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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" "setprop net.dns2" 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"---->Enter -type "setprop net.dns2"---->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 setprop net.dns2 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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