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[Jelly Bean][4.1.1]CM10 for Huawei G300 【Preview】

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I would have expected a release if it was usable, not just a preview

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looks good, though you lot need to give him time to fix things :) :P

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hi is there any progress i ve just seen that the san fransico got a alpha of cm10 and a lot a of things are already working like mobile network wifi ... that's amaing

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Im really looking forward to use cm10 :-P

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Im really looking forward to use cm10 :-P

Don't hold your breath! ;-P

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The next few days , I will release RIL

Any news qiwu?

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Will these sort of problems be resolved if/when Huawei releases the kernel source?

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But he'll realising a rom or something or he's keeping the RIL for nothing?

I can't understand this behaviour... if he release it everyone would recognize his achievement... isn't that the proposal of the android comunnity or he expects to get some money??

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Will these sort of problems be resolved if/when Huawei releases the kernel source?

It has the potential to solve some problems but not the RIL implementation. That requires actual reversing in the community in some form or another.

Personally I'm not versed in the ins and outs of Qualcomm RIL.

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I wish I knew something about it to help out :/

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Right. Here's an actual build.

Things are fixed, things are broken.

RIL is still broken and the Phone app is completely missing to prevent constant crashing of telephony, sorry guys.

Edit: I also might have OpenGL working on the stock ROM, hang on...

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Awesome. Is this for the new or old baseband? (Presumably new if RIL isn't working doh! :P)

Edited by Hans Gruber
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Edit: I also might have OpenGL working on the stock ROM, hang on...

Oh? :huh:

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Someone say openGL? :-D

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It can almost be done for the stock ROM but obviously as I'm hacking an already compiled ROM... yeah. Things I need to change causes problems elsewhere.

When CM10 gets a little better I think I've got a solution to it. I don't think we'll be seeing it on a stock ROM though, unless I get employed by Huawei. :P

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Nice work daz i like the dedication

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Will getting OpenGL fixed suffice to get project butter working?

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Project Butter isn't a "thing". There's nothing to get working, it's just a set of changes. They are dependent on OpenGL acceleration being there in the first place, though.

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Hey that sounds great, can't wait to try out CM10. Big thanks to the devs!

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Right. Here's an actual build.

Things are fixed, things are broken.

RIL is still broken and the Phone app is completely missing to prevent constant crashing of telephony, sorry guys.

Edit: I also might have OpenGL working on the stock ROM, hang on...

awesome, nice work

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What baseband is this using? I'm currently running the b927 zip flashed through cwm.

Is it OK to flash this over the top (after backup and wipe) for a play around?

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My build?

It's irrelevant as RIL doesn't work on either baseband.

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