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Default [Q] kernel compatible TF300TG

There is a kernel compatible with the OMNI 4.4 and the TF300TG?
 
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There is a kernel compatible with the OMNI 4.4 and the TF300TG?
Most TF300T kernels should basically work for TF300TG too. WiFi might not work right away, but should not be too hard to fix. I am not aware of any kernel or custom ROM supporting radio.

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Most TF300T kernels should basically work for TF300TG too. WiFi might not work right away, but should not be too hard to fix. I am not aware of any kernel or custom ROM supporting radio.

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Thanks for the info, I tried the OMNI but the WIFI does not work ... it seems that is not enabled ... I can also do without the 3G ... but the WIFI ...
 
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Thanks for the info, I tried the OMNI but the WIFI does not work ... it seems that is not enabled ... I can also do without the 3G ... but the WIFI ...
Try my wifimacwriter replacement from this post:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=49546861

Let me know, if it works for you. I can then push my patch out to OmniROM, so you won't have to replace it after each upgrade...

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Try my wifimacwriter replacement from this post:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=49546861

Let me know, if it works for you. I can then push my patch out to OmniROM, so you won't have to replace it after each upgrade...

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I'll try this solution... Thanks @f69m for the find.
 
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Try my wifimacwriter replacement from this post:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=49546861

Let me know, if it works for you. I can then push my patch out to OmniROM, so you won't have to replace it after each upgrade...

I tried this method but it didn't work, maybe the permissions were set... I don't know...

But I discovered that there's a method to install the OMNI with WIFI working...

first you need to install the stock image, and then install the OMNI without doing the factory reset ... in this way you will get the WIFI working

who can explain me why?
 
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I tried this method but it didn't work, maybe the permissions were set... I don't know...

But I discovered that there's a method to install the OMNI with WIFI working...

first you need to install the stock image, and then install the OMNI without doing the factory reset ... in this way you will get the WIFI working

who can explain me why?
Someone mentioned to set the executable bit, so add between push and reboot:
adb shell chmod 755 /system/bin/wifimacwriter

Well, if you don't do a factory reset, stock ROM probably leaves the right WiFi nvram config file at the right place (somewhere in /data). But it might also leave other configs that break other things.

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Someone mentioned to set the executable bit, so add between push and reboot:
adb shell chmod 755 /system/bin/wifimacwriter

Well, if you don't do a factory reset, stock ROM probably leaves the right WiFi nvram config file at the right place (somewhere in /data). But it might also leave other configs that break other things.

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It probably is... in fact, the camera doesn't work but I don't know if it depends on an incorrect configuration...

I tried this: Google Camera 4.4.2 but does not work the same...
 
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My patch to wifimacwriter has just been merged into OmniROM. With *future* nightly builds WiFi should work out-of-the-box on TF300TG.

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My patch to wifimacwriter has just been merged into OmniROM. With *future* nightly builds WiFi should work out-of-the-box on TF300TG.

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Yes I can confirm this worked with the right permissions...

Code:
adb root
adb remount
adb push wifimacwriter /system/bin/
adb shell chmod 755 /system/bin/wifimacwriter 
adb reboot
and now everything works, even the camera... The patch isn't available yet in the latest nightly 20140219

thank you very much @f69m

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