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Raspberry Pi Broadcom drivers released

28th February 2014, 09:41 PM   |  #1  
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http://blog.broadcom.com/chip-design...pany%20Account

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if you extract the drivers, you can get a readme.txt file which gives rough steps to compile for aosp 4.0
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Raspberry pi offering $10000 to the first person to port the drivers to the pi.

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That mean fast and usable android port is possible!
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http://blog.broadcom.com/chip-design...pany%20Account

http://www.broadcom.com/support/

if you extract the drivers, you can get a readme.txt file which gives rough steps to compile for aosp 4.0

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Is anyone already started the android port ?
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Is anyone already started the android port ?

from what i have heard, theres a cyanogen team, cmbroadcom? , that has started porting the drivers to the samsung y? or something of that nature which is a different broadcom chip but it still means theres progress.
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Why ICS? What about JB and KitKat? They would be a lot better!
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Why ICS? What about JB and KitKat? They would be a lot better!

we start from ics because thats the time frame that these drivers were written.

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Team broadcomcm already ported these drivers to
Galaxy y , Galaxy Ace i, Galaxy min i etc most broadcom devices

but colors are Not displayed properly yet

but atleast we got it to work and bootable builds

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thats awesome.
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Team broadcomcm already ported these drivers to
Galaxy y , Galaxy Ace i, Galaxy min i etc most broadcom devices

but colors are Not displayed properly yet

but atleast we got it to work and bootable builds

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