Recently I need to port Android 4.3+ on an OMAP4 device.
However, I found that the latest TI official support for OMAP4 is Android 4.1, which requires Linux Kernel 3.0.x
As far as I know, TI has working on Android 4.3 for months, but all modification are made in source code related to other devices such as DRA7xxx EVM instead of OMAP4 (I saw the latest released is 6AJ.1.1, with kernel 3.8)
I'm looking for or wondering if High on Android is planning on releasing their kernel for t999uvlj4. I would've posted on the dev thread, but I don't have the proper privileges yet. I was just got so used to the little simple features that it offered for so long that I forgot it was a custom kernel and made the mistake of updating to the latest ota.
Say, I've noticed the 2.55Ghz Overclock Kernel has been essentially abandoned && no longer works on the latest update.. I've been looking into creating my own custom Kernel that apply's the same essential overclock but supports the latest updates (91~).
My question is if anyone either knows which partition the kernel is on, or how I can go about figuring that out.
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