Building B2G OS for the ZTE Open C


#1

Hello,
you can now build full system images (and blobfree builds too) of B2G OS for the ZTE Open C FR and the ZTE Open C EU (Ebay).

You will require an Open C phone rooted using the official tool available from ZTE support page for the Open C [FR] for the FR variant, or the equivalent tool for the Open C EU.

To build, follow the usual steps, just use:

./config.sh openc-fr

to build for the FR variant, or

./config.sh openc-ebay

to build for the EU variant.

Happy testing/hacking!


(Lissyx) #2

Thanks for this!

I am happy to see that you have been able to complete this! Nice achievement!

BTW is this based on Jelly Bean or is this a KitKat basis?

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Bonstra

August 8

Hello,

you can now build full system images (and blobfree builds too) of B2G OS for the ZTE Open C FR and the ZTE Open C EU (Ebay).

You will require an Open C phone rooted using the official tool available from ZTE support page for the Open C [FR] for the FR variant, or the equivalent tool for the Open C EU.

To build, follow the usual steps, just use:

./config.sh openc-fr

to build for the FR variant, or

./config.sh openc-ebay

to build for the EU variant.

Happy testing/hacking!


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#3

It is based on Jelly Bean (stuff from CAF mostly).
I’m not sure what is the amount of changes required to port to a KK base. micgeri tried but changes in the kernel were blocking him.


(Sai Karthik Karra) #4

Thank you very much for doing this :slight_smile:


(Lapineige) #5

Thanks a lot @Bonstra !

Do you know if the buildbot has been updated ?


(Lapineige) #6

Well, I just tried to build with this new config (it avoid a lot of hacks, great :)) but for a strange reason… no openc-* configuration, even after a repo sync.

Any idea ? Thanks :slight_smile:

edit: even a repo sync --force-sync didn’t work. I created another folder and it works. Solved :slight_smile:


#7

I think a git pull inside your B2G folder would have updated the config.sh script. repo sync does not do that AFAIK.