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[Development] CyanogenMod KitKat portable ROM for Phantom Z

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(This post was last modified: 01-12-2015, 11:29 PM by hovatek. )

Here is a CyanogenMod custom rom for Android One MT6582 chipset phones. Please,  only for developers. Try porting this rom to the Tecno Phantom Z. Also, some AOSP roms.

CyanogenMod KitKat:
https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=95747613655042700.
(Dual-sim, wifi, and data  not working for now).

Omni Rom KitKat:
https://www.mediafire.com/folder/8266sexk2htij/Omni_Rom
(Dual-sim, wifi, and data  not working for now).

Thanks.
I'm going to start development soon.


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#2
Thumbs up!
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#3
Well done bro. Keep it up
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#4
Succeeded in creating TWRP recovery for Tecno Phantom Z. Proceeding to port ROM...
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#5
you created a ktkat compatible recovery? please create a thread on your methods. i have been trying to port the newest cwm recovery or twrp unto my tecno q1(mt6577, different from mt6582 but portng recoveries is easier than kernel porting.)
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#6
TWRP recovery for Tecno Q1? Hmmm, i think Hovatek posted a tutorial for someone to do that... I haven't tested it but u could try. And i don't have a Q1 for me to test it out...
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#7
HOVATEK posted a thread on that, but i had tried that long before and no success. it refuses to boot. so i want to port directly from source code as both twrp and cwm have their sources on github. so i want to see what procedures you used to port yours.
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#8
(This post was last modified: 10-12-2014, 05:54 PM by abdullahi_. )
(10-12-2014, 01:27 PM)emmaus Wrote: HOVATEK posted a thread on that, but i had tried that long before and no success. it refuses to boot. so i want to port directly from source code as both twrp and cwm have their sources on github. so i want to see what procedures you used to port yours.

if you are trying to get the source code directly, that means you are trying to build it from scratches which is more longer and time consuming than the procedure hovatek posted.., so you need tools and adequate knowledge to do that.
Beside you will always see the procedures where you downloaded the source code.
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#9
like i said, i have tried the quick port methods for cwm and twrp, on xda and here, and they dont boot. i have even tried the manual method of extracting the ramdisk and modifying but no success.how did you do yours, the quick port method, the manual modifications or the souce-code compiling.i dont mind the source- code method,i am a computer science student(although level 100) and that wiil be good practice for me.
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#10
The CyanogenMod ROM boots! But doesn't go further. Still need more work.
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