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{{Infobox device
| manufacturer = Alcatel
| name = OneTouch Pop 7S (P330X)
| codename = alcatel-pop7lte
| image = File:CHANGE_ME_TO_DEVICE_CODENAMEalcatel-pop7lte.jpg| imagecaption = No image yetAlcatel OneTouch Pop 7S
| releaseyear = 2014
| originalsoftware = Android 4.3 or 4.4.2 (KitKat)
| chipset = Qualcomm MSM8226 Snapdragon 400
| cpu = 4 cores up to 1.2 GHz Cortex-A7 (32bit)
| gpu = Qualcomm Adreno 306 GPU
| storage = 16/32 GB eMMC 4.5 flash memory, microSDXC slot (up to 64 GB)
| display = 1024×600 px, 7.0" in (17.78 cm) diagonal, WSVGA IPS LCD display (touchscreen: FocalTech FT5436)
| memory = 1 GB
| architecture = armv7
<!-- the following status_* questions should be answered with Y - yes, P - partial, N - no, or left blank (for untested or unknown) -->
| status_usbnet = Y <!-- USB networking does work? then put Y here and delete this comment -->| status_flashing = P <!-- Flashing with "pmbootstrap flasher" works? Put Y here. It works the same for everything coming below. -->| status_touch = P <!-- Touch screen is working? You can also answer these questions with P for partially. -->| status_screen = Y <!-- The display is working? -->| status_wifi = P <!-- Wireless network works? -->| status_xwayland = Y <!-- Showing X11 applications in a Wayland compositor (Weston, KWin, ...) works? -->
| status_fde = <!-- When installing with full disk encryption, can you type in the password with the on screen keyboard? -->
| status_mainline = N <!-- Instead of a Linux kernel fork, it is possible to run mainline. -->| status_battery = P <!-- Charging the battery with charging-sdl is possible -->| status_3d = N <!-- Hardware accelerated 3D graphics (e.g. with freedreno) -->| status_accel = N <!-- The sensor that measures proper acceleration works -->| status_audio = P <!-- Using the device's speakers/headphone jack works -->| status_bluetooth = P <!-- It's possible to pair and use other devices via the bluetooth protocol -->| status_camera = N <!-- Taking photos and videos works. -->| status_gps = N <!-- The Global Positioning System sensor works. -->| status_mobiledata = N <!-- Connecting to the Internet via cellular network. -->| status_sms = N <!-- Sending and receiving short messages works as intended. -->| status_calls = N <!-- Talking to other people over the cellular network. -->
| status = <!-- Text displayed in the "not booting" table on the Devices page , e.g "kernel compiles, doesn't boot" -->
| booting = no yes <!-- The device is booting at all, can be yes/no *IMPORTANT* -->
| pmoskernel = 3.4.0
== Maintainer(s) ==
* [[user:thejsa|thejsa]]
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== How to enter flash mode ==
I have as yet been '''unable to find a way to ''directly'' enter fastboot''' on this device, nor have I been able to find any hint of custom Android ROM / custom recovery development for this or info on sites like XDA-Developers.
However, one is able to reboot into the bootloader from a running Android system through ADB by running `adb reboot-bootloader` on one's host system.
== Installation ==
In theory you should be able to directly install onto the device, but due to the aforementioned difficulties getting into fastboot I have not tried this. All of my testing has been undertaken by installing onto an SD card (<code>pmbootstrap install --sdcard [device]</code>) and directly booting the kernel using <code>pmbootstrap flasher boot</code>.
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== Bootloader unlocking ==
I was able to unlock the bootloader on my device with a simple <code>fastboot oem unlock</code>, although I did not test if this works if the device is still carrier locked (in the UK, these devices were mainly sold cheaply -- and carrier locked -- by EE and O2; I was able to obtain a carrier unlock code for my device for under £1 from an eBay seller as EE is slow and charges £9 at time of writing).
== Touchscreen ==
The touchscreen in this device uses a FocalTech FT5436 controller - firmware is compiled into the kernel, is required for the driver to build, and is stored as <code>.i</code> files in the kernel tree in <code>drivers/input/touchscreen</code>. (I agree, this is yucky.)
tslib and libinput recognise the screen and tslib calibration seems to recognise touch inputs, but Weston does not (suspected driver issues?)
Touch input seems to work in xfce4, however (at least for moving the cursor), although incorrectly rotated (needs calibration).
== WiFi ==
WiFi firmware is packaged but the prima/pronto driver appears to be missing in Alcatel's kernel tree :-(
== See also ==
* {{MR|1072|pmaports}} Initial merge request
Link to related GitLab issues or merge requests like the following (replace CHANGEME with the ID, e.g. 1234):


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