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San Diego system dump

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I've uploaded a system dump in case anyone wants to have a root around. :)

Enjoy! :)

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Hi there,

Firstly, hello! I help to build Android-x86 for a small touchscreen device known as the O2 Joggler and I figured that the binary translation used in the San Diego could help our cause. After doing some digging around in the system dump (thanks Paul!), I found a reference to a file/folder called qemu-props, located at /system/bin/qemu-props (the file that I got this from was etc/init.goldfish.sh from the system dump). Would it be possible for someone to provide a copy of that file/folder for me to have a look at? I understand that this may not be possible at the moment (due to the lack of root) but when it is possible it would really help me out :)

Thanks,

Jamie

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Hi there,

Firstly, hello! I help to build Android-x86 for a small touchscreen device known as the O2 Joggler and I figured that the binary translation used in the San Diego could help our cause. After doing some digging around in the system dump (thanks Paul!), I found a reference to a file/folder called qemu-props, located at /system/bin/qemu-props (the file that I got this from was etc/init.goldfish.sh from the system dump). Would it be possible for someone to provide a copy of that file/folder for me to have a look at? I understand that this may not be possible at the moment (due to the lack of root) but when it is possible it would really help me out :)

Thanks,

Jamie

Can't find any references to QEMU in /system/bin/, I'm afraid!

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Can't find any references to QEMU in /system/bin/, I'm afraid!

:( thanks for looking anyway. I'll try and find an alternative source - it has to load qemu from somewhere!

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:( thanks for looking anyway. I'll try and find an alternative source - it has to load qemu from somewhere!

You can get it from a developer build. Inside the ICS builds are qemud and qemu-props inside /system/bin/

If you need the full ROM drop me a PM and I'll send you the link, or hit me up on twitter.

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Thank you very much for the DUMP PaulOBrien, I am a few weeks looking for some Intel phone dump (xolo x900, lenovo k800, or that one) I have curious to check the content, about QEMU stuff, I must to say that this thing dont work in that way, to run ARM apps in x86 they are using onthe fly Binary Translator aka libhoudini and an extra abi2=armeabi in build.prop (you can check it in the dump), in any case, Dan from http://buildroid.org did the job for vbox and days after did a patch for real android-x86 devices so we can now use ARM apps in android-x86, if you wanna know more about this stuff take a look at my blog here: http://android-x86.s...?tag=libhoudini

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I've uploaded a system dump in case anyone wants to have a root around. :)

Enjoy! :)

P

I love the irony; a "root" around.

~~ HOW ~~ did it know?! A weather predicting server! Wow!

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I've uploaded a system dump in case anyone wants to have a root around. %7Boption%7D

Enjoy!

P

What method did you get the dump from your phone?

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