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Any developers willing to build a X10 Mini/Mini Pro Android 2.1 custom ROM?

31st July 2010, 01:36 PM |#1  
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Hi Guys

Now that we have root access to our X10 mini/mini pro, I hope we can interessest some developers to make us a custom ROM.

So I hope, with this Thread we can draw the attention of some DEV's

:D Let's hope and pray :-p
 
 
31st July 2010, 01:52 PM |#2  
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So I hope, with this Thread we can draw the attention of some DEV's

:D Let's hope and pray :-p

+1 hope we'll be heard
31st July 2010, 01:56 PM |#3  
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Why to work on 2.1 when 2.2 is available. Look forward to 2.2 Rom
31st July 2010, 01:59 PM |#4  
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Same progress must be done like on X10. So please be patient. First i (or somebody else who is faster) must fix X10flash, so that we are able to flash everytime to a desired version of rom.
then SPL must be hacked. We can try to port softspl from goroh. but first other progress must be made.

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31st July 2010, 02:06 PM |#5  
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Why to work on 2.1 when 2.2 is available. Look forward to 2.2 Rom

Good point there :-p had to think of that myself off course.

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Same progress must be done like on X10. So please be patient. First i (or somebody else who is faster) must fix X10flash, so that we are able to flash everytime to a desired version of rom.
then SPL must be hacked. We can try to port softspl from goroh. but first other progress must be made.

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Hi Binary, thanks for the information. As I'm a noob in this, I'm trying to follow the complete progress. So I don't know how the progress will be and what steps need to be taken before you developers can make ROM's. But now I have an idea and i will be happy to follow the progress.

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31st July 2010, 02:09 PM |#6  
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So I don't know how the progress will be and what steps need to be taken before you developers can make ROM's.

They need a tool that can flash the ROM into the device without bricking it, without that tool creating ROMs is first of all useless and secondly hard to test.
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31st July 2010, 03:22 PM |#7  
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Good thinking. And it seems Bin4ry is advance and has already thought of creating ROMs at the back of his mind. And true let us go step by step.
31st July 2010, 03:41 PM |#8  
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Bin4ry, could you through some light why its hard to flash roms?
I think the hardware for rom is same between x10 and x10 mini. If you could share some knowledge on what blocks the custom flashing could help many of us to have broader understanding.

Is the device drivers or is it the software protections that keeps away from overwriting the ROMS?

Some insights required.

As far as C/C++ goes, even i can chimp in some hands, provided i know what to do, how to do and where to start from.
31st July 2010, 03:50 PM |#9  
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THIS might be of help, Viny - at least that's where I'm going to start and it seems it's a must to start there in order to understand how the AndroidOS works, and info about ROMs.
31st July 2010, 03:57 PM |#10  
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Thanks, I have already started reading http://pdk.android.com/
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