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[DEV] Continuing Triumph ICS Development

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by mantera, Jan 23, 2012.

  1. bradhoschar

    bradhoschar Well-Known Member

    Been gone a couple days, and came back, built ICS, and it looks great!!!
    Big ups to all the dev's!!!!!!!!!

    Is there a way to get the gapps for ICS on here...I used the one from 20111128 and "setup wizard has crashed"


    I googled it and don't know which witch is which...:eek:
     



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  2. sharpe351

    sharpe351 Well-Known Member

    the other question would be, when its ready, who will start that thread?

    Great work guys. Really looking forward to this.
     
  3. marc12868

    marc12868 Android Expert

    It looks like this is the newest one: Goo-inside.me Downloads - Downloading gapps_ics_4.0.3_v11.zip. It was updated yesterday and that is the most recent one.
     
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  4. bradhoschar

    bradhoschar Well-Known Member

  5. konspiracy

    konspiracy Android Enthusiast

    Probably whyzor or mantera since they already have tg reloaded.
    They pushed it this far so they deserve the credit. I mean they teach me stuff constantly. Im surprised with all the PM's they get from me they haven't told me to shov it.
    I really respect them for that. :D :eek:
     
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  6. progmanos

    progmanos Member

  7. lowlow5683

    lowlow5683 Well-Known Member

    so is this gonna be CM9 or or ICS stock rom
     
  8. progmanos

    progmanos Member

    Yes. It works. If you already have the ROM loaded, you can test it by simply pushing the *.kl files in device/motorola/triumph/keylayout to system/usr/keylayout
     
  9. mantera

    mantera Android Expert
    Thread Starter

    pushed up the fix for wired headseat and also the Home key fix. Removed the navigation bar again.
     
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  10. lowlow5683

    lowlow5683 Well-Known Member

    I know its close i can feel my sweet tooth aching right now l:eek:
     
  11. lowlow5683

    lowlow5683 Well-Known Member

    OMG cant take it :p
     
  12. lowlow5683

    lowlow5683 Well-Known Member

    Great job guys for sticking this through i know i didnt have anything to do with building this but u can count on me for being all yours out there number one fan
     
  13. mantera

    mantera Android Expert
    Thread Starter

    The issue was that the Generic.kl file wasn't being copied over during the build. I just had to change the mk to copy the file properly.
     
  14. Whyzor

    Whyzor Android Expert

    I think once we have either 3G or wifi data working then it's ready to be published in binary format (very alpha still). I'm not against others publishing their own binaries at that point as long as credit is given to everyone who helped out. The OV devs have something similar going with the IHO source (I think even Republic Wireless leeched off the source for their official Optimus One phone). More people involved also generates fixes and ideas quicker (also spreads the burden of answering support questions ;))
     
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  15. progmanos

    progmanos Member

    Interesting. My build (without the modifications I mentioned) had the file. The file frameworks/base/data/keyboards/Generic.kl also maps the Home key incorrectly. It has key 102 MOVE_HOME instead of key 102 HOME WAKE.

    We should be using Generic.kl from devices/motorola/triumph/keylayouts.

    Under Keylayouts in device/motorola/triumph/device_triumph.mk do the following
    add a \ to the end of the last line in the section.

    Then add the following line:
    device/motorola/triumph/keylayout/Generic.kl:system/usr/keylayout/Generic.kl
     
  16. progmanos

    progmanos Member

    Update: I just rebuilt the ROM with my changes. I can affirm that my fixes work.
     
  17. mantera

    mantera Android Expert
    Thread Starter

    Right, it had a generic original copy of the file and NOT the one that we made changes to which were in our device files folders.

    The commit has already been done:

    https://github.com/mantera/android_...mmit/c7d3ab5240f5f33bb93ebfc887187145659839f9

    Edit: and I listed credit for you in post 3.
     
  18. PerkinsII

    PerkinsII Android Enthusiast

    Not trying to nitpick but it's two capital I's not 11 :p
     
  19. mantera

    mantera Android Expert
    Thread Starter

    LOL. fixed. :p
     
  20. PerkinsII

    PerkinsII Android Enthusiast

    When I tested fixing the wired headset I just edited the original and made a backup of it somewhere else. I was wondering could I just name it ex: wifi.java.old or would I have to get rid of it from the directory???
     
  21. mantera

    mantera Android Expert
    Thread Starter

    I've always just renamed it and left it in the same directory if I wanted a separate copy someplace. The only time you really have to worry about the copies is if you did a

    git reset --hard

    Then it'll wipe out the untracked files also.

    Or if you renamed it to something that is the same as a file that is being tracked, then when you do a repo sync, you might get a message saying that you have uncommited changes and cause the repo sync to fail.

    I don't know if it's best practice or anything of that sort, but most of the times, I just make the changes and then if it doesn't work out, I just revert to the last commit.

    I can never remember the exact command without looking it up, so I use this alias to make it easy on myself.

    alias gitrevert='git reset --hard && git clean -fdx'

    So I just type gitrevert and it wipes out everything and cleans out that particular repo of all untracked and changed files and puts everything back to HEAD.
     
  22. tickerguy

    tickerguy Android Enthusiast

    Are you guys still fighting over the RIL (radio comes up but no data?)?

    I was pointed at this over the phone and email the other day -- before I put in a big post on what's going on (and how to fix it) it wasn't clear if you were still having problems from the narrative here..... please advise.
     
  23. ziggy46

    ziggy46 Android Expert

    from what i know, yes. they are still fighting over the ril. :(

    p.s- hi tickerguy! :D
     
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  24. mantera

    mantera Android Expert
    Thread Starter

    Hi Tickerguy. Yeah, phone but no data still. Thanks for stopping by.
     
  25. marc12868

    marc12868 Android Expert

    Damn I feel like a fanboy right now lol its been so long :D.

    Ril data doesn't work and wifi doesn't work. I think those are the 2 big things that don't work in this right now.
     
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