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[GUIDE]Making a ROM from source{Mediatek}

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24th May 2014, 09:22 PM   |  #21  
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Nice guide Mate.. you r encouraging mtm development

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Thank you;Just helping out fellow developers.

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31st July 2014, 06:13 PM   |  #22  
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HELP-How to use external sources to build for a specific device
Hi xda!
First, my device is Wiko Darkfull(not officially, or unnoficially supported by cm) and it's a mtk. the sources are officially available here: http://geek.wikoplus.com/index.php?t...81b53e1e1b18b6
and on wikogeek.com
Second, wiko provided me the entire source code, and i'm not familiariezed with the git and the build process.
The source has the folders:
mediatek
bionic
kernel
But i've like to know, how to in the build process, to "point" to the git, the location of the sources(external).
In the source folder(wiko darkfull source folder), there is all the files needed.
But how i make git build from the external sources?
And, could someone, tell me everything, but with a little guide , i'm kind of noob
My "goal" is to build cm 10.1 and i had synced the git to cyanogen 10.1 sources
Thanks for everything.
Davidosky99

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12th December 2014, 09:18 AM   |  #23  
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What if my device source code is not released? Can i build a rom or a kernel?

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7th January 2015, 07:28 PM   |  #24  
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What if my device source code is not released? Can i build a rom or a kernel?

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Kernel no. ROM, maybe, you can use a prebuilt kernel and still build a working ROM for your phone.

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Kernel no. ROM, maybe, you can use a prebuilt kernel and still build a working ROM for your phone.

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Ok.thanks.

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