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Default Dual SIM support - telephony-msim

Earlier this year dual SIM support was added to cm: https://github.com/CyanogenMod/andro...telephony-msim
Is there anyone working on this for omni? What is the challenge integrating it into the omni tree? Does it require a lot of modification of frameworks and telephony?
 
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Earlier this year dual SIM support was added to cm: https://github.com/CyanogenMod/andro...telephony-msim
Is there anyone working on this for omni? What is the challenge integrating it into the omni tree? Does it require a lot of modification of frameworks and telephony?
It's a massive amount of effort that has a high risk of breaking things, and 0 devices currently supported by Omni use it.

The only devices anyone is working on that might benefit from this are Moto G (and most of its maintainers just don't have the time for it and also don't have XT1033 variants) and possibly Oppo R819 - but R819 has all sorts of other issues.
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That does not sound too motivating.
On Google I/O a dual SIM Android One phone was shown. Hopefully that means AOSP L/One will come with native Dual SIM support.
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