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24th April 2012, 12:24 PM   |  #201  
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Dude, chill, what's with all the aggression ?

No aggression mate!!
Just being thankful for what we have rather that what we lost!!


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24th April 2012, 12:29 PM   |  #202  
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Edit: Right now, I would not trust CWM repacked into any ICS leak. Previously I thought it was badly packed CWM, but the recent rash of hardbricks that happened when SiyahKernel for I9100 rebased on the Korean SHW-M250* sources indicates that some ICS kernels may have some SERIOUS bugs. At this point I wouldn't trust anything not built off of the I9100 update4 base.

Later this week I'm going to try and get a source-built kernel for the Note out using the I9100 update4 base.


any more updates on your findings mate? please do share if you have anything Thank you so much!
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any more updates on your findings mate? please do share if you have anything Thank you so much!

Well, I booted Criskelo on a custom kernel last night. Sources are pushed to my github (well, initramfs is still pushing), it's from the same tree as my I777 Touchwizz kernel.

It's a bit more difficult to install than most kernels - the leaks are using old EGL and gralloc libs that won't boot with opensource kernels. Good news is that the libs from I9100 official releases will work - the files in https://github.com/koush/proprietary...y/graphics/lib need to be placed in /system/lib (This was also the main key to booting CM9 on the N7000 using an open source kernel.)

I'll try to post something flashable tonight or tomorrow night.
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I PMed imilka to see how we can work together. We've had a bit of duplicated effort which is counterproductive, but I hope with some better coordination things can work out best for all involved.

xplod's hardbrick kind of really threw everything for a loop - He had a nearly complete device tree including a kernel close to building, but no way to test it. Imilka was basing off of leak repacks which many people dislike. (In my case - I don't touch anything that's based off of leak repacks with VERY rare exceptions.)
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I PMed imilka to see how we can work together. We've had a bit of duplicated effort which is counterproductive, but I hope with some better coordination things can work out best for all involved.

xplod's hardbrick kind of really threw everything for a loop - He had a nearly complete device tree including a kernel close to building, but no way to test it. Imilka was basing off of leak repacks which many people dislike. (In my case - I don't touch anything that's based off of leak repacks with VERY rare exceptions.)

hopefully you can collaborate, after all, it's in our best interest!
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I PMed imilka to see how we can work together. We've had a bit of duplicated effort which is counterproductive, but I hope with some better coordination things can work out best for all involved.

xplod's hardbrick kind of really threw everything for a loop - He had a nearly complete device tree including a kernel close to building, but no way to test it. Imilka was basing off of leak repacks which many people dislike. (In my case - I don't touch anything that's based off of leak repacks with VERY rare exceptions.)

Sounds pretty good

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Updated OP.

Great news! Xplodwild is receiving his note back from the store this weekend, and will resume device tree and kernel progress! Awesome times for development and CM9 coming soon!
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Updated OP.

Great news! Xplodwild is receiving his note back from the store this weekend, and will resume device tree and kernel progress! Awesome times for development and CM9 coming soon!

It also looks like xplod or codeworkx decided to make the device tree repo public.

At this point:
extract-files.sh is broken - I need to fix it this weekend
The vendor proprietary repo is not published - I need to clean up my prop files and push them to a repo
I just realized this morning that outgoing call audio is broken! Yes, that's how rarely I make calls - I've been using my device only for data since Friday. Seems to be a kernel issue, as it also happens when running my Touchwizz kernel on ZCLP6 firmwares.
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25th April 2012, 05:31 PM   |  #210  
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Me too dude! My telephone is rarely a telephone to me

More sort of a multimedia internet machine

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