Author Topic: LordDavon's S192 Hackware (Beta 0.53)  (Read 28229 times)

danny.69

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Re: LordDavon's S192 Hackware (Beta 0.53)
« Reply #140 on: June 18, 2018, 12:50:54 pm »
I have spoken with the developer of the rom of the xiaomi my pad, and he has answered me that it is not necessary to ortho bootloader, which uses the same as kitkat.
here your message:


That's not how it works. Bootloader has nothing to do with the Android version. The Mi Pad uses the stock 4.4 bootloader to boot all the OSes upto Oreo.
It is not enough that your device has a Tegra K1. There are many device specific changes in the kernel and userspace that would need accounting for. You could use our work and the Nvidia Shield Tablet's work as a reference, but a lot of work would need to be done from scratch. I recommend you do intense research if you plan on doing anything about it.

Vygor

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Re: LordDavon's S192 Hackware (Beta 0.53)
« Reply #141 on: September 15, 2018, 03:56:33 am »
Thank you very much Lord Davon!  My device stopped working properly so i flashed your rom and now it works better than ever so thanks so much!

souzafl

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Re: LordDavon's S192 Hackware (Beta 0.53)
« Reply #142 on: October 21, 2018, 10:43:50 pm »

friends this version provided by LordDavon, is for the S192k with RK3288 processor, 64GB / 4GB ram?

skelton

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Re: LordDavon's S192 Hackware (Beta 0.53)
« Reply #143 on: October 22, 2018, 09:02:21 am »

friends this version provided by LordDavon, is for the S192k with RK3288 processor, 64GB / 4GB ram?

no, it's for the tegra k1 version.
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LordDavon (OP)

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Re: LordDavon's S192 Hackware (Beta 0.53)
« Reply #144 on: October 29, 2018, 08:54:23 pm »
no, it's for the tegra k1 version.

Thank you for keeping an eye on this.  I've not been very active as of late.  Just too busy trying to keep my business afloat.  My computer crashed pretty hard too.

It was sad watching an Intel i7-4790K and ASRock Extreme6/ac kill each other.  I ended up replacing it with a Ryzen 2700X and Gigabyte Aorus, which worked out pretty well, but required new RAM also -- RAM is so friggin expensive right now.

Anyway, thank you for having my back.