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Cyanagenmod For Prestigio Multipad Pmp5580C Duo

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im looking for cwm for this tablet too

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im looking for cwm for this tablet too

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CyanogenMod 10.1 for Prestigio PMP5580C Duo (build by Christian Troy, port by nnlynx)

Firmware is available by this link

Installing howto:

  1. Download cm-10.1_for_pmp5580c_with_bt_support.zip archive
  2. Unpack in a root of external sdcard of 6 files
  3. Come into unpacked cwm-recovery by clicking of Power and Vol +
  4. Make wipe data/factory reset and wipe cache partition
  5. Install zip from sdcard: at first cm-10.1-20130917-UNOFFICIAL-elf2.zip, then gapps-jb-20130301-amlogic.zip, then pmp5580c-cm10.1_compatibility_20131206.zip and then
    jb-usb_bluetooth.zip
  6. Reboot your tablet
  7. Enjoy!

Screenshots:

http://cs3-4.4pda.to/3815008.png

http://cs3-4.4pda.to/3815010.png

http://cs3-4.4pda.to/3822045.png

FAQ:

  1. For receiving access to the menu of the developer in the About a Tablet point of 10 times to tap on build number.
  2. For connecting to hidden wi-fi networks come into Settings -> Wi-Fi -> Additional functions -> the Code of the region of Wi-fi and select "Europe"
  3. For make of a screenshot click at the same time Power and Vol-
  4. For use bluetooth on tablet, connect an usb-bluetooth adapter through an OTG cable, enable Bluetooth in Settings. If adapter wasn't defined, open the terminal emulator, run command bt-reset at root, enable Bluetooth in settings.

Known issues:

  1. Speakers does not turned off when headphones is plugged in (unsolved)

If you appreciate my work, you can support me by making a small donation. PayPal or WebMoney: R234732375165

Edited by nnlynx

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Wow. many thanks. before I test the Rom I still have a few questions.

can you upload the cwm file?

and there are updates in the future yet?

in which languages ​​is the Rom?

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This is multilanguage rom. cwm inside of zip-archive. I hope, cm10.2 will be ready soon.

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I need the cwm so I can make a ndroid backup before.

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Wow, very many thanks. Its work wonderful and very fast.

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Hi and thanks, great job well done!! You make me very very happy with your work.

Got some problems with the bluetooth dongle, it wont connects to my Donzo BT keyboard. The tablet found the keyboard but it wont connect with it. My dongle is

"CSL - USB nano Bluetooth-Dongle V4.0 with LED, Class 4.0 Technology" with an OTG Cable

What can i do to make it work?

Edited by W3hrWolf

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W3hrWolf, can you connect by this bt-dongle to other bt-device (for example, to the smartphone) and transfer any files in between?

Edited by nnlynx

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Hi,

no i cant, the device will be found by the tablet, pairing works but then nothing happens. The bluetooth icon wont change from grey to blue.

Regards

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I have the same problem, but with another company of the bt-dongle. bt-reset did not work.

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I tested now 3 Dongle´s and not one is working, pairing ok, no connection with the device (PC,Smartphone)

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1. run android terminal emulator

2. type "su" and resolve superuser privileges

3. plug bt-dongle in over otg

4. type in android terminal emulator "dmesg | grep usb". If you see something like "usb 1-1: new full speed USB device number 6 using dwc_otg", it means bt-dongle is recognized by kernel.

5. type "bt-reset" in android terminal emulator

6. open Settings -> Bluetooth and turn bluetooth on. If you see something like http://s37-temporary-files.radikal.ru/094b8b659b284cf2a69452316361898c/-929206895.png, it means bt-dongle is ready to use.

7. reboot your tablet. Do not boot with the bluetooth plugged in; plug it once you booted to android.

8. Now you can just plug bt-dongle in and turn it on, without terminal commands running.

If it doesn't help, i have no any ideas how to make it work.

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1. run android terminal emulator

2. type "su" and resolve superuser privileges

3. plug bt-dongle in over otg

4. type in android terminal emulator "dmesg | grep usb". If you see something like "usb 1-1: new full speed USB device number 6 using dwc_otg", it means bt-dongle is recognized by kernel.

After this it shows:

usb1-1: new full speed USB device driver nuber 2 using dwc_otg

init: cannot find `/system/bin/usbtestpm_mx_iddq´, disabling `usbpm`

Edited by W3hrWolf

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it's ok. continue

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well, probably these dongles aren't supported...

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Is it possible that the app bluetooth share works not correct? Read something about 4.2 and this app. Clearing cache and app data wont help.

Or the kernel may make problems?

Edited by W3hrWolf

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Probably. Kernel is taken from stock firmware 2.0.24. Build of cyanogenmod is made by Christian Troy for Ainol's tablets. I made porting for PMP5580C.

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CyanogenMod 10.2 for Prestigio PMP5580C Duo (build by Christian Troy, port by nnlynx)

Firmware:

CWM-recovery

cm-10.2-20131130-UNOFFICIAL-elf2.zip

gapps-jb43-core-amlogic.zip

pmp5580c-cm10.2_singleuser.zip

Installing howto:

[*] Download CWM-recovery, cm-10.2-20131130-UNOFFICIAL-elf2.zip, gapps-jb43-core-amlogic.zip and pmp5580c-cm10.2_singleuser.zip

[*] Move this files in a root of external sdcard

[*] Come into cwm-recovery by clicking of Power and Vol +

[*] Make wipe data/factory reset

[*] Install zip from sdcard: at first cm-10.2-20131130-UNOFFICIAL-elf2.zip, then gapps-jb43-core-amlogic.zip and then pmp5580c-cm10.2_singleuser.zip

[*] Reboot your tablet

[*] Enjoy!

Screenshots:

http://4pda.ru/forum...25-17-31-24.png

http://4pda.ru/forum...25-17-31-57.png

http://4pda.ru/forum...25-17-34-53.png

http://4pda.ru/forum...25-17-35-27.png

FAQ:

  1. For receiving access to the menu of the developer in the About a Tablet point of 10 times to tap on build number.
  2. For connecting to hidden wi-fi networks come into Settings -> Wi-Fi -> Additional functions -> the Code of the region of Wi-fi and select "Europe"
  3. For make of a screenshot click at the same time Power and Vol-
  4. For use bluetooth on tablet, connect an usb-bluetooth adapter through an OTG cable, enable Bluetooth in Settings. If adapter wasn't defined, open the terminal emulator, run command bt-reset at root, enable Bluetooth in settings.
  5. If you don't like the new feature that automatically triggers airplane mode when the display is turned off you can add "ro.disable_auto_airplane_mode=1" to /system/build.prop.
  6. Internal memory is mounted at /storage/sdcard0, external sdcard is mounted at /storage/sdcard1. If you wanna swap them (and make primary your real microsd) just edit "persist.sys.vold.switchexternal=0" to "persist.sys.vold.switchexternal=1" in "/system/build.prop" file.

Known issues:

  1. Screen will turn black for few milliseconds when the display rotation animation kicks in. It's something cosmetic that doesn't cause any real issue.

If you appreciate my work, you can support me by making a small donation. PayPal or WebMoney: R234732375165

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