Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 18th Jul 2014 09:12 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless

This is a guide to help you understand how you can port Sailfish OS to devices running the CyanogenMod flavour of Android.


By following this guide you can set up a Mer-core based Linux system that will run on an Android device, on top of the existing Android Hardware Adaptation kernel and drivers.

This is the official guide detailing how to port Sailfish OS to run on any Android device supported by CyanogenMod 10.x.

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Nice to have
by japh on Fri 18th Jul 2014 11:14 UTC
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Haven't had time to read through the document yet, so there might actually be something already but:

Something that would be nice to have here is some feedback from people who tried it out for different phones. Knowing things like:
Did the instruction work? Was it unclear in any places? Did it work for others with the same handset as me? Was it worth the effort?

That could help convince people to try it out if there is some assurance that others managed it before them.

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RE: Nice to have
by Thom_Holwerda on Fri 18th Jul 2014 11:15 in reply to "Nice to have"
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Well, hopefully, you can eventually just go to XDA and download ready-made builds. XDA members do and maintain stuff that's a hell of a lot more obscure than this, so I'm guessing that within a few weeks and months, we see builds appearing for popular devices.

Then again, that just may be wishful thinking.

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