[ROM][WIP] osprey AOSP 6.0.x

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udK

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Hello all,

I'm trying to port an AOSP ROM to the osprey, I already made some steps but would need some help from much better skilled devs.

Here is the code: https://github.com/motogaosp
The manifest: https://github.com/motogaosp/android_manifest

At the moment the ROM starts without big problems but there are some errors while booting up.
Feel free to participate, fork the code, send pull request or whatever you think can help the project, the goal would be to have a clean AOSP ROM for our osprey.

Working:
  • WiFi
  • Bluetooth
  • Back camera
  • Front Camera
  • Touchscreen
  • Sensors:
    • Accelerometer
    • Light
    • Magnetic field
    • Orientation
    • Proximity

NOT working:
  • Sound
  • RIL
  • Mobile data (LTE/3G)
  • GPS

XDA:DevDB Information
MotoG 3 AOSP, ROM for the Moto G 2015

Contributors
udK
ROM OS Version: 6.0.x Marshmallow
ROM Kernel: Linux 3.10.x

Version Information
Status: Testing

Created 2016-03-15
Last Updated 2016-03-15
 
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udK

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Yes, from CM I use (for the moment) the build scripts part as it has all the stuff needed to include qcom repositories but this does not affect on Android itself.
 

Causical

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Any idea when will we have download link?
As you as a moderator knows already xda doesn't accept place holder.

I don't think it's particularly considered a place holder when the source code and manifest has been posted in search for assistance to get to a user capable produce. Works In Progress are allowed and maybe the current developer finds it moot to release a link publicly that's just going to flood his thread with endless.... ("WTF, Why this no work? U said unfished product, but it have problems, I no approve") ..... yeah stuff like that.
 

christopherrrg

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Count me in, this is essentially what I've been working on with my build.

With the addition of all RRO commits but for now I'd like clean as well, I'll start forking this weekend. Thanks for this! Big help having other devs bring aosp for our device.
 

udK

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Count me in, this is essentially what I've been working on with my build.

With the addition of all RRO commits but for now I'd like clean as well, I'll start forking this weekend. Thanks for this! Big help having other devs bring aosp for our device.
Awesome thanks!

man , count me in ,im happy to help :D . I can configure the aroma installer for it ?
Honestly I don't think that Aroma installer would be so useful on AOSP ROM :D btw, feel free to work on it.
 

l3ones

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If someone wants to give me some more in depth instructions on initiating a build and where to find the proper Dev tree and vendor files for Marshmallow I'd be more than willing to help with development. Since Xenon HD is AOSP base we at least know it's doable. The only bugs with that ROM are that WiFi refuses to turn back on after a soft reboot, and the GPS is damn near inoperable.

I don't know much about building Android per se, but it's something I've been thinking about getting into. I may not be able to be much of a help but I'm certainly willing to learn.
 

udK

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@l3ones: https://github.com/motogaosp/android_manifest ;)

yee! Finally got a fully booting ROM! :good: :good:
Today/tomorrow will try fix BT, WiFi and other stuff.
2l8ap08.png
 

therealduff1

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If someone wants to give me some more in depth instructions on initiating a build and where to find the proper Dev tree and vendor files for Marshmallow I'd be more than willing to help with development. Since Xenon HD is AOSP base we at least know it's doable. The only bugs with that ROM are that WiFi refuses to turn back on after a soft reboot, and the GPS is damn near inoperable.

I don't know much about building Android per se, but it's something I've been thinking about getting into. I may not be able to be much of a help but I'm certainly willing to learn.

yeah i would happily join you on learning how to compile build etc
 

christopherrrg

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yeah i would happily join you on learning how to compile build etc



If someone wants to give me some more in depth instructions on initiating a build and where to find the proper Dev tree and vendor files for Marshmallow I'd be more than willing to help with development. Since Xenon HD is AOSP base we at least know it's doable. The only bugs with that ROM are that WiFi refuses to turn back on after a soft reboot, and the GPS is damn near inoperable.

I don't know much about building Android per se, but it's something I've been thinking about getting into. I may not be able to be much of a help but I'm certainly willing to learn.

Here's a push to start guys, take your time to read read read. Once you're done these just rifle ROM build questions at Google and check out other devices for an idea on how the structure works.

( Senior member but am still extremely new at building, no public builds just small CM stuff but these guides helped me put a lot together. )

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2364970

https://source.android.com/source/initializing.html

http://xda-university.com/as-a-developer/getting-started-building-android-from-source

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@l3ones: https://github.com/motogaosp/android_manifest ;)

yee! Finally got a fully booting ROM! :good: :good:
Today/tomorrow will try fix BT, WiFi and other stuff.
2l8ap08.png

Is this using msm8916 kernel source?
(I can see the screen, just unsure if custom built.)
 
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Dude, you are making really quick progress. Yesterday all I saw working was the touchscreen & cameras, now we have WiFi and Bluetooth up and running? At this rate we may have a fully working AOSP ROM in no time, thanks to you!
 
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    Hello all,

    I'm trying to port an AOSP ROM to the osprey, I already made some steps but would need some help from much better skilled devs.

    Here is the code: https://github.com/motogaosp
    The manifest: https://github.com/motogaosp/android_manifest

    At the moment the ROM starts without big problems but there are some errors while booting up.
    Feel free to participate, fork the code, send pull request or whatever you think can help the project, the goal would be to have a clean AOSP ROM for our osprey.

    Working:
    • WiFi
    • Bluetooth
    • Back camera
    • Front Camera
    • Touchscreen
    • Sensors:
      • Accelerometer
      • Light
      • Magnetic field
      • Orientation
      • Proximity

    NOT working:
    • Sound
    • RIL
    • Mobile data (LTE/3G)
    • GPS

    XDA:DevDB Information
    MotoG 3 AOSP, ROM for the Moto G 2015

    Contributors
    udK
    ROM OS Version: 6.0.x Marshmallow
    ROM Kernel: Linux 3.10.x

    Version Information
    Status: Testing

    Created 2016-03-15
    Last Updated 2016-03-15
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    @l3ones: https://github.com/motogaosp/android_manifest ;)

    yee! Finally got a fully booting ROM! :good: :good:
    Today/tomorrow will try fix BT, WiFi and other stuff.
    2l8ap08.png
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    Count me in, this is essentially what I've been working on with my build.

    With the addition of all RRO commits but for now I'd like clean as well, I'll start forking this weekend. Thanks for this! Big help having other devs bring aosp for our device.
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    I'm pretty sure it's not a problem with kernel but something with selinux.
    Tried with squid's kernel and had the same error while boot.
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    Are you sure? Verified and tested?

    I used it to fix sound on DU....!