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Finally complete MTK6589 source code is released!

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3rd September 2013, 10:18 AM   |  #51  
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Great news! I sold my Xiaomi Mi2 not because i didnt like it but i wanted to buy a xiaomi mi3 but since this news came out i might order another phone not sure wich one yet :P

Does this also mean that the xiaomi red rice could be overclocked to 1.7?

Also does this mean MIUI can be ported to more devices or even get official support?

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3rd September 2013, 11:11 AM   |  #52  
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I have a HDC GT-I9502 (s4 clome) MTK 6589, it will be working for me too? Sorry for my engleza and noob

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4th September 2013, 11:37 PM   |  #56  
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Anyoane? Pls answer, thanks Ón advance

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7th September 2013, 06:09 PM   |  #57  
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no. things like camera and displays are different across different devices

So how can people that also have MT6589 device get any use of this source?
I mean, I have some chinese copy.. H7189 model, and I would like to enable OTG support on it.. is that possible to get done somehow using the kernel source Sony provided?

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7th September 2013, 06:55 PM   |  #58  
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Originally Posted by Boocy

So how can people that also have MT6589 device get any use of this source?
I mean, I have some chinese copy.. H7189 model, and I would like to enable OTG support on it.. is that possible to get done somehow using the kernel source Sony provided?

Regards.

If you have time, you can compile the kernel as you wish, with make menuconfig enable the otg and things that you want.
then if the kernel is the same in your device 3.4.5 must be, you can try to copy the modules from your phone to the new compilation, camera, modem.img and things like that and try if all works.

Its all test and test and test.... I have no time, Im trying to get my sources from vowney...
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7th September 2013, 08:03 PM   |  #59  
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If you have time, you can compile the kernel as you wish, with make menuconfig enable the otg and things that you want.
then if the kernel is the same in your device 3.4.5 must be, you can try to copy the modules from your phone to the new compilation, camera, modem.img and things like that and try if all works.

Its all test and test and test.... I have no time, Im trying to get my sources from vowney...

Uuu well that sounds very very good, seems like all of the drivers for the specific phone model can be found in these modules, I never pulled these modules before, but I am guessing they are located somewhere in root directory of the phone, so all I need to do is to change a few things in configuration of kernel, and then recompile the whole thing back together.

AnTuTu benchmark is showing that I have kernel Linux version 3.4.5, but when I go to settings and click on "About Phone" tab, it shows me that I have 3.0.31 kernel version.. So I am not sure.. (attached pictures)

Anyway, thanx for the answer..
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Originally Posted by Boocy

Uuu well that sounds very very good, seems like all of the drivers for the specific phone model can be found in these modules, I never pulled these modules before, but I am guessing they are located somewhere in root directory of the phone, so all I need to do is to change a few things in configuration of kernel, and then recompile the whole thing back together.

AnTuTu benchmark is showing that I have kernel Linux version 3.4.5, but when I go to settings and click on "About Phone" tab, it shows me that I have 3.0.31 kernel version.. So I am not sure.. (attached pictures)

Anyway, thanx for the answer..

I dont know whats happends, my phone reports the same in both, system info and antutu...

I think is 3.4.5 cause of your android version

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