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Edit : I PORTED FIREFOX OS TO SMULTRON !!! (with my Viking method)


First i edited the CM9 kernel Ramdisk => init.b2g.rc and init.rc files
Second i ported the latest Keon nightly replacing libs,bulid.prop lines etc. -Basic ROM porting
I need a tester..I have smultron but it's my only phone and right now i use it alot ,i can''t play with it

So if anyone want to try and see if it works HERE IS THE ZIP (KERNEL INSIDE) -Smultron_Firefox_OS_1.zip

1.First make a backup !
2.WIPE EVERYTHING (SYSTEM,DATA,CACHE,DALVIK)
3.Install Smultron_Firefox_OS_1.zip

4.Don't blame me if anything goes wrong (theoretically only bootloop can happen but you never know )


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We have :
-OFFICIAL PORTING TUTORIAL -https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Mozilla/Firefox_OS/Porting
-Official ICS from sony
-Stable CM9
-HVGA resolution as B2G phones
-Snapdragon S2 1Ghz
-The kernel is very similar to the stock kernel , but it has firefox os patch (need modify init.rc or something like this) I'am a Noob
-similar phones that have B2G ports like HTC EXPLORER,ZTE BLADE III ,Nexus S and others :P

So..why not to Xperia 2011 line? or atleast to MDPI phones ...
If a developer can port this to one of this devices then it will be very easy to make it for all MDPI
From my experience with Android i think that Firefox OS is a better OS.Why? Because is simple and fast.
On my xperia mini ST15i i tested all kinds of Roms...CM7,9,10,10.1 MIUI ,LEWA OS,stock GB,stock ICS ...all of them seems to be very resources hungry because Android is heavy.
Firefox OS:
-lightweight
-HTML5
-WebGL
-Boot in less than 6 seconds
-The small footprint of a browser based operating system means that B2G should significantly extend battery life before re-charging.
-B2G will be the first mobile OS to use Do Not Track at the operating system level.
-many more

...this is the future.

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29th May 2013, 03:06 PM |#2  
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"Boot in less than 6 seconds"

Oh yeah, that's the future

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29th May 2013, 06:48 PM |#3  
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Whay you dont try to port it

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29th May 2013, 06:53 PM |#4  
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Whay you dont try to port it

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First i don't have any experiences with kernels,compiling from source ..etc.
Second i have a slow PC with limited HDD space and RAM memory
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Originally Posted by danutzgtx480

First i don't have any experiences with kernels,compiling from source ..etc.
Second i have a slow PC with limited HDD space and RAM memory

Could you post a step by step guide so that us with other Xperia 2011 devices can also try?
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Could you post a step by step guide so that us with other Xperia 2011 devices can also try?

1.Make a backup
2.Wipe everything
3.Install zip
4.First boot takes time
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Originally Posted by shubh_007

1.Make a backup
2.Wipe everything
3.Install zip
4.First boot takes time
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I meant steps to porting Firefox OS to other Xperia devices.
30th May 2013, 10:47 PM |#8  
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I've got lots of computer power (4gb ram, 1Tb hard drive) and have a small knowledge. Would be happy to do it but would like some one to help me. Also got good internet. If it is only for unlocked bootloader, I can't help you as much as I could because I have a locked bootloader.

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Originally Posted by hjhita979

I've got lots of computer power (4gb ram, 1Tb hard drive) and have a small knowledge. Would be happy to do it but would like some one to help me. Also got good internet. If it is only for unlocked bootloader, I can't help you as much as I could because I have a locked bootloader.

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of course its for unlocked !!!kernel!!!remember??

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Originally Posted by danutzgtx480

We have :
-OFFICIAL PORTING TUTORIAL -https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Mozilla/Firefox_OS/Porting
-Official ICS from sony
-Stable CM9
-HVGA resolution as B2G phones
-Snapdragon S2 1Ghz
-The kernel is very similar to the stock kernel , but it has firefox os patch (need modify init.rc or something like this) I'am a Noob
-similar phones that have B2G ports like HTC EXPLORER,ZTE BLADE III ,Nexus S and others :P

So..why not to Xperia 2011 line? or atleast to MDPI phones ...
If a developer can port this to one of this devices then it will be very easy to make it for all MDPI
From my experience with Android i think that Firefox OS is a better OS.Why? Because is simple and fast.
On my xperia mini ST15i i tested all kinds of Roms...CM7,9,10,10.1 MIUI ,LEWA OS,stock GB,stock ICS ...all of them seems to be very resources hungry because Android is heavy.
Firefox OS:
-lightweight
-HTML5
-WebGL
-Boot in less than 6 seconds
-The small footprint of a browser based operating system means that B2G should significantly extend battery life before re-charging.
-B2G will be the first mobile OS to use Do Not Track at the operating system level.
-many more

...this is the future.

trying but the init.rc I need help?any1 do it?
7th July 2013, 12:58 AM |#10  
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b2g for neo v
I did b2g rom for neo v it's compiled from source

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2348901

here is init.rc files that I used for b2g

init.b2g.rc
init.rc
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