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khanning
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[ROM][JB][AOSP] Lenovo Ideapad K1

This is an AOSP Jellybean build for the Lenovo Ideapad K1.

 

The nvflash package will will wipe your entire system. You will lose all data except what is stored on the EXTERNAL sdcard.

 

You can use the CWM package if you are already using an Ideapad Rom that includes Clockwork Mod recovery. You will need to wipe data before flashing the CWM package.

 

Includes

-Android Jellybean 4.1.1
-nvflash package includes krook1's ClockworkMod Recovery 6.0.1.1 build that supports both internal and external sdcard
-JB Google Apps
-OTA-UpdateCenter support for future OTA updates
-Reboot option in power menu
-Superuser

Issues
-Video Camera face effects
-Rotation Lock Switch (Software switch works)
-Auto brightness
-3G support

Downloads

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

 

Nvflash versions

K1_JB_AOSP.zip
f15609a8bd98d0a39f838b29f0c6df59

 

CWM versions

CWM_K1_JB_AOSP.zip
ac961c73a9a5792a6c7b049937d43fdf

 

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. [url]http://developer.android.com/sdk/index.html[/url]
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. [url]http://developer.android.com/sdk/index.html[/url]
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

8/19/2012
-Initial Release

 

Source Code
http://github.com/khanning

 

 

Donation link at XDA

RomeoHotel
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Re: [ROM][JB][AOSP] Lenovo Ideapad K1 [CM10 or AOSP?]

Khanning - what differences are there between your AOSP 4.1.1 release and krook1's JB CM10 release?  Can you telll us the pros/cons of loading one vs. the other?

 
Here's what I did to get his CM10 on my K1:
1. Installed Khanning's K1_ICS_120607_Rooted pack
2. Installed Krook1's K1_CM10_JB_Starter_v2
3. Boot into recovery
4. Installed gapps-jb-20120726-signed.zip

 

Thanks!

bkfk
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Re: [ROM][JB][AOSP] Lenovo Ideapad K1

Can you go directly to JB from Honeycomb or do you need to go to ICS first?

mclandytm
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Re: [ROM][JB][AOSP] Lenovo Ideapad K1

khanning, can you reconfirm the hash on the Nvflash version?  I'm getting 25F84B47420098D8C54195D84B3E13E3

 

Also, does this JB version have (or need) the build.prop, keylayout, and external sdcard permissions fixes that were in the ICS AOSP release?

 

Thanks

 

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

thanks for this great contribution khanning JB AOSP trying to provide information and assistance to all Latino friends

¡Un saludo!



Es importante recalcar también que los foros suplementan los recursos de los usuarios de Lenovo pero no reemplazan el servicio técnico oficial. Para un listado de números de servicio sigue el enlace: Numeros de Soporte

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RomeoHotel
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Re: [ROM][JB][AOSP] Lenovo Ideapad K1

More details please. Are you on stock HC?
bkfk
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Re: [ROM][JB][AOSP] Lenovo Ideapad K1

I'm running the original HC version that came installed on the K1.

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

Ok, then the answer is yes.  You'll need to:

On a Windows 7 PC
1. download and extract khanning's latest AOSP JB package to your PC

2. install the APX drivers on your PC

3. reboot the PC
4. boot the tablet into APX mode (hold down both volume up/down and press the power button)
5. connect your K1 to your PC via the supplied USB cable
6. open the K1_JB_AOSP directory and run the file called  flash-win.bat
7. the application will do the rest and will open a command window
8. once the install is complete your K1 will boot, you can remove the USB cable and you'll be on JB 4.1.1

ronimus
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Re: [ROM][JB][AOSP] Lenovo Ideapad K1

I am on the Rooted version of HC, is it safe to install JB ?

Thanks
jromn
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Re: [ROM][JB][AOSP] Lenovo Ideapad K1

Excellent ROM, thanks again for all of the effort that goes into making these. I have not run into any compatibility problems, the window animation is very smooth and the tablet is extremely fast and responsive (dare I say it would now be hard tell apart from our iPad).

One minor, minor, minor bug to note: the WIFI indicator icon in the lower right does not currently show signal strength.

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