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I have just received a vivo, and I would like to develop for it. The phone's specs state that vivo is msm8255, but when I look into the device tree of the phone, the ROMs use msm7x30 platform. Can someone please explain this to me?

Also, does anyone know the name of chips in vivo. This is a very hard thing to find. For example, the bluetooth is BCM4329.
If no one has this information then it is alright, but I would like to my first question answered.

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Hey there!

I have just received a vivo, and I would like to develop for it. The phone's specs state that vivo is msm8255, but when I look into the device tree of the phone, the ROMs use msm7x30 platform. Can someone please explain this to me?

Also, does anyone know the name of chips in vivo. This is a very hard thing to find. For example, the bluetooth is BCM4329.
If no one has this information then it is alright, but I would like to my first question answered.

Thank You.
You should PM Szeszo on this stuff. He is our main developer and has been pretty much our only developer for almost half a year now. He knows this device inside out
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100% same chipset as the 7x30 devices, our 8255 is essentially an overclocked 7x30 like on desire z
That's why desire z has same chipset as us

Bcm 4329 is WiFi too, but bcmdhd is used for AOSP and sense 4 which is ported from One V or latest prima

Wikipedia has some good information

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Why is it so important? As poondog said, our CPU just an msm7x30 on higher clock. But we have that CPU's board name, why? Qualcomm knows... Like the MSM8225 and MSM8625Q (dual and quad-core Cortex-A5 CPUs) has msm7x27a board names. Why? Qualcomm knows...

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Hi everyone, im new here and my incredible s is msm7230 i had root the device and get no problem at all.
And now s KK 4.4. Battery last more then 24 hrs.Thanks to Szezso.

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Can we just call it Bill for simplicity kthxbye

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OK guys. Thanks for your time.

One last question: Is there a 3.4 kernel for vivo?
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OK guys. Thanks for your time.

One last question: Is there a 3.4 kernel for vivo?
Lol
Nah not a proper one

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Nah not a proper one

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Not a proper one? Where can I find its source?
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Not a proper one? Where can I find its source?
Closed source

nah jk it was my april fools joke by the sounds of it you missed out

Just noticed you're an Aussie too, gday

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