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Default If I flash a custom kernel (googymax for e.g.) I get (no service)

I want to install a custom duel-boot kernel on my s3
now I'm using this ROM : http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2569180
I had the broplem of (not registered on a network) before
And I solved it by flashing patched modem & patched kernel
if i try to flash custom kernel i get (no service) status
then I have to flash the patched stock kernel again to make my network work
Is there any way that enables me to flash the custom kernel without losing my network ??

I also tried to flash init_d script then flashed the kernel but it didn't work
 
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No. You would need the custom kernel to incorporate the same patch as the stock one that you have been using.

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No. You would need the custom kernel to incorporate the same patch as the stock one that you have been using.

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thank's
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is it possible to incorporate the patch with the custom kernel??
and I 'm using zuluman's patched kernels
how to extract the patch from it ??
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Sorry, no idea. You would be best reading the patched kernel threads and asking there.
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