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[Depreciated][Player 5]Bluetooth Patch (22/08/12) and Camera (WIP!!!!!) for ICS ROMs

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26th February 2013, 01:33 AM |#151  
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To clarify, I would like to see 10.1 rather than ICS fully-functional. Even though a completely stable version past official Samsung updates would be a nice achievement that we are close to, new development always makes me appreciate this little piece of plastic a whole lot more. And helps me hold out for a Nexus 10 and not just give in to the urge to buy the less expensive N7. XD
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9th April 2013, 03:05 AM |#152  
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So whats the reason the bluetooth patch wont work for CM10.1? Just curious .

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9th April 2013, 03:07 AM |#153  
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CM10.1 runs on a Linux 3.0 kernel; the driver here is for 2.6.

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CM10.1 runs on a Linux 3.0 kernel; the driver here is for 2.6.

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I think it's a little more than that, as CM10 uses a 2.6 kernel and this is not compatible with CM10.
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Of course it's more complex than that. But the nutshell version should be enough to explain why you shouldn't try flashing it on cm10.1

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So what would be necessary to port it to the 3.x kernel?

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9th April 2013, 08:25 PM |#157  
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So what would be necessary to port it to the 3.x kernel?

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Maybe find other devices with the same bluetooth device which has a 3.x kernel and try and copy the drivers across. It might require some modifications, but it's worth a try

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or maybe the kernel where it works get the 3.0 Kernel check the differences and fit your Patch.
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or maybe the kernel where it works get the 3.0 Kernel check the differences and fit your Patch.

Are you running CM10.1 with the 3.0 kernel now? If you are, could you take a logcat while trying to turn on bluetooth and post it here as a .txt? I'll have a look through it and see what I can find
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I am not running it, but maybe some days later...
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