Huawei P10 Lite (huawei-warsaw)

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Huawei P10 Lite
P10 Lite with phosh on framebuffer
P10 Lite with phosh on framebuffer
Manufacturer Huawei
Name P10 Lite
Codename huawei-warsaw
Released 2017
Category testing
Original software Android 7.0 Nougat, EMUI 5.x (upgradable to Android 8.0 Oreo, EMUI 8.x)
Hardware
Chipset HiSilicon Kirin 658
CPU Octa-core (4x2.1 GHz Cortex-A53 & 4x1.7 GHz Cortex-A53)
GPU Mali-T830MP2
Display 1080x1920 IPS LCD
Storage 32 GB, microSD up to 256 GB
Memory 4 GB
Architecture aarch64
Features
USB Networking
Works
Flashing
Broken
Touchscreen
Works
Display
Works
WiFi
Xwayland
FDE
Mainline
Battery
3D Acceleration
Accelerometer
Audio
Bluetooth
Camera
GPS
Mobile data
SMS
Calls
USB OTG



Contributors

  • ignapk

Maintainer(s)

Users owning this device

How to enter flash mode

With power off, press power und volume-down at the same time, with the usb-cable plugged in.

How to flash

As Huawei changed the partition layout, there is no boot partition anymore. Instead there is a ramdisk and a seperate kernel partition. In order to create the correct images the following steps need to be done:

  1. Get mkbootimg and unpackbootimg i.e. from here
  2. You can extract the kernel-image and ramdisk from the created boot.img with unpackbootimg.
    $ # copy created boot image to current directory 
    $ cp ~/.local/var/pmbootstrap/chroot_rootfs_huawei-warsaw/boot/boot.img-huawei-warsaw .
    
    $ # extract the created boot.img
    $ mkdir pmos-boot-huawei-warsaw
    $ unpackbootimg -i boot.img-huawei-warsaw -o pmos-boot-huawei-warsaw/
    
    Use the extracted files in the following steps.
  3. Create ramdisk image:
    $ # create new ramdisk image with empty kernel (/dev/null) 
    $ ./android-unpackbootimg/mkbootimg.py --kernel /dev/null --ramdisk pmos-boot-huawei-warsaw/boot.img-huawei-warsaw-ramdisk.gz --cmdline 'buildvariant=user' --os_version 8.0.0 --os_patch_level 2018-06-05 -o pmos-warsaw.ramdisk.img
    
  4. Create kernel image:
    $ # kernel (with empty ramdisk via /dev/null):
    $ # make sure boot.img-huawei-warsaw-zImage is gzipped or do it manually before mkbootimg.py
    $ mkbootimg.py --kernel pmos-boot-huawei-warsaw/boot.img-huawei-warsaw-zImage.gz --ramdisk /dev/null --cmdline 'loglevel=4 coherent_pool=512K page_tracker=on slub_min_objects=12 unmovable_isolate1=2:192M,3:224M,4:256M printktimer=0xfff0a000,0x534,0x538 androidboot.selinux=enforcing buildvariant=user' --base 0x00478000 --kernel_offset 0x00008000 --ramdisk_offset 0x07b88000 --second_offset 0x00e88000 --tags_offset 0x07988000   --os_version 8.0.0 --os_patch_level 2018-12 --pagesize 2048 -o pmos-warsaw.kernel.img
    
  5. Flash ramdisk and kernel with fastboot:
    $ fastboot flash kernel pmos-warsaw.kernel.img 
    $ fastboot flash ramdisk pmos-warsaw.ramdisk.img
    
  6. Flash rootfs to sdcard to boot it

Additional Kernel Configuration

OASES

About

OASES stands for Open Adaptive Security Extensions. Its a Tradmark of Baidu and seems to have something todo with adaptive kernel live-patching. For now there were no disadvantages from disabling it.

Location in menu

-> Device Drivers
   -> Huawei Platform Drivers
      -> Huawei platform drivers support (HUAWEI_PLATFORM [=y]) 

In Order to compile the kernel OASES had to be disabled.

Additional Info

The display brightness can be set by writing a value between 0 and 9960 to /sys/class/leds/lcd_backlight0/brightness.

$ sudo -i
# echo 1024 > /sys/class/leds/lcd_backlight0/brightness

See also