Mi 6 successfully ported OpenHarmony open source Hongmeng and entered the desktop, basic functions available
Open source OpenHarmony developer @Diemit today on B site released the latest progress of his OpenHarmony system ported to Xiaomi Mi 6 phone, on the basis of the normal boot up and running to achieve touch screen control, and fixed the previous desktop icon invisible problem.
But from the point of view of the running effect, can only be said to be “available”, but from “good” there is still a long way to go. He said that the next study will be Xiaomi 6 installed the latest version of OpenHarmony 3.2 Beta5.
The developer also released the OpenHarmony rich device porting guide to share the experience of porting the Raspberry Pi 4b and Xiaomi Mi 6 to OpenHarmony, to make sure the ported device can be unlocked and flashed; the device has TWRP-like third-party Recovery for easy flushing; the OpenHarmony kernel is so far based on standard Linux 5.10 The OpenHarmony kernel is based on the standard Linux 5.10 kernel, 4.19 is no longer supported, so the device needs to have 5.10 or above kernel source code when porting; make sure the device driver source code and firmware can be obtained, etc.
Xiaomi 6 was released in April 2017, equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor, a 5.15-inch 1080P eye-protection screen, supplemented by 4/6GB memory and 64/128GB body storage; built-in 3350mAh battery, support 18W fast charging; dual rear cameras are 12-megapixel telephoto lens and 12-megapixel wide-angle lens, support 2X Optical zoom and quad-axis stabilization, 8-megapixel front camera, support for real-time selfie beauty. It also supports splash-proof, multi-functional NFC, WeChat and Alipay fingerprint payment, 2×2 dual WiFi network, dual SIM dual standby and full network pass 4.0.