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7th February 2014, 05:43 PM   |  #31  
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I flashed back the stock system.img, boot.img and cache.img so i did lost root access and also all the modules were disabled....then also it was the same N
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And about the busybox was installed before flashing the stock files

maybe you have an app thats disabling it? what do you use for cpu control?
7th February 2014, 06:16 PM   |  #32  
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maybe you have an app thats disabling it? what do you use for cpu control?

Nothing I have uninstalled all such apps and most of the apps require busybox which is not installed
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@simms22 @viking37 ok guyz I have got it working, thanks for your help
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I think something was wrong with franco test image of r33 feb 4 version or maybe it is designed to work like that?
I flashed back that kernel and then changed the N to Y and rebooted, on boot it sticked with Y.
Then I flashed the stock kernel and yea now my file shows Y .

But I m still guessing what changes that kernal made that after flashing the stock kernel also that file didn't change?
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@simms22 @viking37 ok guyz I have got it working, thanks for your help
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I think something was wrong with franco test image of r33 feb 4 version or maybe it is designed to work like that?
I flashed back that kernel and then changed the N to Y and rebooted, on boot it sticked with Y.
Then I flashed the stock kernel and yea now my file shows Y .

But I m still guessing what changes that kernal made that after flashing the stock kernel also that file didn't change?

franco kernel changes system files, so just changing the kernel wont change them back. dirty flashing your rom before flashing another kernel would fix it. dirty flashing meaning not wiping anything when you flash it.
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franco kernel changes system files, so just changing the kernel wont change them back. dirty flashing your rom before flashing another kernel would fix it. dirty flashing meaning not wiping anything when you flash it.

But I flashed back the stock system images in an attempt to make it work, even that didn't work.
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But I flashed back the stock system images in an attempt to make it work, even that didn't work.

thats right, i forgot.
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