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Galaxy Tab 3 7in CM-10.1/Cm-10.2 development[SM-T210/T210R]

Which 7in Tab 3 do you have?


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Unjustified Dev

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I am creating this thread to attract developers and users who can help out. This thread should stay in general so new users can post.


Current device tree is missing a few things now .
The current issue is finding things that arent't needed such as the files for 3g aren't needed for our model but since our device source is common with all 7in models that have marvell cpu its hard to find which each model needs and doesn't . I will brick mine everyday until cm boots.


Device tree for wifiue which is SM-T210R with infrared wifi only board
https://github.com/TeamRegular/android_device_samsung_lt02wifiue/tree/cm-10.1

Device tree for wifi which is SM-T210 without infrared wifi only board
https://github.com/TeamRegular/android_device_samsung_lt02wifi/tree/cm-10.1

Common device tree
https://github.com/TeamRegular/android_device_samsung_lt02wifi-common

PXA988-Common
https://github.com/TeamRegular/android_device_samsung_pxa988-common

Marvell comon
https://github.com/TeamRegular/android_device_samsung_marvell-common

Common vendor tree (wip)
https://github.com/TeamRegular/android_vendor_samsung_lt02wifi-common

Kernel tree (wip)
https://github.com/TeamRegular/android_kernel_samsung_lt02-common
 
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Unjustified Dev

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wow cm 10.2 thanks

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Could you run this
Code:
cat /proc/mwlan/mlanX|uapX|wfdX/info
from a terminal or via adb shell thanks to a site I was able to figure out how to get wifi working when I get mine . No point in waiting

First file Android.mk I am confused on their wifi module I am used to seeing bcm chips on samsung .
https://github.com/TeamRegular/andr...mmit/9ca247baed56a14d5b324700c95e66608a25ed77
 

trazfer

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Could you run this
Code:
cat /proc/mwlan/mlanX|uapX|wfdX/info
from a terminal or via adb shell thanks to a site I was able to figure out how to get wifi working when I get mine . No point in waiting

First file Android.mk I am confused on their wifi module I am used to seeing bcm chips on samsung .
https://github.com/TeamRegular/andr...mmit/9ca247baed56a14d5b324700c95e66608a25ed77

im sry i dont know this kind of stuff. just flashing of roms is what i am good at. lol

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crusen

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Could you run this
Code:
cat /proc/mwlan/mlanX|uapX|wfdX/info
from a terminal or via adb shell thanks to a site I was able to figure out how to get wifi working when I get mine . No point in waiting

First file Android.mk I am confused on their wifi module I am used to seeing bcm chips on samsung .

Hey, i've got a T210. When you need the log also from this devices let me know.
I try to run your code on adb. But there is an error. Cat is unknown.
But i can give you the hole system info when you want.
 

Zidkijah

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Could you run this
Code:
cat /proc/mwlan/mlanX|uapX|wfdX/info
from a terminal or via adb shell thanks to a site I was able to figure out how to get wifi working when I get mine . No point in waiting

First file Android.mk I am confused on their wifi module I am used to seeing bcm chips on samsung .
https://github.com/TeamRegular/andr...mmit/9ca247baed56a14d5b324700c95e66608a25ed77

This is what I get.......

Code:
sh-3.2$ cat /proc/mwlan/mlanX|uapX|wfdX/info
sh: wfdX/info: No such file or directory
sh: uapX: command not found
sh-3.2$ /proc/mwlan/mlanX: No such file or directory

Code:
sh-3.2$ cd /proc/mwlan/wlan0/
sh-3.2$ ls
debug
info
sh-3.2$
 
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Unjustified Dev

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This is what I get.......

Code:
sh-3.2$ cat /proc/mwlan/mlanX|uapX|wfdX/info
sh: wfdX/info: No such file or directory
sh: uapX: command not found
sh-3.2$ /proc/mwlan/mlanX: No such file or directory

Code:
sh-3.2$ cd /proc/mwlan/wlan0/
sh-3.2$ ls
debug
info
sh-3.2$

Tried cat proc/mwlan/wlan0/info ?
Almost done with my source . Missing a few proprietary files really few. Pretty much just need to update a few files then I will make a test build tomorrow.

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trazfer

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Casual coming soon. Who will test it?

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sh-3.2$ su
sh-3.2# cat /proc/mwlan/mlan0/info
/proc/mwlan/mlan0/info: No such file or directory
sh-3.2# cat proc/mwlan/wlan0/info
driver_name = "wlan"
driver_version = SD8787-14.66.35.p12-M3X14421-GPL-(FP66)
interface_name="wlan0"
bss_mode ="Managed"
media_state="Connected"
mac_address="08:fc:88:75:3c:a3"
multicast_count="3"
essid="Ochoa Wifi"
bssid="00:25:9c:22:a7:c4"
channel="6"
region_code = "10"
multicast_address[0]="33:33:00:00:00:01"
multicast_address[1]="01:00:5e:00:00:01"
multicast_address[2]="33:33:ff:75:3c:a3"
num_tx_bytes = 689069
num_rx_bytes = 1412204
num_tx_pkts = 5092
num_rx_pkts = 5210
num_tx_pkts_dropped = 0
num_rx_pkts_dropped = 0
num_tx_pkts_err = 0
num_rx_pkts_err = 0
carrier on
tx queue 0: started
tx queue 1: started
tx queue 2: started
tx queue 3: started
sh-3.2#

is this okay to post? my mac address is here. sry im really new at this
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Zidkijah

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Here is what I get........ I also saw some interesting files so Cat'ed them also..... :)


Code:
sh-3.2$ cat proc/mwlan/wlan0/info
driver_name = "wlan"
driver_version = SD8787-14.66.35.p12-M3X14421-GPL-(FP66) 
interface_name="wlan0"
bss_mode ="Managed"
media_state="Connected"
mac_address="f0:6b:ca:dc:ba:a7"
multicast_count="3"
essid="Read"
bssid="c0:c1:c0:22:25:0b"
channel="1"
region_code = "10"
multicast_address[0]="01:00:5e:00:00:01"
multicast_address[1]="33:33:00:00:00:01"
multicast_address[2]="33:33:ff:dc:ba:a7"
num_tx_bytes = 110912436
num_rx_bytes = 457063805
num_tx_pkts = 458394
num_rx_pkts = 788194
num_tx_pkts_dropped = 0
num_rx_pkts_dropped = 0
num_tx_pkts_err = 0
num_rx_pkts_err = 0
carrier on
tx queue 0:  started
tx queue 1:  started
tx queue 2:  started
tx queue 3:  started

Code:
sh-3.2$ cat /proc/mwlan/config 
hardware_status=0
netlink_num=31
drv_mode=5
sdcmd52rw=0 0x0 0x00

Code:
sh-3.2$ ls
config
p2p0
wlan0
sh-3.2$ cd wlan0/
sh-3.2$ ls
debug
info
sh-3.2$ cat debug 
drvdbg=524295
wmm_ac_vo=1
wmm_ac_vi=0
wmm_ac_be=457648
wmm_ac_bk=0
max_tx_buf_size=2048
tx_buf_size=1792
curr_tx_buf_size=1792
ps_mode=1
ps_state=3
is_deep_sleep=1
wakeup_dev_req=1
wakeup_tries=0
hs_configured=0
hs_activated=0
tx_pkts_queued=0
pps_uapsd_mode=0
sleep_pd=0
qos_cfg=0
tx_lock_flag=0
port_open=1
bypass_pkt_count=0
scan_processing=0
num_tx_timeout=0
num_cmd_timeout=0
timeout_cmd_id=0x0
timeout_cmd_act=0
last_cmd_id=0x7f 0x16 0xa4 0x7f 0x16 0x16 0xa4 0x7f 0x16 0xa4 
last_cmd_act=0x0 0x0 0x0 0x0 0x0 0x0 0x0 0x0 0x0 0x0 
last_cmd_index=4
last_cmd_resp_id=0x807f 0x8016 0x80a4 0x807f 0x8016 0x8016 0x80a4 0x807f 0x8016 0x80a4 
last_cmd_resp_index=4
last_event=0xb 0xb 0xb 0xb 0xb 0xa 0xb 0xb 0xb 0xb 
last_event_index=4
num_no_cmd_node=0
num_cmd_h2c_fail=0
num_cmd_sleep_cfm_fail=0
num_tx_h2c_fail=0
num_cmdevt_c2h_fail=0
num_rx_c2h_fail=0
num_int_read_fail=0
last_int_status=1
num_evt_deauth=6
num_evt_disassoc=0
num_evt_link_lost=8
num_cmd_deauth=2
num_cmd_assoc_ok=17
num_cmd_assoc_fail=0
cmd_sent=0
data_sent=0
mp_rd_bitmap=0x0
curr_rd_port=1
mp_wr_bitmap=0xc7ff
curr_wr_port=14
cmd_resp_received=0
event_received=0
ioctl_pending=0
tx_pending=0
rx_pending=0
lock_count=58
malloc_count=50
vmalloc_count=6
mbufalloc_count=0
main_state=4
driver_state=0
hs_skip_count=0
hs_force_count=0
wmm_tx_pending[0]:0
wmm_tx_pending[1]:0
wmm_tx_pending[2]:0
wmm_tx_pending[3]:0
Tx BA stream table:
tid = 0, ra = c0:c1:c0:22:25:0b amsdu=0
Rx reorder table:
tid = 0, ta =  c0:c1:c0:22:25:0b, start_win = 3088, win_size = 64, amsdu=0
buffer: 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 
sh-3.2$

Hopefully this is helpful :)
 
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Unjustified Dev

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Here is what I get........ I also saw some interesting files so Cat'ed them also..... :)


Code:
sh-3.2$ cat proc/mwlan/wlan0/info
driver_name = "wlan"
driver_version = SD8787-14.66.35.p12-M3X14421-GPL-(FP66) 
interface_name="wlan0"
bss_mode ="Managed"
media_state="Connected"
mac_address="f0:6b:ca:dc:ba:a7"
multicast_count="3"
essid="Read"
bssid="c0:c1:c0:22:25:0b"
channel="1"
region_code = "10"
multicast_address[0]="01:00:5e:00:00:01"
multicast_address[1]="33:33:00:00:00:01"
multicast_address[2]="33:33:ff:dc:ba:a7"
num_tx_bytes = 110912436
num_rx_bytes = 457063805
num_tx_pkts = 458394
num_rx_pkts = 788194
num_tx_pkts_dropped = 0
num_rx_pkts_dropped = 0
num_tx_pkts_err = 0
num_rx_pkts_err = 0
carrier on
tx queue 0:  started
tx queue 1:  started
tx queue 2:  started
tx queue 3:  started

Code:
sh-3.2$ cat /proc/mwlan/config 
hardware_status=0
netlink_num=31
drv_mode=5
sdcmd52rw=0 0x0 0x00

Code:
sh-3.2$ ls
config
p2p0
wlan0
sh-3.2$ cd wlan0/
sh-3.2$ ls
debug
info
sh-3.2$ cat debug 
drvdbg=524295
wmm_ac_vo=1
wmm_ac_vi=0
wmm_ac_be=457648
wmm_ac_bk=0
max_tx_buf_size=2048
tx_buf_size=1792
curr_tx_buf_size=1792
ps_mode=1
ps_state=3
is_deep_sleep=1
wakeup_dev_req=1
wakeup_tries=0
hs_configured=0
hs_activated=0
tx_pkts_queued=0
pps_uapsd_mode=0
sleep_pd=0
qos_cfg=0
tx_lock_flag=0
port_open=1
bypass_pkt_count=0
scan_processing=0
num_tx_timeout=0
num_cmd_timeout=0
timeout_cmd_id=0x0
timeout_cmd_act=0
last_cmd_id=0x7f 0x16 0xa4 0x7f 0x16 0x16 0xa4 0x7f 0x16 0xa4 
last_cmd_act=0x0 0x0 0x0 0x0 0x0 0x0 0x0 0x0 0x0 0x0 
last_cmd_index=4
last_cmd_resp_id=0x807f 0x8016 0x80a4 0x807f 0x8016 0x8016 0x80a4 0x807f 0x8016 0x80a4 
last_cmd_resp_index=4
last_event=0xb 0xb 0xb 0xb 0xb 0xa 0xb 0xb 0xb 0xb 
last_event_index=4
num_no_cmd_node=0
num_cmd_h2c_fail=0
num_cmd_sleep_cfm_fail=0
num_tx_h2c_fail=0
num_cmdevt_c2h_fail=0
num_rx_c2h_fail=0
num_int_read_fail=0
last_int_status=1
num_evt_deauth=6
num_evt_disassoc=0
num_evt_link_lost=8
num_cmd_deauth=2
num_cmd_assoc_ok=17
num_cmd_assoc_fail=0
cmd_sent=0
data_sent=0
mp_rd_bitmap=0x0
curr_rd_port=1
mp_wr_bitmap=0xc7ff
curr_wr_port=14
cmd_resp_received=0
event_received=0
ioctl_pending=0
tx_pending=0
rx_pending=0
lock_count=58
malloc_count=50
vmalloc_count=6
mbufalloc_count=0
main_state=4
driver_state=0
hs_skip_count=0
hs_force_count=0
wmm_tx_pending[0]:0
wmm_tx_pending[1]:0
wmm_tx_pending[2]:0
wmm_tx_pending[3]:0
Tx BA stream table:
tid = 0, ra = c0:c1:c0:22:25:0b amsdu=0
Rx reorder table:
tid = 0, ta =  c0:c1:c0:22:25:0b, start_win = 3088, win_size = 64, amsdu=0
buffer: 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 
sh-3.2$

Hopefully this is helpful :)

I actually got WiFi set up based on the WiFi chip. A site had some developers who ported the driver to their phone and the person listed what to put in the source
 

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