Commit 735d413f authored by adnan-44's avatar adnan-44 Committed by PrajjuS
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vince: Cleanup the tree



- Removed unnecessary blobs
- These file were not participating in makefiles, so better remove them.

Change-Id: Ia5319aeabd7bd60005f5dff4fa19c6c25ce91f10
Signed-off-by: default avataradnan-44 <mohd.adnan0405@gmail.com>
Signed-off-by: default avatarPrajjuS <theprajjus@gmail.com>
parent ebfc0aa8
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<!--
Copyright (c) 2016-2017 Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.
All Rights Reserved.
Confidential and Proprietary - Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.
-->
<resources>
<profiles>
<profile id="1">
<!-- RSSI threshold from which all values greater than it is
considered to be good for wlan to be
a candidate for interface selection -->
<!-- NOTE: There needs to be two threshold values
first one for 2.4 GHz and the second for 5 GHz -->
<RSSIAddThreshold units="dbm">-64,-70</RSSIAddThreshold>
<!-- RSSI threshold from which all values lesser than it is
considered to be bad for wlan to be
a candidate for interface selection -->
<!-- NOTE: There needs to be two threshold values
first one for 2.4 GHz and the second for 5 GHz -->
<RSSIDropThreshold units="dbm">-67,-73</RSSIDropThreshold>
</profile>
<profile id="2">
<!-- RSSI threshold from which all values greater than it is
considered to be good for wlan to be
a candidate for interface selection -->
<!-- NOTE: There needs to be two threshold values
first one for 2.4 GHz and the second for 5 GHz -->
<RSSIAddThreshold units="dbm">-78,-78</RSSIAddThreshold>
<!-- RSSI threshold from which all values lesser than it is
considered to be bad for wlan to be
a candidate for interface selection -->
<!-- NOTE: There needs to be two threshold values
first one for 2.4 GHz and the second for 5 GHz -->
<RSSIDropThreshold units="dbm">-85,-87</RSSIDropThreshold>
</profile>
<profile id="3">
<!-- RSSI threshold from which all values greater than it is
considered to be good for wlan to be
a candidate for interface selection -->
<!-- NOTE: There needs to be two threshold values
first one for 2.4 GHz and the second for 5 GHz -->
<RSSIAddThreshold units="dbm">-72,-72</RSSIAddThreshold>
<!-- RSSI threshold from which all values lesser than it is
considered to be bad for wlan to be
a candidate for interface selection -->
<!-- NOTE: There needs to be two threshold values
first one for 2.4 GHz and the second for 5 GHz -->
<RSSIDropThreshold units="dbm">-79,-79</RSSIDropThreshold>
</profile>
<profile id="4">
<!-- RSSI threshold from which all values greater than it is
considered to be good for wlan to be
a candidate for interface selection -->
<!-- NOTE: There needs to be two threshold values
first one for 2.4 GHz and the second for 5 GHz -->
<RSSIAddThreshold units="dbm">-72,-75</RSSIAddThreshold>
<!-- RSSI threshold from which all values lesser than it is
considered to be bad for wlan to be
a candidate for interface selection -->
<!-- NOTE: There needs to be two threshold values
first one for 2.4 GHz and the second for 5 GHz -->
<RSSIDropThreshold units="dbm">-75,-80</RSSIDropThreshold>
</profile>
</profiles>
</resources>
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<!--
Copyright (c) 2016-2017 Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.
All Rights Reserved.
Confidential and Proprietary - Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.
-->
<resources>
<profiles>
<profile id="1">
<!-- RSSI threshold from which all values greater than it is
considered to be good for wlan to be
a candidate for interface selection -->
<!-- NOTE: There needs to be two threshold values
first one for 2.4 GHz and the second for 5 GHz -->
<RSSIAddThreshold units="dbm">-78,-78</RSSIAddThreshold>
<!-- RSSI threshold from which all values lesser than it is
considered to be bad for wlan to be
a candidate for interface selection -->
<!-- NOTE: There needs to be two threshold values
first one for 2.4 GHz and the second for 5 GHz -->
<RSSIDropThreshold units="dbm">-85,-87</RSSIDropThreshold>
</profile>
<profile id="2">
<!-- RSSI threshold from which all values greater than it is
considered to be good for wlan to be
a candidate for interface selection -->
<!-- NOTE: There needs to be two threshold values
first one for 2.4 GHz and the second for 5 GHz -->
<RSSIAddThreshold units="dbm">-64,-70</RSSIAddThreshold>
<!-- RSSI threshold from which all values lesser than it is
considered to be bad for wlan to be
a candidate for interface selection -->
<!-- NOTE: There needs to be two threshold values
first one for 2.4 GHz and the second for 5 GHz -->
<RSSIDropThreshold units="dbm">-67,-73</RSSIDropThreshold>
</profile>
<profile id="3">
<!-- RSSI threshold from which all values greater than it is
considered to be good for wlan to be
a candidate for interface selection -->
<!-- NOTE: There needs to be two threshold values
first one for 2.4 GHz and the second for 5 GHz -->
<RSSIAddThreshold units="dbm">-72,-75</RSSIAddThreshold>
<!-- RSSI threshold from which all values lesser than it is
considered to be bad for wlan to be
a candidate for interface selection -->
<!-- NOTE: There needs to be two threshold values
first one for 2.4 GHz and the second for 5 GHz -->
<RSSIDropThreshold units="dbm">-75,-80</RSSIDropThreshold>
</profile>
<profile id="4">
<!-- RSSI threshold from which all values greater than it is
considered to be good for wlan to be
a candidate for interface selection -->
<!-- NOTE: There needs to be two threshold values
first one for 2.4 GHz and the second for 5 GHz -->
<RSSIAddThreshold units="dbm">-72,-72</RSSIAddThreshold>
<!-- RSSI threshold from which all values lesser than it is
considered to be bad for wlan to be
a candidate for interface selection -->
<!-- NOTE: There needs to be two threshold values
first one for 2.4 GHz and the second for 5 GHz -->
<RSSIDropThreshold units="dbm">-79,-79</RSSIDropThreshold>
</profile>
<profile id="5">
<!-- RSSI threshold from which all values greater than it is
considered to be good for wlan to be
a candidate for interface selection -->
<!-- NOTE: There needs to be two threshold values
first one for 2.4 GHz and the second for 5 GHz -->
<RSSIAddThreshold units="dbm">-70,-75</RSSIAddThreshold>
<!-- RSSI threshold from which all values lesser than it is
considered to be bad for wlan to be
a candidate for interface selection -->
<!-- NOTE: There needs to be two threshold values
first one for 2.4 GHz and the second for 5 GHz -->
<RSSIDropThreshold units="dbm">-73,-79</RSSIDropThreshold>
</profile>
</profiles>
</resources>
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<!--
Copyright (c) 2016-2017 Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.
All Rights Reserved.
Confidential and Proprietary - Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.
-->
<resources>
<profiles>
<profile id="1">
<!-- RSSI threshold from which all values greater than it is
considered to be good for wlan to be
a candidate for interface selection -->
<!-- NOTE: There needs to be two threshold values
first one for 2.4 GHz and the second for 5 GHz -->
<RSSIAddThreshold units="dbm">-64,-69</RSSIAddThreshold>
<!-- RSSI threshold from which all values lesser than it is
considered to be bad for wlan to be
a candidate for interface selection -->
<!-- NOTE: There needs to be two threshold values
first one for 2.4 GHz and the second for 5 GHz -->
<RSSIDropThreshold units="dbm">-67,-72</RSSIDropThreshold>
</profile>
<profile id="2">
<!-- RSSI threshold from which all values greater than it is
considered to be good for wlan to be
a candidate for interface selection -->
<!-- NOTE: There needs to be two threshold values
first one for 2.4 GHz and the second for 5 GHz -->
<RSSIAddThreshold units="dbm">-78,-83</RSSIAddThreshold>
<!-- RSSI threshold from which all values lesser than it is
considered to be bad for wlan to be
a candidate for interface selection -->
<!-- NOTE: There needs to be two threshold values
first one for 2.4 GHz and the second for 5 GHz -->
<RSSIDropThreshold units="dbm">-82,-87</RSSIDropThreshold>
</profile>
<profile id="3">
<!-- RSSI threshold from which all values greater than it is
considered to be good for wlan to be
a candidate for interface selection -->
<!-- NOTE: There needs to be two threshold values
first one for 2.4 GHz and the second for 5 GHz -->
<RSSIAddThreshold units="dbm">-67,-72</RSSIAddThreshold>
<!-- RSSI threshold from which all values lesser than it is
considered to be bad for wlan to be
a candidate for interface selection -->
<!-- NOTE: There needs to be two threshold values
first one for 2.4 GHz and the second for 5 GHz -->
<RSSIDropThreshold units="dbm">-70,-75</RSSIDropThreshold>
</profile>
<profile id="4">
<!-- RSSI threshold from which all values greater than it is
considered to be good for wlan to be
a candidate for interface selection -->
<!-- NOTE: There needs to be two threshold values
first one for 2.4 GHz and the second for 5 GHz -->
<RSSIAddThreshold units="dbm">-82,-83</RSSIAddThreshold>
<!-- RSSI threshold from which all values lesser than it is
considered to be bad for wlan to be
a candidate for interface selection -->
<!-- NOTE: There needs to be two threshold values
first one for 2.4 GHz and the second for 5 GHz -->
<RSSIDropThreshold units="dbm">-85,-87</RSSIDropThreshold>
</profile>
<profile id="5">
<!-- RSSI threshold from which all values greater than it is
considered to be good for wlan to be
a candidate for interface selection -->
<!-- NOTE: There needs to be two threshold values
first one for 2.4 GHz and the second for 5 GHz -->
<RSSIAddThreshold units="dbm">-75,-75</RSSIAddThreshold>
<!-- RSSI threshold from which all values lesser than it is
considered to be bad for wlan to be
a candidate for interface selection -->
<!-- NOTE: There needs to be two threshold values
first one for 2.4 GHz and the second for 5 GHz -->
<RSSIDropThreshold units="dbm">-79,-79</RSSIDropThreshold>
</profile>
<profile id="6">
<!-- RSSI threshold from which all values greather than it is
considered to be good for wlan to be
a candidate for interface selection -->
<!-- NOTE: There needs to be two threshold values
first one for 2.4 GHz and the second for 5 GHz -->
<RSSIAddThreshold units="dbm">-75,-75</RSSIAddThreshold>
<!-- RSSI threshold from which all values lesser than it is
considered to be bad for wlan to be
a candidate for interface selection -->
<!-- NOTE: There needs to be two threshold values
first one for 2.4 GHz and the second for 5 GHz -->
<RSSIDropThreshold units="dbm">-79,-80</RSSIDropThreshold>
</profile>
</profiles>
</resources>
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?>
<!--
Copyright (c) 2016 Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Qualcomm Technologies Proprietary and Confidential.
-->
<permissions>
<permission name="com.qti.permission.DIAG">
<group gid="oem_2901" />
</permission>
<permission name="com.qti.permission.AUDIO">
<group gid="audio" />
</permission>
</permissions>
#configuration parameters for DPM Fast Dormancy and TCM module.
#Configuration params for FD slot 0
#delay_time while issuing dormancy_request
dpm_s0_fd_delay_time_timer_value:0
#Idle timer value when SCREEN state is ON
#dpm_fd_screen_on_idle_timer_value = actual_screen_on_timer + delay_time
dpm_s0_fd_screen_on_idle_timer_value:15
#Idle timer value when SCREEN state is OFF
#dpm_fd_screen_off_idle_timer_value = actual_screen_off_timer + delay_time
dpm_s0_fd_screen_off_idle_timer_value:3
#Idle timer value when TETHERING is ON
#This takes precedence over SCREEN state
#dpm_tethering_on_idle_timer_value = actual_tethering_on_timer + delay_time
dpm_s0_fd_tethering_on_idle_timer_value:15
#FastDormancy can be configured for a network type
#Default configuration 101000011100001000
dpm_s0_fd_enable_networks_mask:0x28708
#Configuration params for FD slot 1
#delay_time while issuing dormancy_request
dpm_s1_fd_delay_time_timer_value:0
#Idle timer value when SCREEN state is ON
#dpm_fd_screen_on_idle_timer_value = actual_screen_on_timer + delay_time
dpm_s1_fd_screen_on_idle_timer_value:15
#Idle timer value when SCREEN state is OFF
#dpm_fd_screen_off_idle_timer_value = actual_screen_off_timer + delay_time
dpm_s1_fd_screen_off_idle_timer_value:3
#Idle timer value when TETHERING is ON
#This takes precedence over SCREEN state
#dpm_tethering_on_idle_timer_value = actual_tethering_on_timer + delay_time
dpm_s1_fd_tethering_on_idle_timer_value:15
#FastDormancy can be configured for a network type
#Default configuration 101000011100001000
dpm_s1_fd_enable_networks_mask:0x28708
#Configuration params for TCM
#Idle timer value when SCREEN state is ON
#min : 1s and max :256s
dpm_tcm_screen_on_idle_timer_value:5
#Idle timer value when SCREEN state is OFF
#min : 0s and max :256s, tcm is disabled with screen off state
dpm_tcm_screen_off_idle_timer_value:0
#TCM can be configured for a network type
#Default configuration 11111111111111111110
dpm_tcm_enable_networks_mask:0xFFFFE
#FastDormancy and TCM can be configured for a network type
#NETWORK_TYPE_UNKNOWN = 0
#NETWORK_TYPE_GPRS = 1
#NETWORK_TYPE_EDGE = 2
#NETWORK_TYPE_UMTS = 3
#NETWORK_TYPE_CDMA = 4
#NETWORK_TYPE_EVDO_0 = 5
#NETWORK_TYPE_EVDO_A = 6
#NETWORK_TYPE_1xRTT = 7
#NETWORK_TYPE_HSDPA = 8
#NETWORK_TYPE_HSUPA = 9
#NETWORK_TYPE_HSPA = 10
#NETWORK_TYPE_IDEN = 11
#NETWORK_TYPE_EVDO_B = 12
#NETWORK_TYPE_LTE = 13
#NETWORK_TYPE_EHRPD = 14
#NETWORK_TYPE_HSPAP = 15
#NETWORK_TYPE_GSM = 16
#NETWORK_TYPE_TD_SCDMA = 17
#NETWORK_TYPE_IWLAN = 18
#NETWORK_TYPE_LTE_CA = 19;
#configuration params for Dormancy manager
#first larger inactivity soft timer to poll for dormancy in seconds.
dpm_dm_t1_inactivity_timer:15
#second smaller inactivity soft timer to poll for dormancy in seconds.
dpm_dm_t2_inactivity_timer:5
#number of times T2 can be repeated before registering for dormancy indication with modem directly.
dpm_dm_repeat_t2:5
# Copyright (c) 2018 - 2019 Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.
# All Rights Reserved.
# Confidential and Proprietary - Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.
# Create the directories used by DPM subsystem
on post-fs-data
mkdir /data/dpm 0771 system system
chown system system /data/dpm
#start dpmd service
service dpmd /system/product/bin/dpmd
class late_start
socket dpmd stream 660 root radio
socket tcm stream 660 root inet
socket dpmwrapper stream 660 root inet
group system readproc inet radio wakelock oem_2901
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<!--Copyright (c) 2015-2016 Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.
All Rights Reserved.
Confidential and Proprietary - Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.-->
<permissions>
<library name="com.qti.dpmframework"
file="/system/product/framework/com.qti.dpmframework.jar"/>
<library name="android.hidl.manager-V1.0-java"
file="/system/framework/android.hidl.manager-V1.0-java.jar"/>
<permission name="com.qualcomm.permission.READPROC" >
<group gid="readproc" />
</permission>
</permissions>
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<!--Copyright (c) 2014, 2019 Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Qualcomm Technologies Proprietary and Confidential.-->
<permissions>
<library name="com.qti.dpmapi"
file="/system/product/framework/dpmapi.jar"/>
</permissions>
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<permissions>
<library name="com.qualcomm.qcrilhook"
file="/product/framework/qcrilhook.jar"
dependency="qti-telephony-utils:qti-telephony-hidl-wrapper" />
</permissions>
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<!--
~ Copyright (c) 2019 Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.
~ All Rights Reserved.
~ Confidential and Proprietary - Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.
-->
<!--
~ Copyright (c) 2017, The Linux Foundation. All rights reserved.
~ Not a Contribution.
-->
<!--
~ Copyright (C) 2016 The Android Open Source Project
~
~ Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
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~ You may obtain a copy of the License at
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~ WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
~ See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
~ limitations under the License
-->
<!--
This XML file declares which signature|privileged permissions should be
granted to privileged applications on QTI devices.
It allows additional grants on top of privapp-permissions-platform.xml
-->
<permissions>
<privapp-permissions package="com.qualcomm.qcrilmsgtunnel">
<permission name="android.permission.INTERACT_ACROSS_USERS"/>
</privapp-permissions>
<privapp-permissions package="org.codeaurora.dialer">
<permission name="android.permission.ALLOW_ANY_CODEC_FOR_PLAYBACK"/>
<permission name="android.permission.CONTROL_INCALL_EXPERIENCE"/>
<permission name="android.permission.GET_ACCOUNTS_PRIVILEGED"/>
<permission name="android.permission.MODIFY_PHONE_STATE"/>
<permission name="android.permission.READ_PRIVILEGED_PHONE_STATE"/>
<permission name="android.permission.STATUS_BAR"/>
<permission name="android.permission.STOP_APP_SWITCHES"/>
<permission name="com.android.voicemail.permission.READ_VOICEMAIL"/>
<permission name="com.android.voicemail.permission.WRITE_VOICEMAIL"/>
</privapp-permissions>
<privapp-permissions package="org.codeaurora.qti.qtiNetworkApp">
<permission name="android.permission.MODIFY_PHONE_STATE"/>
</privapp-permissions>
<privapp-permissions package="org.codeaurora.ims">
<permission name="android.permission.READ_PRECISE_PHONE_STATE"/>
<permission name="android.permission.INTERACT_ACROSS_USERS"/>
<permission name="android.permission.SUBSTITUTE_NOTIFICATION_APP_NAME"/>
</privapp-permissions>
<privapp-permissions package="com.qualcomm.qti.carrierswitch">
<permission name="android.permission.REBOOT"/>
</privapp-permissions>
<privapp-permissions package="com.android.mms">
<permission name="android.permission.READ_PRIVILEGED_PHONE_STATE"/>
<permission name="android.permission.WRITE_APN_SETTINGS"/>
</privapp-permissions>
<privapp-permissions package="com.qualcomm.qti.callenhancement">
<permission name="android.permission.RECORD_AUDIO" />
<permission name="android.permission.CAPTURE_AUDIO_OUTPUT" />
<permission name="android.permission.READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE" />
<permission name="android.permission.WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE" />
<permission name="android.permission.READ_BLOCKED_NUMBERS" />
<permission name="android.permission.VIBRATE" />
</privapp-permissions>
<privapp-permissions package="org.codeaurora.qti.nrNetworkSettingApp">
<permission name="android.permission.WRITE_SECURE_SETTINGS"/>
</privapp-permissions>
</permissions>
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<!--
Copyright (c) 2014 Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Qualcomm Technologies Proprietary and Confidential.
-->
<permissions>
<library name="com.qualcomm.qti.QtiTelephonyServicelibrary"
file="/system/product/framework/QtiTelephonyServicelibrary.jar"/>
</permissions>
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