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[KERNEL] [GPL] [GN] franco.Kernel r398

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29th November 2011, 12:45 PM   |  #11  
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Originally Posted by mike1986.

boot.img from Galaxy Nexus is typical one, ramdisk and zImage so no issues there

Thought so, thanks, now I can seriously play with this knowing that it boots.
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29th November 2011, 12:48 PM   |  #12  
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Cool, will give it a go - thanks mike1986

Mike do you have any documentation you can share for unpacking the boot image?

Thanks.

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Ok boots fine, going to try wifi

What else should I test?

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I only get 3G reception now as before I got H??

Going to try restore and see if it is the kernel or not, for this I only need to restore the boot right? Or boot and system?

Thanks.

Other than trying the obvious ****s, how does it feel compared to stock? If you can't feel a difference can you benchmark it and tell me if anything changed from stock? I kinda sure hope so, made enough changes for that
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Other than trying the obvious ****s, how does it feel compared to stock? If you can't feel a difference can you benchmark it and tell me if anything changed from stock? I kinda sure hope so, made enough changes for that

Will do

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Thats odd, bootlooping now??

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Yeah just restored and tried flashing again and its bootlooping still??
29th November 2011, 01:43 PM   |  #14  
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Will do

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Thats odd, bootlooping now??

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Yeah just restored and tried flashing again and its bootlooping still??

Weird. Can you wipe the caches etc just to be sure? If still bootlooping I'll compile something different later.
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Can confirm the bootloop on the second flash of your kernel (from the zip mike made). The first flash through recovery went fine and the system booted up without problem. Had wifi and signal but no data and everything was running smoothly.

Rebooted into recovery, restored my backed up boot image and booted back into Android without problem.

Second flash of your kernel resulted in a bootloop at the first google screen (didnt get as far as the animation). Went back into recovery and wiped the cache and still bootlooped. Recovered boot.img from backup and booted fine. I have tried this 3 times now and its bootlooping everytime with your kernel but I dont know why it booted fine the first time..

Hope that was some help.

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Can confirm the bootloop on the second flash of your kernel (from the zip mike made). The first flash through recovery went fine and the system booted up without problem. Had wifi and signal but no data and everything was running smoothly.

Rebooted into recovery, restored my backed up boot image and booted back into Android without problem.

Second flash of your kernel resulted in a bootloop at the first google screen (didnt get as far as the animation). Went back into recovery and wiped the cache and still bootlooped. Recovered boot.img from backup and booted fine. I have tried this 3 times now and its bootlooping everytime with your kernel but I dont know why it booted fine the first time..

Hope that was some help.

Mark.

Now that is weird. I'll try something different later. Thanks.
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Doing a cleaner build now since I got two reports of bootloops when this condition was met:

1 - Flash my kernel. System booted fine
2 - Restore original boot.img
3 - Reboot fine
4 - Flash my kernel back. Bootloop

As I don't the device I'm going step by step. I wanna make sure its stable with a few tweaks, then adding all my gizmos.

This will get updated very frequently in the next days as I start to get feedback.
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Originally Posted by franciscofranco

Doing a cleaner build now since I got two reports of bootloops when this condition was met:

1 - Flash my kernel. System booted fine
2 - Restore original boot.img
3 - Reboot fine
4 - Flash my kernel back. Bootloop

As I don't the device I'm going step by step. I wanna make sure its stable with a few tweaks, then adding all my gizmos.

This will get updated very frequently in the next days as I start to get feedback.

Im on here quite regularly and more than willing to help if you need it. Just let me know when theres a new version to test

Mark.
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Im on here quite regularly and more than willing to help if you need it. Just let me know when theres a new version to test

Mark.

That will be super helpful! A new one should be coming in the next 30 minutes, stay tuned
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Kernel boots fine, now its going through various testing phases.
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