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8th March 2012, 03:35 PM |#111  
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I also have had these issues using the stock kernal. If i change it to darksides i have no problems. Since I also don't use wifi and bluetooth together all that often I have not worried about it. I don't know to much but I think I will have to learn some more and look at some logcats and see what i see. On a semi unrelated note does anyone know if anyone from the cm team is actually still working on our phone or if we are just going to get common fixes for now on.
 
 
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Is that the Darkside X kernel? During the install the script says it is installing O/C Kernel 2.6.32.21grankin01-OC-v0.05. Also, the md5sum for the wireless module is not the same as what I have saved off, though mine is from the 1.28.2012 version of the Darkside ROM. I was however under the impression that the kernel had not changed between 01.28 and 02.15.
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Is that the Darkside X kernel? During the install the script says it is installing O/C Kernel 2.6.32.21grankin01-OC-v0.05. Also, the md5sum for the wireless module is not the same as what I have saved off, though mine is from the 1.28.2012 version of the Darkside ROM. I was however under the impression that the kernel had not changed between 01.28 and 02.15.

when its done, what does it say in settings>about phone?
14th March 2012, 12:33 AM |#114  
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14th March 2012, 12:37 AM |#115  
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I haven't been a CM7 fan due to it's bland look but I'll give it a round and see what it's got to offer these days, Thanks for posting the Genius Button fix as well.
14th March 2012, 06:06 AM |#116  
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when its done, what does it say in settings>about phone?

Darkside #2. I hadn't gotten that far, when I saw the message during install I just restored boot from a backup. But thanks for making the zip, makes life a bit easier.
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14th March 2012, 01:38 PM |#117  
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Is that the Darkside X kernel? During the install the script says it is installing O/C Kernel 2.6.32.21grankin01-OC-v0.05. Also, the md5sum for the wireless module is not the same as what I have saved off, though mine is from the 1.28.2012 version of the Darkside ROM. I was however under the impression that the kernel had not changed between 01.28 and 02.15.

You can definitely ignore the echoed stuff that the script spits out. I assume Derek was using grankin's updater script as a base for his and just never changed the text output.

Thanks to tnpapadakos for the X kernel! I've been looking for that for a while...

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...I assume Derek was using grankin's updater script as a base for his and just never changed the text output. Ryan

exactly....
14th March 2012, 07:19 PM |#119  
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I attached a copy of the Darkside X kernel. I fixed the script in this version to output the correct kernel name while it is flashing, but it's still the same kernel.

Thanks again to tnpapadakos for uploading the kernel for everyone. You rock dude!
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Since gingerbread updates are slow going right now atleast for common stuff. I will update on the weekends or after alot of merges. If someone needs or wants me to do an update sooner just let me know and I will be more than happy to do it.
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