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[ROM] 2.3.6 Sonya v4 AtriXperia - Atrix 2 GSM * 04/28/2012* Update 2-Reboot,Bravia

16th April 2012, 12:16 PM |#111  
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what kernel is on this? i didnt check when i installed the rom and i just did the razr bootloader bypass with out a problem and was seeing if the kernel changed. i dont think it did anything but just wondering
 
 
16th April 2012, 12:51 PM |#112  
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what kernel is on this? i didnt check when i installed the rom and i just did the razr bootloader bypass with out a problem and was seeing if the kernel changed. i dont think it did anything but just wondering

This rom will not change your kernel.
16th April 2012, 12:53 PM |#113  
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This rom will not change your kernel.

i know but the razr bootloader bypass does. anyway i dont believe it worked because i checked and it not the same kernel the razr changes to after running the mod.
16th April 2012, 12:54 PM |#114  
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Really like the rom
I really like the rom but does anyone know if it's possible to add motoblur back. I'm not so big on the the blur Launcher I just really like the blur app drawer. The ability to filter the apps on groups without putting "folders" into the actual app drawer. Or does anyone know of a launcher / appdrawer replacement that can do the same thing
16th April 2012, 01:09 PM |#115  
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i know but the razr bootloader bypass does. anyway i dont believe it worked because i checked and it not the same kernel the razr changes to after running the mod.

Oh man your a gutsy guy for trying that!
16th April 2012, 01:13 PM |#116  
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Oh man your a gutsy guy for trying that!

i figured at worst it would brick and id run the fastboot script and just have to reroot and everything, but hey its was worth it. i didnt brick my phone, and if it would have worked i would have posted it and that would be a big step up for new kernels and roms. i believe someone is already porting it to our phone though.
16th April 2012, 01:16 PM |#117  
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i figured at worst it would brick and id run the fastboot script and just have to reroot and everything, but hey its was worth it. i didnt brick my phone, and if it would have worked i would have posted it and that would be a big step up for new kernels and roms. i believe someone is already porting it to our phone though.

Yup. I'd have to look up who again though! So then it didn't work?
16th April 2012, 01:20 PM |#118  
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Yup. I'd have to look up who again though! So then it didn't work?

I pretty sure it didnt. The only way i know to confirm it is to have the same kernel after it reboots and it didnt change my kernel. The zip flashed in recovery, and the commands you run in the terminal ran as they should and rebooted the phone, but thats all i got.
16th April 2012, 02:33 PM |#119  
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I pretty sure it didnt. The only way i know to confirm it is to have the same kernel after it reboots and it didnt change my kernel. The zip flashed in recovery, and the commands you run in the terminal ran as they should and rebooted the phone, but thats all i got.

But It did change your kernel?
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But I did change your kernel?

No, it didnt
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