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iptables kernel for lg l90 d415?

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18th July 2014, 06:49 AM   |  #1  
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What kernel can I safely flash to my phone for iptables/netfilter support?

Will this kernel work?
[KK 4.4.2 Kernel 3.4.98][15 JUL] Dorimanx 6.0 LG G2 800/1/2/3/5/6 F320* LS/VS980
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20th July 2014, 08:09 PM   |  #2  
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What kernel can I safely flash to my phone for iptables/netfilter support?

Will this kernel work?
[KK 4.4.2 Kernel 3.4.98][15 JUL] Dorimanx 6.0 LG G2 800/1/2/3/5/6 F320* LS/VS980

You won't be able to flash any kernel or ROM without ensuring that your bootloader is unlocked first. The stock boot.img ( which contains the kernel ) is a signed image signed by LG's own key which we don't have access to. The bootloader checks the signature of the boot.img before booting. If the signature doesn't match you'll end up with either LG Security Error or a soft bricked device.
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You won't be able to flash any kernel or ROM without ensuring that your bootloader is unlocked first. The stock boot.img ( which contains the kernel ) is a signed image signed by LG's own key which we don't have access to. The bootloader checks the signature of the boot.img before booting. If the signature doesn't match you'll end up with either LG Security Error or a soft bricked device.

So basically I bought the wrong phone?

This is not a customizable device? Should I sell it and get a different model? What is this KDZ thing they talk about in the other forum?

Can you unlock it?
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So basically I bought the wrong phone?

This is not a customizable device? Should I sell it and get a different model? What is this KDZ thing they talk about in the other forum?

Can you unlock it?

http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=6mFHbE4LLKM

We call this process unlocking, which is needed before rooting. After rooting, u can still customize it more freely.

ps One special case (not for u Americans). In my home city, unlocking is not needed for any devices, and we can root directly

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