[ROM][WIP] CM10.2 Badadroid v3.1 for WAVE 1 and WAVE 2

V 3.1

Hi All,

So once again it’s time to upgrade our project to Android 4.3.1
Previous versions:
CM10: forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1851818
CM10.1: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show….php?t=2400126

Let’s emphasize that– THIS IS AN ALPHA, RELEASED FOR YOU TO PLAY WITH AND GET A SENSE OF WHAT’S TO COME. AND SOME THINGS DOESN’T WORK. REALLY. IF YOU ARE EXPECTING ANYTHING CLOSE TO PERFECTION, WALK AWAY FROM YOUR COMPUTER, LOWER YOUR EXPECTATIONS FOR AN HOUR OR SO, THEN COME BACK. MORE EXCITED. DISCLAIMERS/WARNINGS ARE  ALL IN CAPITAL LETTERS AND CAN BE FOUND BELOW. READ THEM.

FEATURES
Android 4.3.1
CM sources of 21.10.2013
Updated to linux kernel version 3.0.101
270 MB RAM

KNOWN BUGS (what doesn’t work):
- Network registration don’t work with some SIM cards
- GPS – http://forum.xda-developers.com/show…postcount=1371
- Conference Calls
- Some problems with audio codec settings, but generally it should
- Impossible to shut down phone in android, only restart
– Don’t leave phone charging without supervising – if it gets enormously hot, disconnect it – this can literally blow up battery as there is no overheating protection yet. Do not leave it connected on 100% – it’ll discharge by 1% all the time, and then recharge, which is very unhealthy for battery.
Maybe something else, what i forgot
FIRST INSTALLATION
Bada 2.0 is required

  1. Enter Bada Settings->General->Memory and make sure you have at least:
    370MB of free “System” memory
    160MB of free “User” memory
    400MB of free “Applications” memory
  2. Download BOOTFILES, armlinux_boot for your device:
    for 8500:
    http://yadi.sk/d/W4RjnjQRC6TfP
    http://yadi.sk/d/Yz7_dfpkC6TkC
    for 8530
    http://yadi.sk/d/kxJ0CZ20C7AKF
    http://yadi.sk/d/zqzWZ9LmC7AJA
    (please pay attention if it’s S8500 or S8530 BOOTFILES and FOTA you’re choosing!):
  3. Download ROM from CHANGELOG section
  4. Start Bada.
  5. Extract zImage from zip and copy it to the Bada’s User partition (the one about 390MB big).
  6. Copy whole .zip to the Bada’s User partition or SD Card.
  7. Flash BOOTFILES and FOTA using Multiloader.
  8. Reboot the phone holding Power and Call key.
  9. FOTA set of red messages should appear, after about 15seconds Badadroid logo shows up.
  10. Be patient, first bootup will keep unresponsible on Badadroid logo for up to 5 minutes.
  11. CWM Recovery starts, pick:
    – “install zip”
    - “choose zip from from storage/sdcard1″
    (Bada’s User partition) or “choose zip from storage/sdcard0″(SD Card)
    – cm-10.2-wave-<release id>.zip
    - Yes – install
  12. Reboot holding the Power key

You can remove installation .zip from the User partition from Android level by connecting through USB in MTP mode.
Do not remove zImage file.
Normal bootup is available using Power+Call keys
CWM Recovery mode is available using Power+Volume Up keys
CWM Flashing does overwrite zImage. So every next update you can just flash .zip through CWM.

After first installation i recommend to disable Screen-off Animation by Settings->Display-> uncheck Scren-off animation
And also for better performance activate zRAM. Settings->Performance->Memory Management->zRam-> and choice Value. I use 26%
For activation Performance and Developer Options categories in Settings you need Settings->About Phone and tap 7 times on Build number

GAPPS
GAPPS makes the ROM slowl, because even the slim GAPPS occupies about 15-20 MB RAM permanently
SLIM GAPPS http://d-h.st/mBO from http://forum.xda-developers.com/show…php?p=47934744
Minimized by -CALIBAN666- from PA GAPPS: [url]http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2397942
Inside: Play Store, GoogleContactsSyncAdapter, GoogleBackupTransport, GoogleLoginService, GoogleServicesFramework, OneTimeinitializer, SetupWizard, The needed xml`s,lib`s+jar`s

HOW TO UNINSTALL

Copy CM10Remove.zip to the Bada’s User partition.
Reboot the phone to Recovery Mode.
CWM Recovery starts, pick:
- install zip from sdcard
- choose zip from sdcard
- CM10Remove.zip
- Yes – install
Reboot holding the Power key

cf2.me/2S0p  ( CM10Remove.zip originally created by Volk204)

THANKS TO
Special thanks to Rebellos for his CM10 ROM, for his good sources and many time, what he spent for my learning
Another Badadroid devs: Oleg_k, mijoma, nbates66, anghelyi, mikegapinski, hunktb, autra, Tigrouzen and many others.
CyanogenMod team for base ROM
Paulk and Replicant project for good base of bada-modem RIL
and many other who helped us.

CHANGELOG:

Kernel update

http://www.multiupload.nl/TWJAP1T4C9
kernel with removed +10 RAM patch for v3.1 with working camera and video playback

v3.1http://www.multiupload.nl/1E85FRD1ES
- +10mb RAM
- Updated audio codec settings for RCV and HP
- Added 15 volume levels for Calls
- Reworked SMS sending
- Fixed torch toggle in quick settings.

6 Comments

  1. kanth
    Feb 10, 2014 @ 10:15:19

    Hi,

    i installed v3.1 in to my wave1 successfully. Everything is working good. But i’m getting below problems while using the badaroid.

    Those are:
    1) Battery is getting heated when using the Internet.
    2) Not possible to play the TempleRun 2
    3) when the mobile is long sleep mode os getting changed from Badadroid to Bada..

    please help/suggest me.

    Reply

    • rickykajale
      Feb 10, 2014 @ 16:14:27

      Yes my friend those are the few bugs present in the badadroid rom. So i would suggest you to use the zendrokat v2.2. It’s almost bug free apart from a few bugs and the battery heating problem also has been solved.

      Reply

  2. vk
    Feb 23, 2014 @ 09:19:16

    FOTA set of red messages appers only……..
    nothing else…..
    i wait for 10 minutes but no reponse..

    Reply

    • rickykajale
      Feb 25, 2014 @ 15:36:17

      VK my friend, just try to reflash your bada using Multiloader v5.67 and then carry out a fresh installation of badadroid. I’m sure then everything will work fine.

      Reply

  3. alex
    Feb 25, 2014 @ 11:40:45

    i installed cm11 on my wave 8500.. can i flash v3.1 kernel with 15 vol lvl for calls..?
    and how much memory will that rom offer?

    Reply

    • rickykajale
      Feb 25, 2014 @ 15:38:21

      I would not recommend doing so, instead i always prefer carrying out a fresh installation of badaroid. So i suggest you should do the same.

      Reply

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