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Lenovo Ideapad K1 CM9 Ice Cream Sandwich Unofficial Port




We now have unofficial Cayanogen Mod 9 for Lenovo Ideapad K1, thanks to "Khanning"

This is an unofficial CM9 port for the Lenovo Ideapad K1 tablet. To flash this Rom you must be already running the official Lenovo ICS Rom or my AOSP ICS build. This WILL NOT work if you are currently running Honeycomb or the Alpha cm9 port, update to one of the newer Roms then flash this from CWM recovery.

For Latest Update check original post at: XDA

*DISCLAIMER*
This site bloggers and Khanning takes no responsibility for any fault or damage caused by any procedures within this guide. No warranties of any kind are given.


Looking for a update? Check out latest Jelly Bean 4.2.2 for K1 here Jelly Bean 4.2.2 for K1

The BAD:
  • Video Camera face effects
  • Rotation Lock Switch (Software switch works)
  • Reboot > Recovery in power menu not working (Rom Manager - Reboot Recovery and 'reboot recovery' command both work fine)

Required Files:

Grab both of the files below.
1. cm-9-20120809-UNOFFICIAL-k1.zip or mirror: Link
md5sum: 181adb1e84090a7ecb37ac5215284afb

2. Gapps: Link
Grab the latest gapps for 4.0.4: Latest as of today Direct Link: 20120429


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 CM9 zip (cm-9-20120809-UNOFFICIAL-k1.zip)
5. In Recovery:  Flash latestGapps (20120429)
6. Reboot
7. Enjoy



How to Reboot to Recovery


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



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