User:Frost I7

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This user's main device is a OnePlus_5_(oneplus-cheeseburger).

Well, hello. Stuck in the army till the (end of the) April of the next year.

Where you can find me

  • Matrix << Chances are I won't be able to answer. Why is that? Encryption keys. When (and if) I join the room, please, resend the message(-s) you sent earlier if don't respond. I'll keep the session active for a few days after I join.
  • GitHub
  • GitLab
  • Steam Community << The easiest way to contact me. Just leave a comment under my profile stating what you need.


Device Notes
DEXP Ursus P410 (dexp-ursus-p410) Dead
HMD Global Nokia 6.1 (nokia-PL2) Unlocked - LOS 20
HMD Global Nokia 6 (nokia-ple) Locked - Stock
HomTom HT20 (homtom-ht20) Stock-ish
Huawei Honor 7 (huawei-aum) Unlocked - Stock
Huawei Y5 Lite (huawei-y5-lite) Locked - Stock
Microsoft Lumia 650 LTE (microsoft-saana) Unlocked - EDK2 and... Nothing else.
Nokia 6300 4G (nokia-leo) Stock
Nokia N8 (nokia-vasco) Delight v6.7
OnePlus 5 (oneplus-cheeseburger) LOS20/Windows 11
Oysters T72MR (oysters-t72mr) Dead-ish
Samsung Galaxy Note II (samsung-t03g) LOS 20/pmOS
Samsung Galaxy Note II (samsung-t03g) Stock
Tecno Pouvoir 4 (tecno-pouvoir-4) Unknown, probably locked

Info about my devices

Require a bit of repairs to do anything with them

  • DEXP Ursus P410: Completely dead. Unable to flash it, although it still appears in Device Manager (in Windows).
  • Huawei Y5 Lite: Needs a new battery, display and quick resoldering of a little capacitor.
  • Oysters T72MR: Half-dead. Needs a new battery. Any type of network doesn't seem to work on it.
  • Samsung Galaxy Note II (T03G): No display, charging PCB and speaker.
  • Tecno Pouvoir 4: Dead display.

It just works

  • HMD Global Nokia 6: A few scratches here and there, the display is not glued in properly and, well, slightly cracked touchscreen in the lower bottom part.
  • HMD Global Nokia 6.1: Scratched up. Flashed the mainline, simple framebuffer worked just fine, but I wasn't able to use USB (probably messed up something in the device tree) and Focaltech's touchscreen (I didn't know at the time that the another driver was compatible with it), so I'm not gonna push my DTS into the mainline as I'm quite sure that it is bad in many places. Downstream Kernel works just fine.
  • HomTom HT20: Dissolved the backplate... Quite literally... Used a bit too much acetone while cleaning it.
  • Huawei Honor 7C (AUM-L41). Slightly scratched up. Downstream Kernel works... fine, I guess? Needs to be reflashed via EDL (again...) for further work on it. (Why? I messed up partitions...)
  • Microsoft Lumia 650: One minor issue with the frame. Tried to compile the mainline, but... Nothing came out of it. (I'm not sure how to boot it via shell.)
  • Nokia N8: The overall condition is awful... But, it works, except for SIM slot being screwed.
  • OnePlus 5: 8GB/128GB. Cracked glass in back button's region. Awfully burned-in.
  • Samsung Galaxy Note II (T03G): Running: 6.1.8 (with slightly modified config), Phosh, CPU's at 1.7GHz, GPU's at 533MHz.
    • Overall condition: Restored to almost near-mint condition, with the main issue being the awfully burned-in screen (although I'm planning on getting another one, but for now this one will do) and me being lazy about attaching the NFC module.
    • Patches (Probably outdated and need to be rebased):
      • 0012-Exynos4412-Note2-Frq-up.patch
        • Changes: CPU frequency is increased up to 1.6GHz; Thermal maps are changed accordingly to reflect the change to CPU frequency.
      • 0013-Exynos4412-Note2-compilation.patch
        • Changes: Shortened model name; CPU frequency is increased up to 1.7GHz; GPU frequency is increased up to 533MHz; Thermal maps are changed accordingly to reflect the change to CPU frequency; OTG mode changed to Host.
    • Dock station: EDD-S20EWE

Abbreviations I might use:

  • T - Treble
  • DK - Downstream Kernel
  • DS - Downstream
  • MK - Mainline Kernel
  • ML - Mainline