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  • Last Activity: 15th September 2013 11:50 PM
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I was able to figure it out. Since the partitions are nearly identical to the Samsung Galaxy Ace, I took a look at that phone's BoardConfig.mk and figured out the formula: 1) Get the partition list from 'cat /proc/partitions' 2) Multiply the repo...
If you're modifying a system APK, as long as you are not modifying the AndroidManifest.xml file, you can just repackage the original APK using your modified files. For example, on my Gravity Smart, I edited the references to a couple tasks out of ...
It compiles! ... which of course doesn't mean it actually works.. I haven't had a chance to test it yet. Fortunately I have the ODIN files to restore ifwhen something goes horribly wrong. :)
Ugh. Samsung's OSRC is being a pain in the butt. I contacted them requesting the correct driver. Their response: "That is the correct driver." I responded, "Did you actually test it? Because when I compile the code you provided, the x/y axes...
"I would like the General Gau's Chicken, please, and wonton soup." WTF! :confused: The zImage format contains a decompression stub combined with the gzipped vmlinux kernel, called "piggy". The file I uploaded was the uncompressed vmlinux ...