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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by nizlovelots, Dec 24, 2012.

  1. nizlovelots

    Thread Starter

    lets not be mean to each other its not getting anyone anywhere . here are the facts as i see them. we have recovery it doesn't work the best. we have 2 roms that we do not understand how 2 make them work right. we mostly seem to treat one another like trash and we are pissing off all the devs who can help us.lets try to be nice be grateful and pool all are knowledge into a plan because i dont know about you guys but i think we should all work together.
     


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  2. omgbossis21

    omgbossis21 Android Enthusiast

    I thought the base rom was working fine. I debloated it and it seemed flawless. Losing cretinoid is going to greatly hinder us. Anyone know the sources of this lte2 recovery And rom? We need to follow that. If theirs problems with the base rom I will quickly debloat it and release it. I am goin to be working on cm10 but have never setup a device tree. Flashing a modem could at least be a bandaid for data, mAybe even wireless.
     
  3. omgbossis21

    omgbossis21 Android Enthusiast

    Also we need zeest to pickup where cretinoid left off trying other phones aboot files with the samehardware. That's the best bet for an unlocked bootloader. I'm concerned a fully functional jellybean may require kernel tweaks and we can't do that
     
  4. Xieon

    Xieon Well-Known Member

    I'm working on a place to start since I'm not good with the whole android platform, and deodexing, things like that, but I'll try to learn it fast and work out something.

    Seriously though. If you think someone is wrong, say why, and let them counter it. One person is right, one is wrong, or both are wrong, but it helps the whole community if we know who is wrong. There was once something said about how there can be 2000 ways of going about a problem wrong, until you find the 1 right solution, say how to turn on a lightbulb.

    What did you just learn? You just learned how to turn on a light bulb and 2000 ways how to not turn on a light bulb.

    Lets work together, this is supposed to be OPEN SOURCE people, team work for the greater good
     
  5. omgbossis21

    omgbossis21 Android Enthusiast

    Yes lets work togother at our strong points. If we have a experienced themes I will deodex the base rom again and perhaps it will work for you guys then.
     
  6. scary alien

    scary alien not really so scary
    Moderator

    You guys will do just fine :).

    FYI, quoting old posts and such from those that can't follow our Site Rules/Guidelines are a bit unproductive and off-topic.

    So, let's stay positive and not lament those that cause unnecessary distractions and drama here.

    Thanks!

    (P.S., thread title updated :))
     
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  7. omgbossis21

    omgbossis21 Android Enthusiast

    Anybody have a clue where the radio.img file is hiding? I tried pulling it from a few sources but no luck..... I hope its not hiding in the system image or something.....
     
  8. Shabbypenguin

    Shabbypenguin Extreme Android User

    why would you need radio.img? it will be on its own partition anyways
     
  9. Dieben

    Dieben Android Enthusiast

    Is there such a thing as an RIL Radio Interface Layer file/daemon that sits between the kernel and a radio image?
     
  10. PlayfulGod

    PlayfulGod Extreme Android User

    Exactly, very rarely is the radio.img flashed with a ROM. And in the case that I have seen it done, it was a 2 part flash.

    Flashing radios from other devices can be and is very dangerous for the novice and can result is a perma brick real easy. And you just cant use radios from random devices with a similar chip, they need to be from a variant of the same device like the SGS3 models, the lg 840 series, etc. Tho in most cases, the radios used are from the same device just from newer/older firmware versions.

    If you dont have a clue what you are doing, PLEASE, PLEASE put the time in to research it. ;)
     

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