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slimport not working after 4.4.3 update

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11th June 2014, 04:23 PM   |  #1  
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Since updating to 4.4.3 slimport has stopped working on my n5. I have tried stock kernel and elementalx kernel and neither display any video. I have also tried a friends n5 with the two slimport adapters I have and it doesn't work either. I have tested them with a stock g2 and it works with the adapters. I currently have a gadget zone and a patec both bought off amazon.


Has anyone else tested slimport since the 4.3.3 update. If so with what adapters?
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Since updating to 4.4.3 slimport has stopped working on my n5. I have tried stock kernel and elementals kernel and neither display any video. I have also tried a friends n5 with the two slimport adapters I have and it doesn't work either. I have tested them with a stock g2 and it works with the adapters. I currently have a gadget zone and a patec both bought off amazon.


Has anyone else tested slimport since the 4.3.3 update. If so with what adapters?

Elementalx has an update to fix slim port released yesterday / today
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That did the trick, thanks! So why would the stock 4.4.3 not work? Does google have it disabled?
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That did the trick, thanks! So why would the stock 4.4.3 not work? Does google have it disabled?

Couldn't tell ya, sorry

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There is a new thing in the 4.4.3 update that requires userspace to enable detection of the slimport cable (utterly STUPID!!).

This should to be in the kernel's ramdisk:

# enable slimport detection
write /sys/module/slimport/parameters/enable_irq 1


You can do it manually like this:

echo 1 > /sys/module/slimport/parameters/enable_irq
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on 4.4.4 checked the init.hammerhead.rc and the line exist :
# enable slimport detection
write /sys/module/slimport/parameters/enable_irq 1

also cat /sys/module/slimport/parameters/enable_irq show Y

but still the slimport to VGA adapter does not display on monitor.
when connected it show as if there is a signal ( LG no signal disappear) in tinted black , but the phone display is not shown on the screen and the layout of the phone is portrait and does not flip to landscape . who to fix it ?
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