Snap.IT, on 22 November 2012 - 12:17 AM, said:
I can port it with the available drivers but i don't see the point, there is nothing in it that would fix anything since we still don't have the proper drivers to work with.
Vsync will not matter ONE BIT on this hardware though, it would slow everything down and make it more choppy if anything, as it is vsync actually does work because it doesn't chop at vsync levels but i'll tell you what, you get the interface up to min 60fps and i'll vsync it for you.
I've surfed a bit in the zte-kernel although haven't ever touched anything in the kernel, except adding printfs once or twice in the g-sensor driver. You seem to know more about kernels! Could you just explain fast or point to some resource for how could someone port a 3.x kernel for the zte blade? Would we have to get a linux generic kernel and start from there? Or a 3.x kernel from a nexus 4 or something like that and start from there? What would the main problems, drivers?
If the thing is doable, i would probably take to chance to dive in so I could learn a little bit more about the kernel, since I've never messed with it.. It would be a pet project, lets put it that way..