Guest voyteckst Posted September 17, 2011 Report Share Posted September 17, 2011 (edited) All credits for working Android port on Omnia 2 are going to (alphabetical order): - almar (Marc) - bsbsbs (Sándor) - Egon - phj (János) News: 04.05.2012 Because we do not have time for development, we had to stop it. All sources except FMRadio (which will be avalable if we will have time) are available via github and o2droid svn. If there are people who can take care of it, do not hesitate to contact us (as far as I've seen there are some developers who successfully modified kernels/android sources). 08.02.2012 CyanogenMod beta 1. Introducing CM beta 2, whole recompiled from sources. It has same functionality as CM beta 1 + working FM Radio. For both Americas (missing WCDMA 1900 frequency) there is an update script in case of phone not working. Download links on project page. DO A CLEAN INSTALL otherwise You can have problems. Because of parted problems with extended partitions internal storage installer may work or not. I do suggest to create partitions and then install it. And one more thing. This is not an update, so if installer will not format Your partitions, do it Yourself and reinstall. Otherwise You are asking about problems. 06.02.2012 Full kernel sources available on svn. Next few days we will upload CM sources. Meanwhile maybe there will be also beta2 with FM radio working (Sandor made FM radio). 01.02.2012 Developing of android for Omnia 2 will definitely slow down. From the long time only developer (programmer) was Sandor and no new developers arrived. Additionally we have got new phones (still keeping O2, but not so much time). Next few weeks we will try to share compilable CM souces on github for people who will decide to work on it and try to publish modified kernel sources and FMRadio. Please read carefully all three posts before making questions. Posts to CM beta1 starts on page 222. Info sites: - Project and download page - please do not mirror, because we need download statistics. - Kernel source browser. For access use SVN clientand address: svn://o2droid.phj.hu/droid. - CyanogenMod beta 2 sources without FMradio at the moment - Some notes and FAQ to beta release Supported features in the CyanogenMod beta 2: - CyanogenMod partially based on SpicagenMod with some O2 optimizations - Phone - WiFi - GPS - Data connections (GPRS) - Sensors (all) - 2D/3D - MP4/3GP movie play (camera hardware button doesn't work yet) - Camera in photo (up to 5MP) and movie recording mode (it's still not 480p, but works) - FM Radio - Bluetooth - Autobrightness - ADB/UMS - it's already rooted Features under development: - maybe new camera driver Possible future features - Open Source (github.com build) - TV-Out Archive: 02.12.2011 App2SD update. It's easy. You can use update file (download here) or apply it Yourself manually: open terminal as root and type: ln -s /system/bin/toolbox /system/bin/newfs_msdos 30.11.2011 (2) Headset detection (3,5mm jack) update + today's kernel update (incomming call screen appearing fix) in one package. Download here 30.11.2011 Kernel update. Kernel update contains incomming call screen appearing fix. Now it's instant. Download here. 28.11.2011 CyanogenMod beta 1. Introducing CM beta 1 (based on SpicagenMod 4 from voku). It's very fast, has IMEI working on beta2 phone image. For both Americas (missing WCDMA 1900 frequency) there is an update script in case of phone not working. Download links on project page. Because of parted problems with extended partitions internal storage installer may work or not. I do suggest to create partitions and then install it. And one more thing. This is not an update, so if installer will not format Your partitions, do it Yourself and reinstall. Otherwise You are asking about problems. 25.11.2011 Prepare for big step ahead. Beta 1 of CyanogenMod 6 (old betas will be discontinued probably). It should be available this weekend. And I can say, that it's really fast ;-) 16.11.2011 Froyo beta3 update1 fix. Update contains kernel which fixes App2SD problem. Download here. 07.11.2011 Froyo beta3 update1. Update contains following: sensors lib fixes, charging battery fixes, compass calibration caused discharging even when connected to usb, memory bug fix, reserved memory change (GUI should be smoother now), WiFi should connect now faster. Remember to reboot after update, because modules changed. Download here. Note: TO ALL HAVING PROBLEMS WITH SENSORS! What do You have at file sensors.default.so? Link or file? If file, remove it and apply new sensors update again. It's probably copy error from Your side, because on beta3 it was a link to sensors.GT-I8000.so. 22.10.2011 Faq updated (link to manual install on Internal Storage added thanks to Gardakkan). It's temporary solution for those who want to use internal Storage until we fix installer. 18.10.2011 Introducing working bluetooth, autobrightness, phone working for all (IMEI is ok now, signal is much better), boot logo, some other fixes like: proximity bug when calling, WiFi should obtain DNS addresses and sleep well now, reserved memory for 3D is increased - it should not cause white squares - result is less memory for system, that's why additional swap partition is created and used. Download links on project page. They include update from beta2 to beta3 and full beta3 install. Full installer was only tested on external SD, internal storage installation is experimental and may not work correctly. Automatic installer requires 1160MB of SD space. 20.09.2011 Automatic installer is ready for download. Check main site. Quick howto is available inside archive. It assumes that Your My Storage wasn't touched (so it is mmcblk1p5). You have to use 2GB SD card or bigger. If You already have two partitions eg. from first beta installer (vfat and ext2/3/4), it should only format ext2/3/4 partition and install android. Otherwise it will try to shrink existing fat32 and create new one with ext4. 17.09.2011Froyo beta2 is ready for download (please check project site for link)! It contains new kernel (22.214.171.124) and many bugs fixed (ie. You don't need call light anymore). Edited May 4, 2012 by voyteckst Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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