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Denis 'GNUtoo' Carikli, 07/15/2020 10:43 AM
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h1. Porting Replicant to Android 10
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Active development has moved towards LineageOS 17 (based on Android 10).
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The basic features working on Replicant 9 have been confirmed to work on Replicant 10, but not everything has been tested yet on either version. Replicant 9 source code and build instruction have been kept to do regression tracking: [[DeprecatedPortingToAndroid9|Porting Replicant to Android 9]].
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h2. Building Replicant 10
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h3. Source code
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$ repo init -u https://git.replicant.us/replicant-next/manifest.git -b replicant-10-dev
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$ repo sync
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Alternatively a shallow copy of the source tree can be fetched in order to save on disk space:
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$ repo init -u https://git.replicant.us/replicant-next/manifest.git -b replicant-10-dev --depth=1
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$ repo sync -c
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To unshallow a specific module:
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$ cd path/to/module
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$ git fetch --unshallow <remote>
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h3. Build dependencies
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h4. For Trisquel 8
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<pre>
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sudo apt-get install bc bison build-essential bsdmainutils ccache curl flex g++-multilib gcc-multilib gettext git gnupg gperf imagemagick lib32ncurses5-dev lib32readline-dev lib32z1-dev liblz4-tool libncurses5-dev libsdl1.2-dev libssl-dev libwxgtk3.0-dev libxml2 libxml2-utils lzop python-mako pngcrush rsync schedtool squashfs-tools xsltproc zip zlib1g-dev
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sudo apt-get install gcc-5-arm-linux-gnueabi
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h3. Fixing the build environment
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h4. Allow system binaries for building
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By default, the Android 10 build system can only use the prebuilt binaries it ships.
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While having binary toolchains is better for reproducible builds, and that the binaries are free software, this creates a number of issues:
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* We need to be able to rebuild the binaries, and so far no one did it yet.
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* Binaries are way harder to trust than source code and not everyone trust Google.
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As GNU/Linux distribution's tools can be rebuilt and are easier to trust, we are using that for now.
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Setting the following envrionment variable allows to use your distribution tools:
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$ export TEMPORARY_DISABLE_PATH_RESTRICTIONS=true
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Note that setting this variable does not automatically make the build system use only system binaries: if a prebuilt binary exist, it will use it, if not, it will use your system binary.
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Lots of further effort must be put into transitioning to the system binaries and/or creating a scripts that would build all the required tools.
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h4. Mako (Python) for Mesa
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To avoid the following error:
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16:20:13 See https://android.googlesource.com/platform/build/+/master/Changes.md#PATH_Tools for more information.
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[  3% 2585/70375] build out/target/product/i9305/gen/STATIC_LIBRARIES/libmesa_nir_intermediates/nir/nir_builder_opcodes.h
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FAILED: out/target/product/i9305/gen/STATIC_LIBRARIES/libmesa_nir_intermediates/nir/nir_builder_opcodes.h
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/bin/bash -c "python external/mesa3d/src/compiler/nir/nir_builder_opcodes_h.py external/mesa3d/src/compiler/nir/nir_opcodes.py > out/target/product/i9305/gen/STATIC_LIBRARIES/libmesa_nir_intermediates/nir/nir_builder_opcodes.h"
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Traceback (most recent call last):
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  File "external/mesa3d/src/compiler/nir/nir_builder_opcodes_h.py", line 106, in <module>
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ImportError: No module named mako.template
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You need to run the following command:
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$ cd prebuilts/build-tools/path/linux-x86/
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$ rm python && ln -s /usr/bin/python python
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h4. Java heap space
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The Java heap size is automatically set according to the available system memory. On machines with 8 GB or less RAM, it is set to a value which is too low, and will result in the following error during the build:
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Exception in thread "main" java.lang.OutOfMemoryError: Java heap space
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The heap size can be "increased with an envirnoment variable":https://stackoverflow.com/a/60474592/1313087:
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$ export _JAVA_OPTIONS="-Xmx3g"
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h4. Reduce parallel jobs to avoid killed processes
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Increasing the Java heap space is not enough to get a successful build on machines with 8 GB or less RAM. It is also necessary to reduce the number of parallel jobs, to avoid processes from being killed due to lack of memory. This typically happens during the build of @frameworks/base@ components.
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For greater speed, you may let your build run with the defaults, wait for it to fail due to killed processes, and then relunch the build with:
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$ make -j1
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By default, "Ninja":https://ninja-build.org/manual.html, the underlaying build system for Android, used when you run @make bacon@, computes the number of parallel jobs according to the number of CPUs on your machine (typically #CPUs + 2 parallel jobs).
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h3. Launching the build
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$ source build/envsetup.sh
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$ make
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h3. Install the images
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h4. From scratch
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$ cd out/target/product/i9305
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$ sudo heimdall flash --BOOT boot.img --USERDATA userdata.img --SYSTEM system.img 
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h4. Update previous installation
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adb remount
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h3. Get adb
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As the device IDs are the ones given by the Linux kernel, they are not in the adb udev rules, so for now it requires to run adb as root:
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$ sudo adb kill-server
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So make sure to kill the adb-server and run it as root:
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h3. Boot progress
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You can also follow the boot progress with adb:
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Note that the device can go into suspend at any time, so adb might be interrupted. That looks like that:
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i9305:/ # [randomdev@fullyfreelaptop ]$                                                                                                     
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The effect with adb logcat is similar.
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h3. Getting the latest changes
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* The repositories are being constantly modified with @git push --force@ as we are trying things out, and don't want to make the commits history look too dirty, so be sure to backup your local changes.
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* Sometimes the manifest repository is also modified with @git push --force@. In that case the following commands will loose all the work you did locally but will make the repository consistent with upstream repositories again:
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$ rm -rf .repo/manifests .repo/manifests.git .repo/manifest.xml
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$ repo init -u https://git.replicant.us/replicant-next/manifest.git -b replicant-10-dev
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$ repo sync --force-sync
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h3. Build VM
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If you use Parabola, you may be interested in running Trisquel 8 in LXC.
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To do that first debootstrap a Trisquel 8 rootfs. 
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Parabola's debootstrap does support Trisquel 8 and its manual has an example on how to do that:
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Then you can use virt-manager to setup the LXC instance.
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The disadvantage of this solution are that:
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* you need to configure the Trisquel 8 LXC instance (vimrc, sshd_config, etc)
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* It's more complicated to setup
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* The Android build system outputs a warning message about not being able to use namespaces which may become mandatory in newer Android versions
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h2. Cleanups to be done
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h2. Upstreaming status
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* The stock bootloader is incompatible with Linux, see [[BootloadersIncompatibleWithLinux#Devices-with-the-Exynos-4412]] for more information. So we maintain patches to enable the Galaxy SIII, and Galaxy Note II to boot with the stock bootloader. In the long run we need to look into using u-boot in the kernel partition as using u-boot instead of the stock bootloader currently require nonfree and non-redistributable software (BL1).
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h2. Modem status
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*libsamsung-ipc:* 
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* Can initialize completely the modem and receive messages (see the #1954 bug report for the logs)
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* Needs more cleanup but there is now a better abstraction
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*libsamsung-ril:* 
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* Tested and validated under Replicant 6 (doesn't break telephony)
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* Implement the missing part to shut down the modem, close the interfaces and such, in order to need to reboot after each test.
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* Continue to clean up the libsamsung-ipc and libsamsung-ril patches, test the patches in Replicant 6 when applicable, and merge them in the upstream repositories.
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h2. TODO
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First month of full time equivalent work:
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| -21h- DONE | * -port the changes from AOSP9 to LineageOS 16-
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* -cleanup the code-
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* -build the kernel from the Android build system-
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* Boots with adb.
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* Has ultra slow graphics |
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| 14h | find, remove and document proprietary software in LineageOS 16 | |
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| 7h | -Add support for the touch keys driver in the  galaxy-s3 dts- | "applied":https://lists.infradead.org/pipermail/linux-arm-kernel/2019-November/694100.html |
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| 7h | -upstream the AAT1290 flash led Linux dts for the galaxy-s3 boards- | "Now in 5.3":https://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/torvalds/linux.git/commit/?h=v5.3&id=4e4dfcb2a425cccc6dd1fb7d46e060cd57999afc |
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| 7h | rebrand LineageOS as Replicant | |
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| 70h | -port and- cleanup the the Galaxy SIII (i9300) "modem":https://github.com/fourkbomb/linux/tree/modem Linux driver from 4.16 to 5.0| See the [[PortingToAndroid9/#Modem-status|modem status]] for more details |
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|_\3. Total: 147h (~1 month) |
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Second month of full time equivalent work:
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| * port  libsamsung-ril and libsamsung-ipc to Android 9
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* Make the modem driver and libsamsung-ipc work together | 157h | See the [[PortingToAndroid9/#Modem-status|modem status]] for more details |
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| -port the sensors libraries and other device specific libraries-
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| add support for Audio with the upstream kernel driver | 70h | Might be way faster, depending on what Android 9 uses
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| -add partial (no modem) support for the Galaxy SIII 4G (i9305) and- factorize the code with i9300 | 14h | * The source code on which the work was based changed from AOSP to an unofficial LineageOS port to a port of i9305 support for AOSP by Joonas to the official LineageOS so it's now supported by default
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| create a recovery | 21h | |
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| add internal WiFi support and validate the functionality | 6h | |
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| add external WiFi dongles support | 20h | External dongles support might be tricky |
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| -create new- update the install and upgrade instructions | -35h- | -Our current install instructions don't scale as we have one copy for each device.-
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-The instructions will need to be able to be modified and compiled on an FSDG compliant distribution.-
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| Estimate the amount of work to Reduce the attack surface | ? | |
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fn1. The generic instructions were tested at Install parties in Paris 
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h3. Devices support:
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h4. Easy, because it's similar enough to the Galaxy SIII (I9300)
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| GTA04 >= A4 | | TODO: a RIL needs to be written, userspace GPS support is missing, audio scenarios, etc |
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h2. Documentation
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See [[Replican6Changes]].
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See the [[Samsung-ipc]] page.
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h2. Other attempts
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| i9300 | "CustomROMs":https://github.com/CustomROMs/android_local_manifests_i9300 | * "March 3 2019 release":https://forum.xda-developers.com/galaxy-s3/development/rom-lineageos-16-0-t3875899 | |
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| I9100 | | "XDA":https://forum.xda-developers.com/galaxy-s2/development-derivatives/pie-i9100-t3850588 | |
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378 280 Joonas Kylmälä
h2. Known error messages that are safe to ignore
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* TestHarnessModeService: Failed to start Test Harness Mode; no implementation of PersistentDataBlockManagerInternal was bound
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* JniUtils: Could not load native library jni_latinimegoogle
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383 1 Denis 'GNUtoo' Carikli
h2. Links 
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* "Android build requirements - hardware and software":https://source.android.com/setup/build/requirements
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* "Why LineageOS Developers are building Android Go-optimized custom ROMs":https://www.xda-developers.com/android-go-old-android-8-1-oreo/
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* "Android Go recommended default values for propreties for optimization":https://android.googlesource.com/platform/build/+/master/target/product/go_defaults_common.mk
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* "Team InFusion i9300 optimized system.prop":https://github.com/team-infusion-developers/android_device_samsung_i9300/blob/lineage-16.0/system.prop#L23
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* "Hack to fix high CPU usage caused by logd":https://github.com/team-infusion-developers/android_device_samsung_smdk4412-common/commit/c66015514fc9779edfed2665f67e841f3620c71e
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* "Use low-end video codecs":https://github.com/team-infusion-developers/android_device_samsung_smdk4412-common/commit/adc919f04b981a4fe005fab2cf443596a22992b2
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* "Optimize ActivityManager cached apps":https://github.com/team-infusion-developers/android_device_samsung_smdk4412-common/commit/24bc62970d35eb5a7a257463e7dbfe873ceb5779
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* "Use 1Gb Dalvik config":https://github.com/team-infusion-developers/android_device_samsung_smdk4412-common/commit/8a7cebc5af772a2949420ac4a383f5f75236c65c