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    HTC Hero
  1. I used "Miro Converter". Simple and fast, supports multiple formats. Note, it doesn't support batch conversion yet as of today (waiting for it).
  2. sigh.. :( RUU dint help either... still having the same problem... If only i could prove it, would have been much easier to return/repaired...
  3. Unfortunately, dirt spots doesn't seem to be the problem :angry: I'm planning to go back to original ROM using RUU. Let me give it another try..
  4. Recently, after upgrade to MCR R5 'm facing issues with touch screen on my hero. Following are my problems - * Behaves erratically (just impulsive flickering/shaking without any physical interaction) * Unresponsiveness (have to press several times before a keyboard key/icons etc. to activate the same) * Responds well to physical keys (trackball, home, back or other keys) * Works fine at times when I lock the screen (by pressing power button) and unlock it later. So far I've tried full wipe, dalvik cahe wipe and kernel upgrade to Teknologist (updated by freeasabeer) - but without any use :D Kernel: 2.6.29-mck-teknologist-2.0b ROM: 2.1-update 1 (MoDaCo Custom ROM r5) SD: 8GB (750MB free) Memory: 35MB Free My questions are - * Is there a way to identify if its a software problem? * Is there any utility to check if my touch screen has gone bad? Thanks in advance :angry:
  5. Have you checked Exchange Contacts to be viewed in Contact List? That is People -> Menu -> View -> Exchange (Check Box)? If that option is not checked none of the exchange contacts would appear under the contact list.
  6. Setting up Android Development Environment -> * Download HTC Kernel Source 2.6.29 from HTC Developere Site (hero-2.6.29-5f74b252.tar.gz) * Download Android NDK from Android Developer Site (android-ndk-r4-linux-x86.zip) * Download Android SDK from Android Developer Site (android-sdk_r06-linux_86.tgz) * Extract the Kernel Source and Android NDK/SDK to a folder (say android) in home directory. Preparing for Compiling TUN/TAP Driver -> * Copy the confing file from the HTC Hero Device- adb pull /proc/config.gz . gunzip config.gz mv config .config * Copy the config file .config file to the kernel root folder - cp .config ~/android/hero-2.6.29-5f74b252/ * CD to kernel source folder - cd ~/android/hero-2.6.29-5f74b252/ gedit .config * Edit the .config file to include tun.ko as module - # CONFIG_TUN in not included to CONFIG_TUN=m * Launch adb shell from the Android SDK folder and run uname - cd ~/android/android-sdk-linux_86/tools ./adb shell # uname -a Linux localhost 2.6.29-063c4d24 #1 PREEMPT Thu May 27 00:21:28 CST 2010 armv6l GNU/Linux * CD to kernel source folder and edit the Makefile - cd ~/android/hero-2.6.29-5f74b252/ gedit Makefile * Modify the following line to correspond with the kernel version - EXTRAVERSION = to EXTRAVERSION = -063c4d24 * Set Environment Variables - export ARCH=arm export CROSS_COMPILE=arm-eabi- export PATH=$PATH:~/android/android-ndk-r4/build/prebuilt/linux-x86/arm-eabi-4.4.0/bin/ * Now, make sure you can run arm-eabi-gcc from your Command Line * Perform make modules from the kernel source folder - cd ~/android/hero-2.6.29-5f74b252/ make modules * That's all, you should be able to find the tun.ko under ~/android/hero-2.6.29-5f74b252/drivers/net/ References: How to compile the HTC Hero kernel Building modules for a precompiled kernel
  7. I was able to compile TUN/TAP Driver for MCR R5 (2.6.29-063c4d24), using HTC Kernel Source. Works fine with VPN Connections (v0.99). Have fun :) tun_2.6.29_063c4d24.zip
  8. Can some one state the kernel version? Was wondering if a 'tun.ko' exists for the same.
  9. Someone has compiled a tun driver for kernel 2.6.29-5f74b252, and is working fine for me.. http://htcpedia.com/forum/showthread.php?t=2821&page=3
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