Wednesday, August 1, 2012

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Ice Cream Sandwich (4.04) for Lenovo Ideapad K1 ROM


Last Updated: August 11th, 2012

Last week, official Ice Cream Sandwich was released for Lenovo Idepad K1, but without one valuable asset , the "Google Play Store" .  After the released developer by the name of khanning, took the release and added the Google Play Store in matters of hours and I posted that here on another post.  But still with that release from khanning, there was still another issue, with the compatibility issue of apps/games from the market not showing up.


Purpose of today's post, is to provide a update, and bring you Khanning ROM based on AOSP (Android Open Source Project).  I like to point out this release is not perfect and it will have issues, there be updates that will dress some of the issues along the way and I will keep this post up to date with newest release.  But if i ever fall behind you can always check main post of where releases are posted at via RootzWiki.  Check top of this post when it was last updated to see if i have update the post or not.  

Bring On The Good Stuff Now:


*DISCLAIMER*
We take (this site) no responsibility for any fault or damage caused by any procedures within this guide. No warranties of any kind are given. 


Includes:

Android ICS 4.0.4

ClockworkMod Recovery 6.0.1.0

Google Apps

Rooted version includes Superuser and busybox


Issues

Video Camera face effects
Rotation Lock Switch (Software switch works)

Required Files:

Download either the rooted version or non rooted version.  If you get the rooted version, there is no extra step or instructions you need to follow to have your device rooted, it comes pre rooted. I recommend to get the "Rooted" version, makes doing everything else easy in the long run. 


You have two options(pick one):

Option 1: If this is your first time, flashing this release and don't have ClockWorkMod

Option 2: If you already have flash last release and have ClockWorkMod.

[ -----  Option 1: NVflash Package ----- ]

md5sum: a2caeefad36469b3966ba240263136cd

OR

md5sum: bd91e4f0c82f41a82d440ce62c48c314

Install these drivers, before you continue: 

md5sum: 9aa3a4814ca63366329d85a22ed01f64

Instructions: 



APX MODE
You need to boot into APX Mode, to boot into APX mode:
1. Power off
2. Connect your tablet to your PC (via USB)
3. Hold down the Vol - and the Vol +
4. While holding the Volume keys down(- and +), Power on
5. The display should go black, and both LED's on either side of the home button should light up. You are now in, APX mode.

FLASHING THE PACKAGE
1. Extract the  K1_ICS_AOSP.zip (Rooted or Stock R1)  contents to a directory (download from above)
2a. If using Windows, double click the "flash-win.bat" file
2b. If using Linux, cd into the extracted directory and run either "sudo ./flash-linux.sh" or "./flash-linux.sh" from a root prompt

When running this BAT file, it will do all the hard work for you, ones finished you will have Ice Cream Sandwich on your device.   You can thank khanning for his hard work, making this happen in matter of hours after Lenovo staff released the ICS but without the most needed apps (Google Apps).   



[ -----  Option 2: CWM Package ----- ]


CWM_K1_ICS_AOSP_Rooted_R2.zip
bcb2bc4149e780148b27e2e842f3f0c3

CWM_K1_ICS_AOSP_Stock_R2.zip
b359ec6a06289ccf8c6b83f07346be17



Instructions:
1.  Download Zip to External SD

2. Reboot to recovery (Use Rom Manager or 'reboot recovery' command)
**See Section Below for Instructions if you are stuck on this part***
3. In Recovery: Wipe Data/Factory Reset
4. In Recovery: Install Zip from SdCard--> Choose Zip from SdCard
5. In Recovery: Flash the CWM_K1_ICS_AOSP zip 
6. Reboot
7. Enjoy



How to Reboot to Recovery(Two Ways)


Rom Manager Recovery Reboot Method:

Download: Rom Manager from the Google Play Store and open the app and select reboot into recovery

or

Reboot Recovery Command Reboot Method:

Non-rooted version
1. Make sure you have the Android SDK installed. http://developer.android.com/sdk/index.html
2. Make sure USB Debugging is enabled on the tablet. Go to Settings > Developers options > and check "USB Debugging"
3. Connect the device to USB
4. Open a terminal or command prompt window and type

Code:
adb shell k1recovery
Rooted version
From a Terminal Application
Run the follow two commands

Code:
su
k1recovery


Source: Via RootzWiki


Donate:
Khanning: via PayPal


Provide feedback, with any issues below in the comment section. 



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  1. Anonymous said... July 12, 2014 at 5:50 PM

    Thank you so much for working on this. This is a really good version from what I can see after doing the install.

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