- already pushing a mirror to github -
Funny thing is that several GalaxyS developers found this non secret at all repository about 2 months ago, but we didn't knew back then that Nexus S will exist, neither how to use these sources.
Now we do !
What does it tells for us Galaxy S developers:
- we can borrow some bugfixes from the 2.6.35 kernel version, for all the Galaxy S phones
- we can study how the Nexus S drives the 512MB OneNAND device, using YAFFS2
- some of the closed components on Galaxy S kernel may be free now in Nexus S.
Nexus S kernel built for GalaxyS.
Boot, give you a shell. Nothing more. Can be use to analyze things
Reserved memory configuration
s5pv210: 37748736 bytes system memory reserved for mfc at 0x30a98000 s5pv210: 37748736 bytes system memory reserved for mfc at 0x40204000 s5pv210: 6291456 bytes system memory reserved for fimc0 at 0x42604000 s5pv210: 10137600 bytes system memory reserved for fimc1 at 0x42c04000 s5pv210: 6291456 bytes system memory reserved for fimc2 at 0x435af000 s5pv210: 8388608 bytes system memory reserved for jpeg at 0x32e98000 s5pv210: 4915200 bytes system memory reserved for fimd at 0x43baf000
Sources copied on github (it's not a real github mirror)
I tweet a lot about sources analysis :