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[ROM] (Nexus Q)uantum Singularity Project Phase 1-4 v1.0.2

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OP Lokifish Marz

Lokifish Marz

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Posted 29 October 2012 - 01:24 PM #1

(Nexus Q)uantum Singularity Project

Phase 1-4 v1.0.2

As the "Doom Song" plays in the background...

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As Jeddak of Research, I am here to inform you that

The Martian Imperium has acquired a (Nexus Q)uantum Singularity.

The universe has been warned.




Phase 1: Tablet UI DONE
Phase 2: Android File Server DONE (can be applied using Phase 3 MOD)
Phase 3: Android Site Server DONE
Phase 4: LinuxonAndroid support DONE
Phase 5: Connected Home This gives you an idea as to the possibilities
Phase 6: Sony SmartWatch Integration (treaty with Canada pending)
Phase 7: Full Linux install
Phase 8: Phases 1-5 moved to full Linux install

This a Phase One Release.
  • Based on stock 4.0.4 build IAN67K
  • Deodexed
  • Zip aligned
  • init.d Support
  • Busybox updated
  • Prerooted
  • Superuser
  • Dual Mode Enabled (Stock Q features and Nova Launcher)
  • Updated Keymap (Home=Home, End=Back, Delete=Menu, Insert=Stock Visualizer)
  • ROMToolbox lite
  • Catlog
  • kWS Server Free
  • Tablet Remote
  • Ubuntu Installer Free
  • Zumocast
Installation:
  • Download it
  • adb push to /sdcard/
  • Use birdman's [Beta-CWM] to flash ROM and if so desired, gapps
  • *In Beta-CWM, if you move back and forth between first and last items on list you can enable "back" button
  • Flash ICS gapps (just in case there's junk in the truck, hard reset after flashing)
  • reboot
Working:
Almost Everything

Broken/Incompatible:
Play Store (even with every hack/mod I could find, many apps show as "incompatible")
Talk (crash on launch, simply uninstall using ROMToolbox)
Bluetooth pairing (Go here for workaround)

Not Installed:
Wallpaper support
Notifcation Bar

Suggested apps:
(may need to pull it from third party markets or sideload)
BSPlayer
Netflix

Suggested Setup:
If you are going to use a KB/Mouse, forget BT and get a regular wireless combo. Here's what I'm using and why a wireless is better than BT.
  • No need for pairing or drivers
  • In CW Recovery the keymap is Up=Up, Down=Down, Enter=Select, Bksp=Back
  • Most KB/Mouse combos have media keys that are already mapped
I have not installed any init.d scripts except for a test script.

I will continue to work on this as time allows. Enjoy and build some ROMs!

Edited by Lokifish Marz, 05 November 2012 - 02:11 PM.

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OP Lokifish Marz

Lokifish Marz

Member

Posted 29 October 2012 - 01:25 PM #2

Credits now applied to install script

OneClickRestore.zip pure stock firmware with needed fastboot files included

(Nexus Q)uantum Singularity Project RTS for those that need a tuned stock ROM
  • Based on stock 4.0.4 build IAN67K
  • Deodexed
  • Zip aligned
  • init.d Support
  • bash support
  • Busybox updated
  • Prerooted
  • Superuser
  • Updated Keymap (Home=Home, End=Back, Delete=Menu, Insert=Visualizer)
ChangeLog
v1.0.2
Phases 1-4 completed
"Dual Mode" enabled
kWS Server Free added
LinuxonAndroid Free added
TagWriter Free added
Couple of config tweaks


v1.0.1
Clean rebuild from scratch (forgot to deodex HubBroker and Visualizations in v1.0.0)
Updated Keymap (Home=Home, End=Back, Delete=Menu)
Added Tablet Remote
Added Zumocast

v1.0.0
Initial release

Edited by Lokifish Marz, 05 November 2012 - 02:13 PM.

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OP Lokifish Marz

Lokifish Marz

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Posted 31 October 2012 - 03:12 PM #3

Needs tuning but the next release will cover Phases 1-4.
Here's the POC for Phase 3 aspect of the next release. Imperium Website hosted on the NexusQ using a beta of the next release.The entire site is running on the Q while it's still being used as a Q. Add in live, on device, site edits and updates and you get the idea as to where this can go.

Edited by Lokifish Marz, 31 October 2012 - 09:59 PM.

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UKROB

UKROB

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Posted 01 November 2012 - 09:21 AM #4

Needs tuning but the next release will cover Phases 1-4.
Here's the POC for Phase 3 aspect of the next release. Imperium Website hosted on the NexusQ using a beta of the next release.The entire site is running on the Q while it's still being used as a Q. Add in live, on device, site edits and updates and you get the idea as to where this can go.


amazing man.. can't wait for the next phases. having a notification bar is going to help a lot too :)
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OP Lokifish Marz

Lokifish Marz

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Posted 01 November 2012 - 03:53 PM #5

v1.0.2 released! Still have a number of things to do but hopefully I can get other devs in on this. Phases 5 and 6 may be skipped for now as I don't have the needed hardware for either.
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nakedninja42

nakedninja42

Android Beginner

Posted 02 November 2012 - 07:57 AM #6

Awesome work Lokifish Marz! As soon as time permits (hoping this weekend) I will flash your ROM on my Q and see what I can do to contribute. I am amazed with what you've accomplished already!! Thanks for taking the time for this project.
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chambo622

chambo622

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Posted 03 November 2012 - 12:01 PM #7

Sorry to be obtuse - does this ROM still include all of the default Nexus Q functionality?
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UKROB

UKROB

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Posted 03 November 2012 - 12:09 PM #8

Yes this ROM Includes all of the default functionality plus extra functioning, eg - updated keymap for easier use, and tablet UI etc.
Superuser etc preinstalled

List is in post #1.
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OP Lokifish Marz

Lokifish Marz

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Posted 07 November 2012 - 10:57 AM #9

Question- What additional features would you like to see on the Q? So far I have additional features added;
Dual Mode
Browser
Clock
LinuxonAndroid support
Email
FTP/HTTP Server
Limited but functional Play Store
G+ services like Messenger and Stream
NTFS support when combined with StickMount
Zumocast
WiiMote as remote works with the proper app installed


Some things like are problematic as the kernel (no source) lacks needed services but I will work to find a solution.
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soccerwuedo5

soccerwuedo5

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Posted 07 November 2012 - 12:13 PM #10

Question- What additional features would you like to see on the Q? So far I have additional features added;


Just flashed this the other day on the Q (CWM is a mess!), looks and works great! I initially thought a launcher was included, but Nova has been working great for me (used Trebuchet before and found it slightly lacking, sorry CM).

The ONE thing I would love to see is implementation (option?) of statusbar/navbar/onscreen buttons. I don't think everyone would be interested in this, but maybe it could be implemented like the "Expanded Desktop" option in the power menu of CM10, Paranoid Android, and a few other roms right now. I ask because I would love to have the OPTION of using this as a completely touch-like device with only a mouse in the OTG cable.

Since the above is a counter intuitive, completely optional element, I have to say that this rom is great. It has been a smooth, quick experience thus far. Great work.
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