Currently, I reverted everything that broke functionality with the current binaries (that includes remoteproc stuff which broke the camera, some sound and usb commits, not that much...), so everything still works.
As far as I see, we can compile the binaries ourselves: Building SGX driver (or just borrow them from another device?). As I have a little side project that I want to do now, I don't intend to get into ROMs too much, but I may as well join the party soon
The best starting point to make the kernel side changes is... well, my simple, but effective method is to compare the kernel dirs, like this. With this method, one can easily find & cherry-pick the changes from github, or I can create a separate branch that includes them (should I do it?), as it's not hard, I actually got them merged at a time with it's dependencies, but I reverted everything to get back the display.
Here's the kernel: https://github.com/Ziyann/omap
and the source: https://github.com/icepeda/omap/tree...da-panda-4aj22
Also, it would be nice to know which binaries should we use, as there may be different versions for 3.0 and 3.4. Which binaries work with this panda kernel? @isrcepeda, we don't want to disturb you as you work on the 3.4 kernel, but it'd be great if you could give us some hints