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[KERNEL] 24 Nov r2: MoDaCo Custom Kernel (+CIFS +USB drives / keyboard / mouse)

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23rd November 2011, 02:08 PM   |  #1  
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This is now included in my MoDaCo Custom ROM for the Galaxy Nexus - details.

I have created a custom kernel for those that would like CIFS support or USB drive / keyboard / mouse support. This is a temporary download until such time as MCR is released. This is based on the stock kernel source with purely config tweaks at this time.

This should be flashed via ClockworkMod Recovery.

This is designed for devices running the I9250XXKK1 / ITL41D ROM.
  • DOWNLOAD - MD5: 4eb172c3222126ceb3eed340f51c7b28
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Note: Source is now available in my bitbucket repository.
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23rd November 2011, 02:11 PM   |  #2  
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Thanks Paul.

Just two things:
1. You say try using 'fastboot boot' rather than 'fastboot boot' in your post. Just a heads up so you can fix that.
2. So the Galaxy Nexus does not support USB storage out of the box? It needs kernel modifications to make it work?

Thanks for all your hard work.
23rd November 2011, 02:29 PM   |  #3  
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Thanks Paul.

Just two things:
1. You say try using 'fastboot boot' rather than 'fastboot boot' in your post. Just a heads up so you can fix that.
2. So the Galaxy Nexus does not support USB storage out of the box? It needs kernel modifications to make it work?

Thanks for all your hard work.

1. I think he wanted to say [use 'fastboot boot' rather than 'fastboot flash' to try before flashing].
2. I think he added HID support to the kernel.
23rd November 2011, 02:33 PM   |  #4  
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Guys any tut on how to flash those md5 files of paul?
23rd November 2011, 02:34 PM   |  #5  
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Guys any tut on how to flash those md5 files of paul?

md5 is not a file, it's a checksum. You flash modified boot.img with custom kernel using fastboot flash boot boot.mck.img (as mentioned in the first post). You need to boot your device in fastboot mode on device with unlocked bootloader. Or maybe I didn't understand the question?
23rd November 2011, 02:47 PM   |  #6  
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md5 is not a file, it's a checksum. You flash modified boot.img with custom kernel using fastboot flash boot boot.mck.img (as mentioned in the first post). You need to boot your device in fastboot mode on device with unlocked bootloader. Or maybe I didn't understand the question?

Ok so how do we flash those img's?

1.Boot into fastboot
2.Then connect GN with PC
3..?
23rd November 2011, 02:57 PM   |  #7  
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Ok so how do we flash those img's?

1.Boot into fastboot
2.Then connect GN with PC
3..?

then open terminal and type the command
23rd November 2011, 03:12 PM   |  #8  
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then open terminal and type the command

I ll have to wait for the online kitchen then.

I never got the android sdk properly installed on the pc
23rd November 2011, 04:24 PM   |  #9  
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Sorry, REALLY a newbie here
1. What is CISF and MCR?
2. So, the GN doesn't have HID support at first? I thought that's one of their features
3. Can u make a more detailed tutorial? It's really my first time using boot/flash or whatever it is
23rd November 2011, 04:27 PM   |  #10  
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Sorry, REALLY a newbie here
1. What is CISF and MCR?
2. So, the GN doesn't have HID support at first? I thought that's one of their features
3. Can u make a more detailed tutorial? It's really my first time using boot/flash or whatever it is

1. CIFS - http://searchcio-midmarket.techtarge...et-File-System
MCR - Modaco Custom ROM

2. Not sure about that.

3. If you don't know what CIFS is then why you want to flash this? I mean no disrespect to anyone but if you don't know what something is and you don't know how to flash it then don't flash it. Better wait for ready ROMs (mine is ready but still waiting for working recovery) with custom kernels. Shouldn't take long

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