[DEV ROM]Debug version ICS for P990 leak + Fixed Rebuilds[10/10/12]
This is a leaked ( Anonymous source) debug version of ICS for p990, it is outdated ( 24-04-2012) so there are some bugs. It is only for testing propose and for the devs to paly with it. I donīt have this phone more, i did the testing on my brotherīs O2x, so i canīt make more things for this ROM.
Be careful, this is only for DEVs and users who want to try it. I am not responsible of any damage on your phone.
Please keep this thread clean for devs, for off-topic and users discussion go to the thread created HERE for you.
Originally Posted by ergoen
The following things are changed:
- root (added su binary and superuser apk)
- sdcard (modified the vold.fstab and the vold binary)
- sdcard format (changed the /etc/format_fat32.sh to point to the correct partition, so that the sdcard should automatically get formatted properly after smartflash/nvflash)
- busybox (added a binary to /system/xbin, no symlinks, it's just there to help with basic linux commands should you need it)
I did _not_ remove the engineer mode red thing as I think the red flashing thing is useful to see what processes are causing slowdowns and most importantly:
THIS IS STILL A DEV ROM!
Rebuild by ergoen (thanks him here)based on V30C(su660)
Originally Posted by wapz
1. Format the internal SD card through adb shell: /system/bin/newfs_msdos -F 32 -O android /dev/block/mmcblk0p9
2. Mount it through adb shell: mount -t vfat /dev/block/mmcblk0p9 /mnt/sdcard
3. Go to storage in the menu and on the bottom of the list click, mount sdcard
-Anonymous source ( provided the rom)
-and all devs and users who are involved on this hackfest, tell me if i forgot someone.
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