General :: Building CyanogenMod 10.2 Kernel From AOSP 4.1.2?
Nov 11, 2013
I just got a Chinese phone, karbonn's titanium s5 (also known as cherry mobile skyfire 2.0) and want to build cyanogenmod 10.1/10.2 to this device. The problem is, there are no kernel sources released by company. Is it possible to make appropriate ramdisk changes without sources directly in boot.img?
<3>[ 154.264768] bcm4329: version magic '188.8.131.52-cyanogenmod-g1ad182f preempt mod_unload ARMv7 ' should be '184.108.40.206-cyanogenmod-g704f542 preempt mod_unload ARMv7 '
I've successfully built the samsung-kernel-crespo kernel from the cyanogenmod git. I unpacked a working ramdisk from a nightly and repacked it with my kernel, when i try to load the module i get the above error, The "extraversion" info that in the "about phone" tab in sittings is 220.127.116.11-cyanogenmod-g704f542, as well as the version of the modules. but for some reason the kernel is looking for that 'g1ad182f ' instead.
I loaded the module via fastboot boot boot.img and i didnt full on flash it to the phone. I backed up the working kernel module and put the new one in /system/lib/modules, rebooted the kernel and the wifi is still giving me an error.
If i try to manually insmod the module and it hangs, if i use modprobe then lsmod it says its "loading" but never loads.
the phone im working on is a nexus s if that matters.
recently I've been learning more and more about building AOSP builds since I'm not a huge fan of the bloated touchwiz rom's for the Stratosphere. I'm looking more for AOSP roms, like I had when I had the Evo.
1. I have all I need to build Android from source, I have the Android source, and I have sources from Samsung for the Stratosphere. This includes the kernel sources, and platform sources, how do I merge these two together?
2. Do I have to build a kernel when I build the rom, or do I build the kernel seperately?
I had done with Android ICS source compilation.It's working fine with emulator.
But when I start a build for real device Huawei Ascend G300 U8818.I get the following error.
make: *** No rule to make target `out/target/product/u8818/obj/STATIC_LIBRARIES/lib_driver_cmd_wext_intermediates/lib_driver_cmd_wext.a', needed by `out/target/product/u8818/obj/EXECUTABLES/wpa_supplicant_intermediates/LINKED/wpa_supplicant'. Stop.
I seek instructions for buiulding Android on the HTC Nexus. I have tried looking atthe OpenMoko ones, but could not find any useful guides. I have the Android SDK and Java JDK and this is it. All the guides on the Android site refer to installing Eclipse, which is for build Java apps so not a lot of use. Has anyone got some links? Please note that this is a question about building the kernel and the distribution around it. It is not about building applications for Android).
My company has recently received some new android hardware and has requested that I create a custom operating system for the device. The manufacturer has agreed to provide us with the existing android source, but I have a few questions to get started:
On the following link: [URL] .......
It states that I need to add lines similar to the below to my "51-android.rules" file:"
How do I determine the correct information to use for this process? Should I collect this information with the device connected to a windows PC?
Once connected, I would like to scrap their existing operating system and begin from AOSP source, what information from their original source should I retain (Kernel, bootloader, etc), and what information would I be required to remove to bring in AOSP?
But most seem to be specifying nexus devices, or devices which already have a strong developer backing, neither of which apply to this hardware.
I know in a Sense ROM you can replace the system/media/audio/ui/Volume-1 through Volume-7 sound files and was wondering if I can do something like this with a AOSP ROM like CM7. Is this possible at all? Even if I had to look into building my own CM7 from source I'd like to give it a try.
Currently I'm running SlimBean 4.2.2 on I9000, which probably stripped the stock keyboard off most languages.I came from CM10.1 in which gesture/word suggestion typing worked in all languages.I was wondering if it is possible to add additional languages manually? Or maybe take the complete android stock keyboard out of the CM zip file and install it in my ROM.
how to improve battery life on AOSP ROM. I tried other ics ROM for my phone, which had the best battery life ... Do you think I should decompile "boot.img" (from ROM, which has a good battery life) and move kernel into the boot.img on AOSP ROM? Or do you know how to improve battery life on AOSP ROM ?
Having issues setting custom wallpapers through an AOSP based ROM, I have found the solution. Upload the image(s) to any host. I simply use my G+ account. Access said site using your device (through the browser) and long press your chosen image until the menu comes up. Choose Set As Wallpaper and voila! A full size, non-cropped custom wallpaper on your phone/tablet.
I am loving my verizon galaxy s3 and i currently running a leak JB rom for it and like it but i miss AOSP i was on aokp and liked it allot but i hated how strong and long the haptic feedback is when pressing back and menu hardware keys as well as other keys that activate it.
i can control the power the the keyboard haptic feedback but cant figure out how to with the system stuff?
For some reason on my Nexus 5 running Liquidsmooth AOSP, I can not receive any GCM push notifications. My push notifications work fine on stock. This is happening for apps like instagram, twitter, snapchat, etc. It only appears to happen when my phone in deep sleep, when the screen is off for roughly 5+ minutes. I have tried PNF, different gapps, different kernels. Also on a clean install of course.
my other devices will connect, but with "Limited or no Connectivity" (Laptop and iPod Touch). I have a data plan and tethering access through my provider (Rogers in Canada). tethering has ceased to function, as stated above, I can enable and my devices can see the network, but they will never acquire internet access after connection, even though I have full signal and the phone itself has internet access
tethering was working on this ROM (but not the kernel) last week.I would post this in the ROM thread, but I'm unable to do so as I cannot post in the developer board until I have 10+ posts under my belt
I am working on building from aosp 4.4.2. I have built it with the pre-built kernel without any problems. Then, I managed to get a custom kernel code in place and it builds. Now the only thing left to do is the initramfs/ramdisk for the custom kernel I have in place. Currenlty my build will not boot. I suspect it is using the initramfs/ramdisk from aosp.
Any source files or files that handle the initramfs/ramdisk? I have found bits and pieces strewn throughout the source code but cannot pinpoint the indivitual files or the script/mk file that produces the ramdisk found in the out folder after my system finishes building.
I know I can change the initramfs/ramdisk manually by repacking the boot.img, but I would prefer everything be completed in the updatpackage.
I have an HTC one and I want to install a kernal which makes the htc logo a menu button. But I already have Cyanogen Mod installed. TeamSeven,Bulletproff, and elementalX all do not work! How I can get the HTc logo to be a menu button? with or without kernal. Don't give me programs that make you slide across or something like that.
I'm running a 4.3 aosp ROM and only flashed a very minimal gapps(only playstore loginframework play services and GMSCore ) . I can't access my quick setting tiles as the icon is missing from the notification pulldown and my lock screen doesn't work no matter what security I put. If I flash the full gapps they work. What dependencies am I missing?