Yes. that's what you get when people don't understand what they're reading. Also, as an added bonus lottery, the next person to mention a device that isn't on topic (i.e., the Nitro and the LTE) gets permanently sent to my ignore list)
Ricardo, what do we need to change for CM9 to work on LU6200 ? I've tried booting it with stock LU6200 kernel but it didn't go. P930 firmwares work on our devices very well with some fixes. Thank you !
For those who got it to work. When I back up things seem to go fine. But when I reboot and try to see the backups from Rom Manager or from CWM nothing shows up... Not going to flash until I have a backup saved...
Hello,Ricardo Cerqueira,i''ve been trying to port your CM9 for 6200 users. i guess there's no major difference in hardware between lu6200 and p930 as we can flash p930's rom without problem before.the only significant difference seems to be in the flash layout. for example, on 6200, system is mounted from /dev/block/mmcblk026 while p930 is /dev/block/mmcblk027. i tried to edit init.qcom.rc in boot.img corresponding to 6200's flash layout but didn't succeed. still i'm not sure if it's due to incorrect repacking or anything else.would you please to give me some advice? thanks advance!
Hi,Ricardo.sorry to bother you again. i've downloaded the CM source from https://github.com/CyanogenMod/lge-kernel-iproj following your advice. then i installed the ARM cross compiler and made all configurations as required. afterwards i issued the make command, and i could see the compilation was under way. sadly there was no zImage produced under /arch/arm/boot/ directory when the compiling finished a few minutes later. looking forward to your valued advice!