Konao94 Posted January 27, 2013 Share Posted January 27, 2013 (edited) CyanogenMod 10.1 pour l'Huawei Ascend G300 Cette ROM est utilisable qu'avec le baseband 2030 , pour l'obtenir , il faut passer de GingerBread à ICS officiel. Sources: github.com/Dazzozo & github.com/androidarmv6 Téléchargement : ROM disponible sur le GetCm de Dazzozo : ROM: http://getcm.thebron...m/?device=u8815 GOOGLE APPS (01/03/2013): http://goo.im/gapps/...0301-signed.zip FAQ: Comment avoir les options développeurs ? Paramètre - A propos du téléphone - Tapoter le numéro de build plusieurs fois Comment avoir la radio FM ? Spirit FM supporte le G300 depuis le 21/12. Pourquoi je n'ai pas la nouveauté "photo sphère" ? Le G300 n'a pas de gyroscope. La mode "photo sphère" est basé sur celui ci , donc pas possible. CHANGELOG : Changes in nightly builds since R4: Reverted the change to memory sizes, caused reboots (thanks kra1o5) Removed power HAL, improves battery life (thanks kra1o5) Fixed VOIP audio routing, e.g Viber (thanks ezeteze) Possible "fix" for signal drops? Maybe... Nightlies build now available 2 8/04/2013 - R4 Revert to 2030 RIL, should still work on 109808 baseband Switched back to noop scheduler, makes a massive performance difference Caved to peer pressure and reduced mdp/adsp memory sizes, saves 15mb RAM Disable CPU idle, improves battery (thanks kra1o5) Changed backlight values (thanks kra1o5) Enabled volume rocker wake setting Enabled expanded desktop setting Set max background apps to 10 Reverted lights HAL changes Fixed device hardware keys value Enabled screen on when USB unplugged Minor clean ups 02/04/2013 - R3 CM now works on both basebands (in a single zip) with some minor caveats:Bluetooth MAC address is wrong under the 109808 baseband, since the serial number of the device is used for it, which differs from the MAC address on 109808. A solution is still being found. No overclocking on 109808 yet. [*]Fixed "adb root" locking adb until the USB was replugged [*]Fixed Wi-Fi tethering (thanks kra1o5) [*]Changes to power HAL which was apparently causing a lot of the battery drain [*]Major changes to Bluetooth - shouldn't crap out anymore but there may still be a few oddities (such as disabling), still working on it. [*]Minor optimisations [*]Switch to filesystem mounter (Jelly Bean style) instead of manually mounting partitions [*]Removed some junk Qualcomm LTE services and other crap [*]Changes to Lights HAL - should fix all bugs with blinking [*]Completely new kernel based on the latest Huawei release, used the opportunity to fix some minor irritants [*]Fixed light sensor [*]Fixed weird bugs that appeared in R2 after the 4.2.2 merge 16/02/2013 - R2 Update to Android 4.2.2 (MR1.1), things to note:ADB now requires you to approve the PC you're using it at on the device Bluetooth is a little more temperamental than on 4.2.1. When disabling, "Bluetooth Share" will force close. Stuff and things are faster in kilofasts Voice call changes Lockscreen lag fixed Minor KGSL tweaks Fix an error in the video driver and a load of kmsg spam Minor changes to power profile for battery stats (thanks kra1o5) Remove MR0 audio blobs, fix audio properly (thanks adfad666) Add extra check in power HAL to ensure governor is ondemand 27/01/2013 - R1 Initial release. http://www.modaco.co...t-updated-2701/ Edited May 27, 2013 by Konao94 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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