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[KERNEL] Voodoo kernel for Nexus S. AOSP+Voodoo improvements only, always updated

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17th December 2010, 01:23 AM   |  #1  
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Voodoo kernel build from latest sources for Nexus S.

It's always very close to the official latest Nexus S kernel.
This kernel don't modify anything on your system (like overwriting modules), so you can switch back to the official kernels: nothings changed.

It is designed to run on the latest unmodified Gingerbread version from Google.

NOTE:
ATM, the kernel is for 2.3.3 and support Voodoo sound and color using the previous color profiles (no washed out colors)
Enjoy!

Corresponding sources:

Kernel sources: https://github.com/project-voodoo/li...nexus-s-voodoo
Initramfs: https://github.com/project-voodoo/nexus-s_initramfs

Current version:

Nexus-S-Voodoo-latest.img

How to:
Test, on an unlocked bootloader:
Code:
fastboot boot Nexus-S-Voodoo-latest.img
Flash, on an unlocked bootloader:
Code:
fastboot flash boot Nexus-S-Voodoo-latest.img
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17th December 2010, 01:56 AM   |  #2  
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Gonna include bln?

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So nexus s its not ext4 after all?

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Quote:
Originally Posted by bblanski

Gonna include bln?

When neldar will have the device and succeed to make a port, BackLightNotification will be integrated in this kernel.
I love BLN and I'm not the only one

I will include Voodoo screen and sound enhancements as well, and maybe an easy root method.
17th December 2010, 02:30 AM   |  #5  
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17th December 2010, 02:31 AM   |  #6  
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Originally Posted by xalucardx

So nexus s its not ext4 after all?

Nexus S use Ext4 for /data and /system (16GB internal SDcard)
YAFFS2 for /cache and /efs (512MB OneNAND)
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flashing!

edit: device boots on kernel. fastboot flash'ing now.

flashed.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by supercurio

Nexus S use Ext4 for /data and /system (16GB internal SDcard)
YAFFS2 for /cache and /efs (512MB OneNAND)

oh ok , thanks for the info!



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Very disappointing. I only got 2394 on Quadrant.

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17th December 2010, 02:54 AM   |  #10  
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Very disappointing. I only got 2394 on Quadrant.

Awesome! Thanks!

How's it running

Nexus S!!!!

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