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Old 10-13-2012, 05:15 PM   #570
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Device: K-1, K-2-3G, K-3-3G, K4PC, K4iPhone, K4iPad, K-Touch-Wifi, K-Fire, DXG
Fascinating!
Sorry if this is well known, but I just discovered this: in /usr/bin/ are native executables that allow one to get/set properties send events, and probably more.
/usr/bin/lipc-get-prop
/usr/bin/lipc-send-event
/usr/bin/lipc-daemon
/usr/bin/lipc-probe
/usr/bin/lipc-wait-event
/usr/bin/lipc-set-prop
/usr/bin/lipc-hash-prop
And I've been playing with them. Contrary to my previous thoughts, it's this:
Code:
121005:181135 lipc-send-event[19940]: I lipc:evts:name=orientationFaceUp, origin=com.lab126.hal:Event sent
that causes "Connection Manger" to crash. Possibly because 'orientationFaceUp' means nothing to the some part of the K3's firmware, it being a DXG specific name, given that the DXG has an accelerometer and the K3 does not? This looks like a promising path.....
Now if only I could find the files representing "Connection Manager"

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