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15th December 2012, 11:10 PM   |  #11  
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15th December 2012, 11:13 PM   |  #12  
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damn man....do yo ever take a break? I was just getting CM10 to look the way I want it and now I'm going to have to try this
15th December 2012, 11:20 PM   |  #13  
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damn man....do yo ever take a break? I was just getting CM10 to look the way I want it and now I'm going to have to try this

Does GPS work in navigation ? I noticed on cm10 it does not track.

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15th December 2012, 11:55 PM   |  #14  
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Does GPS work in navigation ? I noticed on cm10 it does not track.

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Not working for me, won't find my location

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16th December 2012, 12:00 AM   |  #15  
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For devs watching this and think they can help.

Audio RIL is completely broken. Samsung is using some magic sauce in their stock roms to get ril audio path to connect. I couldn't figure it out with CM10, that's why we're still using HAL there.

Here is what I do know: Samsung does not use libsecril-client.so in the LTE variants of the Note 2. Remove the file from stock or cm10, and the thing will work just fine. It does do the routing through another file that audio.primary.smdk connects to: libaudio-ril.so. I have no source for this one, it's all just one big black box at this point. libaudio-ril.so is different from libecril-client, it doesn't share the same symbols. libaudio-ril.so requires several other files that they, in turn require the same shared libs that the ril library shares:

libcsd-client, libssaudio-client and libtinyalsa.so to name a few.


We can't move the HAL stuff to this rom because 4.2 is using different APIs and audio.primary.smdk* (from HAL) won't load because it can't link some functions at load time. It'll complain about undefined symbols.

We can look at some of qualcomm's routing implementation given that they're open source and readily available "audio.primary.msm*" that the d2 variants rely on, or ... I don't know. I'm out of ideas at the moment.


I'm done for today. Adios.
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16th December 2012, 12:37 AM   |  #16  
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It ran beautifully for the short time I had my test install in.

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Chrome is crazy FC and crash happy. I've lost my SD. I can't see it at all. The keyboard is a bit slow, just enough, just a small bit behind.

Still: I simply can't tell you how good it is to have AOSP on this device. Worth every minor annoyance. Many thanks.

More testing:

Chrome problem: Imputing a username is fine. Typing a password crashes Chrome every time. MX player plays excellent. My GPS seems fine, good strong lock. Still scaring me that I can't see an external SD. (I can see the external SD in TWRP. I can restore from it. I can interact with it fine but when I reboot I get the damaged SD card message.) (Tried a restore from a backup, successful, downgrade patch not so much. Damaged SD message here as well.) Two finger pull down is cute. My notification light is now prismatic instead of a solid color.

And I can't stop toying. I fear I'm deeply addicted to AOSP.

Holy crap! You can edit the two finger!!
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16th December 2012, 06:30 AM   |  #18  
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My alarm was particularly quiet this morning, lol!
GPS and Navigation work fine on my N7105
My SD Card is in tact, all data fine. CWM Recovery isn't happy about the new location for my backups, but your script to move them can sort that out should I wish to restore.
16th December 2012, 06:47 AM   |  #19  
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My alarm was particularly quiet this morning, lol!
GPS and Navigation work fine on my N7105
My SD Card is in tact, all data fine. CWM Recovery isn't happy about the new location for my backups, but your script to move them can sort that out should I wish to restore.

Does the GPS find your location?

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16th December 2012, 07:06 AM   |  #20  
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Does the GPS find your location?

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At first I thought it may only be finding me because I was in a residential area surrounded by wifi signals, so I turned it on again while in the middle of nowhere on the commute to work this morning. GPS had me located in a couple of seconds

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