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Froyo for NIKE - Incubus26Jc's Super FroYo 2.2 [Deodexed] [RLS13] [8/18/10]

1st July 2010, 03:22 AM   |  #1  
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Hello guys, want to have Froyo on your device? i've been testing and amzingly it run on Nike. Although there is a few bug just like the other android for Nike, but at least you can try the FROYO.

Here is what you need to do:
1a. If you haven't try Android before download attached andboot.zip, extract it to your SD card root.
1b. If you already have android build on your device, you can run copy androidinstall you've downloaded to andboot folder than do reinstall your android through haret. Remember to backup before doing anything.
2. Download androidinstall from the original thread Incubus26Jc's Super FroYo 2.2 [Deodexed] [RLS13] [8/18/10]
3. Backup! than, clear whatever "android" stuff you have from sdcard (I dont want it to get caught up in the install) especially your andboot folder
4. Extract contents of downloaded zip to temporary directory
5. Copy extracted /andboot folder to the ROOT of your SDCard
6. copy zimage to /andboot folder with this version (credit to mblaster) get in from http://84.23.71.227/kerneloftheday (i'm using zimage with vibration on my nike100 with zimageNike name) or you can use attached one - the newest from mblaster with audio fix (remember to extract the zip ).
7. overwrite default.txt with attached default.txt
8. Run HaRET, than hit “run” to launch android
9. Press and hold center of dpad after hitting "run" and follow the directions in the NoMoRootFs menu system
10. Install android system
11. Quit installer
12. Booting into Android
13. After you can see android logo wait about 15 minute
14. then shutdown and open up your phone again (should boot into winmo)
15. start haret and boot again to android
16. your android is ready to use

Working: Call, sms, ring, data (listed apn)
Not Working: Bluetooth, camera
Bug: Very difficult to receive call (maybe kernel problem???)

LEt us ask dzo (kernel inventor for vogue) to make update for Nike kernel to get all that stuff working

EDIT: thread author change it name, so i'll follow that too

UPDATE: I'm using dzo odex version from androidhtc
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1st July 2010, 03:45 AM   |  #2  
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Very good post!

Whats wrong exactly with receiving calls?

I dont believe BT/Camera will work on any Android ROM for nike. This problem come from months since the first release, and never. So, or we buy a really android smartphone or we change for vogue

Installing RLS4 + Kernel with vibration 03 June.

EDIT: Now I understand. Receiving calls dont work, its like we have phone turned off. Data connections work (...) Its not fast and ADW Launcher crashs often (or we have to "wait" many times). 2.1 Much faster. Also, screen its very not aligned (sorry, dont know the right word). Many times if I want to press a widget I have to point to the another one on left (annoying using keyboard). Still the same issue with hardware button 1. Three times pressing this key, and my screen goes black. Sometimes, I have ADW Launcher, go to setting, go back, and then I have laucher PRO.

Its a cool ROM, but I think useless for now. Lets hope anyone can solve the problems.

Thank you.
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yes, useless if our phone can't receive call, so we'll have to waiting for that, hope someone can solve it?

just contact dzo, he don't have time for maintaining a kernel for Nike. he want someone else to do that.

do you know someone who have some knowledge in C and a linux box to compile the kernel?
1st July 2010, 09:57 AM   |  #4  
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yes, useless if our phone can't receive call, so we'll have to waiting for that, hope someone can solve it?

just contact dzo, he don't have time for maintaining a kernel for Nike. he want someone else to do that.

do you know someone who have some knowledge in C and a linux box to compile the kernel?

I know a lot of people, but no one with a nike. I know some C and linux, but I never programmed a kernel, however I can take a look. Where is the source code? Just found for vogue.
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I know a lot of people, but no one with a nike. I know some C and linux, but I never programmed a kernel, however I can take a look. Where is the source code? Just found for vogue.

Check my kernel thread. You will find the diffs (basically text files that show changes in source) to the vogue kernel source on my download page.
1st July 2010, 05:46 PM   |  #6  
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yes, maxxxd01 please co-operate with mblaster, both of you is our hope for nike kernel. at least for now. thanks. keep up good work.
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new zimage from mblaster works for audio, and no touch screen problems on mine, receiving call is also working for me using froyo - at least for now , still testing it -

here is what i did:
1. update newest kernel using mblaster kernel with audio bug free from new zimage from mblaster works for audio, and no touch screen problems on mine, receiving call is also working for me using froyo - at least for now , still testing it -

here is what i did:
1. update newest kernel using mblaster kernel with audio bug free from http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...40&postcount=3
2. using phone prioritizer from http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=558822

maybe you guyz can try it
2nd July 2010, 08:58 AM   |  #8  
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OK, I know it is the third time I am posting this, but I don't want you to miss this...

Kernel service up again with audio patch included. Hope verything works now. Niki100 version is also patched now, touchscreen problems seem to be vibration related on niki100 (thats why there is a vibration free version especially for theat phone).

http://84.23.71.227/kerneloftheday/

PS: Let me know if everything is fine now.
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looks like this newest build doesn't need any phone prioritizer anymore, it just ring as it should be, so no more receiving call lag.
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yes, maxxxd01 please co-operate with mblaster, both of you is our hope for nike kernel. at least for now. thanks. keep up good work.

I dont think I can help, mblaster works much faster

I'm confused, receiving calls problem solved. But, for kernel with or without vib?

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