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Despite us having a locked bootloader, we can boot a custom kernel via fastboot.
Fastboot is stored as a secondary bootloader in Defy Mini. On older firmwares, the secondary bootloader had fastboot enabled but newer firmwares don't. This is why Motorola left a vulnerability in fastboot which allowed us to fastboot boot img files.
Kernel Source: https://github.com/rootdefyxt320/and...orola_tinboost
This kernel is made for Defy Mini stock ROM's.
Linux Kernel version 18.104.22.168
-Add custom governors
-You must use fastboot everytime you want to boot a custom kernel so it requires a computer.
1. Download boot.img from attachments
2. Download modules.zip from attachments.
3. Make sure you have CWM Recovery, if not download it from Post #41
4. Now boot into CWM Recovery using the batch script or typing the command in cmd
fastboot boot name-of-recovery.img
adb shell mount -a
adb push modules.zip /sdcard
busybox unzip /sdcard/modules.zip
Now type the next commands in cmd:
chmod 755 modules/*
fastboot boot boot.img
Same installation instructions as v1.