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21st April 2014, 06:33 AM   |  #1  
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Hey there guys.

I have been searching but I cannot find the service manual for the htc incredible s VIVO.

Does anyone know where I can find it?

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I am building 3.4 kernel for vivo, but I need more information about the vivo. You can help by providing me the service manual and/or gpio table. Or any other information that you guys might have.

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What do you want to know, someone might know
I never seen a service manual

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What do you want to know, someone might know
I never seen a service manual

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I need to know the drivers that need to be installed into the kernel, but I think I will have to go through the original htc vivo kernel.

If there is no such thing as a service manual then that's ok.
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I need to know the drivers that need to be installed into the kernel, but I think I will have to go through the original htc vivo kernel.

If there is no such thing as a service manual then that's ok.

you mean which brands? Or what it needs to communicate with on the ROM side? Branding can be found in the current kernel source we have.

edit: seeing that you have cloned CAF, I think the best bet is to hack the board and specific vivio drivers from the 3.0.y kernel source to get them to work with 3.4.y. Changes such as ION etc make it difficult though.. plus the use of drivers like slimbus for media etc
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you mean which brands? Or what it needs to communicate with on the ROM side? Branding can be found in the current kernel source we have.

edit: seeing that you have cloned CAF, I think the best bet is to hack the board and specific vivio drivers from the 3.0.y kernel source to get them to work with 3.4.y. Changes such as ION etc make it difficult though.. plus the use of drivers like slimbus for media etc

Yeah. I can find everything in the kernel.

Actually, I was thinking that I should not use the drivers from the original kernel source. Rather, I should use pure drivers (if I can find them).
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Does anyone know the manufacturer and model of vivo's panel? I looked in the kernel and it has various panels (ie, sony, hitachi, sharp, etc.) and they don't even state the model of the panel.

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