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Inspectifier Wrectifier

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  1. The AVIC Development Mod

    Hey, da C-Dev site in the first post be out, for good, yo. New link: https://jenkins.adamoutler.com/job/Customize%20BSP/build?delay=0sec Permanent
  2. The AVIC Development Mod

    Yo dawg, what's da Android version? I see barrier=1, dat might be preventing write, but if dat filesystem be power-on write protected, u be in fo' problems. If I wuz u, I'd remove dat sdcard and 'tempt a manual decryption, den mount an write with a *nix box. After yous got write access, further testing will be required to determine if it's just temp write protect, boot write protect or perma write protect. Could be all three, yo!
  3. The AVIC Development Mod

    Yo dawgs, da CASUAL-Dev site keeps going down. I asked my boy Adam Outler to host it somewhere else and he just erected the web service "CustomizeBSP" over at jenkins.adamoutler.com. Da job is right here fo shizzle: https://jenkins.adamoutler.com/job/Customize%20BSP/
  4. The AVIC Development Mod

    It don't need to be created. A mod just needs to figure out what derailed this topic and split it into a new thread. The how-to would be a great place to split.
  5. The AVIC Development Mod

    This don't belong here. Someone needs to start a maps thread, a mod needs to prune this one, and link it to the first post. I subscribe to this thread to find out the latest in development, not to find out the status of maps in various people's units, yo.
  6. The AVIC Development Mod

    Dawg, what we need is a way to bring these bad mamajamas back to life when they get a case of the bricks. Ya'll know what happens when you set da snapshot BSP item, yo.
  7. The AVIC Development Mod

    yo, dat password is in da BSP yo. You can use the Customize BSP job o'er at C-Dev. https://jenkins.casual-dev.com/job/Customize%20BSP/build?delay=0sec To remove the password, use test key 3. It's a bit tricky tho. Yous best burn a new SD from one of the images floating 'round, yo.
  8. The AVIC Development Mod

    That's some whack shizzz, chmod 777 on some data files is excessive use of permissions. While it's not "important" in a closed system, as a matter of practice; Thou shall not create world writable files, yo.
  9. The AVIC Development Mod

    It's all good, yo. Bad bits from the manufacturer means variations in the size of the card. You just lost the last few bytes or megs.
  10. Upgrading NEX4000 to NEX4100 - Work in Progress

    You rooted? If so, what brand and what ALSAMixer app?
  11. Upgrading NEX4000 to NEX4100 - Work in Progress

    Dat sounds like an AA device-side volume issue. The unit ain't commanding d volume to raise up and touch the roof. Whatchawanna do is, on a rooted device, use ALSAMixer, find the proper volume, and raise it. There are about 100 volumes for Android, yo.
  12. The AVIC Development Mod

    I tried that, homie. It didn't work. The new value is called sys.pioneer.misc.smartphone_caution (they fixed that cation jive). I think the way forward is to snap a new snapshot, reenable Warp!, and then party on.
  13. The AVIC Development Mod

    Waddup dawgz? I made this Xposed module for Android that allows you to bypass that stupid OK screen on 8100 units. https://github.com/InspectifierWrectifier/AVICOkKillerXposedModule/tree/master/app The installation is complicated. Disable Warp! Install a custom launcher like Nova Launcher into /system/app Install the proper Android version of Xposed to /system/framework from XDA-Developers. Activate the module. Remove the launcher. This module activates when the OK window is created. When the system commands it to show, it parses the UI for the message, finds the button, then activates the onClick() method. It effectively presses the button before the message is shown. We need to figure out how to reactivate Warp with a custom system image, yo!
  14. Read this if your 8100 hangs on boot up

    Sounds like an improperly configured watchdog in the bootloader.
  15. The AVIC Development Mod

    New 8100/8000 firmware is available yo! http://www.pioneerelectronics.com/PUSA/Support/Downloads