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Default CyanogenMod team already looking foward to a CM10

Yes, you read right, the CM team has announced they will work soon on the new version of their Rom. CM9 is still in release candidate status, and their almost ready to jump in on Jelly Bean

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Team kang that does AOKP also announced they will be beginning when source drops as well.
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HTC needs to come off with some darn drivers already

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I don't think its gonna happen :/ they say they the WLAN chip is Texas Instruments and they are proprietary to them, and not for HTC to release. Source code for ics though will come soon

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I don't think its gonna happen :/ they say they the WLAN chip is Texas Instruments and they are proprietary to them, and not for HTC to release. Source code for ics though will come soon

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I think we should push for the reverse engineer for the drivers because of this.
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Yes that's what needs to be done, I think we should post a thread in the android software dev section because I don't think none of the devs here can, not even Texas ice, he said so, its way to complicated

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Yes that's what needs to be done, I think we should post a thread in the android software dev section because I don't think none of the devs here can, not even Texas ice, he said so, its way to complicated

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We could ask one of the devs to post it in the devs special forum and with the right bounty, somebody is bound to do it for us.
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We could ask one of the devs to post it in the devs special forum and with the right bounty, somebody is bound to do it for us.
True and we need it asap

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Default Just a thought - what about a precompiled binary kernel module?

I know that's how proprietary drivers are handled on desktop linux... EG, nVidia's original display drivers were distributed as a binary....

Is it possible to get a ti-wlan.o (or whatever it's called) from HTC (or from the official release) and use it in CM?
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We could ask one of the devs to post it in the devs special forum and with the right bounty, somebody is bound to do it for us.
Didn't ...Awesome... Get a device? My wife ran his aosp ics roms on mt4g and they were very solid.

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