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11th February 2018, 11:35 PM |#1631  
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Originally Posted by DragonFire1024

I'm looking for a way to get armv7 devices to work with arm64 in an emulator.

adb is adb, if the device or emulator is running adbd then the adb binary (either on desktop or on-device using my package) should be able to connect to it.
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12th February 2018, 02:01 AM |#1632  
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I'm looking for a way to get armv7 devices to work with arm64 in an emulator.

In regard to this, this is one of those times where the distinction between the comes into play. You see that armeabi has been depreciated so much as the ndk lead dev telling folks on stack overflow to get over it from their ability list.

The current workaround involves using gabi and clang and knowing why order of linking static libs is important.
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12th February 2018, 02:19 PM |#1633  
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I probs have three libs I need to link left, which is not a lot compared to the entirety, it needed about 20 for armeabi, vs like 7 for arm64-v8a

Good think is this time I did made with the ndk, so I can post up source for folks to use, granted a little ndk hacking is needed

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I'm close to fixing arm vers

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Hi,
I'm using a compiled version of keycheck from inside recovery flashable zips but on some devices it give "Illegal instruction".

Could you please compile an universal version?
Sources: https://github.com/sonyxperiadev/dev...aster/keycheck
13th February 2018, 01:46 AM |#1634  
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Hi,
I'm using a compiled version of keycheck from inside recovery flashable zips but on some devices it give "Illegal instruction".

Could you please compile an universal version?
Sources: https://github.com/sonyxperiadev/dev...aster/keycheck

Taking requests becomes a dangerous route, but I can do you one better and help explain to you how to compile so it doesn't give you those illegal instructions?
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Taking requests becomes a dangerous route, but I can do you one better and help explain to you how to compile so it doesn't give you those illegal instructions?

Yes, it would be nice thanks.
15th February 2018, 06:03 PM |#1636  
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Alright, busybox 1.28.1 stable source has been released, now you can start to freak out.

Check those fixes to some basic utils. This is why I don't do the x.y.0 releases! Anyway, the bring-up will commence on my next few days off.
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Originally Posted by osm0sis

Alright, busybox 1.28.1 stable source has been released, now you can start to freak out.

Check those fixes to some basic utils. This is why I don't do the x.y.0 releases! Anyway, the bring-up will commence on my next few days off.


Just want to say, " Thank You!"

I know time is rather short these days.

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24th February 2018, 02:35 PM |#1638  
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Hey, Hi @osm0sis
Just noticed
The last 'done' in your flashafterupdate addon.d script is followed by an & instead of a ;
Awesome work as always. see ya


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Originally Posted by osm0sis

Alright, busybox 1.28.1 stable source has been released, now you can start to freak out.

Check those fixes to some basic utils. This is why I don't do the x.y.0 releases! Anyway, the bring-up will commence on my next few days off.

First of all.Thanks for all your work and development.
Now the dumb ignorant question. Will your BusyBox installer install this new version? I have tried but it didn't? I have searched the forums and couldn't figure it out either.

Thanks in advance
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Originally Posted by FriendlyNeighborhoodShane

Hey, Hi @osm0sis
Just noticed
The last 'done' in your flashafterupdate addon.d script is followed by an & instead of a ;
Awesome work as always. see ya

done& is intentional and allows the loop to proceed asynchronously in a subshell to wait out the ROM's boot.img flash.

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First of all.Thanks for all your work and development.
Now the dumb ignorant question. Will your BusyBox installer install this new version? I have tried but it didn't? I have searched the forums and couldn't figure it out either.

Thanks in advance

If you're using Magisk then you've already got the new version for about 3 days now.

https://github.com/osm0sis/android-busybox-ndk
https://github.com/Magisk-Modules-Re...ybox-Installer

I just haven't had time to upload it here and make the post because I ran out of time before I had to go back to work for another string of night shifts. Doing some stuff around the house here, then I'm on it. Tomorrow at the latest.
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24th February 2018, 04:45 PM |#1641  
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done& is intentional and allows the loop to proceed asynchronously in a subshell to wait out the ROM's boot.img flash.



If you're using Magisk then you've already got the new version for about 3 days now.

https://github.com/osm0sis/android-busybox-ndk
https://github.com/Magisk-Modules-Re...ybox-Installer

I just haven't had time to upload it here and make the post because I ran out of time before I had to go back to work for another string of night shifts. Doing some stuff around the house here, then I'm on it.


Thanks. I'm still with SuperSu. Haven't migrated over to Magisk yet.
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