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I'd like to know the status too!
Qualcomm provides some drivers which can be usefull : https://developer.qualcomm.com/mobile-development/mobile-technologies/gaming-graphics-optimization-adreno/tools-and-resources
and we can also find qualcomm kernel source code from google (NDK)
Our tablet has an msm7227 (which is an armv6)
our tablet has a msm 7627
the development was stoped do to the lack of source files.
no, because you will not the bluetoth, wifi
on the las try that i did, we managed to make the gps/bt and sound to work, the only thing that was not working was the wifi
Ok, but for now having just qualcomm source code is not enough, to build a kernel and then a custom ROM?
I also saw snapdragon specs talking about chipset for WiFi, bluetooth...
Here we have an example :
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I can't edit my last post. But by using a search engine (such as Google...) You can find the missing picture! It's a snapdragon specs pdf, screen capture.
Ok You all work on the portage, but has anybody save the sources?
I was thinking just rebuild from qualcomm source code will provide good results.
(I try for example, to build kernel module in order to use a FTDI cable such as an ELM327 to connect to my car, and read gauge as Torque... which works with bluetooth on Android 2.3, and use the USB Google API since Android 3.0 for the Pro version.)
The project was to use the tablet as a car PC. I think, with all I already read, that this tablet will stay as is now.
Thank you for your answers.
we used the files from zte v9 to port the cm7 the the arnova, except the kernel which was not working so we ended using the stock arnova kernel, and adapting almost everything for the cm7, i spent around 100 hours on that.
you can try to build a kernel, the source files are on codeaurora
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