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Can't code without IntelliJ IDEA . . .

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That’s what the logo at the bottom left of our website says, and we do mean it.

Being awesome as they are, the folks at Jetbrains had handed us out an Open Source Project license for IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate last year, and as I write this, they just renewed it for another year. And no doubt, we not just love IDEA, but for some it is a necessary piece of software used daily.

One interesting thing to note about IntelliJ …

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Nightly 2014-07-17

Posted by: on   Release

We are using a new mirror to host the builds: https://s.basketbuild.com/devs/aokp

Many thanks to Matt and Drew!

Major changes:

  • telephony blacklist
  • navbar cursor keys
  • option to force high-end graphics on low memory devices
  • toggle rewrite: battery, wifi and signal
  • heads up blacklist options
  • translation updates
  • lots of device updates

For the full list go to Gerrit

Zips are added to http://aokp.co/devices/ as they are built.

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PSA: Building with openjdk7 supported

Posted by: on   General

Since 4.4.2, AOSP is buildable with openjdk7

Unfortuantely AOKP was not. But after the merger of this patch you can build latest AOKP source (kitkat branch) with both oracle java6 and openjdk7.

NOTE: This mostly concerns builders and people who make ROMs based on our source. If you just flash nightlies and wait for cool stuff untill next nightly, this wont make any difference to you.

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(Heads-up) AOKP is switching back to CM's CAF-based kernels

Posted by: on   Important

Note that in an effort to minimize the maintenance required by some of us Kanglings, we’re moving back to CM’s CAF-based kernel for the following devices:

  • flo (Nexus 7 2013 (WiFi))
  • deb (Nexus 7 2013 (LTE))

This will not only allow us to focus on other code changes/enhancements, but also provide a kernel which is focused more on performance updates from Qualcomm, rather than AOSP ‘features’ from Google.

If you’re looking…

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