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19th June 2014, 08:53 AM   |  #21  
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The first is if I just build with make I get this error:

Code:
I...
hardware/qcom/display/msm8974/libqdutils/mdp_version.cpp:33:27: fatal error: linux/msm_mdp.h: No such file or directory
 #include <linux/msm_mdp.h>
  ...
and if I do make bootimage I get this:
Code:
make: *** No rule to make target `out/target/product/togari/kernel', needed by `out/target/product/togari/boot.img'. Stop.
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I thought I should post the fixes for this
Code:
AndroidBoard.mk:
TARGET_PREBUILT_KERNEL := out/target/product/togari/kernel
Code:
BoardConfig.mk:
TARGET_SPECIFIC_HEADER_PATH += device/sony/togari/include \
  kernel/sony/msm8974/include
Didn't work

Code:
hardware/qcom/display/msm8974/Android.mk:
append LOCAL_C_INCLUDES += ../../../../kernel/sony/msm8974/include
seems to have not worked worked either

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overlay errors were solved with
Code:
<add-resource type="string" name="config_perf_profile_default_entry"/>
    <string name="config_perf_profile_default_entry" translatable="false">1</string>
for each error <add-resource> error
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26th June 2014, 10:35 PM   |  #22  
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One question. The "L" preview is now out for the Nexus 5 and 7, and I've watched a couple of videos of it now, and I can't wait to try it.

The question: Is it possible to get the lockscreen, settings app and notification center on the GPe ROM? It should be in the "L" SystemUI, no? And I'm guessing that API levels and what not between those two (KK and L) aren't that different? Or?
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Lots of api changes... lots
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Lots of api changes... lots

Damn it, you're crushing my dreams, Kiwi.
27th June 2014, 04:47 AM   |  #25  
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Damn it, you're crushing my dreams, Kiwi.

I thought you would have watched the whole 3 hours of the keynote from i/o
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I thought you would have watched the whole 3 hours of the keynote from i/o

I did [emoji12] I did indeed register that there are around 5000 new APIs in L, which I didn't think of when I wrote that post yesterday.
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I did [emoji12] I did indeed register that there are around 5000 new APIs in L, which I didn't think of when I wrote that post yesterday.

Was there anything intresting in the last ~3/4 of an hour. I had to cook dinner and never got back to watch the end
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Was there anything intresting in the last ~3/4 of an hour. I had to cook dinner and never got back to watch the end

Neh, the most interesting was the Android part, but Android Wear is cool, and they also demonstrated Android TV, Android Auto (for cars) and a lot of other stuff. I also followed the individual sessions, and the "What's new in Android L" was interesting, so check that one out if you want too. The sessions are 45 min long.

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[QUOTE=LordManhattan;53749570]Neh, the most interesting was the Android part, but Android Wear is cool, and they also demonstrated Android TV, Android Auto (for cars) and a lot of other stuff. I also followed the individual sessions, and the "What's new in Android L" was interesting, so check that one out if you want too. The sessions are 45 min long.
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Yeah, some cool stuff coming, I'd got to the android TV stuff

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