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[Q] How to flash the SiyahKernel

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By jorricks, Member on 23rd April 2012, 02:22 PM
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Hello
I'm new into the world of flashing and rooting.
So I want to make my phone last longer and have it rooted.
I actually laid my eye's on the Siyahkernel and it looks really good.
So my question.
How to flash the Siyahkernel into my stock android version?
(Android-version 4.0.3 Baseband-version: i9100BULP6)
Could you recommend me a good tutorial?

And would you recommend the program [root]Triangle away?

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23rd April 2012, 02:31 PM |#2  
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Siyah kernel is really appreciated and accepted by the people, but it is recently reported some problem with ICS Siyah kernel which is in Beta stage now,

so it is recommended to use CF-root for rooting your device first, then you can later on flash your favourite kernels.

Checkout CF-root thread link in my signature.

also refere Guide for ODIN flash,

Feel free to ask if you are not clear

You have to match the version code with your current kernel version, not the Baseband vesrion, to select the appropreate CF-root
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Thanks for your help and your signature rocks ^^ keep it this way please
So I have to ask.
How big is the change that (when I use my PC normally and I do what the tutorial says) I brick my device? XD
23rd April 2012, 02:43 PM |#4  
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yup many ppl ,i read thier prblm is some were related to kernel ,and the recent siyah kernels r not stable...so try neak or older versionss of siyah..
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alright I'm going to flash the CF-Root kernel:
CF-Root-SGS2_BU_VOD_LPC-v5.4-CWM5.zip

Thx for your reply's
23rd April 2012, 03:05 PM |#6  
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Originally Posted by rocky23

yup many ppl ,i read thier prblm is some were related to kernel ,and the recent siyah kernels r not stable...so try neak or older versionss of siyah..

Follow the Siyah's kernel thread, you would know that only one version (the rc6) had some weird "phone brick" issues which, we now know the reasons and the problem is fixed. The last 3.1 version is stable and works perfectly on my device , same thing for almost all users. Just wanted to moderate abit your comment .
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well thanks for all your reply's
I installed the CF-root kernel and it workes
I will install the Siyahkernel when it gets a new feauture I need ;D
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Quote:
Originally Posted by jorricks

well thanks for all your reply's
I installed the CF-root kernel and it workes
I will install the Siyahkernel when it gets a new feauture I need ;D

Quote:
Originally Posted by jorricks

Thanks for your help and your signature rocks ^^ keep it this way please
So I have to ask.
How big is the change that (when I use my PC normally and I do what the tutorial says) I brick my device? XD

You are Welocme,
you told my signature rocks, but you forgot to write a thing on that
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