Originally Posted by thenameisnigel
I've been trying to port it to my device (Sprint Galaxy S II) . It's fairly easy if you have official CyanogenMod support so you can use your device tree, but if you're like me, you have to build your tree from scratch.
I am also attempting to port this to my device, the Droid Razr. This is a little more difficult since we have a locked bootloader. Fortunately we have a device tree that is publicly accessible thanks to Hashcode.
How did you edit config.sh and what did you do for the manifest?
I assumed since pandaboard is an omap4 device like the Razr, I could just copy that entry and rename it to spyder. (razr code name)
After looking at your steps, I should look for this default.xml. I actually downloaded the pandaboard.xml from b2g manifest from github and added local devices and local vendor from the android local manifest created by sts dev team. I'm thinking I will need to do this with the default.xml file you described instead, because my config.sh (repo sync) operation isn't going so well, I keep getting authentication errors and error: revision ics in "branch" not found. Let me know if you make any progress, this could help me as well.