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{KERNEL - DEV} (Open Source Kernel) XpLoDWilD's PopAds Kernel- NOTE IS BACK!(30.4.12)

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22nd March 2012, 05:34 AM |#111  
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You guys should all remember that Galaxy Note and Galaxy S II share 80% of their hardware (Exynos board and Exynos4210 CPU, same regulator, same sensors, etc. Only touch panel and some little stuff differs).
Having S2 kernel sources (though they are dirty as hell) will definitely help for the Note port.

I'll tell you that next week, as I'll get my hands on my Note starting Saturday.

Waiting for you good news ^^ good luck for you xD
 
 
22nd March 2012, 10:33 AM |#112  
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Yeah!!!
(And i think that Android kernel code on the Linux kernel code is a good thing for you )
24th March 2012, 11:39 AM |#113  
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Got it in my hands I'll play with it a bit and start kerneling in a few minutes/hours.
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24th March 2012, 02:09 PM |#114  
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OP Updated, 1st & 2nd Post.

The dev has received the device and beginning with the kernel project for note Very soon once the kernel has progress, XplodWild will open a new thread in dev section
25th March 2012, 07:04 PM |#115  
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Waiting impatiently on a progress report

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(From stalking irc...) xplodwild hardbricked his Note. He's going to try fix it today with a jig, or send it to codeworkx to try and fix it - hopefully getting it back next saturday.

c also: http://www.blamesamsung.org/quote/61
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25th March 2012, 07:07 PM |#116  
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So he bricked his note already???

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25th March 2012, 08:31 PM |#117  
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You would think a dev knew how to NOT brick a device. I'm going to seriously start to doubt this whole project if he asks for more donations.
25th March 2012, 09:20 PM |#118  
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Calm down everyone. Bricks are bound to happen when you're the first to try something.

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25th March 2012, 11:29 PM |#119  
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Seriously guys??

Where did he asked for donation to repair his Note? And it's even more stupid to question his abilities because he bricked his phone when accidents happen to the most talented people..

It's true I did not donate (inability rather than refusing) but if I did, I wouldn't hold my donation in his face as like he owes me something..that contracts the meaning of donation..
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25th March 2012, 11:31 PM |#120  
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I don't see what the issue is. He is attempting to port code between the SII and the Note. Bricks would be expected...why else would a donor note be needed?

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26th March 2012, 03:25 AM |#121  
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A brick is a good sign.

It means that the dev is truly trying something at the lower-level and is not some simple random surface-level modification to existing kernels and trying to slap it off as his own or something.

Kudos to the dev. With a jig, it's hard to not be able to recover from most bricks.

Stay positive guys.

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