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Anybody know howto port roms from dlx to dlxu dlxub1?

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24th March 2014, 02:33 PM   |  #1  
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There are so few custom ROMS for butterfly, and I want to try by myself.
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There are so few custom ROMS for butterfly, and I want to try by myself.

Go to this link for steps...

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1222746
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It's not easy because the devices have different frameworks ..it's easier port a Rom from dlx to htl21
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There are so few custom ROMS for butterfly, and I want to try by myself.

First thing you need to replace with is kernel
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If you want to port a sense-based ROM, it is not difficult because both two devices based their sense on the M8 one. So you can use the stock kernel, but if you want to port a CM or AOSP, it's very difficult. Kairi is working on porting the CM for our Butterfly.
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If you want to port a sense-based ROM, it is not difficult because both two devices based their sense on the M8 one. So you can use the stock kernel, but if you want to port a CM or AOSP, it's very difficult. Kairi is working on porting the CM for our Butterfly.

Oh really? As of 4-4-2014 Kairi said the project has stopped because there isn't enough users helping him out.
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Oh really? As of 4-4-2014 Kairi said the project has stopped because there isn't enough users helping him out.

Where do you read this fact? In his official thread he said only that he doesn't release anything for the moment because the project is hard and ask for helps.
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Where do you read this fact? In his official thread he said only that he doesn't release anything for the moment because the project is hard and ask for helps.

Here Post number 3
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Very bad news, the CM is the base of the 90% of development. We need to help him
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I have made a port of NuSense Six for DNA Droid that is running on my European HTC Butterfly (x920e, Deluxe_U).
Sense 6 is great on the Butterfly phone!

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