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.
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...
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...