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[ROM][32A][HELP] A Chef's Apprentice : Preparing compiled ROM

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Hi,

I have downloaded donut sources from http://source.android.com/download. Code was successfully compiled after some minor tweaks (I am on Fedora 12) and I was able to load the compiled ROM in the emulator.

However I am not able to have it running on my 32A Magic. Obviously I am guessing the code and instructions I got from android.com and HTC is for the Google ION. Probably something to do with the device drivers or memory configuration.

I am quite handy with C programming, Unix and shell scripts but pretty much green when it comes to Android. I have unzipped roms or running unyaffs to view what is under the hood but I am missing something to make this work.

Any help to point me in the right direction is much appreciated.

cheers,

Waerren

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Hi,

I have downloaded donut sources from http://source.android.com/download. Code was successfully compiled after some minor tweaks (I am on Fedora 12) and I was able to load the compiled ROM in the emulator.

However I am not able to have it running on my 32A Magic. Obviously I am guessing the code and instructions I got from android.com and HTC is for the Google ION. Probably something to do with the device drivers or memory configuration.

I am quite handy with C programming, Unix and shell scripts but pretty much green when it comes to Android. I have unzipped roms or running unyaffs to view what is under the hood but I am missing something to make this work.

Any help to point me in the right direction is much appreciated.

cheers,

Waerren

me too, have u found any tutorial?

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