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Hello there,while working on OMFGB and CM6,I decided to take ICS CAF sources and build them since andy is working at AOSP,arjen is working at CM9 and now I'm working at CAF. I opened this since I can handle various projects at a time,infact I'm developing for other stuff also.

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@Bytecode, maybe this small info can be helpful:

you need to change a lot of configs in CAF to build - its like the AOSP configs.
the most pro on this project is, its made for MSM devices, possible you can get more
things to function (if things are fixed by CAF) as in CM9 or AOSP ... good luck
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@Bytecode, maybe this small info can be helpful:

you need to change a lot of configs in CAF to build - its like the AOSP configs.
the most pro on this project is, its made for MSM devices, possible you can get more
things to function (if things are fixed by CAF) as in CM9 or AOSP ... good luck
So developing for AOSP is same configs **** to fix

One thing I always asked myself: There is no msm7227 manifest in every caf build,but there's msm7627a,which is basically the same. Doesnìt matter if i build msm7627a?
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Keep doing your thing Bytecode. Maybe just make one board for everything. Then when all is final release them in individual posts.
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Keep doing your thing Bytecode. Maybe just make one board for everything. Then when all is final release them in individual posts.
You're right. But now i've already created them,so for the next time.
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So developing for AOSP is same configs **** to fix

One thing I always asked myself: There is no msm7227 manifest in every caf build,but there's msm7627a,which is basically the same. Doesnìt matter if i build msm7627a?
dont know, the hw specs are the same - at least the same cpu/gpu and memory.
maybe only another camera^^
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