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I hardly think that was a troll. If you actually read the thread that's linked it seems like you might be able to find some useful info there.
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I hardly think that was a troll. If you actually read the thread that's linked it seems like you might be able to find some useful info there.
Its not that specific comment, and yeah that was kind of a troll, its the fact that he has commented on my guide that I am working on to help new users saying that its pointless and that I should just tell people to read the wiki and now hes bagging on the work that we haven't even started.

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I don't know about you guys building a kernel, it sounds like a lot of work and time which i dont really have much
Im better off theme my own phone..

Use the other guys that has unbrickable (just to be sure) to flash your homebrewn kernel before I'll flash it in my device.
 
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I don't know about you guys building a kernel, it sounds like a lot of work and time which i dont really have much
Im better off theme my own phone..

Use the other guys that has unbrickable (just to be sure) to flash your homebrewn kernel before I'll flash it in my device.
im gonna check for testers after we actually get the ball rolling

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im gonna check for testers after we actually get the ball rolling

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Don't look for a tester yet...
First you need a kernel dev...
Or just use bhudvens
- be sure to ask for permissions

hmm hard to find kernel dev now a days, maybe try in Wallgreens or Walmart :P
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thats why i said "after we actually get the ball rolling"...

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thats why i said "after we actually get the ball rolling"...

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rolls ball down hill lol...



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rolls ball down hill lol...
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Before actual dev recruitment and working, I would ask myself what are we expecting this kernel to have, once we have our goals set we will be able to explore and gather some knowledge in the right direction.

Such goals should be :
1. Much stronger WiFi reception (I know it is possible).
2. Direct line call recording. (was available at Froyo, but blocked by Sami).
3. Kernel without the need of System mounting as RW (like SMS Kj6 Beta 3.1 is).
4. MIUI nightly builds compatible kernel (I have no idea how and what).
5. TV out support (MIUI ususally doesn't support this functionality).
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So who wants to see CWM FB edition?


EDIT

The kernel's initramfs can be edited and repacked.
Just a little hex editing and swapping out the logo image for CWM.

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