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This is a download page to help CM9 enthusiasts, specially P1000N and P1000L that always get their kernels later than the regular P1000. These are my own builds, from the original sgt7 repo, no modifications.
- XDA CM9 Developer thread – don’t post here!
NOT for bug reports, questions or requests (always read first post).
Use discussion thread for help or helping and the bug thread for bugs.
- XDA CM9 Nightly bug thread
- XDA CM9 Discussion thread
The NEW DISCUSSION THREAD is only for OFFICIAL NIGHTLY BUILDS!
- Blog do HumberOS – CM9 Downloads - Português Brasil!
- Blog do HumberOS – Instalação “passo a passo” – Português Brasil!
- My download post on XDA – hit thanks!
- My build tips on XDA
- CM9 Changelogs: p1, p1n, p1l, p1c
- CM9 Full Update Guide from the CyanogenMod Wiki.
BACK EVERYTHING UP, INCLUDING INTERNAL SDCARD, JUST IN CASE.
YOU MIGHT NEED TO RESTOCK AND FACTORY WIPE EVERYTHING.
New opensource partitioning type. Same partitions, just diferent type.
Easy to flash to, but you will have to full flash and repartition to go back do BML, the Saumsung proprietary partitioning, used in all other non-MTD ROMs.
CM9 UNOFFICIAL – sgt7 mtd repo, not official Cyanogenmod nightly.
The sgt7 repo is the original Te4m repo in the development thread, before the merge with CyanogenMod. It will be synced with CM, but will keep extra tweaks, such as the Trebuchet tweaks by sbradymobile and a better recovery.
(OBS: New CM9 builds already contain PDroid patches and @sbradymobile tweaks)
UNPLUG USB / DOCK BEFORE FLASHING!
CM9 20120812 “STABLE”: @cdesai‘s kernel, little updates and translations.
CM9 20120707: @cdesai‘s kernel, little things, @sbradymobile’s Trebuchet updates…
@humberos Kernels 20120627: changelog: 600MHz added for batt savings. CwM ZIP.
- P1000N, md5sum: 3d2ea2cd38afb7eb877c6acc0fb6a33b
- P1000L, md5sum: 279885dbbfe60dc2107e5d406242bf77
- P1000, md5sum: fc26c3f2bd785c66e7a46d31be4d8cdc
- P1000CDMA, md5sum: 49fd3d62706ec97b8ed41ba922144a09
CM9 20120628: @cdesai’s kernel, Fix sluggish to launch an app.
CM9 20120627: @cdesai’s kernel. like RC1?
@humberos Kernels 20120624: changelog: 1.3GHz and USB Fast Charge.
CM9 20120623: @cdesai‘s kernel, which seems more stable, trebuchet tweaks?
CM9 20120620: Lots of updates, logos, fixes… @humberos kernel
CM9 20120615: LiveOC disabled for stability, little fixes…
CM9 20120608: GPU OC, fast charge, LiveOC, camera flash
GAPPS: You can flash both, first the old one with GMail, then the newest one.
CM9 4.0.3-4 20120317 / md5sum: dc560aa235e8dd8cb00df0cefb5abd38 - Includes GMAIL.
CM9 4.0.3-4 20120429 / md5sum: 7c524e1e078164f681e0aa6753180b2c – NO GMAIL.
Modem CwM flash updates for MTD ROMs, by cdesai.
PDroid Privacy Protection CwM Patch 20120812.
- PDroid Patch Install, md5sum: dc9d45d793a7163742c6acdddf68324b
- PDroid Patch Remove - re-flash your ROM, or copy the original 3 files.
NoMoarPowah! Galaxy Tab stockblue theme based on ironheart’s theme.
- Use boot.img inside the ROM ZIPs if you want to try other CM9 MTD builds, like the CyanogenMod official and AOKP, which often don’t provide latin (P1000N/L) kernels.
- Flash with heimdall like this:
heimdall flash –kernel boot.img –recovery boot.img
- Or just replace boot.img inside the ROM ZIP with your desired kernel.
ATENTION: I assume you are following the CM9 conversations in the XDA threads. Make sure you have the required flashing background. In sum, if not already in CM9:
- Must be on Gingerbread.
Must be on ext4.
- Must have CwM Recovery.
The Overcome guide is a good start before you get to CM9.
Easy restock from Gingerbread, in case you get any strange simptoms.
- Flash full stock Gingerbread (with repartition).
- Flash Kernel with CwM. Doesn’t have to be Overcome, could be any CF-root kernel for your model. You can use the same one in the CM9 ZIP that you will flash.
- Boot directly into CwM Recovery, holding VolUp. No need to convert to ext4, since MTD will converto to yaffs2 anyways.
- Flash CM9 ROM and GApps!
- Coming from some variations of CM9 you might get assert error status 7. If you are up to editing the update script, try reading this post from HumberOS.
Or try this in recovery, thanks ayysir.
Else, do the full restock, Overcome dance.
- Mobile, Data, 3G problems? This ROM comes with the JPZ modem. You might need to flash your customary modem back. Just copy your modem.bin to /radio in the Tab.
- Laggy? Slow? Wipe Cache and Dalvik cache. Also try using the following configs in Performance Settings: Processor: Max CPU 1200MHz, Governor ONDEMANDX (go ahead and try others like SmartassV2, Smoothass and Lagfree). Memory Management: zRam 18%, Allow purgin assets and Kernel samepage merging (KSM). And reboot.
- @sbradymobile - For anybody with a SystemUI FC on the newest build go into Settings > System > Combined bar expanded settings > Expanded settings entries and uncheck/recheck at least one of the settings (I will push the fix this morning). You can now change the order as well.
- Wifi sleeping: if your wifi is sleeping when it’s not supposed to, try setting Minimum CPU Speed to 200MHz.
Don’t forget to hit the button on the XDA posts that you find helpful.
Cheers from Brasil!
Alroger “mobile” Jr