A few hours ago the CM build servers did the first official nightly build for the HTC One.
Currently we’re supporting the GSM variant (m7) and the Sprint variant (m7wls).
As soon as the Verizon variant (m7wlv) gets released, we’ll try to support it too.
Thanks to all who made this possible. Incredible work!
HTC One (GSM): http://www.get.cm/?device=m7
HTC One (Sprint): http://www.get.cm/?device=m7wls
The next round of nightly builds will bring support for the Xperia T, V, Z and ZL.
Unofficial builds are around for some time via Freexperia, but now these devices are officially supported.
Everything seems to be working except video recording (little audio issue) and hdmi out.
Both issues should be fixed soon.
In case you haven’t noticed yet.
There are experimental builds of CyanogenMod 10.1 for the Sony Xperia Z available since 20130326.
FreeXperia Project Website:
Camera isn’t working yet, but that’s just a matter of time.
Everything else seems to run pretty good and solid.
Received the Xperia Z today.
Well, this thing is “big”. It’s not much bigger than my Nexus 4, but it’s looking damn gigantic.But don’t panic, it’s fitting well into trouser pockets.
The package has everything included you would expect from such a phone.
Charger, USB-Cable, earphones, manuals and the sony typical screen protectors.
One pair is already on the device (front + back) and another pair is in the box.
And surprise, surprise, there’s a charging-dock included.
My first impression is very good.
Feels very solid and looks great, sound is good, the screen looks natural and is very sharp.
The 13mp camera seems to do a good job and the software is sony typical clean and well organized. It seems that you can add a wrist-band at the right-bottom edge to prevent the phone from dropping out of your hands. Pretty cool idea.
I’ll test this device with stock software for a few days and will report back then. I’ll also post some photos done with the camera.
I’m going to have a shower now… WITH PHONE!!!
Edit: Check this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o3yMw2L3tJA
No, i’m not dead. Just wasn’t motivated enough to do a new post.
A few weeks ago the Note 2 LTE (t0lte) community donated a device to me. Straight after that it got official CM nightlies.
I also did a port for the S III LTE (GT-I9305), but since i don’t own this device i didn’t make it a officially supported device. mcampbellsmith from the xda community wants to support the device besides me, so nightlies will start soon.
The Samsung devices I currently own (i9100, i9100g, i9300, i9305, t0lte, p5100) are the last ones i will officially support. Some of them might be dropped with the next big android release. Yes, i’ll NOT touch the Galaxy S 4 and whatever comes after it.
From now on every new device will be from Sony or from other manufacturers that don’t treat the community like crap. Bye bye Samsung.
Can’t wait to get my fingers onto a Xperia Z.
And another one.
A few minutes ago i’ve released experimental builds for the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1″ via XDA.
Yep, it’s booted. But we’re having big problems with the hwcomposer again.
Once the screen went of for the first time, it will never come back on.
Oh it will, but just to play the CRT-off animation.
In short: currently not usable.
GT-I9100 still dead.
In case you didn’t notice yet:
My favourite Samsung Phone, the Galaxy S II I9100G (omap), already got a little Android 4.2 release a few days ago.
Took me around 1-2 hours of work without any pain and it was done. Fully done.
All components are already working, so this can be used as daily driver.
In case any I9100 or I9300 user wants to know the state for the Exynos devices:
Exynos phones and tablets are fully dead again.
- Chipset: Qualcomm Snapdragon™ S4 Pro processor with 1.5GHz Quad-Core Krait CPUs
- Operating System: Android 4.2, Jelly Bean
- Network: 3G (WCDMA), HSPA+
- Display: 4.7-inch WXGA True HD IPS Plus (1280 x 768 pixels)
- Memory: 8GB / 16GB
- RAM: 2GB
- Camera: 8.0MP rear / 1.3MP HD front
- Battery: 2,100mAh Li-Polymer (embedded) / Talk time: 15.3 hours / Standby: 390 hours
- Size: 133.9 x 68.7 x 9.1mm
- Weight: 139g
- Other: Wireless charging, NFC
It will be available to purchase in both an 8GB version and a 16GB version on Google Play™ starting November 13 in the US, UK, Canada, Germany, France, Spain and Australia. Offline availability in Europe, Central/South Americas, Asia, CIS and the Middle East will begin from the end of November.
Nexus 4 at Google Play Store: https://play.google.com/store/devices/details?id=nexus_4_16gb
Let’s assume the price is real and christmas is near… bad days for samsung with their Galaxy S III incoming.