where can i modify ro.kernel.android.gps ?

by Nio » Fri, 13 Mar 2009 18:02:02 GMT


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 hi all,
I can find that build.prop in the direction product/generic/system/
build, and there are some items like ro.build.id=TC3 etc. I want to
add my modification here but i see there is a note says
"#autogenerated by buildinfo.sh". So I wonder where can I modify the
string ro.kernel.android.gps refer to ?
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where can i modify ro.kernel.android.gps ?

by Jean-Baptiste Queru » Fri, 13 Mar 2009 20:58:17 GMT


 "ro" stands for read-only. Those can't be modified.

JBQ






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where can i modify ro.kernel.android.gps ?

by Nio » Sat, 14 Mar 2009 01:58:27 GMT


 hi there,
I can't find the property ro.kernel.android.gps,but i really wanna
modify it to comply to my code. Can any one tell me? I saw this in the
file build.prop,but it also says #autogenerated by buildinfo.sh. So i
wonder where is the proper place i can modify it?
Thanks.
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