Sami Beck

[DEVS]CyanogenMod For The Andypad.

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I'm still working on it just need help getting wifi fixed and I'll release a alpha port.

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What needs fixing then? :)

Off the top of my head:

Bluetooth

Camera

Corrupting /system

Also, Here is my github. https://github.com/tmaul/cm_device_andypad_andypadpro

It's designed to work with the stock andypad rom as opposed to the one that fun_s rom requires. This means it doesnt need any extra code for the screen flipping, seems a bit smoother, etc. Still waiting on my replacement libsensors to finish writing itself but probably not going to get that far at least until the weekend. This one might also have fixed the system corruption but its a bit early to tell, but two days without a reinstall isn't bad going.

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Off the top of my head:

Bluetooth

Camera

Corrupting /system

Also, Here is my github. https://github.com/t...ypad_andypadpro

It's designed to work with the stock andypad rom as opposed to the one that fun_s rom requires. This means it doesnt need any extra code for the screen flipping, seems a bit smoother, etc. Still waiting on my replacement libsensors to finish writing itself but probably not going to get that far at least until the weekend. This one might also have fixed the system corruption but its a bit early to tell, but two days without a reinstall isn't bad going.

Some really nice work you did there ;) I'll focus some more on Camera this weekend, check the apk's smali code, since stock camera.apk seems to work.

You're on some IRC where I can reach you?

Great job!

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Some really nice work you did there ;) I'll focus some more on Camera this weekend, check the apk's smali code, since stock camera.apk seems to work.

You're on some IRC where I can reach you?

Great job!

Thanks. It's getting there, slowly. I can't figure out why bluetooth is still not working so I think it's going to be a case of doing some proper debugging to try and work it out. I also want to look at getting the accelerated video playback working which should be pretty easy.

And I don't really get time for IRC, but it would be good to collaborate a bit. Drop me a message on github and we will work something out :)

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I'm sorry, i'm no coder, but I am more than willing to help out with testing. I have just had a replacement Pad Pro sent out with their own updated ROM, but now I've lost all use of Google Apps and Books. I was using it as an ebook reader, now i can't get to them.

I have CyanogenMod in my x10 mini and was/am looking forward to it on the Pad.

Regards,

Tichy

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I'm sorry, i'm no coder, but I am more than willing to help out with testing. I have just had a replacement Pad Pro sent out with their own updated ROM, but now I've lost all use of Google Apps and Books. I was using it as an ebook reader, now i can't get to them.

I have CyanogenMod in my x10 mini and was/am looking forward to it on the Pad.

Regards,

Tichy

I've been searching for someone with the latest ROM for quite some time... Can you please do an rkdump from your system, backup partition (mtd tables) and upload it to a public service?

Pseudo-install has been instructed here: http://androtab.info/rockchip/devel/rkutils/

You'll need temp root with an app called z4root, which can be installed from market or 'adb install z4root.apk'.

I would really, really appreciate this :)

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I've been searching for someone with the latest ROM for quite some time... Can you please do an rkdump from your system, backup partition (mtd tables) and upload it to a public service?

Pseudo-install has been instructed here: http://androtab.info/rockchip/devel/rkutils/

You'll need temp root with an app called z4root, which can be installed from market or 'adb install z4root.apk'.

I would really, really appreciate this :)

Hi, I have been trying to get z4root working without success. the newest version i have found is 1.3.0 z4root just bombs out then when you try to re-open it says it has "stopped unexpectidly".

This updated AndyPad Pro ROM seams even less stable than the original. Also when I first enable Bluetooth the device name comes up as 'Cherrypad Turbo' is this a rip from another Rock chipset pad?

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Hi, I have been trying to get z4root working without success. the newest version i have found is 1.3.0 z4root just bombs out then when you try to re-open it says it has "stopped unexpectidly".

This updated AndyPad Pro ROM seams even less stable than the original. Also when I first enable Bluetooth the device name comes up as 'Cherrypad Turbo' is this a rip from another Rock chipset pad?

Are you sure there was an SD in the device? I think z4root requires an SD...

Anyway, could you try to use this tool then? Make sure usb-debugging is on, and run the batch file (Windows-only).

http://mediafire.com/?8nvdyuu9a3i05x1

If on Linux, please execute the batch adb commands manually with android-sdk installed.

Thanks & good luck!

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Are you sure there was an SD in the device? I think z4root requires an SD...

Anyway, could you try to use this tool then? Make sure usb-debugging is on, and run the batch file (Windows-only).

http://mediafire.com/?8nvdyuu9a3i05x1

If on Linux, please execute the batch adb commands manually with android-sdk installed.

Thanks & good luck!

Yes i have a clean (except tfor the z4root.apk file) 16gb SD card in it.

No joy with the link you sent me either:

* daemon not running. starting it now on port 5037 *

* daemon started successfully *

remount succeeded

failed to copy 'su' to '/system/bin//su': Read-only file system

Unable to chmod /system/bin/su: No such file or directory

failed to copy 'Superuser.apk' to '/system/app//Superuser.apk': Read-only file s

ystem

failed to copy 'RE.apk' to '/system/app//RE.apk': Read-only file system

Unable to chmod /system/app/Superuser.apk: No such file or directory

Unable to chmod /system/app/RE.apk: No such file or directory

*******************************

¤Á═│ÊÐroot

*******************************

Press any key to continue . . .

I have tried SuperOneClick and Universal Androot as well. Both without luck.

Tichy

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Has anyone had any luck figuring out how to run a larger system partition? I've been playing with the current cm9 source and an andypad system.img is coming out at about 160mb, which is a bit too much to fit without deleting things.

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Has anyone had any luck figuring out how to run a larger system partition? I've been playing with the current cm9 source and an andypad system.img is coming out at about 160mb, which is a bit too much to fit without deleting things.

I think the partition sizes are in the bootloader. You might want to check mtd sizes inside of it & hex edit? Keep in mind that a corrupt bootloader will brick your device.

I'm not sure about this though...

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Hi peeps,

I've been doing some searching and it seems this guy "wendal" knows his way around these Chinese tablets,

This shows how to compile the kernel from AndyPad which is actually nice of them to release: http://wendal.net/350.html (translate it)

He's got lots more on his blog, but there's also this: http://www.slatedroid.com/topic/22162-writable-system-for-rk29xxt760p71-et/

I don't know if that helps anybody trying to get anything to work with R/W systems etc.

Joe :)

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