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[DEV][C2105][Kernel][TWRP]Compiling Sony Kernel Sources for Kitkat

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19th February 2014, 01:12 AM   |  #71  
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Where to find the boot.img(didn't find in the first post)
and will flashing the kernel fix thee deep sleep issue???

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I wont be releasing any boot.img until TWRP and Omnirom is ready. In the meantime, you can try out the kernel from @The Dark Knight

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19th February 2014, 11:22 AM   |  #72  
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there is only 1 proprietary binary wlan.ko that all kitkat rom use as far as I know. nothing to do with the kernel. As I have said this is a kernel thread for kernel developer and not a thread to solve rom issue.

Anyone who want to have a full experience need to work out from source in the first post or else wait for the rom to be release. Everything that you need is in the first post, for those who cant do it will have to wait.

You need new wlan modules which comes after compiling kernel. And yes this thread is not for solving rom issue but this is related to vermagic mismatch cause between kernel and modules, due to vermagic mismatch kernel is not able to load that module and hence wifi didnt work, although i am not sure that it is right cause.
19th February 2014, 11:37 AM   |  #73  
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You need new wlan modules which comes after compiling kernel. And yes this thread is not for solving rom issue but this is related to vermagic mismatch cause between kernel and modules, due to vermagic mismatch kernel is not able to load that module and hence wifi didnt work, although i am not sure that it is right cause.

Modules provided with every Kitkat rom here are compatible with our kernels. Tested them myself. These people must have derped something related to wlan.ko that's why their wifi isn't working. They can extract wifi module from any Kitkat rom and place it properly to make wifi work.
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You need new wlan modules which comes after compiling kernel. And yes this thread is not for solving rom issue but this is related to vermagic mismatch cause between kernel and modules, due to vermagic mismatch kernel is not able to load that module and hence wifi didnt work, although i am not sure that it is right cause.

the wlan.ko from sony aosp work just fine. what sure what you mean. there is no need to recompile. perhaps it might be easier for you to help him if you have experience it first hand.
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the wlan.ko from sony aosp work just fine. what sure what you mean. there is no need to recompile. perhaps it might be easier for you to help him if you have experience it first hand.

I know most of time it works well without any issue. I am not sure because i haven't seen the logs when wifi didn't start thats why i told.
19th February 2014, 08:55 PM   |  #76  
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You guys checked libhardware.so? That also contains wifi related stuff.. For eg., Omni needs lot of patching stuff.. I'll look into the sources.. Sometimes the issue might not be kernel related.. You never know until you see the logs and kmesg

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You guys checked libhardware.so? That also contains wifi related stuff.. For eg., Omni needs lot of patching stuff.. I'll look into the sources.. Sometimes the issue might not be kernel related.. You never know until you see the logs and kmesg

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Wifi is working fine for me.

For those of you with wifi issue, make sure that you are on stock rom 15.3.A.x.x

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Most of the AOSP for Xperia L device configurations are cloned from the official Xperia L software version 15.3.A.0.x, so please make sure that you upgrade the phone software to, for example 15.3.A.0.26, before flashing the AOSP for Xperia L images, or certain functions like WiFi may not work.
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UPDATE:

Deep sleep issue seem to be caused by wait_for_irsc_completion timeout(workaround by disabling MSM_IPC_ROUTER_SECURITY)

Can you please detail it.
I`m porting Sailfish OS to C2105 and that isssue realy annoy me. Do i miss something in userspace?

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