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Old August 5th, 2013, 03:04 AM   #51 (permalink)
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Has any progress been made on this?

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I spent some time working away some errors from the source (non-zte) im using. I managed to get a kernel I made for the Galaxy Victory work for the Galaxy Stellar, and those are both the same type of board you have. That being said, I am pretty close to getting this done.
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Not trying to rush you (rush, get it?) Just hoping to keep updated. Thank you.
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Old August 16th, 2013, 01:33 AM   #54 (permalink)
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are you using the msm8960-hayes_defconfig? kuz that one boots for mouse and i. im able to build a working kernel from source but i have no experience modifying one
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no, i was using a /proc/config.gz config file, which should be a carbon copy of it...but I think I wasn't accounting for ramdisk offset when compiling kernel. If you have a github setup, you can fork the kernel source, add me as a contrib, build kernel as test for me. I have a lot of things to contribute, things done on the VaeVictus kernel for Galaxy Victory which is a sister phone to you guys.

Also...I don't have this phone, but I also don't have the Galaxy Victory or Stellar which I have built kernels for so thats not really a problem other than the fact I need testers.
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here is a link are mod of the avid cm10 that will build a working kernel off the avid kernel

https://github.com/junkie2100/android_device_zte_aurora
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