dni123

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  1. sources are from here: https://github.com/ipaq3870/omnia2-kernel-3/tree/i8000
  2. Sorry i dont know if it is implemented correctly... here is the kernel source: http://www64.zippyshare.com/v/66262483/file.html
  3. i will upload it soon... i port them from 2.6.32 Kernel keyboard seems to be initialized but not touchscreen compared to a kernel log from 2.6.32 this 2nd line is missing: <6>[ 1.108788] S3C Touchscreen driver, (c) 2008 Samsung Electronics <6>[ 1.109051] s3c-ts got loaded successfully : 12 bits
  4. i dont have the source online anywhere yet... here is a kernel log: http://codeviewer.org/view/code:3760 and here a zimage for testing: http://www64.zippyshare.com/v/52833679/file.html
  5. im working on porting the 3.0.8 Kernel from Spica to O2 i got it booting up, but touchscreen and keyboard is not working yet. after porting the kernel it is maybe easier to port the fimg driver i think
  6. ah i uploaded the wrong file, sry here is a fix for v3: http://www7.zippysha...99380/file.html and here fix for su: http://www30.zippyshare.com/v/57802027/file.html
  7. Here is my Version 3: working: audio phone data vibration deepsleep Bluetooth <---- pls test partialy working: wifi <---- edit /system/etc/wifi/wpa_supplicant.conf with yout wifi details - to start or stop wifi type in terminal emulator "start wifi" as root Download: http://www12.zippyshare.com/v/27117982/file.html
  8. no, i cant do anything with usb because my usbport is completely broken...
  9. yes i work on wifi at the moment and after that i take a look at camera... i have no other phone here with bluetooth, so i cant test it. I will upload a new backup today!
  10. I agree with a team, too... i think it ist not easy to fix wifi... in my oppinion the problem is libhardware_legacy.so and without recompiling we can not fix wifi!
  11. 1) To connect to a wlan network it must be saved in the /system/etc/wifi/wpa_supplicant.conf As i mentioned before in twister2 the file where networks are saved is /data/misc/wifi/bcm_supp.conf So if you have connected once to your network in twister2 you can copy the file from twister2:/data/misc/wifi/bcm_supp.conf to cm7:/system/etc/wifi/wpa_supplicant.conf so when this is done and you start the wpa_supplicant it should automatically connect to your network set the nameservers to googlenameservers for example and you can browse over wifi! "setprop net.dns1 8.8.8.8" "setprop net.dns2 8.8.4.4" Another way to connect to a network that is not saved in /system/etc/wifi/wpa_supplicant.conf is over terminal emulator with "wpa_cli": -Open terminal emulator and type "su"---->Enter -type "insmod /system/lib/modules/libertasspi.ko"---->Enter -type "start wpa_supplicant" -type "wpa_cli -p/data/misc/wifi/ -iwlan0"---->Enter -type "scan"---->Enter -type "scan_results"---->Enter //This lists the available Networks -type "add_network"---->Enter //This creates a new Network and gives you a number which is the network_id -type "set_network network_id ssid "the_name_of_your_network""---->Enter /for example: set_network 0 ssid "My WiFi 1" -type "set_network network_id psk "the_password_of_your_network""---->Enter -type "set_network network_id key_mgmt WPA-PSK"---->Enter -type "enable_network network_id"---->Enter -type "save_config"---->Enter -type "reconfigure"---->Enter -type "quit"---->Enter This saves you desired network to the wpa_supplicant config file. You can also edit the wpa_supplicant config file by hand, which is much faster i think... Example: ctrl_interface=/data/misc/wifi ctrl_interface_group=wifi update_config=1 network={ ssid="My WiFi 1" psk="mypassword" key_mgmt=WPA-PSK } You only need to do this once! Next time just start "wpa_supplicant" and it will automatically connect to the saved network! Check if dhcpcd is running with: "ps | grep dhcpcd"---->Enter if not start it with "dhcpcd wlan0"---->Enter For setting Nameservers: -type "setprop net.dns1 8.8.8.8"---->Enter -type "setprop net.dns2 8.8.4.4"---->Enter 2) For me its working to simply unload the libertasspi module -> then network is offline and phone goes to deepsleep again
  12. Thx for the suggestion with bluetooth i didnt test anything with bluetooth before after copying all nessecary files from minl official1 i have a bluetooth headset succesfully connected.
  13. Hi Spiderman, pls do not give up :) i dont have fixed usb at all, because my usb port of my Omnia2 is broken, so i cant help with usb at all... if i write console i always mean the terminal emulator! with "iwlist scan" you can scan for networks via wifi therefore you only need to load the libertasspi module -> insmod /system/lib/modules/libertasspi.ko and then bring the interface online with -> ifconfig wlan0 up after the wlan0 adapter is online you can scan for networks with -> iwlist scan if this is working your wifi is ready to be configured. the outoput of "dmesg | grep -i wlan" and "logcat | grep -i wlan" is not long (only a few lines), so you can wrote it here i will upload a new backup soon
  14. Please dont misunderstand me... your help is appreciated :-) with correct configured wpa_supplicant there is no need for "ifconfig wlan0 up" because wpa_supplicant does it on its own i think... Sorry i dont understand the question? Progress: For wifi to start i just have to write "start wpa_supplicant" in console and it connect with my Router which is saved in "/system/etc/wifi/wpa_supplicant.conf" But over the Settings menu Wifi just gives Error <- i dont know how to fix this in Twister2 the file where AP's saved is "/data/misc/wifi/bcm_supp.conf" <- so you can copy this file to /system/et/wifi/wpa_supplicant.conf for dns to work write in console: setprop net.dns1 8.8.8.8 setprop net.dns2 8.8.8.8 for dhcpcd: mkdir /data/misc/dhcp chmod 0777 /data/misc/dhcp here is updated init.rc and mount.sh http://www70.zippyshare.com/v/95452681/file.html if its not working for you: what is the output of: dmesg | grep -i wlan logcat | grep -i wlan
  15. well in minlroid iwconfig and iwlist are in /system/xbin wpa_cli and wpa_supplicant are in /system/bin and i copied all to /system/bin but i think it doesnt matter in which folder iwconfig and iwlist are... because they are just for testing wifi from console... Android itself doesnt use this files for turning wifi on i think... i might be wrong

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