[Dev]A500 ICS AOSP device building

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blazingwolf

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You've done a great job on this. :D I'm not sure if you need it or not but here is a list of needed files to at least get it booting right.

Code:
system
	etc
		vold.fstab
	lib
		egl
			libEGL_tegra.so
			libGLESv1_CM_tegra.so
			libGLESv2_tegra.so
		hw
			gps.tegra.so
			gralloc.tegra.so
			hwcomposer.tegra.so
			lights.picasso.so
			overlay.tegra.so
			sensors.tegra.so
			tegra_alsa.tegra.so
		modules
			dhd.ko
			scsi_wait_scan.ko
			ufsd.ko
		libcgdrv.so
		libnvddk_2d.so
		libnvddk_2d_v2.so
		libnvddk_aes_user.so
		libnvddk_audiofx.so
		libnvddk_vmr.so
		libnvdispatch_helper.so
		libnvdispmgr_d.so
		libnvec.so
		libnvmm_asfparser.so
		libnvmm_audio.so
		libnvmm_aviparser.so
		libnvmm_camera.so
		libnvmm_contentpipe.so
		libnvmm_image.so
		libnvmm_manager.so
		libnvmm_misc.so
		libnvmm_msaudio.so
		libnvmm_parser.so
		libnvmm_service.so
		libnvmm.so
		libnvmm_tracklist.so
		libnvmm_utils.so
		libnvmm_vc1_video.so
		libnvmm_videorenderer.so
		libnvmm_video.so
		libnvmm_vp6_video.so
		libnvmm_writer.so
		libnvodm_dtvtuner.so
		libnvodm_imager.so
		libnvodm_query.so
		libnvomxilclient.so
		libnvomx.so
		libnvos.so
		libnvrm_channel.so
		libnvrm_graphics.so
		libnvrm.so
		libnvsm.so
		libnvtestio.so
		libnvtestresults.so
		libnvwinsys.so
		libnvwsi.so
	usr
		idc
			atmel-maxtouch.idc
			panjit_touch.idc
		keychars
			Acer-AKOOLB.kcm
		keylayout
			Acer-AKOOLB.kl
			acer-dock.kl
			gpio-keys.kl

I hope this helps a little bit.
 

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djh816

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Good job! What did you do with it? If I want to add something to the ROM, what tool can I use to re-sign the zip file? Or how can I do it?

Since this is an AOSP it signs the source as it's built. Any changes to the java/c files will be autosigned. Now if you are just trying to include an apk, that youd need to just rebuild the installer package and resign. Also I saw this little tool available: http://androidforums.com/developer-101/8665-how-signing-roms.html
 

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Since this is an AOSP it signs the source as it's built. Any changes to the java/c files will be autosigned. Now if you are just trying to include an apk, that youd need to just rebuild the installer package and resign. Also I saw this little tool available: http://androidforums.com/developer-101/8665-how-signing-roms.html

Thanks man. I copied the wpa_supplicant file from nexus s's ics wifi patch to the a500 rom. It can be flashed, but the wifi is still not working. Is it the right way to write updater-script file?
PHP:
show_progress(0.500000, 0);
ui_print("");
ui_print("************************************************");
ui_print("*                                              *");
ui_print("*          Ice Cream Sandwich  4.0.1           *");
ui_print("*            For   A500                                 *");
ui_print("*                  WiFi Patch                  *");
ui_print("*                                              *");
ui_print("************************************************");
ui_print("");
ui_print("Installing patch...");
mount("ext4", "EMMC", "/dev/block/platform/sdhci-tegra.3/by-name/system", "/system");
package_extract_dir("system", "/system");
set_perm(0, 2000, 0755, "/system/bin/wpa_supplicant");
show_progress(0.100000, 0);
unmount("/system");

Then, here is the wpa_supplicant from NS. View attachment updater-script.7z

Here is the whole wifi patch from NS. View attachment ics-crespo-aosp-4.0.1-wifi-patch-unsigned.zip

That's all that I found last night. Maybe they are not useful.

At last. Tour, which way did u make the wifi work? Can u public it?
 
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agentfazexx

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Thor, you are the freaking man.

---------- Post added at 07:49 PM ---------- Previous post was at 07:36 PM ----------

So, what about the gapps?

And the green flashing between screen renders? I'm assuming kernel drivers?
 
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