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  • Title: MOKEE 7.1.1 X64
  • Listed: 04/06/2017 2:24 pm
  • ROM Version: 7.1.1
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MOKEE 7.1.1 X64
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Stable rom
gapps included
install via twrp X64
> wipe -> Advansed wipe
-DalvikART Cache
-System
-cache
-Data 

new mega link from my upload  ……PLEASE THANKS AND HIT RATE TO CONTINUE…….


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9 Responses to“MOKEE 7.1.1 X64”







  1. 04/09/2017
    Posts: 2

    Canada

    Hi, question – I flashed this OK / without problem but now have some issues:

    (1) IMEI is blanked and I cannot reset via normal methods. MTK Engineer mode is not working, phone dialer codes to get into IMEI change don't work. Tried add-on apps with Root permission granted (ie, ChamelPhon etc) and despite punching in IMEI and rebooting the changes don't stick.  Cannot get IMEI set.  Tried looking from PC_Laptop using MKDroid Tools and it claims Rom is unknown / and IMEI button is not available to make edit.

    So phone is not a phone currently, is a bit frustrating.

    (2)  did my initial install via TWRP and it went flawlessly. Now that Mokee is on the Doogee x5 Max Pro, I cannot get it to boot into recovery mode TWRP – I choose recover mode at boot/phone power on (Volume up plus power; select recovery, select to boot.). It has "white" doogee logo .. stays that way, blanks, white logo – and then goess into normal boot loader for Mokee.  So right now I cannot get away from Mokee to try other ROMS.  Using a Rom-manager app in my Mokee environment, I can see that TWRP is listed as my boot recovery environment; it just seems ?Something? about Mokee is interfering with TWRP being able to be used.

     

    Any help will be massively appreciated; right now my phone is not quite bricked but not much use.

     

    Thanks,

    Tim





    • 02/22/2016
      Posts: 3

      Algeria

      (1) flash TWRP X 64 via sp flashtool and you can access to recovery .

      (2) i 'll upload a backup of nvram files soon .

       

       





  2. 08/15/2016
    Posts: 15

    Hungary

    GOOD—- DOOGEE X5 PRO??





  3. 01/06/2017
    Posts: 1

    Spain

    Can you upload the patches for this ROM? I tried to get them from the forum 4PDA but it is impossible for me to solve the captchas when creating an account or log in. Without these corresponding pathes I do not operate the camera normally and the fm radio is not activated. It would be nice if people upload to this web the patches of these roms to make them more accessible to people who need them. Can someone upload them, please?

    Despite the above the rom works perfectly, although I have seen some bug when it comes to playing YouTube videos in HD (the screen scrolls and the image is cropped). How long does the battery last for you? I think it lasted a day when I tried it.

    Can you also add support for other languages?





  4. 09/20/2014
    Posts: 2

    Spain

    Only English And Russian. Installed ok in TWRP x32, When Spanish?





  5. 04/09/2017
    Posts: 2

    Canada

    Hi, quick footnote on my thread from yesterday; for what it is worth.

    – could not boot to recovery, after installing mokee. really weird.

    – ended up just doing 'alternate' route (A) Stock ROM re-flash using windows flash tool / regular process with Doogee stock rom. (b) Set the IMEI for both SIMs to be 'correct' using 'dialer shortcut' (ie, call to *#4634#  ) – enter IMEI for 1,2, then after reboot they are set properly. (c) Stock install of TWRP via windows flasher tool. (d) Once twrp was on the phone, pushed on the zipfile for CyanogenMod latest I can find for my phone (CyanogenOS-13.0.2) – this proceeded smoothly after clobbering local slices first properly as per stock process. (e) reboot, cyanogen does its thing, restores things from google last backup, and my IMEI are still set and not borked.  So at least phone is usable again now, which is nice.  If I get keen I will re-flash to Mokee and play with it later, but for now I just want my phone to work. (sigh).  Only other observation I had was that the mokee flash seemed to hit the battery harder than my stock doogee rom (typically phone lasts >2 days on a charge with no use; in contrast Mokee was down to ~nearly-flat battery after sitting on my desk all day with no use after sad flash attempt with mokee / left turned on doing nothing).  Anyhoo.  Thanks to the other suggestions posted since my original post (ie, doh, re-push TWRP – would likely have done the trick).  –Tim





    • 10/18/2015
      Posts: 13

      Here's a helpful tip. Once you install the ROM from TWRP, before rebooting RESET the phone (Swipe to Facotry Reset) – then reboot onto normal mode. Your IEMIs were likely wiped becuase you chose to wipe "Cache" (not Dalvik), try avoiding that.

      On the battery drain issue. Have you enabled "Doze" to allow the phone to enter 'deep sleep' mode? If there are some wakelocks working in the background eating at your CPU (and thus battery) – try installing wakelock detector (root needed) and disable those pesky background services that make your CPU work overtime. I did that to a 6.0.1 ROM and after careful optimization I extened my battery's life nearly three-fold (as I predominantly use the phone as a phone and wish to pick when I enter 'power mode' or just idling).

      Regards





  6. 05/04/2017
    Posts: 1

    Hungary

    This OS is bricked my phone…. DONT USE THIS!!!

     


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