So... I started working on ICS for work, and we happen to also use Freescale processors, so I figured I might as well crack out the old Shenzhen tablet and see if I could get it booting. The good news: I can, the bad news: I broke my touch screen in the process (specifically I tore the ribbon cable where it plugs in to the board
Here is a video of what I have so far. Note that it isn't much http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NPOLsNAr218
There is a high pitched squeel when the screen turns on. I believe that I have some frequency wrong in the board support, or the mode line is wrong somehow. If someone could provide me with the following since I don't have a touch screen and adb doesn't seem to want to start on either cupcake *or* ICS for me for some reason...
The output of /proc/kmsg - I'm curious about a few lines and I *had* the output but unfortunately, my text editor crashed (grr gnome3) before I saved the output.
The output of logcat would also be nice.
Anyway, I plan to keep people posted. As I mentioned in the other thread, this is using our internal GLES binaries, so I can't release it just yet. And really, until I snag the working one from our office (I tend to work from home); I can't particularly test it very well. Once I have it to a workable state, I intend on making more of the sources publicly available (they are actually on github already just in private repos.)