This post was edited by jwchips 23:40,Apr-15-2013 |
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I had a quick look at the recovery log a few days ago and it's not really very helpful - it simply says that the zip file failed to flash but gives no indication of why! So today I've used my works fibre internet line to download the ROM you posted and can see you have zipped up a folder called 'Port'. This is *probably* the cause of your problems! Because the META-INF folder is not in the root of the zip file CWM does not recognise it as a CWM flashable zip.
I'd try taking all the files out of the Port folder, so the root of the zip file has the system / META-INF / data fodlers and the boot.img.
Of course I am not a developer, have not tested my theory as I do not have a Note and I've never ported anything! But this suggestion won't break anything, your zip is already broken lol :)
Let me know how you get on!
Edit: You have an assert script that checks that the zip file is being flashed to the right device, but it seems to be checking for the 'GT-N7000' or 'GT-I9220'. You have a I717.. how does the I717 appear in the build.prop under ro.product.device or ro.build.product? You will need to amend the assert check accordingly.
Edit2: I've had a look at the assert scripts in CyanogenMods code and they do not match what you have. I do not mean to be rude but I'm not sure what you've actually changed? If you have missed simple things like this then it is very unlikely your port will work, I'm afraid I do not have the time or knowledge to help any further.
Edit3: And what is happening here? Why is the /system mount point changing? As I say I do not have much experience with porting but this strikes me as strange..
mount("ext4", "EMMC", "/dev/block/mmcblk0p24", "/system");
set_perm(0, 0, 0777, "/tmp/backuptool.sh");
set_perm(0, 0, 0644, "/tmp/backuptool.functions");
format("ext4", "EMMC", "/dev/block/mmcblk0p9", "0");
mount("ext4", "EMMC", "/dev/block/mmcblk0p9", "/system");