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  1. LeoP

    Advent Vega kernel source code now available!

    ejtagle, while I am a newbie and definitly not in a position to give advice to the gurus, I think this definitly is the way to go: - I suspect such a work can enable BT for 4.2 not only on the Vega and relatives, but on lots of devices - Kernel agnosticy is of no importance for Android. I consider it a misfeature - code duplication on a really stupid scale - The possibility to use the hci tools will help porting lots of hack-scripts out there, that may not be beautifull, but scratch some dev's itch
  2. LeoP

    Advent Vega kernel source code now available!

    Tried it out with cheapo wired earphones and internal mic, definitly works good enough. I use BT earphones and internal mic all the time for SIP and Skype, works quite well, so I suspect will work OK for phone. I use tablet a lot for work, and it's just much easier to use one device, than to use 2.
  3. LeoP

    Advent Vega kernel source code now available!

    ejtagle, you are a genius! I downloaded, installed tried it out: Works absolutely perfect! You, sir, are amazing!
  4. LeoP

    Advent Vega kernel source code now available!

    Logcat is at http://www.mediafire...k15v9q53l7cu37y
  5. LeoP

    Advent Vega kernel source code now available!

    Coming up, but will take a few hours. It's saturday midnight here, and the significant other half doesn't like me fooling around with the Tablet. :P
  6. LeoP

    Advent Vega kernel source code now available!

    There is even a technical term for that: "Talking to a pizza box"
  7. LeoP

    Advent Vega kernel source code now available!

    Thank you, Scanno - I downloaded and installed, just finished the tests. BTW: To quickly change RILs I did the following: mkdir /data/local/ril-test && mv /system/lib/original-libhuaweigeneric-ril.so /data/local/ril-test && ln -s /data/local/ril-test/libhuaweigeneric-ril.so /system/lib/libhuaweigeneric-ril.so , ln -s /data/local/ril-test/original-libhuaweigeneric-ril.so /data/local/ril-test/libhuaweigeneric-ril.so , so that I just need to change that last link, if I want to switch RILs. Is there a better or preferred method? I tested this by deleting all messages from a SIM card, but the off-by-one problem persisted. I then used a brand new SIM and everything work perfect. I then shut down the tablet, removed and reinserted the SIM, started the tablet: Off-by-one error was back. On a side note, your algorithm to detect swapped audio nibbles now works close to perfect, the tablet is now a really usable phone.
  8. LeoP

    Advent Vega kernel source code now available!

    I meant the new RIL compiled against the 3.1 VB
  9. LeoP

    Advent Vega kernel source code now available!

    @ejtagle any chance of a VegaBean binary to test against?
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