I am needing to make a kernel for a certain device. There aren't any source codes available for that device but there are for multiple clones out there. I am running Linux Mint Debian edition and i cant find a guide for compiling a kernel on debian.
I am trying to compile a kernel for LGE-P690 from CM ICS source but i don't have the device in my hand i searched all over the net for vendor files but i was unsuccessful in finding vendor files for ics but i found one for gingerbread so is there anyway i could perform ./extract-files.sh without device or can i convert gingerbread vendor files to ics if so how elaborate.
Code: make: /home/dm47021/Android/toolchains/arm-unknown-linux-gnueabi-linaro_4.8.2-2013.08/bin/arm-unknown-linux-gnueabi-gcc: Command not found /bin/bash: /scripts/gcc-version.sh: No such file or directory
I have just donwload the source code of the Android default Launcher here: http://android.git.kernel.org/?p=platform/packages/apps/Launcher.git;... But when I import the project, i can't compile it because there is a lot of errors. Many of this are unresolved name, package, class and variables... why? what is the problem? How can I solve it?
I wanted to run a helloworld application with the AOSP and see it in emulator. [ Not through Android SDK setup] I followed the steps in http://source .android .com/source/download.html and compiled successfully the full code from / directory. I could see contacts.apk, camera.apk all applications apk in ~/mydroid/out/target /product /generic/system/app. tried two things. Went to /package/apps folder. Took a helloworld application( helloworld folder which was created in android-sdk), and copied a 'Android.mk' file from Launcher2 folder, kept my new name for application 'LOCAL_ PACKAGE_NAME := helloworld' and placed the folder in packages/app folder and compiled at /. I couldnt see .apk file created for helloworld in ~/mydroid/out/ target/product/ generic /system/app. 2 - I went to Launcher2 folde /package/apps/Launcher2. I changed the package name for Launcher2 in packages/app folder in 'Android,mk' file and compiled at root. I couldnt see a new apk created on the new packaged name( i gave) under ~/mydroid/out/target/product/generic/system/app. I tried several times with changes in activity names, application names in manifest.xml file. Nothing reflects. But it is sure, both helloworld, and change in package name is getting picked up while compiling. I could see intermediate classes getting created. ~/mydroid/out/target/common/ obj/APPS/manifirst_i ntermediates/src/com/ android/mani --> manifirst is like a helloworld which i created and run. ~/mydroid/out/ target/common/obj /APPS /Launcher2_intermediates /src/com/ android/launcher Could anyone please share the steps of compiling a simple Helloworld program in AOSP
I followed evilisto's guide to make honeycomb style lockscreen.I could get the framework layout working, but since I didn't know how to get java source code for my device, so I just decompiled framework2.jar and modified MultiWaveView.smali(since framework.jar doesn't have this file, I had to decompile framework2.jar), compiled and odexed it.But the radious of chevron is too big and animation speed didn't change.What should I modify to change animation speed and radious of chevron?
I changed the values to extremely high value, but it seems framework2.jar and odex doesn't work for lockscreen chevron at all..
I'd like to download the android kernel completely. Can I know from where I can get the site to install the android kernel and also the complete source code of the emulator. Also from where can I get the patches of the git?
when I compile android (http://source.android.com/download) it does not compile some source files. For example there is external/bluetooth/bluez/sbc/sbc.c which is not compiled. There are also other such files.
It's possible those files need not to be compiled. Or it might be that I need some special configuration to compile them.
Either way, if it is possible, I'd like to compile them. Is there some way to do it? Maybe some "compile_all" make target? (I believe the reason why I want to compile all source files is not important)
I wanted to run a helloworld application with the AOSP and see it in emulator.[ Not through Android SDK setup]I followed the steps in http://source .android.com/source/download.html and compiled successfully the full code from / directory.I could see contacts.apk, camera.apk all applications apk in ~/ mydroid /out /target/product/generic/system/app. tried two things.1 - Went to /package/apps folder. Took a helloworld application( helloworld folder which was created in android-sdk), and copied a 'Android.mk' file from Launcher2 folder, kept my new name for application and placed the folder in packages/app folder and compiled at /. I couldnt see .apk file created for ~/mydroid/out/target/product/generic/system/app.2 - I changed the package name for Launcher2 in packages/app folder in 'Android,mk' file and compiled at root. I couldnt see a new apk created on the new packaged name under ~/mydroid/out/target/product/generic/system/app. tried several times with changes in activity names, application names in manifest.xml file. Nothing reflects.But it is sure, both helloworld, and change in package name is getting picked up while compiling. I could see intermediate classes getting created. ~/mydroid/out/target/common/obj/APPS/manifirst _intermediates/src/com /android/mani --> manifirst is like a helloworld which i created and run.~/mydroid/out/ target/common /obj /APPS /Launcher2 _ intermediates /src/ com/android/ launcher Could anyone please share the steps of compiling a simple Helloworld program in AOSP?
what is the most simple way to get the latest version of TextSecure installed on my Android Phone?
My solution was creating something using the sourcecode found here: [URL] But the question is, how can I get it working. I've tried multiple things, but it seems like it isn't as easy as I thought. Currently I am on Windows 8. My phone is an Xperia S without GAPPS flashed, so no Play Store. Only F-Droid with FOSS.
I am looking for the hp slate 21 open source kernel. I want to modify the kernel image to change the power_start from 0 to 1 so the tablet can boot when the tablet is plugged. How to do it or has the open source kernel that would be great.how to unpack the zImage kernel for the hp slate 21.
Is there any way (or what is the best way) to visualize what specific files within a kernel source are inter-related, what files take priority over others, etc? For example, I want to trace from top to bottom the related kernel source files & actions that would be triggered by insertion into a headphone jack, and dig through the code as much as I'm able and try narrowing down the source of a problem. I can (and have) poked around in github, and understand how to compile the kernel, but don't quite have a grasp of the hierarchy of files, drivers, etc. within the source.
If there isn't a way to 'map' out a specific kernel source, any generic flowchart or 'map' created in general for visualizing the inter-relationships of source files within android kernels?
How to compile a kernel, pack into a boot.img, edit a ramdisk, etc., within the last few weeks, but this is a major roadblock in my understanding of kernel source code.