- Kernel v3.10
- SDHC MMC
- Asic3 Buttons
- Automatic screen rotation
- Bluetooth (audio and mouse tested and working)
- Usb host (supports everything USB 1.1 compliant)
- Adb and Usb mass storage
- M24C08 Eeprom
- Keyboard and button backlights
- Led's - Red, Green, Blue
- AC Charging
- USB Charging
- Support for EXT4 filesystems
- Phone Support
- Audio Support - no input from mics, routing related.
- Data -3g or GPRS
- Power Management - Standby works which is a low power state, Deep sleep and suspend to mem is not working
- DOC flash chips are supported by kernel for both g3 and g4 devices
Not Working/To-do list::
- Camera's - need to add V4L driver to android and dual cam support for camera app and kernel driver.
- add video/audio decoders/encoders
- add modem sound routing to kernel or android (AT commands )
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Second - this will probably be a seen as a stupid question but why are you trying this with such an old version of Android? Are the new versions requiring so much more memory or something?
Anyhow, good luck with further work and thanks for restoring my hopes of Uni resurrection
That is a good question..., it was the only one i had on hand at the time. But the kernel i'm using is based off 126.96.36.199 the current android 2.1 eclair is based off 2.6.29 so theoretically that and the newer android version froyo should work. If i find or build a 2.1 rootfs that works i will post it.
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