tilal6991

[ICS] [CM9] [4.0.4] ColdFusionX for the ZTE Skate [ROM] [UPDATED - 28/06]

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dadashi    38

Android Open Source Project...

This new rom would say bye bye to any ideas of phone upgrade to SG2 or whatever ...

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t0mm13b    303

Coming soon...

Progress so far:

After not a lot of work on my part I have got it booting to a certain extent. I am working on this right now

Status:

I downloaded CM sources instead of AOSP source so there were some compatibility issues. I'm now downloading AOSP sources and will rebuild when that happens. (15GB download!)

Have you had any luck in compiling for the armv6-vfp especially in the dalvikvm compile bit which seems to break on mine and build grinds to a halt with obscure (read, renamed variables for armv6)?

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tilal6991    4,024

Have you had any luck in compiling for the armv6-vfp especially in the dalvikvm compile bit which seems to break on mine and build grinds to a halt with obscure (read, renamed variables for armv6)?

There is no arm6 on aosp so I just used armv5te-vfp. It compiled but as I said booting didn't get very far.

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t0mm13b    303

There is no arm6 on aosp so I just used armv5te-vfp. It compiled but as I said booting didn't get very far.

Not on aosp - correct, but on cm7's tree that is... thats where I think, the armv6-vfp which is the target abi for both Zte Blade/Skate chipset, that is absent... as for using the armv5te-vfp, would there be neglible performance hits as result of using older chipset abi?

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tilal6991    4,024

Not on aosp - correct, but on cm7's tree that is... thats where I think, the armv6-vfp which is the target abi for both Zte Blade/Skate chipset, that is absent... as for using the armv5te-vfp, would there be neglible performance hits as result of using older chipset abi?

On the ICS branch of CM, ARM6 has not been updated.

As for ARM5 - it has been said it is almost exactly the same. There is an active port on the hero which used it and it's working very well.

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t0mm13b    303

On the ICS branch of CM, ARM6 has not been updated.

As for ARM5 - it has been said it is almost exactly the same. There is an active port on the hero which used it and it's working very well.

Ho okie :)

Cool! :D

Best of luck with the build process :)

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Frankish    214

Lots of ports seem to have no touchscreen issue maybe worth looking at the methods for other ports?

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Frankish    214

If Tom can't fix it nobody can lol. Hope it goes well for you Tilal. I've lowered my sgs2 to £340 and still can't sell it!

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tilal6991    4,024

If Tom can't fix it nobody can lol. Hope it goes well for you Tilal. I've lowered my sgs2 to £340 and still can't sell it!

Touchscreen partially working now.

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tillaz    2,790

I've lowered my sgs2 to £340 and still can't sell it!

i would replace the stock picture with a proper photo of your phone, so people can see the actual condition wink.gif

my OMC is going on Ebay soon..

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D3abL3    105

Touchscreen partially working now.

Is it working as a dot or actual touch screen?

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tilal6991    4,024

Is it working as a dot or actual touch screen?

Either and both.

As a touchscreen the pressure is horribly innaccurate.

As a pointer it's just plain annoying. :)

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D3abL3    105

Either and both.

As a touchscreen the pressure is horribly innaccurate.

As a pointer it's just plain annoying. :)

I found this over XDA, maybe it helps.

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