Compile a kernel for msm7200

by Night Crawler » Thu, 15 Jul 2010 21:37:57 GMT


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 Hello everyone, after some google search and research, i arrived here.
I want to port a a linux kernel (android) for my x1 phone, i saw post
on the xda dev site and the guys there did it but is till buggy and
cannot be used every day. I want to get involved in this linux porting
- configure so if can anyone can give me some directions I'll be
grateful for any help offered!

10x and have a nice day

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