I may post my build based on cyanogenmod later tonight once the gf goes to sleepProTekk said:I attempted to but it returned with "killall not found"
Yeah, I forgot to add that file in the build. I just pushed it with adb. OMJ is making some progress backporting EGL stuff from gingerbread into ICS to get EGL working, but I'm not really sure how much progress can be made on that side without new drivers. The next thing I was planning on looking at is actually getting audio working (since I just got libaudio-msm7x30 building but audio still doesn't work). Also, as a side note wifi should work with the build and kernel I posted earlier.The ts is working now w/ the kernel aeroevan posted.
I was just letting ppl know you need to add the file I posted. It's not in the rom.
If you want to disable systemui (which prevents the fc's) just use adb:Flashed the rom, and then the kernel. Booted fine, got to what I assume as the first setup screen, and then got the systemui not working messagecouldn't get it to go away. Is there supposed to be a little white circle on the screen that moves with wherever I'm touching? I'm not complaining, as I know this is still a WIP. I'm just happy to get to actually boot Ics up
I want to think everyone involved with getting Ics up and running on the ol' Dinc2. You guys are the best!
<br /> adb shell pm disable com.android.systemui<br />
What are you doing for EGL? It looks like you actually have 3d support without systemui FC's all the time?Add the file I posted to the rom, flash the rom then flash the kernel aeroevan posted and you'll have a fully working touchscreen.
Like 1.5 hours. But it's an i7 with 4gb of ram on a ssd.Rogan said:Aero, what kind of build times are you getting on your think pad?
I think you may still need to flash my v2 ics kernel to get wifi working. I don't think it got packaged in correctly, but I'm not sure.Sl4ck3r said:I was able to get the 2nd one to boot as well. Wiped data and cache. Same outcome. Overlapping UI elements, enabling wifi caused bootloop. Probably something thats already been fixed by the devs. I wouldnt know the first place to start.
Looks like I forgot to remove the broken media_profiles.xml again :/Here is a test build that (hopefully) has 3g working for everybody:
That build just has my stuff based off of CyanogenMod, so it may not have everything fixed that should be done. But it looks like those gapps posted in the OP work.
Currently some of the only things that do not work are sensors, camera, and blutooth.
<br /> adb remount<br /> adb shell rm /system/etc/media_profiles.xml<br />
I had gps in my build so it works, but I guess he didn't add it in yet. I'm working with him on IRC now, so the next build should have gps workingbtw I see that the Desire HD has a fully working GPS in their build... might be worth while to look at their code... similar chips if I remember correctly.
<br /> mount -t vfat /dev/block/mmcblk1p1 /mnt/sdcard<br />
This is more of a cm9 preview, since we're working off of cm9 and just trying to get it to work for the Incredible 2alright ill bite on this, im going to have to try this out finally. i do have a question, are you guys going to continue working on this after cm9 comes or is this to tide us over?
Ahh thanks. That makes it much more usable.ZephAndroid said:By checking force gpu in the dev options in setting, I have no issues or complaints(as far as lag or graphix). Great work folks.
Edit: and making sure animations are completely OFF, you won't have to hit the status bar to refresh runs wicked nice.