Samsung Galaxy S Support With The Linux 4.19 Kernel
The DeviceTree additions are currently staged ahead of the Linux 4.19 kernel for these S5Pv210 Aries based smartphones. With this code in place for Linux 4.19, the Galaxy S should at least see working mainline support for storage, PMIC, RTC, fuel gauge, keys, USB, and WiFi working in order.
The Galaxy S support in Linux 4.19 is being staged by this commit as part of the forthcoming ARM SoC/platform improvements for this next kernel cycle.
The Galaxy S launched with Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread and was using a Samsung Exynos 3 SoC, 1GHz single-core Cortex-A8 and PowerVR SGX graphics with 512MB of RAM.