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Just an edit to the op: stock recoveries: instead of none, maybe add XXELLA

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No worries.

From what I read, the stock recovery with the official XXELLA hasn't been updated... If anyone can confirm this please?
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I got omega v16 and stock ELLA kernel. But emmc check says that i got rev fw 0xf1. So am I still afected?
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I got omega v16 and stock ELLA kernel. But emmc check says that i got rev fw 0xf1. So am I still afected?

If you're running a stock / repackaged ELLA Kernel, we believe you should be safe.
9th January 2013, 07:59 PM |#24  
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Great thread! Without panic, but only what we know so far.
9th January 2013, 08:04 PM |#25  
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I have flashed the philz recovery 4.0 and perseus newest kernel do I have to flash the new bootloader to so I am safe?

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I have flashed the philz recovery 4.0 and perseus newest kernel do I have to flash the new bootloader to so I am safe?

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Nah. You already did what you would have to.
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Ok, so I'm in Stock 4.1.1 and I flash this morning perseus newest kernel. Do i have to flash the ELLA room or am I safe just with the kernel?
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Unless we find evidence that suggests the bootloader is involved, id recommend avoiding the latest sboot if possible

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Ok, so I'm in Stock 4.1.1 and I flash this morning perseus newest kernel. Do i have to flash the ELLA room or am I safe just with the kernel?

Just kernel

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No worries.

From what I read, the stock recovery with the official XXELLA hasn't been updated... If anyone can confirm this please?

I can confirm both recovery.img and boot.img have same kernel after a binary comparison. I verified before repacking and releasing my recovery
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