Originally Posted by kuzkuz
insmod: init_module '/system/lib/modules/rtl8192cu.ko' failed (Exec format error)
rtl8192cu: version magic '3.0.8+ SMP preempt mod_unload ARMv7 ' should be '3.0.51-g848f8be SMP preempt mod_unload ARMv7 p2v8 '
Hi dude, first let me say my english is bad, and I'm NOOB
Well, I'm looking a solution for the same problem. In my searching I learn some thing about those errors but I'm not sure I'm still a noob and my english is bad so bad
If I'm not wrong, at that picture above you can see the chip that we (you and me) need fix.
I wasted hours to tried to fix that chip without success. But then at freaktab.com I found a tread that talks about that chip.
My tablet is:
5linx velocity Ver. 2 (US) but also named at china as Youzen Q8. (yeap I gues the original manufacturer is from china)
API LVL 16
CPU: rk3066 but not sure if is called armeabi-v7a or ARMv7
WiFi chip: Realtek 903 or if we follow DMESG is called RTL8188cu
------ So what I'm trying to say with that info
1. failed (Exec format error)
<<< I guess is when you don't have all the permissions, or is bad copied, or bad compiled. (remember I'm still a noob).
2. version magic -------- ' should be ------
<<< I guess, is when you tried run a module that is not compiled for that version of cpu or kernel.
I have the same problem when I tried copy and run a different module ko that I downloaded or copied from other tablet.
Well, 5linx (US) does not support its customers, but the Chinese manufacturer Szuzone (youzen) does.
So, at freaktab.com I found that maybe the developers made a mistake. Someone there said, try to do this:
8192cu.ko to rkwifi.ko
then run the module using insmod rkwifi.ko
ok, I tried that, but now I get another error with wlan.ko module.
wlan: Unknown symbol rockchip_wifi_init_module (err 0)
-- Some guys on freaktab.com say that process worked for them but not for me.
-- But now I noted that wlan.ko is detected when I use lsmod or dmesg. (remember, I executed rkwifi.ko)
So, what that means?
That process worked for me too? and now wlan.ko is bad?
----- Well anyway, dude try to do that, maybe work for you.
-- Another thing, at realtek website can be found the source code of that chip under (unix,linux) and is for Android 1.6~2.3 and 4.0~4.2 but I have no idea how to compile that driver, I just know I need android sdk or something like that.
-- If someone know how to compile the driver I guess would be better us, right?
I guess the things we need to check before copy and run a module is:
Module was compiled for the same OS version.
same Kernel version
and same Wi-Fi chip.
If someone find something to me please feel free to tell me.