This has been already been mentioned in the other thread, He will not provide it, and it was taken apparently by hacking out the radio code.
I think a few people have asked the question, and there is no chance that he will provide his code, this is a similar issue that people are having where Cotulla is developing magldr on other devices, it is all closed-source.
FYI, cedesmith may have said that he was going to do it in the early days when he was doing cLK, but when he had discussions with cotulla, and him not providing the code, and how it was working, he decided not to try to implement even if he could.
this is the first time I have ever tried to compile a kernel. I know sdk pretty well but compiling this kernel and the directions that have been provided are confusing to me.
Step 3: Compile cLK
Now you can compile by running the following command
I have entered these in Cygwin the first line I am a little lost on? I entered export c:/cygwin/home/HD2/cLK=$HOME/arm-2009q3/bin:$c:/cygwin/home/HD2/cLK
i get bash: export: c:/cygwin/home/HD2/cLK=$HOME/arm-2009q3/bin:$c:/cygwin/home/HD2/cLK
/cLK' not a valid identifier
I have no idea what that means can anyone help?
I was having problem with my NAND Android phone with MAGLDR bootloader. The problem was my phone is unreachable while it is screen off/sleep mode. There is no problem when the screen is on. I tried different versions of Android with all the recommended settings. There is an exemption for Windows 7 mobile, it was OK even when in sleep mode. Two days ago I started using CLK boot loader, and I never had this problem again. To confirm I tried various versions of android including doubleshot and kingdom with sense 3. The only problem I think is the unstable PPP internet connection. MAGLDR was good with its RMNET connection.
Anybody else observed this? Any comments or advise?
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