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[ROM][KANG]Cyanogenmod 7&9 KANG builds Captivate

21st April 2012, 07:21 PM   |  #811  
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I just want to learn how to make it build my kernel inline

That was my thinking too.

Need to figure out where it calls it. I moded it once to pull a zimage I built, but then they changed something, and it now isn't where I put it.

https://github.com/CyanogenMod/andro...182c9bbf9b8d13

Some of the info I found on it. Looks like it should be possible to make it build from any kernel source folder and defconfig.
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21st April 2012, 08:05 PM   |  #812  
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Frankly...I don't understand why inline kernel building became such a priority. What was wrong with the prebuilt protocol to begin with? All it did was screw everyone up for a few days and resulted in the exact same build, as best I can tell...meh

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21st April 2012, 08:08 PM   |  #813  
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Frankly...I don't understand why inline kernel building became such a priority. What was wrong with the prebuilt protocol to begin with? All it did was screw everyone up for a few days and resulted in the exact same build, as best I can tell...meh

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It just makes nightlies that much more current.
21st April 2012, 08:26 PM   |  #814  
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It just makes nightlies that much more current.

how so?

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21st April 2012, 09:52 PM   |  #815  
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how so?

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The ones working on pushing updates to the kernels only have to push the updates to git, not go through getting the prebuilt zimage merged in.

As soon as a new feature/fix is added to the kernel source you can pull it, just like the rest of the rom, now.
21st April 2012, 11:03 PM   |  #816  
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For those of you still using CM7.2... like me... here is my latest clean build. No cherry picks.

I have been away for the past month or so.

http://androtransfer.com/center/?dev...r=captivatemtd
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22nd April 2012, 12:38 AM   |  #817  
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The ones working on pushing updates to the kernels only have to push the updates to git, not go through getting the prebuilt zimage merged in.

As soon as a new feature/fix is added to the kernel source you can pull it, just like the rest of the rom, now.

I see ur point. I'm not a kernel guy, like you and Six...so I guess my perspective is a bit narrow.

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22nd April 2012, 01:14 AM   |  #818  
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Has anyone else experienced a drop in the volume of the bluetooth voice command telling you when to, "Speak Now..." since moving from CM7 to CM9? I've tried the standard CM9 Rom and the Kang builds, and I've tried changing kernels to Glitch. I've tried different settings with the DSP manager and bluetooth settings with the stock kernel, then tried Voodoo settings with Glitch. I can barely hear the voice, but the call volume is fine and I hear every "beep" when I press a button on the headset. I've tried a Jabra headset and now I have the Jawbone. Am I missing something?

I have experienced this as well. The voice command is barely audible. It has led to some awkward situations...

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22nd April 2012, 04:09 PM   |  #819  
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OK... I may have crossed over. LOL

There is a clean CM9 build found HERE

Really wishing the epicmtd wasn't such a pita though. Can't even get a stable cm7 KANG built. /cry
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22nd April 2012, 10:18 PM   |  #820  
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I readily admit that I don't understand or necessarily "believe" in the sdcard mount "issue" that some are concerned about.... However, I noticed that there was recently merged "aries-common: Switch emmc and sdcard". Not sure if it's even relevant. It may not be at all. But it seems like anything that alters the way those 2 are recognized, might contribute to the alleviation of this concern for some of you. Especially since very few seem to have seen this sasquatch...

Either way....it was merged this morning...so it will be in the new build cooking now.

I DARE you guys to find this issue on your devices!!!

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