How To Port LewaOS, JoyOS To Your Android Device

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If you’re looking for a process that completely explains the process of porting the LewaOS, JoyOS to your Android device, then here’s the perfect solution for you.

Pre-Requisites To Port LewaOS, JoyOS To Your Android Device

  • Adb: It will help you out in cases which seem to hardly be solved whilst porting. You can get it from here.
  • WinRAR: It will help you unpack .zip and .rar files. You can get it from here.
  • Notepad++: This is an essential app required to open and edit the text files. You can get it from here.
  • Base ROM: You will need this ROM to port your device to LewaOS, JoyOS. It is the Cyanogen mod 7, get it from here.
  • LewaOS ROM: This is the main file because this is what you will be porting. You can get it from here.

Note: Use S5830 to port in case your device is MDPI and U8800X, V880 to port if the device is HDPI.

Procedure To Port LewaOS, JoyOS To Your Android Device

1. Open both the downloaded ROMs using winRAR in two windows. Don’t extract just yet.

2. Go to ‘/system’ and delete ‘/system/app’, ‘/system/framework’ and ‘/system/media’ folder from Base ROM (CM7) respectively.

3. Copy ‘/system/app’ , ‘/system/framework’ and ‘/system/media’ folder from LewaOS to Base ROM.

Note: Copying can be done by simply drag and drop between the WinRAR windows.

4. Go to ‘/system/bin’ of Base ROM.

5. Copy all files present in ‘/system/bin’ to LewaROM.

6. Now from LewaROM copy all files from ‘/system/bin’ folder to ‘/system/bin’ of Base ROM. This will replace all existing files of same name and adds missing files.

7. Go to ‘/system/etc’ of Base ROM.

8. Copy all files (except the folders) from ‘/system/etc’ of BaseROM to ‘/system/etc’ of LewaROM.

9. Now from LewaROM copy all files from ‘/system/etc’ folder to ‘/system/etc’ of Base ROM. This also replaces all existing files of same name and adds missing files.

10. Go to ‘/system/etc/init.d’ of Base ROM.

11. Copy all files ‘/system/etc/init.d’ of LewaROM to ‘/system/etc/init.d’ of BaseROM.

12. Go to ‘/system/etc/permissions’ of Base ROM.

13. Copy all files from ‘/system/etc/permissions’ of BaseROM to ‘/system/etc/permissions’ of LewaROM.

14. Now from LewaROM copy all files from ‘/system/etc/permissions’ folder to ‘/system/etc/permissions’ of Base ROM.

15. Go to ‘/system/lib’ of Base ROM.

16. Copy all ‘*.so’ from ‘/system/lib’ of BaseROM to ‘/system/lib’ of LewaROM.

17. From LewaROM copy all files from ‘/system/lib’ folder to ‘/system/lib’ of Base ROM.

18. Go to /system/xbin of Base ROM.

19. Copy all files present in ‘/system/xbin’ folder to ‘/system/xbin’ of LewaROM.

20. Now from LewaROM copy all files from ‘/system/xbin’ folder to ‘/system/xbin’ of Base ROM.

21. Open ‘build.prop’ from both ROM using the above downloaded Notepad++.

Add these lines below ‘ro.cm.device=YOUR_DEVICE_NAME’

“ ro.lewa.version=YOUR_ROM_NAME
ro.lewa.device=YOUR_DEVICE_NAME”

22. Add these lines in # ADDITIONAL_BUILD_PROPERTIES below “ro.com.android.dataroaming=”

“ro.compcache.default=0
ro.lewa.swapper.part_path=/dev/block/mmcblk1p3
ro.lewa.swapper.flash_swappiness=99
ro.lewa.swapper.sd_swappiness=60
ro.error.receiver.system.apps=com.lewa.fc
ro.error.receiver.default=com.lewa.fc
persist.sys.notif-speaker=1
persist.sys.ring-speaker=1”

23. Remove the following lines

“persist.sys.themeId=Cyanbread
persist.sys.themePackageName=com.tmobile.theme.Cya nbread”

24. Now rename the BaseROM to whatever you like and flash your Android device with it.

That’s it. Now you have successfully ported LewaOS, JoyOS to your Android device. If you encounter any issues while following this procedure, do let us know via the comments section below. We will try and fix the issue.

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