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OTG support in Android L

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9th July 2014, 03:19 PM   |  #1  
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I have flashed Android L b3p3 . I have tried to read the original thread for help but its so messed up there.I guess hellscore kernel is working with otg support. Can someone explain me the process how to flash the kernel ? There is some boot.img stuff i cannot understand.

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I doubt KitKat kernels will work without some ramdisk changes. You may have to wait for our kernel devs to release a L Preview version.
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I'm with Android L running in my nexus 4, but i have tested hellscore and helldoctor kernell and anyone support otg or maybe i have done something wrong. Do you know anything about the theme?
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I have flashed Android L b3p3 . I have tried to read the original thread for help but its so messed up there.I guess hellscore kernel is working with otg support. Can someone explain me the process how to flash the kernel ? There is some boot.img stuff i cannot understand.

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don't you have a flashable zip???
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I'm with Android L running in my nexus 4, but i have tested hellscore and helldoctor kernell and anyone support otg or maybe i have done something wrong. Do you know anything about the theme?
Thanks.

First flash lrx21t-permissive-boot , then flash hells doctor kernel's latest version for android l then flash universal kernal manager. Then install synapse. In misc of synapse enable otg. Thats it
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http://forum.xda-developers.com/atta...6&d=1416000948

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First flash lrx21t-permissive-boot , then flash hells doctor kernel's latest version for android l then flash universal kernal manager. Then install synapse. In misc of synapse enable otg. Thats it
Permisive boot image link
http://forum.xda-developers.com/atta...6&d=1416000948

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I am on Euphoria Rom, and Unleashed Kerenal.
and this flash drive. how I can connect to Nexus 4? without external cable?
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I am on Euphoria Rom, and Unleashed Kerenal.
and this flash drive. how I can connect to Nexus 4? without external cable?

I'm afraid that without an external power source you won't be able to connect that device to your Nexus 4 regardless of ROM/Kernel combination. The Nexus 4 doesn't put out a high enough voltage to power an external device without a power input!

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