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[KERNEL][5.0.1] ★☆ Kangaroo Kernel ☆★ 11 DEC | 3.4.105 | GPE

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6th December 2014, 05:48 AM   |  #1  
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Welcome to Kangaroo Kernel

For GPE 5.0.1 ROMs, please see the last pages for latest kernels.

Linux 3.4.105 base, comes with a modified ramdisk for sdmount fixes from santod040

Will write more later


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★☆ Kangaroo Kernel ☆★, Kernel for the HTC One

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Created 2014-12-06
Last Updated 2014-12-12
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So I have started on the GPE kernel source for m7.

As this kernel is still in testing stage (I only compiled it now) I have made it harder to install.
Think of it like natural selection.

Installation instructions:
1. fastboot flash boot boot.img
2. flash modules zip in recovery

Usually, these tests are done private but I thought since I have been gone from here for a while, I will put them up for everyone

As of now, this kernel has:
.stock ramdisk
.compiled with GCC 4.8 from Google (official lollipop branch)
.patch to 3.4.14

In depth changelog can always be found here:
https://github.com/poondog/kangaroo-...commits/master

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Thanks for this, its a lot snappier now. Nice to see you back in the forums....
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Does this disable system write protection?
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Originally Posted by YudmudTR

Does this disable system write protection?

Not yet, I am posting initial test builds while I progress through the kernel development
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so i just flash the boot.img in fastboot, then flash the kernel in recovery and all done?
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so i just flash the boot.img in fastboot, then flash the kernel in recovery and all done?

Flash the boot.img in fastboot
The zip contains the modules actually. But yes flash those in recovery

I have new update for tomorrow too
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Is it possible to fix captive blacklight issues with your kernel?

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