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[modules] cifs.ko, md4.ko, nls_utf8.ko, stock [4.2 / 4.2.2] 3.4.5-g4e6298b / gaf9c307

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By H3g3m0n, Member on 20th November 2012, 02:11 PM
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28th November 2012, 09:23 PM |#21  
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Have you option.ko and usb_wwan.ko modules for this 3.4.5 kernel? For modem 3g huawei...
 
 
30th November 2012, 04:30 AM |#22  
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Have you option.ko and usb_wwan.ko modules for this 3.4.5 kernel? For modem 3g huawei...

Added option.ko and usb_wwan.ko, also usbserial.ko that seems to be needed.

insmod usbseria.ko then usb_wwan.ko and option.ko last
30th November 2012, 08:27 AM |#23  
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Added option.ko and usb_wwan.ko, also usbserial.ko that seems to be needed.

insmod usbseria.ko then usb_wwan.ko and option.ko last

Thank you. After insmod, if i reboot tablet is necesary repeat the proceso? Or only once. Changes any system file and i Will have problems With OTA?
30th November 2012, 08:40 AM |#24  
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Thank you. After insmod, if i reboot tablet is necesary repeat the proceso? Or only once. Changes any system file and i Will have problems With OTA?

You must insmod each boot. You can use script manager to do it for you.

As for OTA, I'm not exactly sure what breaks it but chances are rooting it will anyway (you need root to load the modules). But you can always keep the modules on the internal memory/sdcard rather than installing them.
30th November 2012, 05:42 PM |#25  
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Thank you very much.
2nd December 2012, 08:34 PM |#26  
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Shouldn't this modules work for use with cifsmanager or Mount Manager? I'm always getting the error "mount: Invalid argument".
3rd December 2012, 02:04 AM |#27  
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Thanks for the work on this. It does have a little caveat (one that makes it a manual process every time). Only apps running when you mount have access to the CIFS mount. Anything you run after? Doesn't see it. Well, sees it but nothing is there.

Totally reproducable. Am I missing something? Thanks.

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3rd December 2012, 05:55 AM |#28  
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Hey, can we get a simple umount script? I took a couple of stabs at it but I must be doing something wrong. Thanks!

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3rd December 2012, 09:00 AM |#29  
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Quick question all - (sorry an Android Noob here who's spent way too many hours reading through XDA since the Nexus 10 Purchase!

Mounting CIFs shares in this manner are you then seeing transfer speeds that the nexus 10 is capable of over Wifi? I've been trying to get the 80-90mbps through CIFs shares that I get from Iperf tests but all File Explorers only give me 20mbps which obviously isn't great for HD Video.

Just wanted to throw it out there to see what kind of bandwidth people are getting using this solution. Cheers!
3rd December 2012, 09:42 PM |#30  
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I get an error with the shell script you posted. Line 54; syntax error: 'if' unmatched'
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3rd December 2012, 09:44 PM |#31  
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Quick question all - (sorry an Android Noob here who's spent way too many hours reading through XDA since the Nexus 10 Purchase!

Mounting CIFs shares in this manner are you then seeing transfer speeds that the nexus 10 is capable of over Wifi? I've been trying to get the 80-90mbps through CIFs shares that I get from Iperf tests but all File Explorers only give me 20mbps which obviously isn't great for HD Video.

Just wanted to throw it out there to see what kind of bandwidth people are getting using this solution. Cheers!

The kernel module cifs is much faster!
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