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Old February 14th, 2013, 12:17 AM   #151 (permalink)
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Not really. There second e-mail was asking for my error log. I responded yet again that there is no error in the compile. The zImage will not boot. I've asked again for info on what GCC they are using, but I doubt I'll get an answer from them.
the readme included with the src should say. I think it was 4.3.3 I used, may have been 4.6 included with CM10, dont recall atm, I got something to compile with 4.6 tho. lol

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Latest response I received from them. The readme says 4.4.3.

We will deliver your request to our dev. team to check it.
As we know, we use GCC 4.3 or 4.4 not 4.7.
We will check GCC version again.

Please wait for some times to receive result from dev. team.

I linked them to the Iproj kernel and told them point blank that the source I have boots the lucid, but is missing the display drivers. I guess it's back to playing the waiting game and seeing what else I can find out there for possible kernels to steal a display driver from.
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Latest response I received from them. The readme says 4.4.3.

We will deliver your request to our dev. team to check it.
As we know, we use GCC 4.3 or 4.4 not 4.7.
We will check GCC version again.

Please wait for some times to receive result from dev. team.

I linked them to the Iproj kernel and told them point blank that the source I have boots the lucid, but is missing the display drivers. I guess it's back to playing the waiting game and seeing what else I can find out there for possible kernels to steal a display driver from.
the kernel src for the lucid should have em if not for all 3 840's. They are also prolly in the lge dir in the root of the src dir just copy of the cayman shyt and and look at the make & kconfig files for what lines might be need to be added to the same file in the iproj src. Might be some defines in the board file needed too along with other places too.

I am working on adding em for the connect but not got it to compile yet.
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the kernel src for the lucid should have em if not for all 3 840's. They are also prolly in the lge dir in the root of the src dir just copy of the cayman shyt and and look at the make & kconfig files for what lines might be need to be added to the same file in the iproj src. Might be some defines in the board file needed too along with other places too.

I am working on adding em for the connect but not got it to compile yet.
I was able to compile it with that method after about 20 builds, but you end up changing files in the LGE board setup, display drivers, backlight drivers, and a few other areas. I still could not get it to boot either. On a weirder note, LG is still chatting with me and now wants to know the exact steps I'm doing to compile the code and how I'm installing it once I have the boot.img. I'll keep everyone updated in case I do get something positive out of it.
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I was able to compile it with that method after about 20 builds, but you end up changing files in the LGE board setup, display drivers, backlight drivers, and a few other areas. I still could not get it to boot either. On a weirder note, LG is still chatting with me and now wants to know the exact steps I'm doing to compile the code and how I'm installing it once I have the boot.img. I'll keep everyone updated in case I do get something positive out of it.
they are prolly taking notes with the intentions of figuring out how to make it even harder lol
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they are prolly taking notes with the intentions of figuring out how to make it even harder lol

or they dont even know what they are doing yet...
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And with this, I will never be buying another LG phone. This is now considered dead in the water. I may pick up a lucid this summer to play around with if I find a cheap one on ebay or swappa just because I'm stubborn like that.

"Thank you for your interest about our mobile phone.

We received your request on LG Open Source Code Distribution site(http://opensource.lge.com).
This site is just for providing source codes of FOSS(Free and Open Source Software) we have used in our product.

We received response from Open Source department.
They said that GPL doesn’t have terms which are guaranting boot with different bootloader.

It is very hard to support multiple bootloader with the same kernel source code.
And we don’t miss any source codes while we upload the newest kernel we used.
Please consider this situation.

We hope this information will help you.

Thank you.
Sincerely yours,

LGE MC Company Open Source Code Distribution Center"
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How could this Bootloader be unlocked? If it does get unlocked there would be a possibility of CM9 or other vanilla 4.0.4 based roms. Does anyone know how the spectrum, Optimus G or any other LG ICS bootloader?
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How could this Bootloader be unlocked? If it does get unlocked there would be a possibility of CM9 or other vanilla 4.0.4 based roms. Does anyone know how the spectrum, Optimus G or any other LG ICS bootloader?

The boot loader wasn't the problem (because the gingerbread boot loader was unlocked), the device would boot cm10 but the video drivers were for the spectrum, which has a larger HD display. The video drivers supplied by lg for the lucid won't work with the source for the cm kernel either, so someone is going to have to create or modify the driver to support the lucid s display.
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Hello all, I have been lurking this thread for a few weeks, and have made an account in the hopes of contributing. I have a lucid for testing and have enough C experience (but no kernel experience at this time) to give this kernel a shot.

I was able to download and build the LG ZV7 kernel, but how can one turn the zImage into a flashable ZIP file for recovery? Also, which kernel source is the code that builds but produces no video, and which exact ROM boots the lucid? Sorry if I'm asking stupid questions, but I want to be doubly sure, as this lucid is a replacement for the one that died last week during an OTA and I will have a tough time getting it fixed if it breaks.
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Hello all, I have been lurking this thread for a few weeks, and have made an account in the hopes of contributing. I have a lucid for testing and have enough C experience (but no kernel experience at this time) to give this kernel a shot.

I was able to download and build the LG ZV7 kernel, but how can one turn the zImage into a flashable ZIP file for recovery? Also, which kernel source is the code that builds but produces no video, and which exact ROM boots the lucid? Sorry if I'm asking stupid questions, but I want to be doubly sure, as this lucid is a replacement for the one that died last week during an OTA and I will have a tough time getting it fixed if it breaks.
https://github.com/spectrumhackers/lge-kernel-iproj

spectrum-defconfig

It boots, but no video on any Rom I've injected the zImage into. This includes a stock ICS rip and a CM10 rom we have on the Spectrum. Inserting the video drivers, and needed dependencies, from the v7 source into this causes it to no longer boot, which means either the video drivers are bad, or I'm missing something that needs to be merged.
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It boots, but no video on any Rom I've injected the zImage into. This includes a stock ICS rip and a CM10 rom we have on the Spectrum. Inserting the video drivers, and needed dependencies, from the v7 source into this causes it to no longer boot, which means either the video drivers are bad, or I'm missing something that needs to be merged.
So, to confirm, I should compile the "lge-kernel-iproj" kernel with

[HIGH]make spectrum-defconfig ARCH=arm ...[/HIGH]

and put the zImage thus generated into the Quattrimus kernel link you posted (the CM10 version?).

Does this involve using "split_bootimg" and "mkbootimg" to simply swap out the zImage inside the "boot.img" in that ROM, or is there more work (signing? "--base 0x..."?) to be done? I'll give it a try by the weekend if all goes well.
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So, to confirm, I should compile the "lge-kernel-iproj" kernel with

[HIGH]make spectrum-defconfig ARCH=arm ...[/HIGH]and put the zImage thus generated into the Quattrimus kernel link you posted (the CM10 version?).

Does this involve using "split_bootimg" and "mkbootimg" to simply swap out the zImage inside the "boot.img" in that ROM, or is there more work (signing? "--base 0x..."?) to be done? I'll give it a try by the weekend if all goes well.
Correct, your build setup should provide you with a functional zImage and .ko files.

This source is what is currently in the CM10 (aka beta 4) posted in this thread. The easiest way to insert the zImage is with abootimg . The replace kernel option works just fine. This alone will not fix what we need as the video drivers do not work. If you manage to merge some different source codes together and get this working, I would love to hear about it.
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Correct, your build setup should provide you with a functional zImage and .ko files.

This source is what is currently in the CM10 (aka beta 4) posted in this thread. The easiest way to insert the zImage is with abootimg . The replace kernel option works just fine. This alone will not fix what we need as the video drivers do not work. If you manage to merge some different source codes together and get this working, I would love to hear about it.
I was able to compile and link a test kernel using gcc 4.4.3, but the kernel no longer fits with the Quattrimus boot.img configuration in the "i_vzw" (is this the right one?) folder:

[HIGH]/opt/android/image$ abootimg -u boot.img -k zImage
reading kernel from zImage
boot.img: updated is too big for the Boot Image (8368128 vs 8237056 bytes)
[/HIGH]

Can I go into the config and safely increase

[HIGH]bootsize = 0x800000[/HIGH]

or will this cause a brick when it is flashed? Likewise, if the ramdisk gets bigger when the new modules are inserted, will this cause issues?
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You can fix the bootsize without any known issues. What I ended up doing was taking dd image from flashing the base boot.img to my phone. That gives you a solid 16MB file to work with and you never need to worry about zeroing the partition as it fills it exactly full.
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After flashing the Quattrimus ROM, both with the kernel it ships with and the kernel I tried to build, the phone is responding to power button, keys, etc. but the screen is black as before. What did you do to get access with android screen cast to find out how far the phone got into the boot? The phone is not currently being detected by either a Linux or Windows computer.
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After flashing the Quattrimus ROM, both with the kernel it ships with and the kernel I tried to build, the phone is responding to power button, keys, etc. but the screen is black as before. What did you do to get access with android screen cast to find out how far the phone got into the boot? The phone is not currently being detected by either a Linux or Windows computer.
Follow the instructions in this post and it should enable ADB for you.
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While I still have no screen, I have found out the following:
  • Stock kernel rips from the phone with ICS running do not boot.
  • Using the open source Lucid kernel and modules does not bring up the screen.
  • The iproj kernel and the Quattrimus CM10 kernel bring up the phone with no screen, but the screen cast works, and data is connecting with 4G indicated. WiFi is operational, have not tested Bluetooth or GPS yet.
  • The digitizer driver needs to be adjusted, as the bottom-most 1/2" or so of the screen is unaddressable, along with about 1/8" on the right. I cannot get past the CM10 intro screen as the OK button on the bottom is not touchable.
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After hours of merging, I got a combination to compile with a screen! (Took parts of the LG ics kernel and merged into thebigq's android-msm-3.0-jb kernel)


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Backlight is working (can adjust brightness, auto-dims). Bluetooth enumerated other devices, so that looks good. Haven't had a chance to try GPS. Sound and vibrator are good to go. Wireless charging cover (which I do not own) will not work as I have not yet merged the rt9524 drivers.

The following issues are still noted:
  • Touch coordinates are still not right
  • Icons/text are too big (the ROM seems to be still wanting the higher resolution). Is this a theming issue? Or is there something in the kernel I need to set?
  • Charger might not be displaying the right power level (no way to verify for sure at this point)
  • Neither front nor rear camera driver is working (merged, but cannot connect)
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Damn... you've gotten a lot done in a very short time period.

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I re-read your post and saw that you found all the differences already. Damn nice work. When you get a fully functional kernel, please let me know and we can work on the unlock program.
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Already a legend haha.
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As of now, I have fixed the touch screen problem, so the phone is halfway usable. I have now found out that the "search" button does not work and the backlight does not turn off properly, so those are the next two things to fix, followed by the cameras. The phone also charges very very slowly, so I need to look into that.

Is there anyone else who might be an expert on these particular issues (especially power) so that they can be resolved quicker?
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Yes, contact TDM Android Forums - View Profile: tdm and let him know what you are working on. He's done a majority of the work on getting the spectrum fully functional so he knows the kernel inside and out.
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I went through and did another pass on the issues, and managed to knock out the backlight and search key in one blow. The charger and DPI issues have also been fixed. Other than the still untested GPS, the only major issue left is the cameras - after that the kernel will be mostly completed, and we can build a ROM around it.

Does anyone know of an Android camera guru that could take a look at this one? The kernel is enumerating the cameras in the logcat

[HIGH]
I/QualcommCameraHardware( 213): getCameraInfo: loading libqcamera at 0x4005fae4
V/QualcommCameraHardware( 213): Storing the current target type as 6
I/QualcommCameraHardware( 213): getCameraInfo: numOfCameras = 2
I/QualcommCameraHardware( 213): Camera sensor 0 info:
I/QualcommCameraHardware( 213): camera_id: 0
I/QualcommCameraHardware( 213): modes_supported: 9
I/QualcommCameraHardware( 213): position: 0
I/QualcommCameraHardware( 213): sensor_mount_angle: 90
I/QualcommCameraHardware( 213): Camera sensor 1 info:
I/QualcommCameraHardware( 213): camera_id: 1
I/QualcommCameraHardware( 213): modes_supported: 5
I/QualcommCameraHardware( 213): position: 1
I/QualcommCameraHardware( 213): sensor_mount_angle: 270
V/QualcommCameraHardware( 213): getCameraInfo: dlclose(libqcamera)
I/QualcommCameraHardware( 213): getCameraInfo: OUT
[/HIGH]

but the camera app (and torch app) crashes trying to open them:

[HIGH]
I/QualcommCameraHardware( 216): Found a matching camera info for ID 0
I/QualcommCameraHardware( 216): HAL_getCameraInfo: orientation = 90
I/QualcommCameraHardware( 216): HAL_getCameraInfo: modes supported = 9
I/CameraService( 216): Opening camera 0
E/QualcommCamera( 216): Qint android::camera_device_open(const hw_module_t*, const char*, hw_device_t**): E
I/QualcommCameraHardware( 216): openCameraHardware: call createInstance
I/QualcommCameraHardware( 216): openCameraHardware:Valid camera ID 0
I/QualcommCameraHardware( 216): HAL_openCameraHardware: HAL_currentSnapshotMode = 4 HAL_currentCameraMode = 1
I/QualcommCameraHardware( 216): createInstance: E
I/QualcommCameraHardware( 216): QualcommCameraHardware constructor E
V/QualcommCameraHardware( 216): Storing the current target type as 6
V/QualcommCameraHardware( 216): constructor EX
V/QualcommCameraHardware( 216): openCamera : E
E/mm-camera( 216): postproc termination : Failed
E/mm-camera( 216): postproc_exit pp_thread exit failure!!!
E/CAM_FD ( 216): cam_conf: CAMERA_EXIT
E/mm-camera( 216): mm_camera_exec: config thread launch failed
E/QualcommCameraHardware( 216): startCamera: mm_camera_exec failed:
I/QualcommCameraHardware( 216): createInstance: created hardware=0x11fb150
V/QualcommCameraHardware( 216): startCamera E
V/QualcommCameraHardware( 216): loading liboemcamera at 0x4001f090
E/QualcommCameraHardware( 216): openCamera() failed
E/QualcommCameraHardware( 216): createInstance: startCamera failed!
E/CameraService( 216): Could not open camera 0: -1
I/CameraService( 216): Destroying camera 0
E/CameraHolder( 2480): fail to connect Camera
E/CameraHolder( 2480): java.lang.RuntimeException: Fail to connect to camera service
E/CameraHolder( 2480): at android.hardware.Camera.native_setup(Native Method)
E/CameraHolder( 2480): at android.hardware.Camera.<init>(Camera.java:323)
E/CameraHolder( 2480): at android.hardware.Camera.open(Camera.java:283)
E/CameraHolder( 2480): at com.android.camera.CameraManager.cameraOpen(Camera Manager.java:224)
E/CameraHolder( 2480): at com.android.camera.CameraHolder.open(CameraHolder. java:151)
E/CameraHolder( 2480): at com.android.camera.Util.openCamera(Util.java:316)
E/CameraHolder( 2480): at com.android.camera.Camera$CameraStartUpThread.run( Camera.java:312)
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but the camera app (and torch app) crashes trying to open them:
hove you tried other camera/ torch apps? also, could you release what you have now?
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Other camera and flashlight apps (tried Skype, "Tiny Flashlight + LED", and a few others) all either display an error, fail silently, or force close. For a possible workaround, is there anyone still running stock ICS that can grab some camera SO files using ADB? This should not require root:
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adb pull /system/lib/hw/camera.msm8660.so .
adb pull /system/lib/liboemcamera.so .
adb pull /system/lib/libcameraservice.so .
[/HIGH]
If one or more of them do not exist, that's OK. I heard from TDM that these might be camera or model specific.

I am working on a release of a modified Quattrimus JB ROM for the lucid, but need to iron out several issues with making a flashable CWM package. Within a few days depending on time availability, I can post an alpha ROM that should be somewhat usable except for the cameras.
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Hey guys I've been following this forum for quite a while now, but I just registered for the sake of posting the camera libs you want. They're attached. (Hopefully; I'm not really sure how this forum works)

EDIT: I should clarify these come from LG's stock 4.0.4 release v7. They probably didn't change between that and v8, but I realize it wasn't clear that I'm not still on GB.
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Hey guys I've been following this forum for quite a while now, but I just registered for the sake of posting the camera libs you want. They're attached. (Hopefully; I'm not really sure how this forum works)

EDIT: I should clarify these come from LG's stock 4.0.4 release v7. They probably didn't change between that and v8, but I realize it wasn't clear that I'm not still on GB.
Thanks to all who sent the files, but as I expected, it was a no-go. Swapping out the liboemcamera.so or camera.msm8660.so files did not fix the camera, and swapping out libcameraservice.so made the phone hang on the CM splash screen. I'll keep looking into it.

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Does anyone have libchromatix_mt9p017_preview.so from a stock ICS rom? liboemcamera.so is yearning for it, according to the logcat from the crash, and there is probably another SO file with "mt9v113" in the name as well. If those libraries load, the camera might at least power up.
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Thanks to all who sent the files, but as I expected, it was a no-go. Swapping out the liboemcamera.so or camera.msm8660.so files did not fix the camera, and swapping out libcameraservice.so made the phone hang on the CM splash screen. I'll keep looking into it.

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Does anyone have libchromatix_mt9p017_preview.so from a stock ICS rom? liboemcamera.so is yearning for it, according to the logcat from the crash, and there is probably another SO file with "mt9v113" in the name as well. If those libraries load, the camera might at least power up.
Thank you very much to chi_squared and greg1001 for providing the camera lib files! The rear camera and flash are now working. The front camera still cannot be opened, but we are that much closer.
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If this is released will I be able to use this instead of updating? I cant seem to update my phone, tried hard reset, and unroot and everything else I could think of.
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Would it help to also have the file libchromatix_imx074_preview.so? find . -name "*mt9v113*" doesn't turn up any .so files, so is it possible imx074 refers to the front camera (even though I verified the front camera uses mt9v113 in logcat output)?
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Would it help to also have the file libchromatix_imx074_preview.so? find . -name "*mt9v113*" doesn't turn up any .so files, so is it possible imx074 refers to the front camera (even though I verified the front camera uses mt9v113 in logcat output)?
That's odd. The LG Spectrum used the IMX105 file according to its config. My lucid configuration file, as you stated, has mt9v113 as the driver for the front, not this imx074 that you found. The logcat from the hang when it tries the front camera has this:
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I/QualcommCameraHardware( 214): receive_camframe_error_timeout: E
E/QualcommCameraHardware( 214): Camframe timed out. Not receiving any frames from camera driver
[/HIGH]
and no references to imx074. I don't think it will make a difference since the so file doesn't ask for that library.

On a side note, I have built a flashable ROM zip that I was able to load through clockwork (with a wipe of course) that booted! After a few more odds and ends are fixed, we will have an alpha quality ROM!
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Well, the output from my above find is:
[HIGH]./sys/devices/platform/msm_camera_mt9v113.0
./sys/bus/platform/devices/msm_camera_mt9v113.0
./sys/bus/platform/drivers/msm_camera_mt9v113
./sys/bus/platform/drivers/msm_camera_mt9v113/msm_camera_mt9v113.0
./sys/bus/i2c/drivers/mt9v113[/HIGH]

so if any of those look helpful let me know and I'll send them over. Even so, I rarely (if ever) use the front camera on my phone so I'd be happy to test the ROM.
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Well, the output from my above find is:
[HIGH]./sys/devices/platform/msm_camera_mt9v113.0
./sys/bus/platform/devices/msm_camera_mt9v113.0
./sys/bus/platform/drivers/msm_camera_mt9v113
./sys/bus/platform/drivers/msm_camera_mt9v113/msm_camera_mt9v113.0
./sys/bus/i2c/drivers/mt9v113[/HIGH]

so if any of those look helpful let me know and I'll send them over. Even so, I rarely (if ever) use the front camera on my phone so I'd be happy to test the ROM.
Those are Linux device files that are used to control the device itself, so sending those files will do nothing for us. I have put the front camera on the back burner and am working on getting us a flashable ROM. The front camera will come later, as I think it's likely a kernel issue.
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Well, the GPS appears to not be working. So let's try what worked for the rear camera again. Could someone rip from a stock ICS ROM the following files, if they exist:

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adb pull /system/lib/hw/gps.msm8660.so .
adb pull /system/lib/libgps.so .
adb pull /system/lib/libgpsone_bit_api.so .
adb pull /system/etc/gps.conf .
adb pull /system/bin/gpsone_daemon .
[/HIGH]

Thank you all for your help! A preliminary CWM flashable ROM zip, for those dying to have it, should be ready for initial testing in a day or two. It may be a few weeks still before we get a stable, release quality ROM.
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Well, the GPS appears to not be working. So let's try what worked for the rear camera again. Could someone rip from a stock ICS ROM the following files, if they exist:

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adb pull /system/lib/hw/gps.msm8660.so .
adb pull /system/lib/libgps.so .
adb pull /system/lib/libgpsone_bit_api.so .
adb pull /system/etc/gps.conf .
adb pull /system/bin/gpsone_daemon .
[/HIGH]Thank you all for your help! A preliminary CWM flashable ROM zip, for those dying to have it, should be ready for initial testing in a day or two. It may be a few weeks still before we get a stable, release quality ROM.

Hey Carl! I'm Silver! I'm from the LG Connect forums.

Just out of curiosity, we have a few kernels for our Connects...given that our phone is almost identical in specs to your phone, would you like to see if our kernels could possibly provide some assistance with the Camera and such?
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https://www.dropbox.com/s/934rcjhmgdydglt/gps_lucid.zip?m
No such thing as "gps.msm8660.so" though.
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Hey Carl! I'm Silver! I'm from the LG Connect forums.

Just out of curiosity, we have a few kernels for our Connects...given that our phone is almost identical in specs to your phone, would you like to see if our kernels could possibly provide some assistance with the Camera and such?
Does your phone have the same front camera chip as ours? As chi_squared clarified, we need to look at the MT9V113 driver and/or config. If it does share the camera, I'd like to take a look at any recent kernels that may be running on your phone. We would need a 3.0.x kernel with working drivers to possibly help the camera along.

Any ideas on why maps (or any other GPS app on the market) can't see a satellite or get a lock? Nothing in the logcat has anything in the way of errors, and the messages from gpsone_daemon bring up hits in the spectrum forum about CM10.1 and GPS not playing nice.
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Well, the GPS appears to not be working. So let's try what worked for the rear camera again. Could someone rip from a stock ICS ROM the following files, if they exist:

[HIGH]
adb pull /system/lib/hw/gps.msm8660.so .
adb pull /system/lib/libgps.so .
adb pull /system/lib/libgpsone_bit_api.so .
adb pull /system/etc/gps.conf .
adb pull /system/bin/gpsone_daemon .
[/HIGH]

Thank you all for your help! A preliminary CWM flashable ROM zip, for those dying to have it, should be ready for initial testing in a day or two. It may be a few weeks still before we get a stable, release quality ROM.
Is there anyone out there still running Gingerbread (yes, the rom it comes with!) on their Lucid that can pull the GPS files mentioned in this post? TDM's fix on the spectrum worked in the same way.

EDIT:
A clean wipe AND a "reset GPS state" seemed to make the GPS start seeing satellites again with the ICS gps binaries.

Test ROM could be up by tomorrow barring any other issues. I'll put it out without a working front camera or wireless charging cover if people are willing to live without them.
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I have compiled a test kernel + ROM for the Lucid. This early build is meant for advanced users; anyone unfamiliar with the flashing/debugging process and its inherent risks probably should wait a week or two for more testing. This ROM is almost completely the work of the Quattrimus team, with patches to the kernel and ROM as required to make it work on the lucid.

This image will only work with the gingerbread bootloader and CWM, so if you are on ICS and are dying to test it, downgrade to 2.3.6 and install CWM using the instructions posted by wiisixtyfour. You should make a full backup of whatever you have through CWM in case I messed up the ROM package and it does not boot.

EDIT: I have heard of some people being directed to this ROM from the connect/viper forums. I have not tested it on these phones and make no guarantees of it working at all. Any bricks caused by loading this test ROM, especially on another phone, shall not be mine nor any other developer's responsibility.

Link to flashable ZIP (if an error comes up, it's likely because Dropbox doesn't like everyone downloading it). You must do a clean wipe using CWM "wipe data/factory reset" before installing this version.

Credits go to Neph81, TDM, greg1001, chi_squared, Connorh333, the Quattrimus team, the CyanogenMod team, and many others that helped to get this port off the ground.

The matching google apps package (also flashable through CWM) is the same as Quattrimus. This is an Android 4.2.1 (Jelly Bean) build with a version 3.0.8 CM10.1 kernel.

What will not work:
  • Front camera
  • Wireless charging cover
  • Car dock or media dock (phone will still charge on the dock, but the LG "Car Home"/"Desk Home" app is not included in CM and the stock one FCed if ripped)
  • EDIT: There is a known issue when turning the phone on from a cold start with the AC charger plugged in, where the phone enters the "charger mode" with the screen off and will not boot normally without a battery pull. This issue is not specific to the lucid and afflicts more than a few ROMs. The workaround is to leave the phone on when charging. The issue does not occur when rebooting from the Android power menu with the charger plugged in.

What should work:
  • Boot and screen, touch locations should be correct, icons/text should have usable sizes
  • Send/receive calls, send/receive MMS, 2G/3G/4G
  • Wifi, Bluetooth, GPS (GPS may need to be reset using an app like "GPS Test" followed by ~5-10 minutes with clear view of sky with maps running and screen on)
  • Google apps
  • Rear camera and flash
  • AC/USB charger, battery % indicator, USB mass storage/ADB
  • SD card, internal storage (mounted on /storage/sdcard1 or /storage/internal, not sure which one)

What needs to be tested:
  • VPN
  • MHL/Micro USB to HDMI
  • Bluetooth headsets/keyboards
  • WiFi Direct
  • Tethering app
  • General stability (run your favorite benchmark/stress test a few times, or play action games for an hour or so)
  • Battery drain comparison to the stock ROM under equivalent usage

If you get a force close of something important, a logcat and dmesg would be helpful. For crashes/reboots/bootloops, use adb during the boot animation and pull "/proc/last_kmsg".

If the phone randomly hangs in a variety of places or regularly enters the "sleep of death", let me know and I'll post a standalone kernel with the clocks reduced back to the stock frequencies/voltages. This kernel runs the spectrum frequency set.

For advanced hackers, the patched kernel source is available; currently it is a few commits ahead of the kernel in the ROM linked above and may or may not be bootable at any given time.
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I am flashing now. I will share results.
Too be honest, I'm actually really excited haha
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I am flashing now. I will share results.
Too be honest, I'm actually really excited haha
Hey man, did everything go well for you? I've bricked my Lucid 3 times and don't want to do it again...but I would like to try this out and report back!
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To be honest,
Everything works great. Everything is smooth and it is overclocked. Also, I have tried many things like themechooser and they all work.
The only bad thing though is that in an Antutu Benchmark the external sd read/write speed was like a 68. The overall Benchmark was in the 5000s. On ICS i had like an 8000.
Overall this rom, even though it is a "first realease," is great.
Also for stcarlso
I got Gps to work for weather
Bluetooth works fine
and it is overall stable and buttery smooth.
Battery life is a little better so far.
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works well, everything that should work, does work. But one problem that is unrelated to the rom itself is that clockworkmod uses our internal SD card. and you cant use the usb mass storage in CWM to transfer something. the sdcard is mounted and visible via a root file explorer at /storage/sdcard1. so if you want to flash something after flashing CM 10, you will need to transfer it from your sd card to /storage/sdcard1
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Just flashed it, all booted well. I'm currently putting all my data back on via MyBackup Pro. Will report back once I've tested it some more Thanks all

EDIT: I am having only one issue. Every time I try to send an MMS, I get "Invalid Destination" Any fixes? Seems like a Verizon thing from what I've read.
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works well, everything that should work, does work. But one problem that is unrelated to the rom itself is that clockworkmod uses our internal SD card. and you cant use the usb mass storage in CWM to transfer something. the sdcard is mounted and visible via a root file explorer at /storage/sdcard1. so if you want to flash something after flashing CM 10, you will need to transfer it from your sd card to /storage/sdcard1
The CWM I have (flashed from ROM Manager) uses the external SD card for backup/restore, not the internal memory; perhaps mine is out of date. And at least for my lucid, the SD card is on /storage/sdcard0 and /sdcard, and the internal memory is at /storage/sdcard1. Are you sure that they are switched on your phone? EDIT: Can't read. I see what you mean.

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To be honest,
Everything works great. Everything is smooth and it is overclocked. Also, I have tried many things like themechooser and they all work.
The only bad thing though is that in an Antutu Benchmark the external sd read/write speed was like a 68. The overall Benchmark was in the 5000s. On ICS i had like an 8000.
Overall this rom, even though it is a "first realease," is great.
Also for stcarlso
I got Gps to work for weather
Bluetooth works fine
and it is overall stable and buttery smooth.
Battery life is a little better so far.


Interesting. I couldn't seem to reproduce your results - my Antutu was 8349 (and this is the first time I have ever run it, so I have no comparison to ICS/GB). For the external SD read/write speed - 68 means ~6.8 MB/second, which isn't half bad. I get 93 which is ~9.3 MB/second, and it varies per SD Card.

Keep in mind that Antutu used to mistakenly measure the internal memory in the "external sd card read/write speed" column on the stock ROM, which is significantly faster than many SD cards. The stock ROM mounted the internal memory on "/sdcard", which is what most benchmarks test, while this ROM puts the external memory on /sdcard and the internal memory on /storage/sdcard1 since the spectrum had no internal memory.
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yeah, I found my problem...
I had Force GPU rendering on while doing the benchmark.
Once I disabled it my score was somewhere in the 8000s.
Thanks for the great rom!
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Just flashed it, all booted well. I'm currently putting all my data back on via MyBackup Pro. Will report back once I've tested it some more Thanks all

EDIT: I am having only one issue. Every time I try to send an MMS, I get "Invalid Destination" Any fixes? Seems like a Verizon thing from what I've read.
I didn't seem to have this problem, and nobody else has reported it yet. Restoring data from a backup from stock to custom may have caused this issue. Could you try a "clear data" on the messaging app? Or dialing *228? If that doesn't work, could you try wiping and testing it before restoring your data?
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