Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by whoshotjr2006, Dec 8, 2015.
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Each version from aroma to pico has info.. Select your choice. I usually pick nano for Google search/voice
Decided to finally make a Q/A esque thread for the CM13 ask away there.
I hope this is of any help.
If not, please make a request and I'll delete it posthaste
I'm using it as my daily drover, so far so good. Waiting to see how it handles itself as a music player though once my Play Music library syncs.
So as far as building the kernel. I think most of the non booting issue lies in the X5 boardconfig. androidboot.selinux=permissive should not exist or set to enforcing. testing now
Got an error about "web portal login" (or something to that effect) force closing when trying to log into the WiFi network at Wendy's and accept the agreement that says I won't look at porn or pirate movies.
@Bad_MOFO_33 not to nag but without the source we can't be of help
I posted em page 3
Ran make clean && make clobber, rebuilding while I sleep
Yeesh I'm blind. Sorry and thanks! I know what I'm doing tomorrow.
Has anyone tried Viper4Android on this ROM yet?
I've used it on CM11 and 12 so it should work with CM13
Just throwing this out there (common theme of this thread lol) that this has a real chance to put us on the map for official cyanogenmod nightlies support when we kink out the bugs. This is a great feeling, we jumped on the bandwagon at exactly the right time to get this done to get one of our devs here as an official cm maintainer for our device.
edit: we are going to have to get quarx or nikita to add our kernel support stuff to their msm8226 kernel, and also decommonize the lights hal so we can build it specifically for the volt. also to add the "x5" tag to msm8226-common in certain places, there are a few more things but nothing major that would require too much work to get merged into cm repos.
That would be awesome! Just imagine being offically supported by Cyanogenmod! It seems like the Volt is starting to come out of hiding and starting to be relevant again in the development scene.
Official support would be nice. It would open the door for us to start porting other ROMs as well. Great job!
Exactly which bugs need to be squashed? We know data is working (for the most part at least, I've had two instances where I've had to reboot to get LTE to reset itself). Also, I was unable to send an MMS message, although I think that's fixable by changing a value in our APN settings. Bluetooth refuses to start, and a few other options in Settings aren't playing nicely. The ROM runs pretty damn smooth though, even with heavier apps installed. Well done!
Also, a little off topic, but has anyone figured out how to push apps to the SD card yet?
Okay all, so I ran the build myself (I was surprised to see that it only took 3 hours on my dual-core...) and flashed it to my spare Volt. Powers up fine, no boot signiture issues, but it just sits at the LG logo and the notification LED just cycles through all the various colors of the rainbow. @whoshotjr2006 @spock1104 @Bad_MOFO_33 what am I doing wrong?
The problem lies in the device trees, I uploaded my source after messing with some things that borked it. Running a build now, if all goes well I will re-upload the sources in about an hour or so.
I'll be on IRC freenode ##LG_VOLT for a while if anyone needs help or wants to brainstorm.
Yeah, I kept this in mind when making my commits, they should just be able to be pushed to Cyanogenmod as-is. Two problems though, we need to get @Bad_MOFO_33's changes cleaned up so they don't interfere with the other phones and we need to get NFC and the green camera fixed. CM won't take on source that isn't 100% working.
nfc may be able to work from some ls990 commits as it uses the same chip. but needs to be fixed kernel side also
What about lg l90? The led for home button should work
l90 is w7 device, which is what most of us are basing our device/vendor trees off of.
I'm probably going to sound like a noob here but why not push vendor,device tree, kernel and other files onto github?
i did a little work before i left a few hours ago making @Bad_MOFO_33 's changes to the device trees more localized in the volt repository. this means that a damn close to stock (adding references for the x5 to .mk files and removing the lights hal from being built in msm8226-common) should build just fine and be closer in line with what cm will want. attached is the device tree that i worked on from @Bad_MOFO_33.
the zip below has the modified files for msm8226_common, just remember to remove the liblight folder so it builds
and below is what changed in kernel msm8226
its just easier for some to zip up files and upload. this will all eventually be on github in time.
I see. Can't wait to compile this over the weekend.