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[DEV][ICS+SENSE][Mar.20.2012]HTC One V development[Source+RUU]

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17th April 2012, 03:52 PM   |  #151  
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Guys, I am going on spring vacation with the family for a week. I'll be able to keep updated on what you all are doing just will only have my phone with me so I won't be able to help til i'm back.

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18th April 2012, 05:46 AM   |  #152  
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Be safe on vacation dude

Looks like HTC has released the kernel source code for the one v, hopefully this will be helpful

http://www.androidpolice.com/2012/04...-of-the-one-v/


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Originally Posted by TokedUp

http://www.xda-developers.com/androi...urce-released/

its a common misconception that one v kernel source will make a difference...it really wont for the vast majority of rom porters....i suppose its possible (though unlikely) that some kernel dev can pull and backport some stuff

but its not gonna magically fix things

the phones that will eventually have the most functional (or already have them) sense 4 ports are ones that have or will get official ics from htc/carriers and get source for 3.xx kernels

the best that non official ics htc phones can do is probably the current state of say the dhd/msm7x30 ports using the .35 kernels
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If I get time this week ill take a look at this... But I'm almost 90% sure it'll never boot on the older hw.... If it does boot what it will take to boot it will make it so unstable that it won't be usable at all, but ill check it out for you guys

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If I get time this week ill take a look at this... But I'm almost 90% sure it'll never boot on the older hw.... If it does boot what it will take to boot it will make it so unstable that it won't be usable at all, but ill check it out for you guys

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That's unfortunate to hear

Well anyway, I've been trying really hard to get this to work, but have continuously ended up at dead ends. In any case, do you perhaps know what this error is related to? Framework.jar?

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W/dalvikvm(  840): No implementation found for native Landroid/content/res/AssetManager;.setConfigurationForHtc (IILjava/lang/String;IIIIIIIIIIIIIII)V
W/dalvikvm(  840): Exception Ljava/lang/UnsatisfiedLinkError; thrown while initializing Landroid/database/sqlite/SQLiteDatabase;
E/SqliteDatabaseCpp(  840): Can't find SQLiteDatabase.mNativeHandle
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That's unfortunate to hear

Well anyway, I've been trying really hard to get this to work, but have continuously ended up at dead ends. In any case, do you perhaps know what this error is related to? Framework.jar?

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W/dalvikvm(  840): No implementation found for native Landroid/content/res/AssetManager;.setConfigurationForHtc (IILjava/lang/String;IIIIIIIIIIIIIII)V
W/dalvikvm(  840): Exception Ljava/lang/UnsatisfiedLinkError; thrown while initializing Landroid/database/sqlite/SQLiteDatabase;
E/SqliteDatabaseCpp(  840): Can't find SQLiteDatabase.mNativeHandle

Yea its looking for a lib that you musta changed... That's the problem see you need to use certain libs to boot on the inc that will not work on the new native structure... It would take someone who is a lib genius to patch the inc dependant libs to have the methods that this Rom is looking for

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Yea its looking for a lib that you musta changed... That's the problem see you need to use certain libs to boot on the inc that will not work on the new native structure... It would take someone who is a lib genius to patch the inc dependant libs to have the methods that this Rom is looking for

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Hmm okay. That's a little bit of a problem for me though since I don't exactly know what libs to change. Mostly trial and error...

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Booted mwahjahahaa

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You got it to boot for the dinc?

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