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I've stopped development for the time being as I don't have enough time atm due to exams. I'll try work on it a bit during the easter break though.

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I've stopped development for the time being as I don't have enough time atm due to exams. I'll try work on it a bit during the easter break though.

I'm on the same boat here. Anyone else care to lead temporarily?

Edited by weeo, 27 March 2012 - 05:07 PM.

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I got some time, although I still have no idea how could libsurfaceflinger cause those errors. :unsure:

Look like I gotta take a closer look at arm reverse engineering.

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I got some time, although I still have no idea how could libsurfaceflinger cause those errors. :unsure:

Look like I gotta take a closer look at arm reverse engineering.


You mentioned earlier that you can't find a decompiler for arm machine code. It pooped in today that on warez forums they distribute games that were modified to work with v6. That mean's that they have a working decompiler.

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You mentioned earlier that you can't find a decompiler for arm machine code. It pooped in today that on warez forums they distribute games that were modified to work with v6. That mean's that they have a working decompiler.


Or they can read the binary :)
Actually even I do know some instructions on x86 without a disassembler, for ex. 0x90 is NOP, which stands for No OPeration, because I used it a lot. I guess if they do it all day they learn it over time too. Now I'm looking at HTE, which as I can see is commonly used for iPhone reverse-engineering (=it can disassemble arm), but when I run it, it just don't recognize any input, neither mouse or keyboard. :( Still looking for a good reverse engineering tool. All I found is setting up GDB remotely over ADB, but that's a no go for me, as I have got one single usb port, and I'm using a usb wifi adapter.

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Maybe if you can get adb over wi-fi to work?

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Maybe if you can get adb over wi-fi to work?

That may work, although I don't like to make things like debugging available over the whole network. Will try to set up wifi via pcmcia adapter, then I should be able to get a backtrace of the crash that causes the reboot, without losing connectivity.

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Or they can read the binary :)
Actually even I do know some instructions on x86 without a disassembler, for ex. 0x90 is NOP, which stands for No OPeration, because I used it a lot. I guess if they do it all day they learn it over time too. Now I'm looking at HTE, which as I can see is commonly used for iPhone reverse-engineering (=it can disassemble arm), but when I run it, it just don't recognize any input, neither mouse or keyboard. :( Still looking for a good reverse engineering tool. All I found is setting up GDB remotely over ADB, but that's a no go for me, as I have got one single usb port, and I'm using a usb wifi adapter.

you can use IDA decompiler!!!



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you can use IDA decompiler!!!


It's $539.

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you can use IDA decompiler!!!

If you pay me a full license, then OK.
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Edited by Sulthekk, 28 March 2012 - 09:31 AM.

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If you pay me a full license, then OK.
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you can decompile the native libs with the demo version.

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you can decompile the native libs with the demo version.

I already got the free version, it came preinstalled with backtrack. Free is X86 only.

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I'm not a dev, but from which phone is this sense port from?

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I'm not a dev, but from which phone is this sense port from?


Original rom from salsa, framework from desire.

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I can imagine that it is a bit harder to create, but a friend of mine tried a ICS/Sense4-ROM on his Desire HD and it was the smoothest experience on his phone ever because of less 3D-Animations than on Sense3.x.
It could mean that it would be advantageous on our Blade, too.
Would that be possible to port?
Up to this thread I thought, Sense would be impossible for non-HTC-devices but since now... :rolleyes:

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^ I wouldn't say no, but a highly unlikely. Sense 4 will be only available on phones with ARMv7 CPUs so as I said highly unlikely.

Edited by brookergray, 29 March 2012 - 09:36 AM.

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^ I wouldn't say no, but a highly unlikely. Sense 4 will be only available on phones with ARMv6 CPUs so as I said highly unlikely.


Did you mean armv7?

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Did you mean armv7?


Yes, but I accidentally wrote 6. Corrected.

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Correct. Sense 4 will only work on powerful devices with ARM7 architecture. We can probably get Sense 3.0 from the WildfireS...

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