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[DEV] Phoenix-Android AOSP ICS 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich)

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By andy572, Recognized Developer on 23rd November 2011, 01:08 PM
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Welcome to Phoenix-Android 4.0 ICS (Ice Cream Sandwich)

This is the development thread of the new Phoenix-Android ICS for P500.
Currently there is no ROM nor a booting software - but, there is a good progress
and chances are really good to get most things work.

Please dont ask for ETA - this will not be answered.
Please dont ask for CyanogenMod things in this rom, it never gets implemented.

Currently working:
- ARMv6-VFP (enabled and fixed in dalvik, bionic)
- default Audio
- GSM
- WiFi
- Touchscreen
- HW Acceleration (almost)
- ADB Screenshot from device

TODOs
- fix sensors and sensor service
- fix bluetooth / dbus
- fix camera
- fix video
- fix audio and add fmVolume
- fix fm radio
- fix wired headset function
- fix bluetooth headset function
- fix usb (in vold service and kernel)
- fix general bugs as posted on CAF and CyanogenMod

Special thanks to friend developers:
Bytecode
lupohirp
mikegapinski
_Arjen_
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23rd November 2011, 01:09 PM |#2  
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I just hope it will be released before x-mas..

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wow, this rocks !!

hope your great experience on rom developing and maybe lupohirp experience in AOSP ROM will give good results !

good luck!
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Greatest news i have ever heard!
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OMG...
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happy to hear....looking forward to test and report bugs at Phoenix site
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Phoenix + ICS = Sounds awesome!
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Finally seeing people work together with andy. I'm sure you'll get it done. I've been using ICS AOSP for the past three days and its just too good in every aspect. Good luck guys.

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Its good to heard that O1 still in the game
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Hey Andy, good progress keep it up dude ^^

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