If this Android build is like your GPS and wifi fixes, I can expect to see great things from this build. Kinda funny that a lot of Android authors come to you for wifi fixes.
That's because most chefs are Vogue users. To be honest I just copied the relevant parts from Polymod. However it was a pain to get it to work in this port. It found and associated with my WLAN but failed at the DHCP unless I copied the full 11Mb /system/bin from mssmisons CM port. But I didn't want to grow my /system/bin from 2-3Mb to 11Mb so it took a while to find out that what I needed was /system/bin/setprop. I also added rosystem, rwsystem and playmp3. The first two for convinience and the latter just to get rid of a message during boot (for cosmetical reasons only).
EDIT: And it also makes more sense for Vogue chefs to "bloat" their releases as data traffic is never free on the Vogue. We got Wifi so reinstalling all our favorite apps doesn't have to increase our phone bills.
Last edited by kallt_kaffe; 12th June 2010 at 07:20 PM.
Haven't looked into it at all really. I just wanted a plain, simple and stable CM port. Much like aqtrans port but as I understand he got a new phone and mine is possible a bit more vanilla and also odex:ed and zipaligned. Feel free to experiment with it. I think it can be a good Eclair build to use as a base to build upon. I won't mind really.
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