Wiko Lenny 2 (wiko-lenny2)

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Wiko Lenny 2
It Works!
It Works!
Manufacturer Wiko
Name Lenny 2
Codename wiko-lenny2
Released Sept. 2015
Original software Android 5.1
postmarketOS kernel 3.10.72
Hardware
Chipset Mediatek mt6580
CPU Quad-core 1.3 GHz Cortex-A7
GPU Mali-400MP2
Display 480×854px, 5.0"
Storage 4GB
Memory 768MB
Architecture armv7
Unixbench Whet/Dhry score 477.6
Features
USB Networking
Works
Flashing
Partial
Touchscreen
Works
Display
Works
WiFi
Xwayland
Works
FDE
Mainline
Broken
Battery
3D Acceleration
Partial
Accelerometer
Audio
Broken
Bluetooth
Camera
Broken
GPS
Mobile data
SMS
Calls
USB OTG
Broken



Status

screen
has a working framebuffer, so it's possible to display stuff. No DRM as with a lot of older kernels, that means no phosh or sway, I guess.
audio
BADLY BROKEN, alsamixer or mpv seem to make the kernel crash. The phone reboots afterwards
maybe something non-alsa could work better?
wifi
the network interface don't appear in ifconfig.
battery reading
broken,
  • acpi tell the battery is fully empty.
  • upower --dump generates a segfault:
    (upower:1682): UPower-WARNING **: 11:58:54.107: Cannot connect to upowerd: Error calling StartServiceByName for org.freedesktop.UPower: Process org.freedesktop.UPower received signal 11
desktop environment
  • Mate seems to be the one who works best. Mostly because I doesn't die from the segfaults. It is missing the bottom banel though.
  • Weston works, but for some reason, it sometimes fails to start: sudo rc-service lightdm restart.
  • Plasma Mobile only shows a mouse cursor on a black background, with loads of segfaults.
  • Sway and Phosh require DRM support, so that's a no-go.
  • XFCE4 fails to start, for some reason.
  • i3 could be a possible alternative. Untested since the lack of external keyboard would make it useless.
games
  • chocolate doom works on software rendering

Mate and Chocolate Doom Mate, Midori and the Matchbox virtual keyboard

Contributors

Maintainer

afontain

Users owning this device


How to enter flash mode

First, boot phone into recovery mode. To do that, power on while pressing both the up button and the power button. When the logo appears, release the power button.

Once in the recovery mode, navigate to "reboot to bootloader" using the volume keys.
In my case, I had to validate pressing the power button twice, then the power up button.

Installation

The kernel and the initramfs can be flashed using pmbootstrap flasher flash_kernel. Flashing the rootfs require a workaround. I recommand flashing the rootfs to the userdata partition, as it is larger than system.

Mainlining

downstream kernel sources, for reference

https://www.wikogeek.com/index.php?telephone=LENNY2&region=EUROPE&version=%25


See also