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[MT6577][Development][problems][porting guide]

11th July 2014, 11:29 PM   |  #11  
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Originally Posted by PeteLeFreak


once I bought a phone with these specs:

  • MT6577 x2 1GHz
  • PowerVR SGX 531
  • Kernel compiled on 'rooter-pc' workstation by user: rooter ( build: eng.rooter.1372988609 )
  • CPU Identifier output: HDC I9500 (Galaxy S4 layout)
  • CPU Identifier benchmark result: 10235 (for 2 cores 20470, 2D graphics 8641)
  • Somewhere it said "CNANZHI"
  • Indicated Android version: 4.2.2
  • Indicated baseband version: UNIVERSAL5410
  • Indicated kernel version: 3.4.5-526212 se.infra@SEI-44 #1 Wed Apr 24 20:59:59 KST 2013
  • Indicated build version: JDQ39.I9500XXUAMDL
I tried to get some infos with this post:
but it seems that this MTK-phone is not one of the popular ones...

As I could not find any other ROM for this phone I like to port one on my own.
I know through board-search that @technut tried that before but sadly he had to give up.

Which base-ROM would you suggest as a starting point in this case as I like to try?

Best regards,

You could upload your Rom, so people can compare to theirs.

At least post build.prop.

Btw 5mpx camera? Which sensors? Use droid Info from market.

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26th August 2014, 06:52 AM   |  #12  
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Increasing /system space in MTK 6577

Can anyone share a simple guide as to how we can increase /system space - not internal storage space - in MTK 6577 based phone. I have been searching for this , have browsed through all the existing guides but not able to get a fix on this.


EDIT - Sorted out. Successfully increased the /system space. If any one is interested please go through the entire thread here and also visit the links recommended by the respondents
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22nd October 2014, 07:58 AM   |  #13  
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Originally Posted by CODE_WORKX

Hello Everyone...This thread is dedicated to mt6577 SoC Development

I dont know everything but will share what i have learned over time...

I am grateful to master shifu yuweng and everybody who helped me....

Where is this thread shifted??
13th January 2015, 03:45 PM   |  #14  
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WIFI problem (port)
can someone help me out? I have ported a L themed rom to my phone and managed to fix all bugs except for the wifi. It says turning on but never does. PLs help
11th March 2015, 05:40 AM   |  #15  
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Originally Posted by awesomecuber

can someone help me out? I have ported a L themed rom to my phone and managed to fix all bugs except for the wifi. It says turning on but never does. PLs help

well i have also gone through this problem recently.
but i managed to get out of it.
for this i want to know how u ported the rom.
if u ported with kitchen then u can sole the problem by
1 .go to legacy option go to 22.option that is add wireless tethering
3. then chose n
4.then enter
and its done
if u got any problem then u can contact me
well u are porting google iris v2 rom right
well all the best
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