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[BUILD] **Complete FroYo Bundle** FRX07.1 - Maintenance Release

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25th December 2011, 10:50 PM   |  #441  
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Just started Android on my blackstone
I don't seem to be able to switch between apps, phone and the browser.
Once I'm there I can only use what I've selected and there doesn't seem to e a way to go back to a main screen or home whatsoever.
Guessing the "hardware"buttons are failing

Changed keyboard settings in startup.txt.
from the standard startup to en very long cmdline I found in this post. Nothing works?

Please help.

I had the same problem with my blackstone: i used the second system2.ext (15july) and now home button works fine!
28th December 2011, 12:12 AM   |  #442  
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I had the same problem with my blackstone: i used the second system2.ext (15july) and now home button works fine!

No need for that, just update to the newest rootfs and put the physkeyboard setting in your startup.txt... this is in the caveat post folks, please read it.

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28th December 2011, 06:15 PM   |  #443  
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I'll just leave it right here

IMPORTANT NOTES:
This is the most recent kernel (same as 20111017_080427 from autobuild) with jbruneaux "fix" for cracking audio. It was modified by me so it shouldn't break other devices like original solution did. All it does is temporary disabling of battery polling when speaker/headphones are active. This means battery status won't be updated until music is stopped. Modules are quite big because I had trouble with stripping them. Still... they should be functionally identical with the ones from autobuild.

Please note that I can't guarantee everything will work as with autobuild kernel. Unfortunately I've deleted all my linux VM files (by accident) and had to redo everything from a scratch. My previous build configuration was pretty solid but the new one is still unproven.
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29th December 2011, 02:31 PM   |  #444  
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I'll just leave it right here

IMPORTANT NOTES:
This is the most recent kernel (same as 20111017_080427 from autobuild) with jbruneaux "fix" for cracking audio. It was modified by me so it shouldn't break other devices like original solution did. All it does is temporary disabling of battery polling when speaker/headphones are active. This means battery status won't be updated until music is stopped. Modules are quite big because I had trouble with stripping them. Still... they should be functionally identical with the ones from autobuild.

Please note that I can't guarantee everything will work as with autobuild kernel. Unfortunately I've deleted all my linux VM files (by accident) and had to redo everything from a scratch. My previous build configuration was pretty solid but the new one is still unproven.


hi g3rm0...

i see your running gingerbread 2.3.7 on our blackstone, would u like to share?......would love to try your (own build)

thanks for the new kernel!
29th December 2011, 04:14 PM   |  #445  
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hi g3rm0...

i see your running gingerbread 2.3.7 on our blackstone, would u like to share?......would love to try your (own build)

thanks for the new kernel!

Hi,

I don't want to release anything that's wasn't published officially by XDAndroid devs. Also it's not exactly "my build" it's the same as XDAnroid repo with my apps and ringtones. I'm sure official release (better than my homegrown stuff) will come soon.

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29th December 2011, 05:10 PM   |  #446  
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Hi,

I don't want to release anything that's wasn't published officially by XDAndroid devs. Also it's not exactly "my build" it's the same as XDAnroid repo with my apps and ringtones. I'm sure official release (better than my homegrown stuff) will come soon.

I should probably change my sig

ok thats fine i really understand.....i also tryed gingerbread 2.3.7 but had wake issues and camera not working after changing libcamera, liboemcamera, libcamera.service and libcamera.client......can i ask how you solved those two things....thanks
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ok thats fine i really understand.....i also tryed gingerbread 2.3.7 but had wake issues and camera not working after changing libcamera, liboemcamera, libcamera.service and libcamera.client......can i ask how you solved those two things....thanks

I didn't have any issues with sleep/wake on current kernel and build (there is pm.sleep_mode=1 in my startup.txt but it's probably irrelevant). Camera can take stills but not video - known bug.
If you follow this tutorial you should be able to build your own system image with minimum effort. However there are few things to note:
1. You need to use Ubuntu 10.04. It won't work on older version and there are additional steps in Ubuntu 11.10 (not covered by this tutorial).
2. First build takes absurdly long time. It was something like 10 hours on my Linux VM. May be faster on quad-core native Linux machine but still it will be hours.
3. Using OpenJDK may not work! It's better to use latest sun-java6-jdk.
4. In step "Build Dependencies" you need to do everything as described with two exceptions.
a) signed-dream_devphone_userdebug-ota-14721.zip is no longer available on HTC Developer Center - google it.
b) HW3D driver is outdated. Google hw3d-20111216.zip.
5. Last thing to do before build is add booksphone.apk manually because it's missing from the latest gapps package. Google it and place under vendor/xdandroid/msm/proprietary.
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30th December 2011, 01:02 PM   |  #448  
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I didn't have any issues with sleep/wake on current kernel and build (there is pm.sleep_mode=1 in my startup.txt but it's probably irrelevant). Camera can take stills but not video - known bug.
If you follow this tutorial you should be able to build your own system image with minimum effort. However there are few things to note:
1. You need to use Ubuntu 10.04. It won't work on older version and there are additional steps in Ubuntu 11.10 (not covered by this tutorial).
2. First build takes absurdly long time. It was something like 10 hours on my Linux VM. May be faster on quad-core native Linux machine but still it will be hours.
3. Using OpenJDK may not work! It's better to use latest sun-java6-jdk.
4. In step "Build Dependencies" you need to do everything as described with two exceptions.
a) signed-dream_devphone_userdebug-ota-14721.zip is no longer available on HTC Developer Center - google it.
b) HW3D driver is outdated. Google hw3d-20111216.zip.
5. Last thing to do before build is add booksphone.apk manually because it's missing from the latest gapps package. Google it and place under vendor/xdandroid/msm/proprietary.

thanks alot for all the info.....will give it a shot....thanks again
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Originally Posted by g3rm0

I didn't have any issues with sleep/wake on current kernel and build (there is pm.sleep_mode=1 in my startup.txt but it's probably irrelevant). Camera can take stills but not video - known bug.
If you follow this tutorial you should be able to build your own system image with minimum effort. However there are few things to note:
1. You need to use Ubuntu 10.04. It won't work on older version and there are additional steps in Ubuntu 11.10 (not covered by this tutorial).
2. First build takes absurdly long time. It was something like 10 hours on my Linux VM. May be faster on quad-core native Linux machine but still it will be hours.
3. Using OpenJDK may not work! It's better to use latest sun-java6-jdk.
4. In step "Build Dependencies" you need to do everything as described with two exceptions.
a) signed-dream_devphone_userdebug-ota-14721.zip is no longer available on HTC Developer Center - google it.
b) HW3D driver is outdated. Google hw3d-20111216.zip.
5. Last thing to do before build is add booksphone.apk manually because it's missing from the latest gapps package. Google it and place under vendor/xdandroid/msm/proprietary.

Can't believe no one has thanked this post...

g3rm0, nicely done. The Getting the Source and related pages have been updated to reflect all these silly gotchas. Thanks again!
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4th January 2012, 12:26 PM   |  #450  
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Originally Posted by arrrghhh

No need for that, just update to the newest rootfs and put the physkeyboard setting in your startup.txt... this is in the caveat post folks, please read it.

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I'm new to this, so where can i find the caveat post folks?

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