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[GUIDA] [ROM]Installare la CyanogenMod 11 [4.4.4]CyanogenMod 11.0 Nightlies and M8

Discussione in 'Modding - Sony Xperia P' iniziata da MarcusOptimus, 29 Gen 2014.

  1. MarcusOptimus

    MarcusOptimus Worker Droid

    13 Feb 2013
    "Mi Piace":
    Con questa guida installerete la CyanogenMod 11 Unofficial basata su Android 4.4.2 KitKat sul vostro Xperia P o sostituendo i pacchetti zip anche su Xperia Go, Sole e U. La ROM è perfettamente funzionante e pronta per un uso giornaliero, anche se presenta dei piccoli problemi, che adesso vi elencherò.

    • Il Bluetooth dopo un po' di utilizzo crasha
    • L'NFC è difficile da spegnere, ma si riesce comunque a disattivarlo
    • L'illuminazione dei tasti a sfioramento non funziona

    Prima di iniziare tenete presente che seguendo questa guida invaliderete la garanzia del vostro smartphone, quindi occhio a quello che fate. Seguite tutto alla lettera e se avete dubbi chiedete. Io e TuttoAndroid non ci assumiamo responsabilità per eventuali problemi.

    Se avete dubbi, chiedete prima di procedere, non dopo!


    - Sony Xperia P con batteria carica
    - Cavo MicroUSB
    - Flashtool installato (scaricabile da qui)
    - Bootloader sbloccato (seguite questa guida)
    - Driver Flashmode e Fastboot installati (seguite questa guida)



    Nightly Daily Builds CON OpenDelta Support COSTRUITI SERVER HUBBUILDS SERVER HUBDROID:Xperia P CM11 Nightly - HubDroid Server







    Download Gapps 4.4.4 :

    Download from here


    Daily Nightlies Change log's

    Support forcing all screenshots into a CPU consumer
    Enable h/w acceleration in systemui process while keeping the memory usage down.
    Open Delta Support implemented with daily nightly support and New website for hosting builds.
    Updated CM-11.0 Source
    Gerrit Code Review

    1. Settings: Fix exception being thrown if CMHW is not installed.
    Happens during debugging when mmp'ing the app.
    2. CMAccount: Fix typo in AndroidManifest.xml
    3. Fix Settings Panel bug causing frozen overview.
    Previously, toggling search panel would freeze Overview mode
    until the user exited back to the regular launcher. Also, the current
    page would be lost. Fix this by computing the new scroll bounds
    immediately when the setting is toggled.
    4. ThemesProvider:Don't call insertCapabilities for legacy icon packs.
    5. Settings:Change "Stay Awake" description to match behavior
    Stay awake acts on "plugged in" state, not "charging" state. Update description to accurately reflect this behavior.
    6. Settings:Fix translatability of modified dev countdown strings.
    7. Settings:Fix translatability of modified ADB strings.
    8. Base:Fix translatability of External media format message
    9. MountService: Check for null pointer when looking for vold code
    * There is actually no code path that will set an event into
    NativeDaemonConnectorException, so any reference to the event code
    will result in a null pointer exception, taking down MountService and
    the rest of the system with it.
    10.Settings:Fix duplicate notification light string
    11.OpenDelta support added will be up and running soon.


    1. Settings: add setting for nav bar cursor
    2. SystemUI: add left and right virtual buttons while typing
    3. BaseStatusBar: Dismiss heads up on backpress.
    4. Themes: Add icon previews to ThemesContract
    5. Use systemui's applied theme for notifications.
    Notifications contain RemoteViews which are inflated using the
    application's context for which this notification belongs to. This
    can look out of place if SystemUI is using a different theme than the
    rest of the system.
    This patch will use SystemUIs theme when inflating the RemoteViews,
    giving us a more consistent look in the notification drawer.
    6. Allow specifying a theme when creating a Context
    A Context normally loads the resources associated with the given
    package that this context is for. This patch allows us to specify
    a theme we want attached to a given context's resources.
    7. Base:Add getThemedResourcesForApplicationAsUser().
    8. Support theming navbar separately from SystemUI
    This allows using a different theme for the navbar than the theme
    applied to the rest of SystemUI. This will not affect theming until
    we have the front end in place that allows users to change this.
    9. Modify config to support app specific themes
    Summary of Changes
    1. The configuration now supports each app to have their own theme.
    Each theme can include icons, styles (ie overlays) and font.
    2. The theme config is serialized into a json string and stored
    in secure settings. This entry consolidates what was previously 3 separate
    keys (style, icon, font) into a single field.
    3. 'CustomTheme' was renamed to 'ThemeConfiguration'.
    Note: This commit is for the configuration. Additional work needs to be done to
    the framework and UI to support app specific themes.
    10.Clean up search code.
    Fix up coding style and add a few missing TypedArray.recycle() calls.
    Also make filtering code more efficient.
    11.Settings : Make search locale friendly.
    12.Settings : Get actionbar post extra retrieval
    Fetching the actionbar before the extras are utilized causes the parentActivityName
    to be null and no home as up enabled.
    13.Show parent fragment name in option search.
    For doing that, parent titles were missing for options placed in
    fragments which are directly invoked by a settings header. Fixit.
    14.Updated init and cleaned up overlays


    1. Replace CWM Touch recovery with TWRP Touch Based Recovery
    2. Updated Toolchain to arm-cortex_a9-linux-gnueabihf-linaro_4.9.1-2014.06
    3.Updated CM-11.0 Source
    Gerrit Code Review


    1. Bluetooth tethering Fixed
    2. Deduplicate adapter-of-installed-packages code
    3. Added ro.config.low_ram=true in build properties(build.prop)
    Transparent status bar and multiple lockscreen panels will disappear if want change it false in build.prop


    1. DisplaySettings: Add hardware-framework support for color enhancement
    2. vold: Send UUID with list response
    UUID defaults to 0 if not available
    3. MountService: Handle UUID in list response
    4. build: Update supported languages
    * Remove Uyghur, which has no active maintainer in the past 6 months
    * Add Kurdish
    5. Mms: update new messages notification count
    Mms should notify the system about how many new sms/mms has (including those ones under conversations)
    to the notification system. This allow the system to display the number of events for Mms app according its
    6. keyguard: force marquee effect for carrier text
    This allows to make rooms for languages with long carrier text descriptions.
    7. Fix accesses to MmsSms.CONTENT_CONVERSATIONS_URI.
    Because one of the columns was duplicated between MMS_ONLY_COLUMNS and
    SMS_ONLY_COLUMNS, the last entry of UNION_COLUMNS was null, leading to
    a NPE(null point exception)
    8. PackageManager: Add option for single threaded dexopt
    * Execute all dexopt invocations on the main thread instead of using the
    ExecutorService when persist.sys.dalvik.multithread is set to false.
    9. Reset Pattern:
    - If user cancels while creating new pattern, old pattern is restored
    10.Wifi: Use bss->age identifier for wifi scan results
    This value will be used as "timestamp" and Google Play Services
    uses this value for identifying sane wifi scan items.
    The current timestamp (tsf=) has a different meaning, which causes
    the Google Location Resolver to ignore all wifi scan entries and
    therefore no location can be resolved.
    This solution is already done on batched result parsing, but
    missing on the traditional scans.


    1. Theme Provider: Reapply theme components when theme updated.
    2. Add a custom home screen to Trebuchet.
    Scrolling to the left will now open a custom home screen that can be
    used to display information provided by the system or third parties
    via an API.
    3. quickcontact: fallback to default secondary action drawable
    If the resource package doesn't have a valid resource drawable, then fallback
    to default drawable.
    4. accounts: don't remove accounts while device is in safe mode
    Userspace apps are not available in safe mode, so authenticators are not available when
    the system starts and checks all accounts. Just ignore these accounts and not add them
    to the list of accounts.
    5. BAse: Theme IME switcher alert dialog
    6. Fix frontOfTask assignment.
    If all activities of a given stack were finishing, no activity was
    marked as front-of-task. This confused ActivityManager, so make sure
    there's always exactly one activity marked as front-of-task.
    7. Keyguard: fix NPE setting lockscreen wallpaper
    After boot the view might not be laid out and so getWidth() and
    getHeight() return 0 and will cause a NullPointerException in
    8. Move Scrolling Wallpaper to new Trebuchet Settings
    9. Activity chooser "Always" button is not working
    When ResolverActivity is created with a custom list of matching
    applications (rList) as in NFC case, and the alwaysUseOption is
    set to true, the prferredActivity is not saved even if the user
    presses the "always" button.
    When a list is provided the variable mBaseResolveList will be
    != null. This will set mOrigResolveList = null.
    When an activity is choosen and one of the buttons are pressed
    onIntentSelected is called. The first thing this method does
    is to check mAdapter.mOrigResolveList != null, however in this
    case mOrigResolveList is always null, and the value is not
    saved as PreferredActivity.
    10.Automatic translation imports for all source's updated


    1. Kernel u8500:- futex patched
    2. Bluez 5.20 BlueZ » Blog Archive » Release of BlueZ 5.20
    3. SystemUI: Expose heads up.
    4. HeadsUp: Clean up.
    5. Trebuchet: Adjust layout for readability in different languages
    6. Mms: use Holo Light theme
    7. Settings: Protected App [2/3]
    Protected Apps Settings -> Apps:
    - Added Receiver which can send in a call to PackageManager to toggle a components protected status.
    - Add Protected Apps activity (available from Apps fragment)
    - Reads from ApplicationInfo state
    - Requires Pattern Lock to view/modify protected apps
    - Updates Settings Secure DB with protected components
    - Support resetting protected apps pattern lock
    8. Show notification on adb over network too
    Screenshots -
    9. Trebuchet: Move Scrolling Wallpaper to new Trebuchet Settings
    10. base: don't show global actions if shutdown sequence was started
    11. base: properly check that quickboot is enabled
    12. incallui: make navigation bar translucent + other fixes
    * Make navigation bar translucent when available, minimizing thec bad
    effect of the black navigation bar.
    * Complete change Ie76cbc53c176d94bfb2402bf50eae6161fbb2198, displaying
    the caller photo in complete full window size.
    * Sync Msim layouts with normal layouts
    13. Themes: Theme immersive mode cling.


    1. Settings: remove auto_brightness_adjustment_title string
    The controls which used this string were removed.
    2. Settings: Do not disable "Brightness control" setting
    It's really annoying to have to back out of this screen when disabling
    auto brightness and go back in just to enable this setting.
    3. CMFileManager: Update strings
    4. QS: New torch icon
    Create a new torch icon which can be used across the system
    (Quick settings, Quick launch, Torch app).
    Vector graphic:
    5. Fix CustomContent/CMHome bugs with settings.
    * If Search Panel / CMHome is enabled, it would become visible
    in overview mode after any setting is toggled. Fixed.
    * If all icons on the last home screen were removed and Search Panel /
    CMHome is enabled, CMHome would become the only workspace, breaking
    most things. Fixed.
    6. SystemUI: Expose heads up.
    7. Fix PackageManagerService WTF in systemReady()
    This resolves the following error: F/SystemServer(31979): BOOT FAILURE making Package Manager Service ready F/S -
    8. PackageManager: Fix logic around upgrading text display
    * This code has all threads writing into the integer keeping track of
    the number of packages at once.
    * Make this integer an atomic one, preventing all threads from racing
    when updating it.
    9. WallpaperCropper: include wallpapers from themes!
    Theme all the things!!!!!!!!!
    10.Settings: Add HeadsUp setting.


    1. Android 4.4.4 and it's Change logs
    2. Small Tiles layout fixed
    3. VPN issues must be fixed now
    4. OTA DIsabled for improvements ,should be live in a week .
    5. Updated cm-11 Sources
    Gerrit Code Review

    1. RIL Updated
    2. Added stereo widening effect
    3. Deferred KSM timer enabled
    4. Built with Google GCC 4.8
    5. New OTA Updater Logo
    6. CWM
    7. Dialer Issues are gone [Tested On clean Weekly-9]
    8. Updated ArchiDroid Optimizations to V3
    9. Google Play Store visual artifacts are fixed
    10. Updated cm-11 Sources Huge Update from Upstream as 4.4.3 landed
    Gerrit Code Review


    1. 4.4.3 Build
    2. Updated cm-11 Sources
    Gerrit Code Review


    1. Led notification working normal
    2. New performance tile [Power save/balance/Performance]
    3. Fixed reboot to recovery
    4. OTA system Online
    5. All files sending and receiving via bluetooth
    6.. Updated cm-11 Sources to 5/20/2014. Read there gerrit.
    Gerrit Code Review


    1. All Issues Related to crash and random reboots should be fixed now
    2. STE MultiMedia [1/2] and UI performance Increased . Visit here
    3. New theme Engine From CyanogenMod
    4. OTA support added ,will be supported from next weekly.
    5. Updated cm-11 Sources to 5/13/2014. Huge Update ,read there gerrit.
    Gerrit Code Review


    1. Device tree, kernel and vendor updated from AOSX (thanks to AOSX team)
    2. Adapt gralloc, copybit, hwcomposer, stelpcutils, memtrack from sources
    3. BlueZ updated to 5.18 (Stable)
    4. Fix call via bluetooth
    5. CWM touch Recovery
    6. Updated cm-11 Sources to 5/6/2014. Huge Update ,read there gerrit. Gerrit Code Review


    1. Power HAL of U8500 SOC,Fixed permission issue [Thanks to carl]
    2. Improved Battery performance [libhealthd]
    3. Cleaned Uneeded things from sources
    4. Fixed Reboot to recovery from advance reboot options [Thanks Mike Semc-2011 Dev for his original commit]
    5. Fixed button typo [Thanks Abhinav]
    6. Enabled Sony Apps in Play Store
    7. Updated cm-11 Sources to 3/9/2014. Big Update ,read there gerrit. Gerrit Code Review


    1.Added Power Hal of CyanogenMod
    2. Removed Goo manager
    3.Updated cm-11.0 sources Gerrit Code Review


    Added more pixel format info
    Added Power Hal of U8500 SOC
    Updated cm-11.0 sources Gerrit Code Review

    .USB tethering Fixed
    Bluez Update and OTA Update support added
    Improved Battery performance
    Updated cm-11.0 sources Gerrit Code Review

    1.Latest cm-11.0 sources Gerrit Code Review

    Release Candidate -1

    1. CWM touch Updated to
    2. OMX fixed from source
    3. 1080p Video playback support
    4. Bluetooth Fixed [A2DP left]
    5. Video recording Fixed
    6. Latest cm-11.0 sources Gerrit Code Review


    1. CWM touch Updated to
    2. Removed OMX closed source libs
    3. Latest cm-11.0 sources Gerrit Code Review


    1.Added Focus modes for camera
    2.BlueZ 5.13 sources
    3.Inverted Camera Issue from previous Nightly Fixed
    4.Latest cm-11.0 sources Gerrit Code Review


    1.OpenMax codecs solved [OMX]
    2.Full Video playback at 1080p
    3.Latest cm-11.0 sources Gerrit Code Review


    1.Bluetooth finally working [Not functional yet, Its able to search devices but can't pair .Its turned on once gets turned off after searching or while pairing .Then to enable it ,you need to reboot .] Thanks munjeni and 95A31 for there hardwork .
    2.New RIL class
    3.New Mali Drivers
    4.Notification Led's fixed from nightly-20
    5.Latest cm-11.0 sources Gerrit Code Review


    1.Battery % alignment from nightly-19 fixed.
    2.Latest cm-11.0 sources Gerrit Code Review

    Cleaned Up sources
    New features from CM.
    Updated CM-11 sources . For more info Gerrit Code Review,

    Android 4.4.2 sources merged
    Photosphere introduced(It will work when OMX issues are fixed) and Added new gapps
    Added WhisperPush . More Info here
    Updated CM-11 sources . For more info Gerrit Code Review

    Android 4.4.1 sources merged
    Tethering issues fixed from previous nightly.
    No more wifi connection forgotten and passwords are saved.
    Tethering in open ,WPA and WPA2.
    Updated CM-11 sources . For more info Gerrit Code Review

    ART update . More apps support
    Mutil user .max limit=3
    Test Build need dmesg and logcats for wifi and tethering.
    Updated CM-11 sources . For more info Gerrit Code Review

    Battery percentage modes ,etc faetures.Updated CM-11 sources . For more info Gerrit Code Review

    Updated CM-11 sources . For more info Gerrit Code Review

    Wifi updates
    Updated CM-11 sources . For more info Gerrit Code Review

    CWM Touch ,all credits to Munjeni
    Wifi tether fixed.
    All issues related to wifi solved .
    Some new parameters for Camera .etc
    Updated CM-11 sources . For more info Gerrit Code Review

    Disabled touch sounds and DMFT tones as a default.
    Kernel Updated to 3.0.10 to 3.0.101 .More stable and smooth response
    Updated CM-11 sources . For more info Gerrit Code Review

    Updated CM-11 sources . For more info Gerrit Code Review

    Wifi related Updates
    Updated CM-11 sources . For more info Gerrit Code Review

    Audio playback,camera fc's,apollo,dsp manager fc's fixed thanks mujeni for audio patch update.
    Kernel Update to 3.0.10
    Updated CM-11 sources . For more info Gerrit Code Review

    Wifi sleep bug solved when screen if off.
    Updated CM-11 sources . For more info Gerrit Code Review

    New Bootanimation
    Audio Updates
    Updated CM-11 sources . For more info Gerrit Code Review

    Wifi Fixed Added to kernel ,no need to fastboot another kernel
    Updated CWM recovery to
    Audio Updates
    Updated Kernel to 3.0.9
    User debug Build to avoid red border
    Updated CM-11 sources,Quick settings options etc . For more info Gerrit Code Review

    RIL Fixed
    Removed cm-10.2 Bootanimation
    Latest cm-11.0

    Fixed FC's
    Preview Build For Kitkat , RIL Not working.
    Latest cm-11.0

    SystemUI and CM account FC's .Don't use


    Installazione per la prima volta:

    ATTENZIONE CHI INSTALLA La rom PER LA PRIMA VOLTA INSTALLI LA BOOT.IMG DELLA NIGTHLY 1 VECCHIA(solo in caso di nigthly)le weekly funzionano tutte

    - Scaricate l'ultima versione della ROM
    - Scaricate il pacchetto con le GApps
    - Copiate i file zip della ROM e delle GApps nella memoria interna
    - Estraete dal pacchetto della ROM il file boot.img sul desktop
    - Spegnete lo smartphone
    - Aprite Flashtool e collegate lo smartphone al PC col cavo tenendo premuto il tasto volume su
    - Cliccate sull'icona con il fulmine e selezionate Fastboot Mode
    - Selezionate "Select Kernel to flash" e selezionate poi il file boot.img
    - Accendete lo smartphone, premendo ripetutamente il tasto accensione durante l'avvio non appena sentirete una leggera vibrazione
    - Adesso muovetevi nella recovery CWM Touch con i tasti visualizzati nella parte bassa del display, confermando con quello "Task Manager"
    - Effettuate i "wipe data/factory reset" e "wipe cache partition"
    - Recatevi in "Mounts and Storage" ed effettuate i "format system", "format data" e "format cache"
    - Entrate in "Advanced" ed effettuate il "wipe dalvik cache"
    - Nel menu principale selezionate "Install zip", poi "Choose zip from/storage/sdcard0"
    - Selezionate il file zip della ROM e installatelo
    - Installate ora il file delle GApps
    - Tornate nel menu principale della recovery e selezionate "Reboot system now"

    Installare aggiornamento
    1)scaricare la rom metterla sulla sdcard
    2)andare in recovery mode
    3)se avete cmw recovery fate wipe partition e wipe delvik cache ,in caso di twrp recovery segui passaggio successivo
    4) cmw recovery(install from sdcard ..e instllate la rom),twrp recovery(install..e installate la rom una volta finito tappate su wipe cache & delvik )

    1 RIL
    2 Front and rear Camera
    3 Torch
    4 Mobile Data
    5 Mic
    6 Android Beam
    7 Audio
    8 NFC (I think so)
    9 GPS
    10 Vibration
    11 Auto Brightness
    12 SD Card
    13 Airplane Mode
    14 LEDs
    15 Daydream
    16 WiFi
    17 Auto Rotation
    18 System Monitor
    19 Front Camera Recording
    20 Tethering [WIFI/USB/BT]
    21 CWM touch recovery [All credits to @munjeni for this and being Open source]
    22 1080p playback
    23 OMX
    24 Rear Camera Video Recording
    25 Bluetooth FTP support
    26 Reboot to recovery
    27 Power HAL of Novathor U8500 SOC
    28 Call via bluetooth

    1 No sound A2DP music/media [calls work fine]
    2 Wifi Direct
    3 FM radio
    4 HDMI
    5 NFC tag's

    Adesso il vostro Xperia P si avvierà, ma tenete presente che il primo avvio può richiedere anche qualche minuto, per cui non fatevi prendere dal panico. Ad avvio finito avrete la vostra CyanogenMod 11 pronta all'uso.

    Un grosso grazie a percy_g2, lo sviluppatore che si occupa della ROM per Xperia P, che in poco tempo è riuscito a realizzare un firmware del tutto funzionante, e a franyo per i suoi infiniti consigli.

    Piccole considerazioni: vale la pena installarla? Assolutamente sì! Il vostro Xperia P rinascerà sotto ogni aspetto: maggiore fluidità, durata della batteria leggermente migliore, più RAM libera, memoria interna completamente libera e senza il bloatware Sony, tante funzioni in più e avrete sempre l'ultima versione di Android.

    Screenshot_2014-01-29-14-23-30.jpg Screenshot_2014-01-29-14-24-04.jpg Screenshot_2014-01-29-14-24-11.jpg Screenshot_2014-01-29-14-24-40.jpg Screenshot_2014-01-29-14-24-53.jpg Screenshot_2014-01-29-14-26-00.jpg

    SOLO per utenti con Xperia Go, Sole e U. Per gli utenti Xperia P va benissimo la guida sopra.
    Gli utenti dei tre smartphone sopraccitati devono sì seguire la guida sopra, ma devono sostituire i file della ROM e quindi boot.img con quelli corretti, scaricabili dai link qui sotto.

    Xperia Go: [ROM] Unoficial Cyanogenmod CM 11 (Android 4.4.2 KitKat) - xda-developers
    Xperia Sole: [ROM] Unoficial Cyanogenmod CM 11 (Android 4.4 KitKat) - xda-developers
    Xperia U: [ROM][UB][KK][4.4.4][XperiaSTE Team] CyanogenMod 11.0 - xda-developers
    Ultima modifica di un moderatore: 19 Lug 2014
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  2. ilGecko

    ilGecko Baby Droid

    2 Feb 2014
    "Mi Piace":
    Il link per le GApps riporta allo stesso link della rom. Sono nella stessa cartella o è sbagliato il link?
    A MarcusOptimus piace questo elemento.
  3. MarcusOptimus

    MarcusOptimus Worker Droid

    13 Feb 2013
    "Mi Piace":
    Era della ROM, sistemato. Mille grazie della segnalazione. :)
    A ilGecko piace questo elemento.
  4. ilGecko

    ilGecko Baby Droid

    2 Feb 2014
    "Mi Piace":

    A breve installerò tutto e riporterò le mie prime impressioni.
  5. MarcusOptimus

    MarcusOptimus Worker Droid

    13 Feb 2013
    "Mi Piace":
    Bene, facci sapere. Se hai problemi ovviamente scrivi pure che vedremo di risolverli insieme. ;)
  6. ilGecko

    ilGecko Baby Droid

    2 Feb 2014
    "Mi Piace":
    Dopo qualche problemino iniziale con flashtool (mea culpa) ho installato tutto e la prima impressione è stata: WAU ##### UN CELLULARE NUOVO.
    Perdonatemi il francesismo del "wau" :geek: ma l'impressione è esattamente quella. A parte i bug che sono presenti nel post c'è qualche piccolissima incertezza grafica (ad esempio rimane un alone bianco intorno al widget Google dopo aver utilizzato GNow, oppure nel menu sullo sfondo delle app appare widget-sfondi-impostazioni se premi il tasto opzioni) per il resto va una bomba.
    Ovviamente per quanto ho potuto utilizzarlo in 10 (splendidi :money:) minuti.

    A mente fredda posterò magari altre impressioni (magari in modo serio) sulla rom.

    Mille grazie allo sviluppatore percy_g2, alla guida di MarcusOptimus perfettamente funzionante, e alla Sony (che nonostante abbia abbandonato l'Xperia P) ha sfornato un gran bel telefono che ci permette di utilizzare KitKat alla velocità della luce.

    AGGIORNAMENTO 1: il cellulare non formatta la memoria sd. Né da CWM né dal menu. Manualmente invece è possibile cancellare. Anche da pc.

    Una domanda mi sorge: L'ultimo aggiornamento nella cartella non è la RC, ma la nightly 25. Quale installare allora? Io ho installato la RC senza controllare l'ultima modifica..
  7. MarcusOptimus

    MarcusOptimus Worker Droid

    13 Feb 2013
    "Mi Piace":
    Molto bene. Mi fa piacere che sei soddisfatto. Xperia P con quella ROM va veramente bene e pensa che lo sviluppatore ci sta lavorando solo da un paio di mesi. E' riuscito a fare un grandissimo lavoro e sono sicuro che nelle prossime settimane saranno risolti anche gli ultimi piccoli problemini dato che sono saltati fuori i sorgenti NovaThor. :D

    Thread off - xda-developers
    A ilGecko piace questo elemento.
  8. gio91vy

    gio91vy Baby Droid

    3 Feb 2014
    "Mi Piace":
    ragazzi scusate sono nuovo e alle prime armi...infatti ho paura d aver combinato un casino . praticamente ho sbloccato il bootloader. ora stavo seguendo le istruzioni per mettere la cyanogen. ma al punto tre quando dice: "Copiate i file zip della ROM e delle GApps nella memoria interna" intende i file zip all interno della memoria del cellulare?? perchè ora sono al punto della riaccensione dello smartphone dopo aver selezionato il file boot. ma non mi si riavvia più ... sapete quale può essere il motivo
  9. MarcusOptimus

    MarcusOptimus Worker Droid

    13 Feb 2013
    "Mi Piace":
    Sì, devi copiare nella memoria interna di Xperia P i due file ZIP della ROM e delle GApps che hai scaricato. Non si avvia perché hai cambiato il kernel e quindi il sistema non boota, ora puoi entrare in recovery con la procedura scritta nella guida per installare i pacchetti ZIP.
  10. macrosf

    macrosf Silver Droid

    13 Nov 2012
    "Mi Piace":
    Il file della rom e delle gapps che devi avere nella sd vanno flashati dalla recovery,dopo e meglio anche prima devi fare i tre wipe,spero che hai fatto questi passaggi..
  11. gio91vy

    gio91vy Baby Droid

    3 Feb 2014
    "Mi Piace":
    scusate ma la metà delle cose che avete scritto non l ho capita...grazie intanto per la risposta veloce però alcuni termini e modalità non le conosco. so solamente che ora ho il cell con lo schermo acceso ma nero. non si avvia per nulla. ho provato a forzare l accensione tenendo premuto il tasto su più accensione ma nulla, vibra ma poi torna lo schermo nero.
  12. MarcusOptimus

    MarcusOptimus Worker Droid

    13 Feb 2013
    "Mi Piace":
    Tieni premuto il tasto volume su insieme a quello accensione fin quando non vibra tre volte. Ora Xperia P sarà spento. Accendilo e mentre vibra premi velocemente il tasto di accensione per entrare in recovery. Appena fatto scrivi di nuovo che procediamo oltre. ;)
  13. gio91vy

    gio91vy Baby Droid

    3 Feb 2014
    "Mi Piace":
    sono nella recovery e ho provato i passaggi indicati nella guida ma i file nella zip non li trovo quella della rom
  14. MarcusOptimus

    MarcusOptimus Worker Droid

    13 Feb 2013
    "Mi Piace":
    Perché non li hai copiati prima! :p
    Ora vai in mounts and storage, collega Xperia P al PC con il cavo e clicca su mount USB storage. Copia i file ZIP (entrambi) e segui normalmente la guida facendo i wipe e installando i pacchetti.
  15. gio91vy

    gio91vy Baby Droid

    3 Feb 2014
    "Mi Piace":
    ho fatto come hai detto te, ma quando collego il cellulare al pc non succede niente...quindi non so come mettere i file zip dentro. non mi trova lo stesso il cellulare..
  16. macrosf

    macrosf Silver Droid

    13 Nov 2012
    "Mi Piace":
    Mi sa che hai fatto un casino,se siamo sempre in tempo prova a fare un reset dalla recovery e se il telefono riparte comincia con mettere i file rom e gapps dentro la memoria.
  17. MarcusOptimus

    MarcusOptimus Worker Droid

    13 Feb 2013
    "Mi Piace":
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  18. gio91vy

    gio91vy Baby Droid

    3 Feb 2014
    "Mi Piace":
    ragazzi grazie per la disponibilità...ho ripristinato il sistema...anche se sono sicuro di averceli messi quei file zip nel cell. comunque per ora sto tranquillo...aspetto una versione ancora più ottimizzata e mi studio per bene tutto la prossima volta. ancora grazie mille :)
  19. MarcusOptimus

    MarcusOptimus Worker Droid

    13 Feb 2013
    "Mi Piace":
    Come preferisci. :)
    L'importante che hai risolto. Se decidi di seguire di nuovo la guida basta che copi i due file zip per evitare questo problema. Il resto lo avevi fatto tutto, mancava solo la ROM da installare. ;)
  20. pietrob85

    pietrob85 Baby Droid

    3 Feb 2014
    "Mi Piace":
    ragazzi io ho seguito la guida ho appena caricato il boot.img con flashtool per xperia sole ma mi rimane lo schermo nero avete notizie di ciò