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[ALPHA][PORT]Ice Cream Sandwich[4.0.1][Vanilla]

23rd October 2011, 10:50 PM |#1  
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Well title says it all

Working:
It Boots
Navigate Rom With Trackball

Not Working:
Just About Everything Else


Goods:
Cyanogen Aosp Kernel
Android 4.0.1 Vanilla

Link: http://www.androidfilehost2.com/main...CH/SDK%20PORT/
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The needing to use trackball to navigate is due to this being from the SDK ROM as that doesn't have touchscreen support only mouse and keyboard. I wonder if pulling those relevant files from gingerbread would help.
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The needing to use trackball to navigate is due to this being from the SDK ROM as that doesn't have touchscreen support only mouse and keyboard. I wonder if pulling those relevant files from gingerbread would help.

hmm maybe i havent tried did r2doesinc ever get touchscreen working on his honeycomb port?
23rd October 2011, 11:27 PM |#7  
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If I remember correctly yes...it was very slow though. I definately showed someone hc on my phone and touchscreen worked.... ill tweet him

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hmm maybe i havent tried did r2doesinc ever get touchscreen working on his honeycomb port?

Looks like it. He posted on his website about it. http://t3hh4xx0r.com

Edited as r2doesinc requested no direct links.
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Thanks for your work Joel, but how do you get past the screen after the lockscreen? I clicked on ok and the app drawer button and couldn't get the welcome screen to go away. Any luck?
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Thanks for your work Joel, but how do you get past the screen after the lockscreen? I clicked on ok and the app drawer button and couldn't get the welcome screen to go away. Any luck?

I've found that in order for it to register "touches" with the trackpad, you need to move your finger a tiny bit while it's pressed down
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