Android OS Forum banner

1 - 20 of 30 Posts

·
Android Apprentice
Joined
·
27 Posts


(Updated 9/18)

CyanogenMod - Currently 60% - 70% done to a working port (Doesn't mean final)

What currently works:
Booting into Android
ADB commands via ADB
Touchscreen support (Multi-touch, 10 fingers)
Power, back/home and volume button layout
CPU/GPU Acceleration (Both cores are enabled)
Compass
Softkeys
Accelerometer
90% Complete Wifi
Near 100% Sound http://twitter.com/#!/dalingrin/status/115170225955143680

What does not currently work:
LED
Camera
Mag
Light Sensor

Whats currently being worked on:
PARTIALLY Bluetooth (Bluetooth powers on)
Power Management (Needs to be adapted to a supported android interface)
Vibration (Needs to be adapted to a supported android interface)

Tweet
dalingrin Erik Hardesty
Audio out is near 100% and it now works with both CPU cores enabled #CMTouchpad
Thanks from DarkRedFlame over at Touchdroid

Source
 

·
Android Beginner
Joined
·
20 Posts
Seems he has to touch items on the screen multiple times often to get them to register, is touchscreen support really 100%?
 

·
Android Beginner
Joined
·
4 Posts
Hello,
Sorry but my English is not very good.

Can you upload an update of system.tar.bz with the system like the video (
) ?
It's more than enough for me, although it still lacks the camera.

I'm looking forward to replace the TouchPad WebOS for Android!

Very thanks.
 

·
Android Apprentice
Joined
·
42 Posts
varao said:
Hello,
Sorry but my English is not very good.

Can you upload an update of system.tar.bz with the system like the video (
) ?
It's more than enough for me, although it still lacks the camera.

I'm looking forward to replace the TouchPad WebOS for Android!

Very thanks.
It hasn't been released
 

·
Android Apprentice
Joined
·
88 Posts
seems great. this android port is coming along very quickly.

though it seems the hardware acceleration is not fully implemented (angry birds was very sluggish in terms of framerate compared to the version released for the webos)

camera is not very useful ( I have a very old camera phone that takes better quality pictures in vga)

It would also be great if someone can bring the swipe to change apps to the android, (scared that so much pressing of the home button will wear out the home button)
 

·
Android Beginner
Joined
·
3 Posts
austriak said:
Even with one core disabled and only using half of another core, it looks pretty fast.
Please pardon my ignorance, but how do you know the Touchpad in the video using only half of one core? A further question - is there some sort of inherent difficulty in getting the full potential of a multi-core CPU to work with Android, or does such a CPU utilize its full potential "out of the box" so to say?
 

·
Android Beginner
Joined
·
9 Posts
Igor01 said:
Please pardon my ignorance, but how do you know the Touchpad in the video using only half of one core? A further question - is there some sort of inherent difficulty in getting the full potential of a multi-core CPU to work with Android, or does such a CPU utilize its full potential "out of the box" so to say?
The notes/comments to video on YouTube mentions it. Leave the inner details like OS scheduling to experts.
 

·
Android Apprentice
Joined
·
42 Posts
qaiserpk said:
The notes/comments to video on YouTube mentions it. Leave the inner details like OS scheduling to experts.
That is how it is, but not in the video shown.

In the video, the second core is disabled until the media-server bug is fixed. Source: Dalingrin's Twitter

"In case it wasn't clear the slow downs you see in the video are from having 1 CPU disabled and 50% of the other core hogged by an audio bug."
 

·
Android Lover
Joined
·
238 Posts
Igor01 said:
Please pardon my ignorance, but how do you know the Touchpad in the video using only half of one core? A further question - is there some sort of inherent difficulty in getting the full potential of a multi-core CPU to work with Android, or does such a CPU utilize its full potential "out of the box" so to say?
My knowledge is tied to my belief that the person who's working on it is telling the truth.

There's zero value for the team to give false information about this...
 

·
Average Android
Joined
·
157 Posts
EDIT:

Good to see credit where it's due.
 
1 - 20 of 30 Posts
Top