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TeutonJon78

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About TeutonJon78

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    Axon 7, HiBook Pro
  1. They are converting over CM13 to LineageOS as well, just not CM12.1. That being said, it would mostly just be future security updates and bugfixes.
  2. I just wanted to double check -- we use the x86 gapps, not the x86_64 versions? Or can we use either one? Edit: Nevermind, I just looked at the build.prop files to see what ABIs are included -- only 32-bit, same as for the stock build (which makes sense, since it has to share a kernel). Which is an odd choice from Chuwi for a 64-bit tablet, but oh well.
  3. Ha, you beat me to it -- I was also downloading it and getting it up. I've gone through the Baidu pain for other devices before, so it's easy for me to work with now. (For a hint, use Chrome to access the web version and it will auto-translate for you -- only use the client to actually do the download, as there is no translation there -- just follow the download icons). Anyway, I also have a MEGA repo setup as well. If anyone needs anything else of the BBS side, I can pull that too. Now, if my tablet would just actually ever get here -- it seems to be making rounds sitting around in the EMS depot, if the tracking info is correct. :(
  4. Thanks for all the work, @KonstaT!! I was looking at the Chinese Chuwi Forums, and they have an official ReMix OS 2.0 image for the HiBook Pro as well. Since you've been so successful at getting the kernel source from them, you might be able to get what you need for this model as well. http://bbs.chuwi.com/forum.php?mod=viewthread&tid=12130&extra=page%3D1%26filter%3Dtypeid%26typeid%3D78 Also, would another source be to work with the mainline kernel like from Android-X86? People over there have gotten a lot of things working correctly for Cherry Trail (I think sound and battery things are a trouble). It might help to be on a mainline kernel for a lot of stuff, rather than these old 3.10/3.18 kernels that Android gets saddled with.
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