Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by theperfectpunk, Jan 14, 2012.
I had a chat with PlayfulGod, and he says that someone's working to fix it.
Anyone got an idea?
we are working on it but still no sucess still the touch wont work which is the biggest bug
and we have no idea what is causing that it is related to lib not kernel but we dont know which one
Me, sam and varun are on it....
Weirdo problems with A70..
what's the logcat showing?
if it works only we will know that logcat doesnt work or the device gets detected in DDMS OR ADB SHELL
I read in a forum at cyanogenmod abt porting that there were 3 tools that the developer keeps handy one was logcat and the other i am not able to remember. i tried searching the thread but all in vain
the dev there said similar things that usually lib files create troubles...
give the link of the thread .i will go through the entire thread if it has usefull info
you can easily dump the logcat by including the line logcat -> sdcard/dump.txt in the init.rc
that command is wrong, it should be:
logcat > /sdcard/dump.txt
also, it doesn't work...needs su permission
the cm7 port is already rooted
I know, just a matter of fact:
Can you run the command in your terminal emulator??
AFAIK, it won't work unless you do su first....
you'll get an empty file if you try the init.d way ( not even an empty file maybe)
it works in better terminal and android terminal emulator with su but with this command
logcat -f /sdcard/dump.txt
this may help,
Replacing Touchscreen driver in Android Kernel - Stack Overflow
try some commands in the init.d scripts and tell me if any work ..