Thanks for reply and spending your time helping me understand
Unfortunately there's still no success.
I think I just missed something important before. I'll start from beginning. I'll Read everything once again. And than try, not to consume more time. I'll try then to make step list. Eventually I'll wait for Halium 9 full documentation.
In order to port Ubuntu Touch to your device, we need the android AOSP kernel with all specific modifications to talk to the various hardware components.
I don't know if there is a way to get those sources from elsewhere, but Cyanogen or Lineage guys achieve to get it, so there is a way...
Anyhow good luck. And maybe someone here can see your post and know a better answer.
I'm so happy, that someone remembered about old xperias. They are great!
However honami is xperia z1 (xperia xz1 is called poplar).
Which halium version did you build? If there are so many problems maybe you could consider halium 9 porting with Generic System Image (GSI)? As there are Lineage 16 avaliable for honami (and other based on android 8 and later) so all after project treble where device specific code is moved to vendor partition. Read about the differences between previous halium version and 9 in GSI llink
I'm not a developer but I hope it may be helpful
Do you have any experience which you could find helpful and share about porrting UT to sony phones? I have couple devices which I'd like to be running UT,
Xperia XZ1 compact (lilac) - now I'm working on it...
Xperia XZ1 dual (poplar_dsds)
Xperia Z2 (sirius) - same "z" family as honami
Xperia Z3 compact (z3c) - same "z" family as honami
@masa This list if for legacy and official supported device, rather than community ones (like karin is supposed to become soon).
Anyway it is not supported on kernel yet: anbox porting on karin is on going
@bosito7 Hi, yes this is only for S3 Neo s3ve3g, which has Kernel 3.4 luckily. Sadly S3 has only Kernel 3.0 I think, and thats really really low, even if you get it ported, it will not be easily maintainable through the major migration to 20.04 that we are preparing.
A lot of kernel patches that might be needed are only available for 3.4 kernel onwards, as well as systemd wont run on this kernel easily. So while it might be fun trying to port it, don´t expect it will be a good daily driver in the end.
I am saying this because I started on the S3 and gave up at a certain point. Also I am not sure you wanna try to run it off a LineageOS 14.1 build, if there is an official one, you could still try it. You basically need to follow http://docs.ubports.com/en/latest/porting/halium_7-1/index.html
Please do not use any ancient resources for this device, this is all outdated and not compatible anymore with how the current Ubuntu Touch works.
Did anyone ever look into an OnePlus X (onyx) port again?
I found this which points to a possibly working port: