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By JackpotClavin, Recognized Developer on 25th May 2014, 04:02 PM
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16th September 2016, 03:57 PM |#111  
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I figured I'd post my sources to get the ROM development starting

Let's all share sources and post our fixes for bugs if we happen to fix one

device: https://github.com/JackpotClavin/and...ce_moto_condor
vendor: https://github.com/JackpotClavin/and...or_moto_condor
kernel: https://github.com/JackpotClavin/kernel-msm

Shameless plug at my android blob utility: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2794413

Using those sources you should be able to build CM11, but I cannot say if it will work for other AOSP ROMs.

The only modifications you will have to make will to be to hardware/qcom/display/Android.mk just add "msm8610" as so:
-ifneq ($(filter msm8226,$(TARGET_BOARD_PLATFORM)),)
+ifneq ($(filter msm8226 msm8610,$(TARGET_BOARD_PLATFORM)),)

Also, in hardware/qcom/media, git revert cf8408186605323a6797e5f431192ab434e79fff

How to build:

1. Type ". build/envsetup.sh

2. Type "brunch condor" and it should build!

I've only had the device for a little over a day, but what I have working so far:
Audio
Camera (video recording does not work yet)
Wifi
Sensors
May 25th: Video recording works now
May 26th: Bluetooth works now

I have the global device, but I live in the US so I cannot test whether the radio will work, but it appears that it *might* work, the baseband and everything shows, but I don't have a sim to test

I'm sure there are a lot of things in the ROM that aren't needed, like some daemons and services that I don't know are useless.

Can u build aosp for moto e 2015(surnia&otus)?
 
 
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