i9100

General

Device name

Samsung Galaxy S2 International

Code name

i9100

Image maintainer(s)

Max Wällstedt

Testers

link to your Launchpad profile please

Update interval / last update

Updates when necessary / 2013-10-21


Unlocking instructions

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Install instructions

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2188621

Code/Image

Github (Code) / goo.im (Image)

State of things

Legend

State

Explanation

Perfect

Everything works, all patches included in Ubuntu proper

Working

Works, minor issues only, some patches pending

W-I-P

Work in progress

Blocked/Broken

Severely broken, unusable or progress is blocked

Unknown

Unknown


What

Status/Comments

Graphics

Font corruption fixed by reverting to r3p0 mali drivers

Boot process

Rotation

Cellular Radio

3G is working, but calls/SMS are not

Wireless network

Wi-Fi fixed by inserting Wi-Fi module

Sound

Works, but volume can't be changed

Touch

Camera

Video Decode

Videos can be played

Suspend/Resume

Other

Installation

1. install CyanogenMod 10.1 on your device (if not already installed)

2. wipe data/factory reset (Make backup first)

3. flash saucy-preinstalled-armel-i9100.zip

4. flash saucy-preinstalled-phablet-armhf.zip

5. reboot

6. (optinal) Enable 3G data (link)

(for more details, see the XDA thread)

http://goo.im/devs/MaxWallstedt/ubuntu-touch-i9100/

Known issues

Calls/SMS

The image

How to build it

   1 $ cd <project root>
   2 $ repo init -u git://phablet.ubuntu.com/CyanogenMod/android.git -b phablet-saucy
   3 
  • Create file <project root>/.repo/local_manifests/i9100.xml with the following contents:

   1 <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
   2 <manifest>
   3   <project name="UbuntuTouch-smdk4210/android_device_samsung_i9100" path="device/samsung/i9100" remote="github" />
   4   <project name="UbuntuTouch-smdk4210/android_device_samsung_galaxys2-common" path="device/samsung/galaxys2-common" remote="github" />
   5   <project name="UbuntuTouch-smdk4210/android_kernel_samsung_smdk4412" path="kernel/samsung/smdk4412" remote="github" />
   6   <project name="UbuntuTouch-smdk4210/android_hardware_samsung" path="hardware/samsung" remote="github" />
   7   <project name="UbuntuTouch-smdk4210/proprietary_vendor_samsung" path="vendor/samsung" remote="github" />
   8 </manifest>
   9 
  • Run:

   1 $ repo sync
   2 $ . build/envsetup.sh
   3 $ brunch i9100
   4 

Now your flashable .zip file should be in <project root>/out/target/product/i9100/cm-10.1-********-UNOFFICIAL-i9100.zip

To update your working tree, run the following commands:

   1 $ repo sync
   2 $ . build/envsetup.sh
   3 $ brunch i9100
   4 

You should now have a new flashable .zip file <project root>/out/target/product/i9100/cm-10.1-********-UNOFFICIAL-i9100.zip. You might want to run 'make clean' or 'make clobber' before 'brunch i9100' to be certain that each change gets compiled.

Redistributability

Are all parts of the image freely redistributable?

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State

Explanation

Perfect

Redistributable, we're all happy

Maybe problematic

Might be redistributable, some open questions (comment)

Problematic

Not redistributable at all

Unknown

Unknown


Component name

Link to it

License (link or name)

Status / Comment'

Development setup

Enabling developer mode as per the basic instructions will not work as it performs an apt-get upgrade, leading to a blank screen when you reboot. Instead, you need to enable developer mode manually. Before you begin, ensure that you are connected to a network and that you have installed the SDK on your PC.

  1. On the phone, open the Terminal app
  2. Execute the following commands (the password is phablet)

   1 $ sudo apt-get update
   2 $ sudo apt-get install openssh-server
   3 $ sudo reboot
   4 
  1. On your PC, set up your android-51.rules files so that adb can access your phone.

  2. Open Qt Creator on your PC and click on the Devices tab on the left. Qt Creator should already have detected the device and will attempt to install the public keys on the device. You can see this by clicking on the Log tab at the bottom of this screen.

qtcreator1.png

  1. If it has not done this, try reconnecting or click on the Advanced tab use the buttons there to establish the public key and port forwarding.

qtcreator2.png

  1. When you now create a QML project, press Ctrl+F12 and it will deploy the application to the device.

Touch/Devices/i9100 (last edited 2013-10-21 15:36:25 by max-wallstedt)