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For guys with blurred screen after flashing CM9

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hecatae, which modules you changed? it may be best to change as little as possible, giving priority to those modules that alter the contrast, brightness, or video driver ...

what program are you using to make these changes? or are compiling directly from source code?

so far:

Kconfig

acpuclock-7201.c

devices-msm7x27a.c

memory.c

smd.c

mmu.c

adreno.c

adreno_postmortem.c

adreno_ringbuffer.c

kgsl_mmu.c

kgsl_pwrctrl.c

mcs8000_ts_mms128.c

mms100_ISC_download.h

mms100_firmware_binary.c

radio-tavarua.c

hi351_reg.c

msm_camera.c

msm_io_msm7x27a.c

msm_battery.c

lge_gpio_switch.c

base.c

fs.h

earlysuspend.c

sys.c

hci_event.c

we may only need:

mcs8000_ts_mms128.c

mms100_ISC_download.h

mms100_firmware_binary.c

but everything else looked interesting, so I added it in.

I have kept the original:

board-e0eu-input.c

ebi2_tovis.c

mdp_ppp_v20.c

super.c

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ok, i'm waiting..

and to answer your question, I have grabbed the V10b and v10c sources, and compared to the new v10q source. I have listed the changed files here:

Plus the changes in the defconfig

The changes in most files is minor, the biggest difference is in the touch screen mms100 binary

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ay i captain :P

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the screen went blurry and touch doesn't works ... but do not give up, is on track!

I noticed that not only the touch does not work, the system does not respond to physical buttons!

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same result...

i'm still here :)

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Try as he was leaving and change only the input modules (touch, buttons) ...

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the screen went blurry and touch doesn't works ... but do not give up, is on track!

I noticed that not only the touch does not work, the system does not respond to physical buttons!

ok thats something different

building again

3rd version, same link as last time http://dl.dropbox.com/u/81992760/boot.img

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Tested,screen is normal but problem actually,touch dosnt work,and battery icon after restart phone,and after lock phone dosnt active sorry my eng s***.

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Tested,screen is normal but problem actually,touch dosnt work,and battery icon after restart phone,and after lock phone dosnt active sorry my eng s***.

your english is fine.

battery icon is a cm9 bug from previous.

so I'm back to gp2ap002.c and others regarding input...

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I'm so excited about this! Finally CM9 would run on our LG L3 :D

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right new one up, same place as last time, just replaced mms100_firmware_binary.c with the new version.

could someone check it, that's all I have changed, rest of the kernel is stock cm9 caf msm 2.6.38

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/81992760/boot.img

in my normal screen, it's not boot...

black and white blank screen only appear

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Hmmm...in my phone with new display,no boot,always changing black and white screen,no start firmware.

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in my normal screen, it's not boot...

black and white blank screen only appear

ok, well that's progress, lets see about the other files

think there is one other file to change, building, will up later

and it's up, same link as previously. please let me know if it works

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can anyone say to me how to change the boot.img from hecatae`s cm9?In this way,i could test to help you to release the rom as soon as posible.

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