong with sharing. I mean this wholeheartedly.
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