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1st February 2015, 05:02 PM |#21  
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Forget what i said earlier.

Audio: working
Calling: working
Camera: working except for video recording because of broken Sensors
Video Playback: working

Unbelievable !
Keep up the good work
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1st February 2015, 06:00 PM |#22  
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Forget what i said earlier.

Audio: working
Calling: working
Camera: working except for video recording because of broken Sensors
Video Playback: working

Dude... Magic.
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Forget what i said earlier.

Audio: working
Calling: working
Camera: working except for video recording because of broken Sensors
Video Playback: working

i love you! ahhaha
9th February 2015, 08:20 PM |#24  
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Hi @codeworkx,

I did some searching about for IR.
For our IR, is it not working due to missing code in the kernel (https://github.com/codeworkx/kernel-...rs/huawei/irda)
(https://github.com/codeworkx/kernel-...ivers/net/irda)
Or is it that we are missing a lib? (in system/lib/hw or system/lib?)

I think it may be that the lib is embedded in the default remote app (which is not possible to decompile).
Some remote apps have the libs embedded like this one for the Sony Xperia: https://github.com/lowtraxx/TSRemote...ir_tsremote.so
As well as smart IR remote...

I've played around with the S4 before, they flash a zip which includes a lib called consumerir.so and an android permissions xml.
--> http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...postcount=1934
Doesn't work with our device. This is a template for AOSP IR: https://android.googlesource.com/pla...r/consumerir.c

If you have any ideas, tell me. If not, I'll just keep searching in hopes of hitting something.
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Hi @codeworkx,

I did some searching about for IR.
For our IR, is it not working due to missing code in the kernel (https://github.com/codeworkx/kernel-...rs/huawei/irda)
(https://github.com/codeworkx/kernel-...ivers/net/irda)
Or is it that we are missing a lib? (in system/lib/hw or system/lib?)

I think it may be that the lib is embedded in the default remote app (which is not possible to decompile).
Some remote apps have the libs embedded like this one for the Sony Xperia: https://github.com/lowtraxx/TSRemote...ir_tsremote.so
As well as smart IR remote...

I've played around with the S4 before, they flash a zip which includes a lib called consumerir.so and an android permissions xml.
--> http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...postcount=1934
Doesn't work with our device. This is a template for AOSP IR: https://android.googlesource.com/pla...r/consumerir.c

If you have any ideas, tell me. If not, I'll just keep searching in hopes of hitting something.

Use the template and write your own.
25th May 2015, 12:41 AM |#26  
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Oops, put my question in the wrong thread before.
Anyone know what the blocker is to getting bluetooth audio working? Is it in the kernel or in the bluetooth libraries in the OS?
27th May 2015, 10:20 PM |#27  
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Right, build environment is up and running. Kernel builds fine off the scripts which make life a lot easier than when I used to do it all manually. Now to see if I can get my first ever CM build to complete successfully. BBQ linux makes it too easy, no environment setup really required unlike Linux Mint on my home PC. Just install java 6 and enable it. Thanks Codeworkx. Will see if I can get a working CM at the end of compiling.
28th May 2015, 06:02 AM |#28  
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Wahoo, code all builds. Thanks Codeworkx. Suppose I had better unlock my bootloader and flash it to see if it really works. If it does, it will be my first ever rom build.
28th May 2015, 10:06 PM |#29  
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Yay, successful build from my home Linux mint install too. Bootloader unlocked, CWM flashed and now time to see if my builds were really successsful or not.
29th May 2015, 09:30 PM |#30  
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Interesting. If I flash my build over Codeworkx one - nothing, totally broken with no boot. If I clean flash my build - All good. Similar, If I flash my kernel compiled from the kernel toolbox over CM, no boot. Really weird. Is there anything special required to get ADB to recognise the phone under linux? Anything obvious I am missing like the ramdisk is different for CM?
30th May 2015, 12:14 AM |#31  
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Also, I appear to have gapps in my build despite not having flashed any gapps package. I had youtube, play store, calendar, gmail, photo's and google launcher. I thought bare CM couldn't come with any of those?
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