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  1. cowsquad's Avatar
    I can't lunch full_toro- user debug. I get N error that the product is not in some file.

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    09-24-2012 01:39 AM
  2. mjs1015's Avatar
    I can't lunch full_toro- user debug. I get N error that the product is not in some file.

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    Try re-syncing clean. Also running repo sync -f helps me out when I get errors.

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    09-24-2012 11:25 AM
  3. dmmarck's Avatar
    Yup, forcing the repo is a big problem solver in my experience.
    09-24-2012 11:35 AM
  4. cowsquad's Avatar
    Do I have to sync the master branch in order to get galaxy's nexus toro device tree?

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    09-24-2012 09:12 PM
  5. dmmarck's Avatar
    Do I have to sync the master branch in order to get galaxy's nexus toro device tree?

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    No, you shouldn't have to. Although I have not synced in a while. I'm going to sync r6 this weekend and I'll get back to you.

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    09-25-2012 12:10 AM
  6. cowsquad's Avatar
    What KIND of PC's spec. do we need to compile ICS.
    I have a dual core 1.2 laptop with 4gb of ram. But my computer freezes in the middle of the building process.

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    09-28-2012 10:54 PM
  7. dmmarck's Avatar
    What KIND of PC's spec. do we need to compile ICS.
    I have a dual core 1.2 laptop with 4gb of ram. But my computer freezes in the middle of the building process.

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    In my experiences, that's at the low end of what you need (meaning your machine will really struggle).
    09-29-2012 04:30 PM
  8. cowsquad's Avatar
    In my experiences, that's at the low end of what you need (meaning your machine will really struggle).
    Well my computer did not take so long, it took like 1.5 hours. but now I am getting this
    make: *** No rule to make target `otapackage'. Stop.
    any idea?
    09-29-2012 08:47 PM
  9. gouthamthemostwanted's Avatar
    Excellent tutorial man! So neatly presented! I'm a complete noob but I think I can build something from it but i'm not sure where can I get the jb sources for my device (xperia mini st15i) and I'm confused about what are the commands i should use to compile a jb rom specifically for my device. I've been googling it for more than two weeks with no luck . I hope you people can help me! Thanks!

    p.s: I actually registered in this forum to comment on this thread :-)
    10-05-2012 08:22 AM
  10. dmmarck's Avatar
    Excellent tutorial man! So neatly presented! I'm a complete noob but I think I can build something from it but i'm not sure where can I get the jb sources for my device (xperia mini st15i) and I'm confused about what are the commands i should use to compile a jb rom specifically for my device. I've been googling it for more than two weeks with no luck . I hope you people can help me! Thanks!

    p.s: I actually registered in this forum to comment on this thread :-)
    Let me revisit this after work. That ok?

    And I appreciate it!

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    10-05-2012 08:53 AM
  11. chriv's Avatar
    I'm having only one problem with this guide. The current AOSP source code is for 4.1.2 (JZO54K). I want to build 4.1.1 (specifically JRO03C). I selected "full_toro-user" with the lunch menu (which is the build type that I want), but how do I tell the build environment that I want to build from the 4.1.1_r1 tag? I've googled this with no luck (I guess I'm using the wrong search terms).
    10-13-2012 02:01 PM
  12. chriv's Avatar
    I can't lunch full_toro- user debug. I get N error that the product is not in some file.
    I hope that you aren't typing the spaces (above). It should be full_toro-userdebug (no spaces). Also, make sure you haven't changed the value of PRODUCT_NAME := full_toro in device/samsung/toro/full_toro.mk. I got the same error when I changed the value on that line to "Galaxy Nexus" instead of "full_toro".
    10-13-2012 02:08 PM
  13. dmmarck's Avatar
    I'm having only one problem with this guide. The current AOSP source code is for 4.1.2 (JZO54K). I want to build 4.1.1 (specifically JRO03C). I selected "full_toro-user" with the lunch menu (which is the build type that I want), but how do I tell the build environment that I want to build from the 4.1.1_r1 tag? I've googled this with no luck (I guess I'm using the wrong search terms).
    When's the last time you synced with source?

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    10-13-2012 08:20 PM
  14. thenameisnigel's Avatar
    Can anyone create a zip for the files extracted? I dont have this device, but I'm interested in getting ProjectPanda ported over here! Thanks much!
    11-01-2012 03:32 PM
  15. HarshReality's Avatar
    Well, I did my build but the out folder had no 'zip'. I ended up with a few directories and a series of img files. Back to the drawing board...
    12-02-2012 07:30 PM
  16. mjs1015's Avatar
    Well, I did my build but the out folder had no 'zip'. I ended up with a few directories and a series of img files. Back to the drawing board...
    What command did you enter in. It should be make -j"x" otapackage

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    12-03-2012 03:49 PM
  17. Nikodemus21's Avatar
    Before i begin to ask my question, awesome job man!!! anyway, I can't get the repo to go.

    here's the code:

    nick@DevDapp:~/NEXUS_DEV$ repo sync

    ... A new repo command ( 1.18) is available.
    ... You should upgrade soon:

    cp /home/nick/NEXUS_DEV/.repo/repo/repo /home/nick/bin/repo

    Fetching projects: 100% (329/329), done.
    Syncing work tree: 32% (106/329) error: revision refs/tags/android-4.2.1_r1 in platform/external/libnfc-nci not found

    I tried the repo sync -f command but same thing. thanks for listening. any would would be awesome
    12-13-2012 09:33 PM
  18. mjs1015's Avatar
    Before i begin to ask my question, awesome job man!!! anyway, I can't get the repo to go.

    here's the code:

    nick@DevDapp:~/NEXUS_DEV$ repo sync

    ... A new repo command ( 1.18) is available.
    ... You should upgrade soon:

    cp /home/nick/NEXUS_DEV/.repo/repo/repo /home/nick/bin/repo

    Fetching projects: 100% (329/329), done.
    Syncing work tree: 32% (106/329) error: revision refs/tags/android-4.2.1_r1 in platform/external/libnfc-nci not found

    I tried the repo sync -f command but same thing. thanks for listening. any would would be awesome
    I would start fresh. Delete you repo and start again.

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    12-19-2012 11:45 AM
  19. dhemke17's Avatar
    I have successfully made it through the compile process. Excellent guide. Now I have a question. Has anybody had issues with the AOSP build not booting? Mine will not show a boot animation at all. I have run ddms to see what I could see and phone will not boot past system and sticks on a bootloop with the error in system/bin/sh. Any ideas??
    12-22-2012 01:34 PM
  20. Paul627g's Avatar
    I have successfully made it through the compile process. Excellent guide. Now I have a question. Has anybody had issues with the AOSP build not booting? Mine will not show a boot animation at all. I have run ddms to see what I could see and phone will not boot past system and sticks on a bootloop with the error in system/bin/sh. Any ideas??
    Did you download and install the proprietary files into your build environment?

    I think I made this same mistake once, it compiled, flashed but wouldn't boot...
    12-22-2012 01:39 PM
  21. dhemke17's Avatar
    I did...I dont know if anything happened is my problem. I went through, did the whole "I ACCEPT" thing for every file for the toro build, and nothing showed up like I figured it would even terminal said "files extracted successfully"

    EDIT: Changed permissions on file...seemed to actually extract something....

    EDIT 2: Compiling again with all the proprietary files. Hoping for a bootable base!
    12-22-2012 02:04 PM
  22. Neutrino's Avatar
    I will be putting in common questions/problems once they arise. For now, please reference the credited guides for any immediate support, or simply post up in here for help .

    Fixes/Tricks

    Java6/JDK Issues:

    Java6 sometimes does not play nice, even with the AOSP-given commands to get it. Here are some resources that may help you out in resolving any Java issues, may it be installation or making sure OpenJava works.

    [TIP]For installing the JDK ==>


    For any read/version errors (thanks khalid!) ==>


    A version error looks like this:

    [/TIP]

    "Make"/find: 'src' Errors

    To solve this, you can try updating your dependencies, or you can try this fix. You'll want to install this patch. Also see this post. Thanks ancorare and ewinkley!



    Compiling CyanogenMod

    Thanks to 2defmouze for the hat tip!
    GUI CyanogenMod Compiler Tool for Ubuntu | OMG! Ubuntu!

    [NOTE]I'd like to give credit where it's due, and that's mainly these following five resources--Android Open Source Project, XDA Developer dastin1015, NPRussell, futurecrue, and droseum20. Thanks to all of these great guides and devs![/NOTE]
    I am a complete Ubuntu newbie. How do I go about installing this patch in Ubuntu?
    12-28-2012 10:43 PM
  23. Neutrino's Avatar
    I have navigated successfully through this guide down to the build stage. When make -j is completed, I don't end up with a .zip or .img file in my out folder.
    12-28-2012 10:48 PM
  24. 2defmouze's Avatar
    I am a complete Ubuntu newbie. How do I go about installing this patch in Ubuntu?
    Not clear from what you quoted.. Which patch?

    I have navigated successfully through this guide down to the build stage. When make -j is completed, I don't end up with a .zip or .img file in my out folder.
    You are sure it completed, without any errors? How long did it take, and how many cores is your processor using/how many does it have/what number did you use as the variable in the make j command?

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    12-28-2012 11:06 PM
  25. Neutrino's Avatar
    Stumbled across this after a Google search of the make error: xda-developers - View Single Post - [Tutorial] Compile JB on Ubuntu

    Applied this patch: https://github.com/CyanogenMod/andro...617ebe4e731e09

    And it compiled perfectly! Just downloaded Jelly Belly's 7-14 GApps, gonna get to flashing and see if it worked.

    Again, huge thanks to dmmarck for this killer writeup, and Andrew Ruffolo for the make clobber pointer, lol.
    Still learning the ropes with Ubuntu. How do you apply this patch from terminal?
    12-29-2012 04:31 PM
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