Attend XDA's Second Annual Developer Conference, XDA:DevCon 2014!
5,738,225 Members 53,600 Now Online
XDA Developers Android and Mobile Development Forum

[REQ] /sys/devices/virtual/sensors on 4.4.2

Tip us?
 
RawR Cheeze
Old
#1  
Member - OP
Thanks Meter 5
Posts: 50
Join Date: Jan 2012
Location: Helsinki
Default [REQ] /sys/devices/virtual/sensors on 4.4.2

/sys/devices/virtual/sensors

Whole sensors folder would be needed... to fix my buggy kitkat.
 
RawR Cheeze
Old
#2  
Member - OP
Thanks Meter 5
Posts: 50
Join Date: Jan 2012
Location: Helsinki
Anyone :P ?
 
Khaled Javeed
Old
#3  
Member
Thanks Meter 2
Posts: 49
Join Date: Apr 2007
Location: Mirpur, A.K
Quote:
Originally Posted by RawR Cheeze View Post
Anyone :P ?
Hi, did you got the folder? My sensors are all dead and I have finally concluded that my drivers are missing from /sys/devices/virtual/ folder.
Can you please help, if you now have them in your device?
Warm Regards,

Khaled J. Khan,
HTC One X {With CyanogenMod 11 Nightlies }
HTC Desire S {With CyanogenMod 10.2 Stable}
Disasters: Samsung Note II {Bricked (SDS) } || HTC Sensation XE - With Audio Beats {Bricked/ Dead RIP }
History: HTC XDA Orbit II (WM 6.5) || HTC XDA Orbit (WM 6.1) || iMate JAM (WM 2003 SE) || Nokia 6600 || Nokia 9210i || ...
 
toastido
Old
#4  
toastido's Avatar
Senior Member
Thanks Meter 285
Posts: 483
Join Date: Oct 2013
Location: Huntsville, AL

 
DONATE TO ME
The /sys folder is a dynamic folder created by the kernel at boot. You can't just replace it.

Sent from my leanKernel 3.2 powered stock 4.4.2 (NF1) SM-N900T
If I've helped you, hit the Thanks! button!

Devices:
2012 ASUS Nexus 7 - KitKat 4.4.4 Stock ROM - leanKernel(grouper) v4.0
T-Mobile Galaxy Note 3 - KitKat 4.4.2 Stock ROM(TW) - leanKernel(N900T) v3.4
The Following User Says Thank You to toastido For This Useful Post: [ Click to Expand ]
 
Khaled Javeed
Old
#5  
Member
Thanks Meter 2
Posts: 49
Join Date: Apr 2007
Location: Mirpur, A.K
Quote:
Originally Posted by toastido View Post
The /sys folder is a dynamic folder created by the kernel at boot. You can't just replace it.
Can you please suggest any solution? Or at least guid me to ensure if my sensor H/W has gone bad or its some S/W issue.

All i can remember is i flashed a wrong boot file (from some old version of CM11 nightly) on boot there were a lot of errors, com.phone... Etc stopped working. Then I flased the actual boot.img and all was good again. Didn't checked the sensors then. Latter same day my phone died of battety while i was playing a game. After restart I got to know none of my sensors are working...
Warm Regards,

Khaled J. Khan,
HTC One X {With CyanogenMod 11 Nightlies }
HTC Desire S {With CyanogenMod 10.2 Stable}
Disasters: Samsung Note II {Bricked (SDS) } || HTC Sensation XE - With Audio Beats {Bricked/ Dead RIP }
History: HTC XDA Orbit II (WM 6.5) || HTC XDA Orbit (WM 6.1) || iMate JAM (WM 2003 SE) || Nokia 6600 || Nokia 9210i || ...
Thread Tools Search this Thread
Search this Thread:

Advanced Search
Display Modes