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[ROM][ICS][I9000] Team ICSSGS RC 4.2

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OP cantIntoCode

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Posted 24 March 2012 - 08:07 PM #1

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NOTICE: We apologize for the lack of updates recently, we just want to make it clear that development has under NO circumstances stopped. We are absolutely still working on this and still supporting it. Thank you for your patience.



Team ICSSGS

--
cantIntoCode -- DemonWav -- Nushor -- Onecosmic -- RaymondDull -- Trae32566 --


This ROM is based directly on the source code straight from Google themselves, the way Android is meant to be. This ROM is produced by a collaboration of many different people, with the main development being done by Onecosmic himself. We strive to bring releases as often as possible and provide a stable AOSP ROM. As this is a work in progress, bugs are to be expected! Please check the known issue's before posting/reporting bugs.

Source code can be found here

If you can, please donate a small amount via paypal, we do this for fun and this is optional but it is greatly appreciated and it is a way for you to contribute. If you want us to support another Galaxy S type phone and you have an extra of it, we may consider supporting the phone if you donated it to us to work on. If you think you have a phone that we could support, PM me or any other Team ICSSGS members and we will discuss the possibility of us supporting it.

We do not support anything that is not produced by us!

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The latest release is RC4.2


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Features:
  • Just because your running the latest OS, does not mean your phone magically doubles in RAM and gains an extra core, IT WILL LAG SOMETIMES, no software can fix that.
  • Based from the latest source code from Google themselves(Android 4.0.3)
  • Full Google Apps suite
  • Currently using Platypus as a kernel base(Thanks Zach!)
  • Pre-rooted
  • init.d Support
  • Full Hardware Acceleration
  • Fully working RIL(Radio Interface Link = Calls / Texts / Data)
  • Fully working Audio
  • Touchscreen works perfectly
  • Fully working Wi-Fi
  • Fully working bluetooth
  • Both SD Cards (Internal & External), work fine
  • Fully working Calendar sync
  • Fully working Camera(Video Recording & Pictures)
  • Touch to focus
  • Panorama mode in camera works
  • Face Unlock(quite iffy, due to the vga ffc)
  • Fully Working GPS
  • Bluetooth
  • Wired tethering, works fine
  • Fully working FM Radio(AOSP does not support FM, download Spirit FM from Android Market)
  • Fully working Wireless tethering
  • Fully working sensors
  • Live OC Support(download NSTools from Market)
  • USBOTG Support
  • Voodoo Sound
  • Voodoo Colour
  • Battery Life eXtender
  • Deep Idle
  • Makes you breakfast in the morning(not joking)
Come chat with us!
http://webchat.freenode.net/
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Downloads:

I9000

I9000B



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Flashing Instructions

If you are flashing from another rom.

1. Boot into Clockwork Mod Recovery Mode using volume buttons.
2. (optional) Backup your current ROM.
3. Select "install zip from sdcard".
4. Select "choose zip from sdcard".
5. Select the .zip that you downloaded and confirm it.
*(optional) Flash newer kernel if you want to.
6. Reboot the phone.
7. Wait for phone to boot (this may take up to ten minutes)

If you are upgrading from an earlier build.

1. Flash the newest build in CWM.
2. If you run into any issues(app force close etc) do a factory reset from recovery.

If you have rebooted and your phone will not go past the kernel screen.

1. Boot into CWM and wipe data/factory reset and wipe cache partition.
2. Reflash the appropriate kernel.
3. Reboot.

If the flashing procedure didn't quite go to plan, please follow this guide


Common Issues / Troubleshooting help is available via out Google Code page:

http://code.google.c...wich-sgs/w/list


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Credits! Huge thanks to:
  • Onecosmic for being a beast
  • All Team ICSSGS Members
  • Zach for platypus kernel base
  • Team Hacksung for RIL code, Galaxy S Settings app, their camera HAL and various other ICS patches
  • Syntr for PVR Patches
  • Thearc77 for google apps
  • Supercurio for all his work on Voodoo

Edited by cantIntoCode, 26 March 2012 - 05:34 PM.

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OP cantIntoCode

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Posted 24 March 2012 - 08:08 PM #2

Changelog:

RC4.2
  • New fixed framework = wifi fix included(without blur issues)
  • New script to specifically set EFS permissions(hopefully fix people losing IMEI's)
  • Reverted back to the ICS quick search
  • News & Weather widget is back!
  • Updated modem to JVU
RC4.1
  • All RC4 goodness
  • Fixed blurryness
  • Wifi/Data working now
  • Implemented SIO, VR, Deadline I/O schedulers
  • SIO is now the default I/O scheduler
  • Google keyboard(Faster and comes from Google themselves)
  • Galaxy Nexus kernel splash, clean Google logo
  • Removed doubled busybox
  • Sharpened up bootanimation
  • ROM cleanup
  • Removed WiFix Manager(caused too many wifi issues)
  • Amazingly fast :)
RC 4
  • Changed RIL code to CM one, cleaner code implementation
  • Whole new updater script which should prevent any issues when flashing(Thanks DemonWav!)
  • In browser, 'Exit to car mode' now says 'Find on Page'
  • Deep idle working with framework integration
  • 100MHz now works
  • You can now purchase applications from the Android Market
  • In camera, all video effects work flawlessly
  • Editing pictures in Gallery works now
  • Screen flicker upon lock is now gone
  • Odexed optimisation
  • Battery Life eXtender
  • Slightly tweaked read ahead values
  • Sztupy's USB OTG V5
  • WiFi fix for those with issues with wifi not working with screen off
  • Unstable voltages fixed
  • Facebook sync works now
  • WiFi fix manager included(fixes regional wifi issues in ICS)
  • USB Transfer Speed fixed
  • Back to AOSP Music
RC 3.1
  • fixed networklocation.apk
  • removed AOSP music for Google Music
  • included OI File Manager
  • removed phonesky.apk
  • removed Google+ (get it from the market)
RC 3
  • Now using Platypus Kernel! (Thanks Zach!)
  • Fully implemented Live OC into Platypus Kernel (Get NS Tools from market)
  • Slow USB transfer speed FIXED
  • All sensors are now working perfectly
  • Videos will now save when stopping recording -
  • 720p recording improved!
  • External SD corruption *SHOULD* be fixed
  • Camera now has Touch to Focus!
  • Camera Zoom now works
  • You can now choose the USB protocol (settings>storage>press menu>"USB computer connection")
RC 2.11
  • proximity sensor fix
RC 2.1
  • Kernel recompiled (glitch splashscreen)
  • Fixed superuser
  • Better boot animation
  • Contacts and dialer now have T9 search
RC 2
  • Based on Glitch Kernel!!!
  • Live OC
  • Auto brightness is now fixed
  • WiFi tether is working now
RC 1
  • Brightness issue's fixed
  • Calendar sync is now working
  • Video recording is now working
  • Video playback is now working
  • Full hardware acceleration
  • Full Google Apps suite
  • Market updated to latest version
Beta 3
  • ROM is now based on Android 4.0.3
  • Mass Storage mode is now working
  • RIL is now working fine
  • Bluetooth is now working fine
  • Wi-Fi is now working fine
  • Overall speed increase
  • ROM is much more stable
Beta 2
  • Adb now works at boot
  • PIN lock should work now
  • Nandroid now works
  • Fixed Market download problem
  • Minor fixes (code cleanup)

Edited by cantIntoCode, 24 March 2012 - 08:44 PM.

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OP cantIntoCode

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Posted 24 March 2012 - 08:08 PM #3

Known Issues
  • Lockscreen occasionally does not react to touch
  • Formatting external sd formats internal
  • Facebook sync pictures are low res(but at least it works)probably not fixable from our end
Make sure to check this out.

Edited by cantIntoCode, 24 March 2012 - 08:13 PM.

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sbnaul

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Posted 25 March 2012 - 01:17 AM #4

:D:D:D
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sbnaul

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Posted 25 March 2012 - 01:19 AM #5

The gallery... .nomedia support...
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OP cantIntoCode

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Posted 25 March 2012 - 01:50 AM #6

:D:D:D


Happy to see us here :) ?

The gallery... .nomedia support...


I'm sorry what? Please be more specific...
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sbnaul

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Posted 25 March 2012 - 01:23 PM #7

I always prefer certain data to be hidden from the gallery...

So i use the .nomedia file...

But here even after pasting it in sme folder the images and videos of that folder shows up in the gallery...

Contents placed in Android/data and gameloft/games are the only places where the .nomedia files seem to be supported...

Btw third party apps ve no such prob and hides the files properly... (eg. MX Video Player)...

:D:rolleyes::D
Thanks to the entire team for bringing ics to our beloved sgs...

Edit : i use the .nomedia file which was already presnt in Android/data...

Edited by sbnaul, 25 March 2012 - 01:30 PM.

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OP cantIntoCode

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Posted 25 March 2012 - 09:58 PM #8

I always prefer certain data to be hidden from the gallery...

So i use the .nomedia file...

But here even after pasting it in sme folder the images and videos of that folder shows up in the gallery...

Contents placed in Android/data and gameloft/games are the only places where the .nomedia files seem to be supported...

Btw third party apps ve no such prob and hides the files properly... (eg. MX Video Player)...

:D:rolleyes::D
Thanks to the entire team for bringing ics to our beloved sgs...

Edit : i use the .nomedia file which was already presnt in Android/data...


Weird, after a quick Google search it looks like this is a Honeycomb / Ice Cream Sandwich problem and hopefully this solution will work for yourself:

Place .nomedia files in all the folders you do not want displayed in Gallery

Go to settings - apps - gallery
Clear cache, clear data, force close

Go to settings - apps - media storage
Clear cache, clear data, force close

Turn phone off, turn back on.
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sbnaul

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Posted 26 March 2012 - 12:07 PM #9

Yeah... :D

That did the job... Thanks :rolleyes:
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OP cantIntoCode

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Posted 26 March 2012 - 12:30 PM #10

Little teaser :)


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Edited by cantIntoCode, 27 March 2012 - 06:24 PM.

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Current Device: Samsung Galaxy S III