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AOSP (Android Open-Source Project) is the project with the open-source parts of Android. It's used as a base by anyone who wants to build or customize an Android ROM. Although new Android features are developed in secret inside Google, when a new Android version is released, all the code changes to the open-source parts get merged into AOSP soon afterwards. ...
When referring to AOSP - you are referring to the original source - Android Open Source Project direct from Google, that is the base stock ROM that manufacturers and ROM modders use as a base. Many ROM makers fork the AOSP source for their version, to name but a few: Cyanogenmod Cafogen Replicant Codeaurora AOKP Touchwiz Having an AOSP stock ROM is not ...
As long as the gapps pack API number requirement is equal or lower then the rom API number they should work
Make a backup of your data first. every folder and file in the /sdcard/data directory is 0 bytes. This looks like a corrupted filesystem or a defective sdcard (see correction). Especially, folders have a usual minimum size of 4.0K. I'd suggest you to back up your data first, then check for errors: Does "dmesg" show filesystem errors on mmcblk0 or ...
A few things that will do you good before you start resolving this issue. This issue has been around since CM 9 and has been inherited by CM 10. While ROM Manager (and not CWM) was the culprit some time ago, the issue has since been resolved by them. The .nomedia file you are looking for should be inside /sdcard/Android/data. It may not be there but can't ...
As a final resort, I tried doing a full wipe and reinstalling CM10 M1 completely, without restoring any settings or apps from any old installations. The issue still persists! Any files created with my now "old" CM10 installation no longer appear, even when they are moved within a folder where other "new" files are shown and working. Switching back to AOKP ...
In Android, every package is cryptographically signed by its author. To be an upgrade, the new package has to be signed with the same key as the old package. Since packages can read previous versions' data files, this is an important security precaution. The error you get tells you that the update you're trying to install was not signed using the same key ...
It's weird that your ringtones are still incompatible after conversion to the Ogg Vorbis format, because it (as you probably already know) is what Android's native ringtones come in. Since you mentioned that you put your files in /system/media/audio/ringtones, it is worth a try to check and set the permissions of your files. It's as easy as chmod 0644 ...
AFAIK the default Android launcher does NOT allow you to do this. However, there are some launchers available on Play Store which let you do this. Regina 3D Launcher is one of them. The other option I see is what you are already doing, using a live wallpaper like MultiPicture Live Wallpaper. (I have mentioned some popular apps to do this, there are ...
Hope this isn't patronising, but did you go to sound settings and check that the "safe headset volume" button is deselected?
I eventually found the cause of the issue to be in the screen-off animations in the display settings. I had the 'Electron Beam' animation selected, I disabled the screen off animation and the wake-locks stopped.
Create an ext4 partition with 1Gb space (for example). Then, the first time you enter the ROM, type in terminal emulator: su a2sd xdata y y Now, you have 1Gb internal memory.
How long have you used the feature? On my GNex, it took roughly 2 work weeks for the feature to adapt to my work hours, which are 8:00-16:00, so not that complicated. If you're working in shifts or by some other schedule, it might take longer for the feature to learn when to show which destination.
The answer is no, you cannot, because ROM Control is an app that is geared and orientated towards Android 4 and in this instance AOKP, hence internal API's are different. Back porting it into a non-ICS/non-AOKP ROM may fail due to the dependencies on the aspect of AOKP, such as settings, and ICS internals are vastly different to non-ICS code. If you are a ...
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