Some Audio discoverment!

I've been researching for a while for some Audio base, as tinyAlsa seems to be broken on Ice Cream Sandwich. As far as I've investigated, our device use kind of the same Audio it was used on Nexus S. It is not the same though, but Nexus S used on Gingerbread audio ALSA. Audio system is really easy on Nexus S sources, although I don't think it will be as easy on our phones.
Nexus S ICS source is open sourced, as it is nexus device. Here are the files it uses:

I'll try to implement this source on our littles Broadcom Galaxy devices, but I'm not sure it will work I'll still give a feedback out here!
Stay tuned for more news!

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  1. Good man, and how you can see, "BIEL WILL NOT STOP ON BROADCOM DEVELOPMENT"

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  2. I wish you all the best sir! :) I hope there's someone who could help out as well so it would be a lil' easy for ya ~ I'd help if I could.. but I'm an ultra noob so... XD anyways... good luck!!

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    1. haha I wish that too... We are only 3 at the moment

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  3. HI BIEL
    Great news
    Do not give up until you find a solution, try not to get angry from the views of some people
    Thank you, teachers
    Friend: MOHMMED

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    1. I will not, at least until audio is fixed!

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  4. Oye amigo. disculpa mi pregunta, pero no quiero sonar presionante, pero...¿seguiras trabajando con el Galaxy Young?

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  5. Excellent dude*)

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  6. First Thanks Bro You And Broadcomcm made the best we love you.
    I want to ask you biel how much compiling cm9/cm7/cm10.2 takes of time :D

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    1. Lot of it, but luckly less now with new PC

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  7. I hope you'll get cm9 galaxy y working properly.
    Good luck, you can do it and never give up! :)

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  8. I really appreciate ur hardwork.
    Thank you for all your efforts Biel. Keep up the amazing work for the ace i :D

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  9. The ace-i era of a greater work has come.. we can only support u.. keep it up bieltv3 empire..

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  10. Thanks Bieltv3...itz really apreciating for ur work dat uhv dne..kep it up bro...wish u al d bst n wwe will wait fr a stable cm9 for our ace i....nwys realy like ur work n dedication bro.....:-)

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  11. Android Open Sources are especially built for Nexus Devices and you need to simply modify all of the code to a compatible state for broadcom devices and I guess it will take longer time and also you need to concentrate on huge lines of code... Anyway, Best of Luck!!

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  12. GOD GRACIOUS ! grassy ass broder, for all yer works :)

    If u get what i mean :D

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  13. @Biel: To your notice, goto this place in CM9 source: frameworks/base/services/audioflinger/* This is the place where you need to work to fix audio bugs in your build!! I guess replacing the code with some other device's' doesn't normally work!!

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  14. @Biel: And maybe you can see this one too in the CM9 source: external/qemu/audio/* Maybe this one also helps for you to analyze the audio bug!

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