It’s booting. It’s not pretty, but it’s booting.
All I can see are lines, which seems to indicate a framebuffer format issue. The lines are actually throbbing, though, which looks to me like the CyanogenMod 9 Cid boot animation. 🙂
For what it’s worth,
adb shell works. Here you can see the kernel version:
[aorth@ndechu: ~]$ adb shell uname -sr Linux 220.127.116.11-perf+
What this means
This means that the kernel is compiling correctly, and properly booting the device. I know it’s hard to believe, but this is actually a really good start. Many devices get a build compiled, only to flash it and get stuck at a vendor logo (HTC, Huawei, etc), which means the boot process never progresses past the bootloader.
The fact that we are seeing output on the screen and adb is working is a very good thing. 🙂