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[ROM][ICS][AOSP] Lenovo Ideapad K1

2012-08-11, 15:12 PM

I thought it was best to seperate the threads. This is my AOSP build of Android 4.0.4 ICS. 

Includes

  • Android ICS 4.0.4
  • ClockworkMod Recovery 6.0.1.0
  • Google Apps
  • Rooted version includes Superuser and busybox


Issues

  • Video Camera face effects
  • Rotation Lock Switch (Software switch works)


Downloads

As always flash at your own risk. I'm not responsible for your device.

Nvflash versions

K1_ICS_AOSP_Rooted_R2.zip
bcb2bc4149e780148b27e2e842f3f0c3

K1_ICS_AOSP_Stock_R2.zip
b359ec6a06289ccf8c6b83f07346be17

CWM versions

CWM_K1_ICS_AOSP_Rooted_R2.zip
bcb2bc4149e780148b27e2e842f3f0c3

CWM_K1_ICS_AOSP_Stock_R2.zip
b359ec6a06289ccf8c6b83f07346be17

Instructions

Nvflash version

1. Download one of the packages above and extract it to a directory
2. Power off device
3. Press and hold both the Vol + and Vol - buttons
4. While holding both Volume buttons power the tablet on
5. The screen should go black and the two front LED's should remain lit. You are now in APX mode
6. Connect your device to USB
7a) Windows: Install the APX drivers from the 'drivers' folder
Double click the 'flash-windows.bat' file
7b) Linux: run 'chmod +x flash-linux.sh && sudo ./flash-linux.sh' from the extracted directory

CWM version

1. Download one of the CWM_K1_*.zip versions and move to external sdcard
2. Reboot into recovery
3. Install zip from sdcard
4. Choose zip from sdcard
5. Flash the update.

How to boot into recovery

Non-rooted version
1. Make sure you have the Android SDK installed. http://developer.android.com/sdk/index.html
2. Make sure USB Debugging is enabled on the tablet. Go to Settings > Developers options > and check "USB Debugging"
3. Connect the device to USB
4. Open a terminal or command prompt window and type

adb shell k1recovery
 
Rooted version

From a Terminal Application
Run the follow two commands

su
k1recovery

From adb
1. Make sure you have the Android SDK installed. http://developer.android.com/sdk/index.html
2. Make sure USB Debugging is enabled on the tablet. Go to Settings > Developers options > and check "USB Debugging"
3. Connect the device to USB
4. Open a terminal or command prompt window and type

adb shell k1recovery

Changelog

8/11/2012 R2
-Fixed external sdcard permissions
-Fixed keylayout
-Modifed build.prop to spoof Moto Xoom (App compatibility) 

7/31/2012 R1
-Initial Release

Source Code
http://github.com/khanning

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08-02-2012

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Re: [ROM][ICS][AOSP] Lenovo Ideapad K1

2012-08-11, 16:48 PM
Thank you, khanning.
I'm currently running your CM9 ROM on my K1. It runs smooth and great, despite some minor problems such as No AM/PM style and app incompatibility.
Do you have any plan on Jelly Bean?
Thanks.
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Re: [ROM][ICS][AOSP] Lenovo Ideapad K1

2012-08-11, 17:43 PM

I downloaded and installed the Rooted version - but I end up with the Stock version after the install.   SuperUser is installed, but SU returrns "denied",. and when I re-run flash-win - it says it is installing the stock version.

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Re: [ROM][ICS][AOSP] Lenovo Ideapad K1

2012-08-11, 18:03 PM

wrote:

I downloaded and installed the Rooted version - but I end up with the Stock version after the install.   SuperUser is installed, but SU returrns "denied",. and when I re-run flash-win - it says it is installing the stock version.


Sorry about that. I realized the issue and re-uploaded the package. If you don't want to reflash and you have adb set up you can run

adb remount
adb shell chmod 06755 /system/bin/su

Otherwise just re-download the package and flash it.

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12-15-2011

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Re: [ROM][ICS][AOSP] Lenovo Ideapad K1

2012-08-11, 18:41 PM
Spoofing the Zoom appears to reduce Netflix resolution (video icons are 3x bigger than they appeared with AOSP R1). Replacing the build.prop lines with those below seemed to fix this the Netflix resolution and not impact compatability with Chrome and Google Maps.

ro.product.model=S2110
ro.product.manufacturer=Lenovo

I'm also noticing choppy animation (especially apparent when switching between Play Music to home screen) but as another noted, disabling animation via Dev settings eliminates the choppiness. Thanks for all the effort on these ROMs.
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Re: [ROM][ICS][AOSP] Lenovo Ideapad K1

2012-08-11, 18:56 PM

Maybe you should write in the Issues Section, that the 3G don't work, too.

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Re: [ROM][ICS][AOSP] Lenovo Ideapad K1

2012-08-11, 19:49 PM
I lost my usb cable. D: Any other way to get into recovery? My device is not rooted.
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Re: [ROM][ICS][AOSP] Lenovo Ideapad K1

2012-08-11, 20:25 PM
I have same situation. When trying the adb process, i get message that adb remount is not a recognized command. Using Win 7. Any ideas.
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Re: [ROM][ICS][AOSP] Lenovo Ideapad K1

2012-08-11, 20:44 PM
Any way I can flash directly from the internal sd card? (since I don't have an external one)
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Re: [ROM][ICS][AOSP] Lenovo Ideapad K1

2012-08-11, 22:52 PM

wrote:
Any way I can flash directly from the internal sd card? (since I don't have an external one)

If you have a smart phone you probably have a MicroSD card there you could use. One of the first things I did when I got my K1 was bought a 32gig card for it giving me 64gig total. You can run to Walmart and get a 4gig pretty cheap.

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