Posts Tagged ‘AOSP’

There was a change to the Google drivers page that now includes the CDMA and LTE drivers for the VZW GNex.  Yeah you read the title and that first sentence right.  Not sure if NFC will work since that is listed separate for the Nexus S but not listed for the Galaxy Nexus.  The good news is though a clean AOSP source build will have working CDMA LTE.  Expect the Jelly Bean ROMs to take off now that the source is live and you can pull the binaries.  There is one thing though that everyone should know before jumping for joy.  We are missing some files yet… (more…)


The title says it all folks jump over to!topic/android-building/XBYeD-bhk1o to read the post from the one and only JBQ.

Nexus 7 Shipping Date

Posted: July 3, 2012 in Android
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So it looks like the Nexus 7 will ship on the 19th of July.  What am I going to do until then?  Do you have one coming?  Are you interested to see what the ROMs are going to be like?  Lots of questions guess we have to wait and see.  Read the full story over here:

4.0.4 Hits AOSP

Posted: March 28, 2012 in Android
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JBQ posted to Google Groups that 4.0.4 was being pushed today and should be done around 3PM PDT.  I will be pulling in all of the changes and taking a look at what it will change in my ROM and hopefully have something soon.  Here is the link to the Group Post:  More info coming soon.

So I said a new beta build was coming and here it is.  Read on for change notes and the link to get it or head over to ROM Manager in a little bit,  I am still uploading the file as I type this. (more…)

Beta Build Coming

Posted: March 20, 2012 in Android, Nexus S 4G
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I have spent the last few evening going over my build and getting back to adding the features I wanted to include.  I looked at a lot of the notification toggles and finally settled on a set to implement. There have been a few issues with the build and I am incorporating some other ideas and getting things back into sync.   (more…)

I have decided to merge Peter Alfonso’s Github repositories into my AOSP build.  This allows my build to reach a much more stable level much faster.  I have forked the repositories and will be merging/adding as I go.  This also helps me to learn how changes are made and what functions they do by comparing AOSP to Pete’s repos. (more…)