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Here's the new Amazon FireTV System dump.

http://www.mediafire.com/?1zac89fp36zlavp


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Here's the new Amazon FireTV System dump.

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Did you dump this yourself?
Yes, was very simple to do. adb pull /system .

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ok its a standard msm8960 board with ath6k wlan chip should be no problem to port cm for it
 
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Yes, was very simple to do. adb pull /system .

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Was just wondering if you'd gotten it via a download from Amazon. Amazon seems to be surprisingly open with this release. I know they've posted source and firmware, already.
 
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Default Any easy guide to run a plain linux version

I was wondering if I can run a simple linux version up. The form factor and cost makes it a great candidate to replace some Raspberry Pi where more processing is required.

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You would have to wait until it's rooted, and the bootloader is unlocked for recovery but it should not be difficult to build from source for it. I believe Ubuntu targets the Krait SOC.
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You would have to wait until it's rooted, and the bootloader is unlocked for recovery but it should not be difficult to build from source for it. I believe Ubuntu targets the Krait SOC.
it looks pretty similar to inforce ifc6410 single board computer.. fedora w/ custom kernel and rebuild of latest mesa for gfx drivers, and you should be good to go:

https://github.com/freedreno/freedreno/wiki/Fedora

I guess same should work for ubuntu/debian/whatever.. basically all you need, if the distro doesn't already have it, is mesa 10.1 (or later preferred for more fps and features), xf86-video-freedreno, libdrm.. and of course a rebuilt kernel
 
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Would you also be able to dump /data?

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