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I currently have a pipo m9 max with the goodix Touchscreen (custom kernels don't work), I noticed a new kitkat Build is out for the v88, I may update to it as it has all the compatibility zips but just want to ask is it compatible with the goodix touchscreen and fully working/stable? Oh also is the partition size changeable? I don't need 6.5gb, hell the only way I use 4gb on kasty ROMs is by moving apps to tablet storage which I wouldn't have to do if that space was used for the other partition
Just asking as I'm currently on the 30/11 kasty build and although I get the occasional freeze and it takes about 3 minutes to start up I don't want to wipe if there's going to be issues.
Anyyyway the main point of this is cm10, I tried your cm build a few months ago but WiFi wasn't working at all, I'd really like to use it as my main rom so I'm wondering if either there is plans to continue working on updated cm builds or is there a working WiFi fix that I don't know about?
One more thing actually haha,any plans to make cwm compatible zips to avoid full wipes all the time
I'm willing to help in anyway I can so if you need anything from me to help please let me know 😀
Thanks in advance
Kernel no 3G: http://crewrktablets.arctablet.com/?wpfb_dl=740
KitKat build: http://crewrktablets.arctablet.com/?p=2736
CM10.1 build: http://crewrktablets.arctablet.com/?p=1950
Both builds are fully functional on your tab.
Mounting and partitions are always different, so Flashtool is the way.
Don't think too much about the 6,5 GB ... KitKat is different
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Upon trying to install the cm 10.1 build the touchscreen doesnt work. If i then flash the kernel separately which i know works then flash the nand zip upon rebooting it just goes back to cwm and wont boot into android. If i try to flash the kernel i know works with all other files (boot/recovery etc) i get ERROR: Download File Failed ERROR: Run failed. This is due to the size of the kernel (16mb vs the 8mb kernel you linked). The only kernel that seems to work with my tablet is the one i have attached to this post. I assume i am getting this error due to the parameter settings. Any chance you can look into this for me or provide a parameter file that accounts for the larger kernel?
The kitkat build however works with the kernel linked to this post
Ok, this is a dumped kernel. From which firmware is it? Do you have the recovery.img?
Here is a fix to correct screen orientation in KitKat: http://crewrktablets.arctablet.com/?wpfb_dl=1428
- Oma -
The kernel is from the 30\11\13 build available here iirc:http://www.arctablet.com/blog/forum/pipo-max-m9/rom-pipo-m9-custom-root-android-4-2-2-firmware-version-1-0-9-20131130/
Normal kernel size
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Workaroud for cam: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=46671244&postcount=804
- Oma -
When I flashed the cRom v2.1 to my Pipo M9 Max, on reboot the screen went black with backlight on, and the camera light came on. I let it sit and tried again. I could not get the V88 to do anything. It would not boot in to recovery or anything. I went a flash the earlier back up I had and it working again. Any advice would be great....
Sounds like you flashed the V88 kernel into your tab. Try again with the Pipo M9 max kernel.
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- Oma -
After a few hours of use, everything is awesome.
My AnTuTu benchmark is 20081. Of course this is with my 1.8 kernel and tweaks made to the settings.
Battery has been great so far, 7 hours no charge and been using and testing. Still has 72%.
The one issue I have run across is the video playing. If I have the tablet in standard landscape mod the sound will come out no video, turn it to portrait mode either way, the video plays, If I put tablet in 180 dergree landscape mode, meaning camera on the bottom the video plays just fine. rotate it back to normal landscape mode the image freezes however sounds keeps going. I am ok with it, but looking for a fix.
'Note it does it in Mplayer and default video player. However my video on volcano players plays fine no problems, the uverse live TV app has to start in portrait and then can rotate any direction.'
Great Job Oma
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