rild.libargs=-d /dev/smd0 is there too, idk how i missed it in last post
ok so, updata flahsed. U8110 V100R001C85B215SP06. all is ok again network is there, keeping it on card for emergency
then flashed ur rls4, all back to old situation (everything works but network). reflashed my own rom (restored nandroid to assure network working) same crap. no network.
tryed ur boot.img with my rom, same. tryed r3b from gforums, same. i guess there is something else here but im not that skilled troubeshooter for androids to figure it out.
strange is, my very first gmod_0.1 works. even more strange is .. its givi italy rom (extracted system.img deodexed superuser) and its fine.
Now I've actually compared the Telenor U8110 ROM and the Expert U8100 ROM (both swedish ROMs) and boot.img is as far as I can see identical. The kernels are not binary identical but the sizes match so I believe they are compiled with the same settings but just compiled at different occasions. /system/framework and /system/app differs but that is likely due to different theme:ing. What is more interesting is that all the libs are binary identical. A handful of binaries in /system/bin differs but I don't believe it matters.
What I believe matters are diifferences in build.prop and in the /system/cust folder. There is something in the UPDATA.APP that results in /data/custom.bin. And the information in custom.bin must match folders in /system/cust. My custom.bin contains expert/se and my ROM has files in /system/cust/expert/se/. This is the number one reason why Wifi usually stops working when a custom ROM based on a phone from one operator is flashed to a phone from another operator. There may be things in local.prop that is responsible for the network problems you get, but I found in my build.prop that is more likely the cause.
You should have a line looking something like this:
try changing it to:
Or wait for me to upload my new release of my custom ROM where I've done this allready and also built my way around the cust thing so it propably will have working wifi even on U8110 phones.
EDIT: If the kernels are identical between U8110 and U8100 it also means I can use the pulse mini kernel source and add nice things like swap and compcache support.
Edited by kallt_kaffe, 17 September 2010 - 10:26 AM.