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[Q] [Xperia S][DEV]Problem to build my own ROM to Xperia S

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Unhappy [Q] [Xperia S][DEV]Problem to build my own ROM to Xperia S

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I want to build my own ROM for my Xperia S. I do as the instructions as in these 2 link:

1. http://source.android.com/source/building.html
2. https://github.com/sonyxperiadev/device-sony-lt26

I'm stuck at the step in the second link that I have to patch Sony binaries to compatible with AOSP that I sync as in the first link. I got this error message:

Code:
@ubuntu:~/android_rom$ ./device/sony/lt26/apply_patches

error: patch failed: opengl/include/EGL/eglext.h:213

error: opengl/include/EGL/eglext.h: patch does not apply

error: patch failed: opengl/libs/EGL/eglApi.cpp:70

error: opengl/libs/EGL/eglApi.cpp: patch does not apply
How do I fix this? or Can I skip this step?

@Johan Redestig @AMDFenics Please help me
 
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Sourcd building using base android methods wont work

Look up the cyanogen website
They provide a building guide for xperia s

You need a unlocked bootloader to test since it runs a custom rom if you didnt know

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