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20th October 2015, 11:09 PM |#11  
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Stagefright Patch:
http://www.needrom.com/download/stag...h-p6000-pro-2/ (for Stock ROM Android 5.1 20150910. Credit: @superdragonpt and @ahorntaler)

Who tha hell is ahorntaler?
The patch was compiled by me ...

And why are you linking to that stupid website?

Stagefright patch for some Mediatek devices is here at xda:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/andr...right-t3193219
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20th October 2015, 11:31 PM |#12  
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Who tha hell is ahorntaler?
The patch was compiled by me ...

And why are you linking to that stupid website?

Stagefright patch for some Mediatek devices is here at xda:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/andr...right-t3193219

Thanks for stopping by, and for your original work on the Stagefright patches.
I guess with a little reading, you could see that @ahorntaler is someone who modified your works to suit the Elephone P6000 Pro, and gave you credit. Out of the box, the patch doesn't work. (See post 63163952) I also prefer hosting files on xda to needrom, but mirroring the authors work would have been equally bad IMO. We all appreciate your work You seem disgruntled, which I didn't intend to cause. Can I amend the post in some way that remains useful to P6000 Pro owners, but still makes you happy?
20th October 2015, 11:42 PM |#13  
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Thanks for stopping by, and for your original work on the Stagefright patches.
I guess with a little reading, you could see that @ahorntaler is someone who modified your works to suit the Elephone P6000 Pro, and gave you credit. Out of the box, the patch doesn't work. (See post 63163952) I also prefer hosting files on xda to needrom, but mirroring the authors work would have been equally bad IMO. We all appreciate your work You seem disgruntled, which I didn't intend to cause. Can I amend the post in some way that remains useful to P6000 Pro owners, but still makes you happy?

Modified what?

It's very well explained, the partition stuff in my thread ...

Quote from my op:
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For other devices that don't use the mmcblk0p17 as /system partition:
The flash may fail, if that's your case, simply extract all the files, and push via adb to your device.

I need to update the stagefright thread with a new build btw... there's new stagefright bugs around (they are fixed on our Lp build, i need to update the thread for other devices ...)
ps: No im not pissed, i just didn't know who that guy is/was
Ps2: Nothing against you, i just really hate needrom these days,,, all the KANGers are posting "their work" there.
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20th October 2015, 11:55 PM |#14  
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Modified what?
Did he compiled the libs by any chance?

No lib changes judging by the file time stamps. I believe the modifications are to the updater-script, to include the correct paths.
Flashing this modified update is a lot more convenient for newbies like me
He also retains your credits in the updater script.

In the future, I agree it's better to link to your thread like you suggest, and I'll include instructions on how to modify the updater-script. That way we P6000 Pro users can benefit from future updates to the patch you release.
20th October 2015, 11:58 PM |#15  
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Modified what?
Did he compiled the libs by any chance?

It's very well explained, the partition stuff in my thread ...

Quote from my op:
I need to update the stagefright thread with a new build btw... there's new stagefright bugs around (they are fixed on our Lp build, i need to update the thread for other devices ...)
ps: No im not pissed, i just didn't know who that guy is/was
cheers

Hi superdragonpt,
I'm very sorry that You are disappointed. I don't want any credit for the patch. I only modified installation script to make it useable for P6000 Pro users and I wrote that the patch is not my work, but Yours. So why are You pissed? I'm only a simple user who wanted to share the benefit of Your work with others. I don't (want to) earn any Money with programming. Next time I ask You. The question is: why didn't you modify installation script? Credit would have been Yours. I wanted to be You only help.
21st October 2015, 02:26 AM |#16  
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Hi superdragonpt,
I'm very sorry that You are disappointed. I don't want any credit for the patch. I only modified installation script to make it useable for P6000 Pro users and I wrote that the patch is not my work, but Yours. So why are You pissed? I'm only a simple user who wanted to share the benefit of Your work with others. I don't (want to) earn any Money with programming. Next time I ask You. The question is: why didn't you modify installation script? Credit would have been Yours. I wanted to be You only help.

It's nothing against you...
i thought it was some "random guy" from needrom ...
(im a bit pissed with needrom in general...)

PS: Tell me something guys, your latest official rom is Lollipop v 5.0 or 5.1 ?
PS2: Re-Download the latest stagefright app from Zimpherium to check what are new bugs...

I need to release a new build for other MTK phones (yours included)

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22nd October 2015, 09:45 PM |#17  
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PS: Tell me something guys, your latest official rom is Lollipop v 5.0 or 5.1 ?


P6000 Pro stock ROM is Lollipop 5.1.
22nd October 2015, 11:19 PM |#18  
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What ROM ?!!
i Have just bought a P6000 pro , the battery lasts about 7 hours what rom should i flash to improve battery life?
Thanks in advance.
23rd October 2015, 01:07 AM |#19  
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P6000 Pro stock ROM is Lollipop 5.1.

Can you give me the build ID?
(check under build.prop), i may need to make some small corrections for the stagefright, depending on the android build

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Can you give me the build ID?
(check under build.prop), i may need to make some small corrections for the stagefright, depending on the android build

From build.prop on the Elephone P6000 Pro 20150821 stock ROM:

Code:
ro.build.id=LMY47D
ro.build.display.id=ALPS.L1.MP3.V2_NB6753.65U.L1_P22
ro.build.version.incremental=1440142279
ro.build.version.sdk=22
ro.build.version.codename=REL
ro.build.version.all_codenames=REL
ro.build.version.release=5.1
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24th October 2015, 11:06 PM |#21  
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Added details of recently released P6000 Pro IUNI ROM, released on 4pda.ru by @Trixpost.
Untested by me - please post your experiences if you try it.
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