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  • d33
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    RK3188 Android 4.4.2 SDKs released

    That was old beta source


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  • r4jiv
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    link not working

    Originally posted by d33 View Post
    FINALLY - full ROM source. Not just the kernel.

    I'm downloading the kernel for A9 now, if anyone gets the system sources down can you re-host? I only get ~50 kbits/s from Chinese hosters.

    Aha! Someone has already re-hosted a couple:

    kernel_mk908_20131230.tar.gz

    rk3188_4.4.2_without_kernel_20131230.tar.gz
    I tried to download the files using the links you provided, but it is broken , can u provide any alternate link if you have , Thanks

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  • Sun_Storm
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    Great news

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  • Batfink32
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    Re: RK3188 Android 4.4.2 SDKs released

    Originally posted by z0mbie View Post
    xbmc goth dec 31st nightly works just fine on the 4.4.2 rom that was released. So does netflix, youtube and hbo go.
    Cool, I'll give the Dec 31st build a try then.

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  • z0mbie
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    Originally posted by Batfink32 View Post
    I don't really know why you would want KitKat on it.XBMC is broke with KitKat, there's no decent version for it yet.

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    xbmc goth dec 31st nightly works just fine on the 4.4.2 rom that was released. So does netflix, youtube and hbo go.

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  • reddragon72
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    Originally posted by Batfink32 View Post
    I don't really know why you would want KitKat on it.XBMC is broke with KitKat, there's no decent version for it yet.

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    Netflix in HD, because it's not all about XBMC.

    The other item is the speed. I have CM 11 on my phone and it is much quicker.

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  • biemster
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    Originally posted by NixZero View Post
    which kernel version is there?
    Code:
    $ head Makefile 
    VERSION = 3
    PATCHLEVEL = 0
    SUBLEVEL = 36
    EXTRAVERSION =
    NAME = Sneaky Weasel

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  • Scalle0479
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    Originally posted by menthe View Post
    Just for information, this could be interesting :

    http://www.cnx-software.com/2013/12/...-mk918-and-a9/

    Regards
    Wow, this means the Ugoos UT1 will get kitkat?

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  • Batfink32
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    Originally posted by openbeta View Post
    This means T-R42 / K-R42 gonna have kitkat soon ?
    I don't really know why you would want KitKat on it.XBMC is broke with KitKat, there's no decent version for it yet.

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  • NixZero
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    Originally posted by menthe View Post
    Yeah that should run fine on minix X7 (except for a few things), but the real interesting thing with this sdk is that we can start working on a pure aosp build :P
    which kernel version is there? and did they slip mali 400 sources or just the blob?
    Last edited by NixZero; 01-01-2014, 16:18. Reason: s

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  • menthe
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    Originally posted by darrellr View Post
    Full kernel sources are included in all, just the makefiles are different and perhaps a few tweaks (I haven't looked exhaustively).

    Important thing is that the AP6210 module (fw_RK901.bin) is selected in rk_wifi_config.c by a define in the autoconfig.h which sets the path to the wifi module firmware at boot. Should be dead simple to build with AP6630 selected (fw_RK903_ag.bin) instead for the T428 (and equivalents)

    Actually, as a cheat you may be able to just flash the MK908 KK firmware and then:

    1. make /system writable
    2. navigate to /system/etc/firmware
    3. rename "fw_RK901.bin" to "fw_rk901.old"
    4. rename "fw_rk903_ag.bin" to "fw_RK901.bin"
    5. rename "nvram_AP6210.txt" to "nvram_AP6210.old"
    6. rename "nvram_AP6330.txt" to "nvram_AP6210.txt"
    7. reboot.
    Yeah that should run fine on minix X7 (except for a few things), but the real interesting thing with this sdk is that we can start working on a pure aosp build :P

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  • d33
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    Full kernel sources are included in all, just the makefiles are different and perhaps a few tweaks (I haven't looked exhaustively).

    Important thing is that the AP6210 module (fw_RK901.bin) is selected in rk_wifi_config.c by a define in the autoconfig.h which sets the path to the wifi module firmware at boot. Should be dead simple to build with AP6630 selected (fw_RK903_ag.bin) instead for the T428 (and equivalents)

    Actually, as a cheat you may be able to just flash the MK908 KK firmware and then:

    1. make /system writable
    2. navigate to /system/etc/firmware
    3. rename "fw_RK901.bin" to "fw_rk901.old"
    4. rename "fw_rk903_ag.bin" to "fw_RK901.bin"
    5. rename "nvram_AP6210.txt" to "nvram_AP6210.old"
    6. rename "nvram_AP6330.txt" to "nvram_AP6210.txt"
    7. reboot.
    Last edited by d33; 01-01-2014, 14:28.

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  • d33
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    FINALLY - full ROM source. Not just the kernel.

    I'm downloading the kernel for A9 now, if anyone gets the system sources down can you re-host? I only get ~50 kbits/s from Chinese hosters.

    Aha! Someone has already re-hosted a couple:

    kernel_mk908_20131230.tar.gz

    rk3188_4.4.2_without_kernel_20131230.tar.gz
    Last edited by d33; 01-01-2014, 13:33.

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  • openbeta
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    This means T-R42 / K-R42 gonna have kitkat soon ?

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  • menthe
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    Originally posted by lewy20041 View Post
    I downloaded Mk908 and MK918 SDK.
    Nice they shared it.
    Something to look into in New Year
    Maybe that is a good start to a pure AOSP kitkat build on rk3188

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