Many good news!
So, I've many good news to tel you, although they are not releated to audio!
One of them is that, as an admin of androidarmv6, they leave me the honor to port BCM21553 drivers and devices configurations to androidarmv6 organisation! (Branch ics-plus).
For poeple that do not know what androidarmv6 organisation is, I'll make you an explanation:
Androidarmv6 is an origanisation created to bring latest android versions to armv6 devices (mainly msm7x27 devices). Those armv6 devices were discontinued by Google and by CyanogenMod when ICS was released. Androidarmv6 is the organisation that keeps this devices updated.
In other words, androidarmv6 is CyanogenMod for armv6 devices. And getting support from them (us) will improve alot (not ICS, but maybe Jelly Bean or KK). The porting to androidarmv6 repos will start after my exams are over...
Second new, Alberto96 has made a good work, and we have ported all the changes to BroadcomCM organisation. I've build the changes and test them. I can surely say that new version will be the SMOOTHER ROM ever made for BCM21553 devices. Also they are smaller fixes too, but for the moment, it is a nice work made by us! Everything as always on BroadcomCM github. Drivers still very unstable, lots of FCs, not yet prepared for release. Video? there you have it:
Another good new I have is the common kernel. It is not yet stable, and I have not tested on other devices. Everytime I tried to make a common kernel, the kernel resulting on not booting... and why? Because of bad vermagic verision! Thanks to Alberto96 and TheWhisp we have fixed bad vermagic (a bug which Rafael Bauguis fight alot with) and we can create new kernel versions without breaking modules loading! That's awsome, so commo kernel can be started.
And well, that's releated to the kernel too. I've succefully added some simple governors and I/O schedurels thanks to lopicl.00, he provide me the source. Also a new logarithm is added to create new frequencies (still need to be tested), at the moment 6 frequencies are added. NO OVERCLOCK is permitted on our board at the moment, so don't ask me that too.
Stay tuned for more news, and... time to study again!