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19th November 2012, 01:40 AM   |  #21  
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Has anyone made some progress in the last month?
I'd like to help if i can.
21st November 2012, 03:18 AM   |  #22  
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Originally Posted by theeedy

Has anyone made some progress in the last month?
I'd like to help if i can.

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.
12th December 2012, 08:18 PM   |  #23  
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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.
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12th December 2012, 08:40 PM   |  #24  
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Just thought I would say here on ascend g300 we don't have official cyanogenmod but we have a first build of B2G. Loads of stuff works like calls data etc. It's really nice. I dazzozo over on modaco ported it.

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14th December 2012, 02:04 AM   |  #25  
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Just thought I would say here on ascend g300 we don't have official cyanogenmod but we have a first build of B2G. Loads of stuff works like calls data etc. It's really nice. I dazzozo over on modaco ported it.

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I never said it's impossible to port if you don't have official CM, I said it's much easier if you do.

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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.

https://github.com/EpicB2G

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Originally Posted by Silverlink34

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.

Repo Manifest:

https://github.com/EpicB2G/b2g-manif...sprint-gs2.xml
6th January 2013, 06:51 AM   |  #26  
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Is there any progress with B2G?? I hope my sensation can operate B2G soon.

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6th January 2013, 05:41 PM   |  #27  
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I'm in.

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8th January 2013, 11:48 PM   |  #28  
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I'll have a crack at it in February when I'm home. No promises though

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8th January 2013, 11:59 PM   |  #29  
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After CES?:P

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9th January 2013, 10:57 PM   |  #30  
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Nope, I'd love to have gone though. I'm away from home at the moment due to work

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