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MOTO X compatibility?

Post by eagleCS » Thu Feb 13, 2014 11:39 am

There are hopes of working with the MOTO X ?

Thanks

 
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Re: MOTO X compatibility?

Post by admin » Sat Feb 15, 2014 8:54 pm

Is there someone with a rooted Moto X who can test?

 
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Re: MOTO X compatibility?

Post by eagleCS » Fri Mar 07, 2014 11:26 am

I would like to buy it soon but if there is no hope to have rSAP do not buy it

This can help you?
http://forum.xda-developers.com/moto-x/ ... 5857/page3


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# begin build properties
# autogenerated by buildinfo.sh
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#
# system property for Bluetooth hci transport
#
ro.qualcomm.bt.hci_transport=smd

#
# system property for Bluetooth HFP version
#
ro.bluetooth.hfp.ver=1.6

#
# system property for Bluetooth SAP support
# Motorola disabled SAP
#
ro.qualcomm.bluetooth.sap=false

# Bluetooth LE power class
qcom.bt.le_dev_pwr_class=1



FROM BUILD CYANOGEN MOTO X and G:
ro.qualcomm.bluetooth.sap=true

 
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Re: MOTO X compatibility?

Post by admin » Sat Mar 08, 2014 9:11 am

I already tried that, doesn't change anything.

The comment may suggest that Motorola disabled SAP in the radio software. That's guessing but explains why it doesn't work.

 
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Re: MOTO X compatibility?

Post by eagleCS » Sat Mar 08, 2014 12:29 pm

admin wrote:I already tried that, doesn't change anything.

The comment may suggest that Motorola disabled SAP in the radio software. That's guessing but explains why it doesn't work.


Yes, but have you tried on your MOTO G with CYANOGEN11 ? It seems that the Cyano team has enabled the SAP in their MOTO ROM

 
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Re: MOTO X compatibility?

Post by admin » Sat Mar 08, 2014 7:57 pm

I tested CM11 on my Moto G and it shows the same behavior as with the stock ROM. I still think SAP is disabled in the radio software.

 
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Re: MOTO X compatibility?

Post by eagleCS » Mon Mar 10, 2014 9:16 am

then there is no hope that rSAP working on moto x? :cry: :cry:
But WHY Motorola disable this option?? they are crazy? or stupid?

 
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Re: MOTO X compatibility?

Post by admin » Mon Mar 10, 2014 11:31 am

Put another way: why don't all manufacturers disable rSAP when they don't offer it to the end user? I guess most manufacturers simply take the software from Qualcomm and add them to their firmware - Sony even adds the Qualcom SAP demon binary! They don't know and don't care that it would take very little to finally enable rSAP for the end user. It looks like Motorola looks closer at what Qualcomm offers and disables everything they don't want, maybe for efficiency reasons. I often find superflous files in ROMs, even in CyanogenMod! This is also not good style...

I guess rSAP is indeed a dying technology (as HTC seems to see it). The future will be car devices with a fixed built-in SIM card. This has the advantage that the car is always online, not only when the driver is present, like e.g. the Tesla Model S. Although I'd still prefer to use the SIM card of my mobile with my phone number and with the better receiption quality which rSAP offers!

 
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Re: MOTO X compatibility?

Post by eagleCS » Mon Mar 10, 2014 12:21 pm

Which is a shame because it use your smartphone, with your number (and address book) in the car via the built-in external antenna is priceless... :cry:

but if it is of no use, Why CyanogenMod enables that parameter?
ro.qualcomm.bluetooth.sap = true

???

 
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Re: MOTO X compatibility?

Post by admin » Mon Mar 10, 2014 2:16 pm

I don't know. I only guess that Motorola removed rSAP from the radio software. So far I did no further research where exactly things go wrong.

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