Samsung Galaxy Ace II X (samsung-kylessopen)
The Samsung Galaxy Ace II X (GT-S7560M) is also sold as the Samsung Galaxy Trend (GT-S7560).
Users owning this device
Before installing, ensure that your host computer and your copy of pmbootstrap is fully up to date and that your system has been rebooted since it was last updated.
$ pmbootstrap pull
$ pmbootstrap init
Select "samsung-kylessopen" as the target device and select a graphical interface.
|none||SSH possible, but 'postmarketos loading...' stays around with distorted graphics pmaports#280||P|
|Hildon||Hildon ist not available for armv7 architecture.||N|
|i3wm||works, but as you have no hardware keyboard, you cannot use it yet (chance to get it work on touch only devices too)||N|
|Kodi||fails to install: dependency missing (maybe fixable)||N|
|MATE||works fine, suitable for dogfooding||Y|
|Phosh||SSH works, but does not show up after 5 minutes, if this kernel has no DRM-Support, Phosh won't work, (has to be checked)||P|
|Plasma Mobile||SSH works, but UI does not show up||P|
|Plasma Mobile Extras||installation does not work, rootfs not found (has to be checked, because it should work as good as plasma-mobile(?))||N|
|Shelli||SSH works, but has distorted graphics and the gestures do not work||P|
|Sway||SSH works, but no UI shows up||P|
|Weston||works fine, suitable for development||Y|
|XFCE4||works sometimes but I experienced some issues, reboots some time, maybe that's a known bug pmaports#248 and freezes at boot (maybe also known)pmaports#250||P|
|Matchbox||Matchbox once worked, but was removed from postmarketOS||N|
$ pmbootstrap install
Full disk encryption currently doesn't work on this device, so it should be turned off for now.
FlashingEnsure that the USB cable is disconnected, then hold down + for a few seconds as the system boots. This puts the device in flash mode. Once in this mode, enter
$ pmbootstrap flasher flash_rootfs
$ pmbootstrap flasher flash_kernel
Here is a list of tasks that are currently being worked on for this device, from highest priority to lowest.
|pmaports#278||The_Mainline_Kernel||Device isn't mainlined.|
|pmaports#242||Device reboots every 10 minutes.|
|pmaports#248||WiFi||No Wlan internet connection.|
|pmaports#249||Audio||Audio doesn't work.|
|pmaports#279||Device sometimes freezes while booting.|
|pmaports#250||Framebuffer||osk-sdl and charging-sdl don't work.|
|pmaports#281||Bluetooth||Bluetooth doesn't work.|
|pmaports#280||Distorted graphics before a window manager starts.|
|Battery||Y||Model No: EB425161LU, 3.8v, Li-ion 5.70Wh, 1500mAh|
|3 buttons (home)|
|3 buttons (vol+pow)|
|SIM Card Reader|
|MicroSD Card Reader|
|Atheros chip||Likely WiFi but no confirmation in sight. 600SG-CF18 \n PPCRII_OOIC \n 1217 TM|
|White mystery chunk||N||DMSP1115ASM-40, A3425B2, Contains rear speaker & AUX|
|CSR7828||Looks like a Qualcomm chip according to DDG, could be Bluetooth|
|eMMC||Y||Samsung KMJJS000WA-B409, 4GB rw, 768MB RAM|
|SoC||Qualcomm Snapdragon S1 MSM7227A|
|CPU||Y||(integrated into SoC) single-core ARM Cortex-A5 1GHz|
|GPU||Y||(integrated into SoC) singe-core Qualcomm Adreno 200 245MHz WVGA|
|Modem||(integrated into SoC) UMTS/MBMS/GSM, Multimedia Broadcast Multicast Service baseband support|
|DSP||(integrated into SoC) 350MHz Qualcomm Hexagon QDSP5 DSP|
|GPS||(integrated into SoC) gpsOne Gen 7 GPS module|
Bluetooth is likely an external chip: "Bluetooth 4.0 (external WCN2243); 802.11b/g/n (external AR6003/5, WCN1314)" WiFi is likely as well, but camera support is integrated.
According to some websites this device may also have an FM radio, an accelerometer, a proximity sensor and a compass. I haven't found or discovered those peripherals myself but I know the device has a vibrator which most websites fail to mention. It's not on the list because I haven't physically found it yet.