Haha. Look up. He's been here all along.
Anyway, I am using this build for a couple of hours and it feels pretty smooth. Wi fi was enabled by using a Static IP. Flashed Gapps for ICS (gapps-ics-20111125-2) from goo-inside.me. Can't install anything from Market or use the Browser. Gmail and other apps can use WiFi. Mobile data not working. The APN doesn't save. Installed Trebuchet.apk (official thread) and OIFileManager (official site) through adb. Use Google if you don't know the commands. Sync works great for contacts and Gmail. Not for Calendar though.
It feels great. Thank you everyone who worked for this!
The touchscreen fixes don't depend on the kernel anymore, at least as far as I could tell with my brief testing of my own build which used the sources and .35 kernel in the CM7 nightly builds. All it needs is the idc files and the legacy touchscreen flag.
I didn't test for performance, which could be a benefit of the kernel patches, but it worked
mount -o remount,rw /system
chmod +x /system/bin/drmserver
mount -o remount,ro /system
Right arjen i'm using official cm kernel :) now it is all coded in inputreader.cpp :)fixed hwcomposer :)this evening i will reorganize my sources (are a bit messed up) and i will try to get audio and jit working had an idea bout this 'cause it seems libs can't link to powermanager so system disable it :)
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