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I have seen KonstaT fixed the fmradio for blade Ⅲ on github.

And i have try the code.

I am compiling cm10.1 for zte n880e.

unfortunately,i face some problems on it.

I need some help.FM is not working.

my device is : zte n880e。

its cpu is the same as blade Ⅲ。

its wiif 、bluetooth、FM is bcm4330.

HELP!HELP!HELP!

logcat is here:http://pan.baidu.com/share/link?shareid=3849661652&uk=2401392837

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Where's your sources? ;)

Looks like N880E doesn't use Qualcomm's tavarua radio implementation (because of the Broadcom chip) so the solution I'm using won't work on your device.

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Where's your sources? ;)

Looks like N880E doesn't use Qualcomm's tavarua radio implementation (because of the Broadcom chip) so the solution I'm using won't work on your device.

I have upload logcat。

please help me。

3Q。

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If you worked open source it would be a lot easier to help. ;) Your dmesg doesn't even show anything related to FM.

Do you know what kernel driver bcm4330 FM chip uses? Are you using FM proprietaries from N880E? You can use a command line tool (/system/bin/fmconfig) to control radio in rooted shell. Can you enable FM using that?

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If you worked open source it would be a lot easier to help. ;) Your dmesg doesn't even show anything related to FM.

Do you know what kernel driver bcm4330 FM chip uses? Are you using FM proprietaries from N880E? You can use a command line tool (/system/bin/fmconfig) to control radio in rooted shell. Can you enable FM using that?

3Q。I will have a try。

Another probelm is 3G。

I use CHINA TELECOM.

radio logcat is here.

http://pan.baidu.com/share/link?shareid=3276761593&uk=2401392837

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If you worked open source it would be a lot easier to help. ;) Your dmesg doesn't even show anything related to FM.

Do you know what kernel driver bcm4330 FM chip uses? Are you using FM proprietaries from N880E? You can use a command line tool (/system/bin/fmconfig) to control radio in rooted shell. Can you enable FM using that?

bluetooth is also a big problem.

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