[ztebladeopensource] Re: AOSP modifiications

  • From: József Király <fonix232@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: ztebladeopensource@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 23 Dec 2010 00:10:30 +0100

Yes Tom, I already know that :D But something stock, original would be
better (except if it's the same as yours).

2010/12/22 Tom Giordano <tomgiordano83@xxxxxxxxx>

> Fonix,
> The needed libsurfaceflinger changes are in my code (it is very simple). I
> will try to get something up on github today. I hope to have the ril code
> sorted out soon (I haven't had time to work on it this week).
> Tom.
> On 23/12/2010 9:02 AM, "József Király" <fonix232@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi there!
> First of all, I would be the so called fonix232 (thank you Robert for
> inviting and introducing me! Very much appreciated!).
> My first question would be: Could you please share the modifications to the
> original AOSP build?
> Before you think I'm crazy, I am not asking for the custom applications'
> source code! All I want is the list of modifications what should be applied
> to an AOSP branch to make it running on the ZTE Blade.
> This would include the framework changes to make RIL compatible, the
> modifications to libsurfaceflinger, or anything else what is needed to run
> AOSP on a Blade.
> I see great potential in the Blade, as even if it is made cheap, a low-cost
> device, it is still almost in the top category, and one of the most famous
> phones. It has great price, great potential, huge community, and if we,
> users, modders, developers work together with you, device manufacturers, we
> can create not just a perfect device, but the perfect system for it! Because
> I assure you, you did a perfect job on the Blade, but working together, and
> creating a community driven OS is what our goal should be.
> And also, do not forget, we work to improve the device too! We want more
> things to be available, like the recently built USB host support kernel, or
> the customized ROMs.
> So, I hope, you understand my point, and share the needed information, so
> we can create an AOSP build with only the most needed modifications!
> Thank you very much:
> fonix232

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