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I've fixed the LOG/ALOG crap, and at the moment the damage report is that I had to sacrifice gps and audio for now. There really is no point me merging the required stuff from CM9 when it will be merged officially soon.

In other news, this is a lot more successful than an ARMv6 device I'm also porting. I don't have to faff around with assembly at least. :P

Great job buddy thanks!

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Things are all looking promising then :D really looking forward to JellyBean

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It's putting the final zip together.

Basically all the hardware features are broken: mobile network (when is it not?), Wi-Fi, audio and gps. I think is the conclusive list on top of CM9. If it runs, it will literally just be running.

If people want to have a play around I can upload it, but make a backup as I imagine nobody will be staying on it (yet). This is very, very early - the CM10 manifest went up last night, and it's pretty much AOSP still.

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This'll have to be pushed back to tomorrow at the earliest - there's a few libjpeg issues to sort out but I don't imagine much after that will be preventing it from booting.

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For what it looks Im staying with the official Rom until this rom is released. Thanks for the good work :D

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Getting close, very close indeed.

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Good news,fingers croossed! thank you again for everything :)

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Thanks! Without the community this smartphone would worth half!

Hope to try CM10 after 15 days after purchase passed :D

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This is sounding sweet. Keep it up. :)

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very good news thanks for your work, when you say "getting close " you mean you are try to make it boot or you mean that every thing like gsm camera sound or gps work ?

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getting close to a booting test rom more than likely. A preview for those keen to try it out but with stuff not working.

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very good news thanks for your work, when you say "getting close " you mean you are try to make it boot or you mean that every thing like gsm camera sound or gps work ?


That's far too hopeful. Our device sources are far too young for everything to be working on ICS, never mind Jelly Bean.

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I have something booting with a functional UI. Going to release it.

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Seems like nice progress :D

What isnt working?

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You're already asking the wrong question. "What is working" is more appropriate.

Wi-Fi is pretty much all that's working.

Edited by Dazzozo, 13 July 2012 - 12:47 AM.

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I've dropped the build off at here: http://g300.thebronasium.com/nightly/

Please, please please please do not imagine you are going to be using this as your daily driver. You cannot use this as a phone. I won't be making a thread for this for a while and will probably just dump updates in this thread.

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Can this be installed over Stock ICS, B926 ?! I would like to boot it :)

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I've just installed it an although it's a little slow it's very impressive to see it even booting this soon. Good job. :D

Also my wifi is saying "Temporarily avoiding poor connection" not sure what that means, but it's stopping it from connecting. I tried to get a logcat but the phone doesn't seem to be responding.

Edited by Hans Gruber, 13 July 2012 - 07:57 AM.

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I've just installed it an although it's a little slow it's very impressive to see it even booting this soon. Good job. :D

Also my wifi is saying "Temporarily avoiding poor connection" not sure what that means, but it's stopping it from connecting. I tried to get a logcat but the phone doesn't seem to be responding.


What was your rom before you installed cm10 ?!

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What was your rom before you installed cm10 ?!


I was using Paul's Ir1, but I did a full wipe before installing (after backing up)

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