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TESTING: global kernel with a lot of changes ...

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27th November 2010, 01:44 PM   |  #591  
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try to figure out how alsa working and i found that there are diff in linux-on-qualcomm-s-msm/linux-msm/blobs/htc-msm-2.6.27/sound/soc/msm/msm7201.c

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int msm_snd_init_rpc_ids(void)
{
      snd_rpc_ids.prog  = 0x30000002;
      snd_rpc_ids.vers  = 0x00020001;
      /*
       * The magic number 2 corresponds to the rpc call
       * index for snd_set_device
       */
      snd_rpc_ids.rpc_set_snd_device = 2;
      return 0;
}
the diff in snd_rpc_ids.vers value.CONFIG_MSM_AMSS_VERSION_6225 use snd_rpc_ids.vers = 0xaa2b1a44; and others use snd_rpc_ids.vers = 0x00020001;we might need to find out what value for our amss ie. 5225
28th November 2010, 11:57 AM   |  #592  
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Originally Posted by perern

okay. thinking about getting Desire HD, Galaxy S I9000, or WP7

I really don't recommend the Galaxy S... I bought it, and after 20 hours decided to bring it back to the store and took the Desire Z
28th November 2010, 02:27 PM   |  #593  
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Originally Posted by Yon22

I really don't recommend the Galaxy S... I bought it, and after 20 hours decided to bring it back to the store and took the Desire Z

What's wrong with the Galaxy S? I'm actually doubting between the same 2, but might also go for the Desire HD

Also, I just used V21 and now my volume buttons on the side crash Android. First it restarts Android, then when that's done, the screen goes black and no way to get it out. /Edit this is only in debug mode, otherwise it works fine
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5th January 2011, 02:02 PM   |  #594  
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hello everyone , is the development still going on this ...or is it dead ? , because newer kernels are better in battery life but they mess up button map on Blackstone
5th January 2011, 02:28 PM   |  #595  
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hello everyone , is the development still going on this ...or is it dead ? , because newer kernels are better in battery life but they mess up button map on Blackstone

No, camro toasted his Blackstone due excessive development and has since not shown up recently.

But more or less all changes have been integraded into the linux-msm project and are available via glemsoms autobuild service. So no need to stick around with these old testing kernels here.

And if the button mappings are messed up in the autobuild service kernel packages, go to xdandroid.com's bugtracker (bugzilla), look up if a similar bugreport is already filed, extend your findings, if not, file a new bugreport with as much info as possible.

And then, there's only need for an active blackstone developer to fix it...

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5th January 2011, 03:46 PM   |  #596  
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It's easy to fix the button mapping, you can swap over any of the button functions by ammending the associated qwerty.kl inside the /init.etc/ directory within the rootfs.img.

This can be changed via adb (changes will take effect on reboot) or you can mount the rootfs.img in linux via loopback and ammend the device specific qwerty.kl.

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thank you stickman , actually i'm using neopeek build (ext2 partition ), and i don't know how to do that
16th January 2011, 06:49 PM   |  #598  
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Hi,

i have a question. How can you combine 2 different kernels? I have a problem on my blackstone, on almost all of android bulds, if someone calls me, he can't hear me and i can't hear him. There si one kernel, the one used in XDandroid, that works, but that is very havey on the battery and drains it very very fast. And i have another kernel that works very well for the battery and wi-fi and the rest, but the problem with incominb calls prevents me from using andorid as i would like.

Could someone please help me if they know a solution of combining 2 kernels.

Thanks a lot

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