Bump. Dead end is it?
Not exactly. I don't have a lot of "real-time contact" to devs at an Explorer though. What I do have though is contact to devs with an HTC Butterfly. However, this is not their full-time job either, so progression is slow. T...
first, I would like to apologize for my imperfect English. It's not my first language. :)
Next think I would like to mention: I am new to this forum and got a warning when I was about to post this in the "Android software...
Great! How you got it? Trought fastboot boot command?? Maybe I can help? If this can working there will be a lot off s-off devices using your method!If you no want to risk I will test your code on my aria!
Proof (screenshot) is attached.
Yes.. Even on an unchanged hboot, ie, stock, with no modifications at all, it becomes unresponsive..
And on our device, even with a stock HBOOT, it restores the HBOOT from NAND (you can see it initializing the framebuffer again). It looks like if...
How long has it been around??
Because the Explorer is an ARM Cortex - A5, and their website lists this under TrustZone..
Yes, but TrustZone might only be that bad in conjunction with eMMC memory. I'm not sure.
The thing is, eMMC has a memory pro...