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{KERNEL - DEV} (Open Source Kernel) XpLoDWilD's PopAds Kernel- NOTE IS BACK!(30.4.12)

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22nd April 2012, 03:10 AM   |  #171  
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I have never had issues with cwm and frankly never heard of redpill until I tried to restore a ics nandroid on aosp using lp1 repackaged kernal and it ****ed the system and soft bricked my note. Only way back to salvation was redpill.

And by far the best method for going back and forth from gb to ics currently is redpill. Not that Odin isn't an option. Just what I have gathered from using ics since the first leak ...

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22nd April 2012, 07:00 AM   |  #172  
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I've always found CWM to be more reliable in terms of nandroids than any other recovery. The most frequent thing to break in alternative recoveries is nandroid restore for whatever reason.

Properly repacked kernels with CWM do fine - CF-Root with 5.0.2.7 has been no problem for me on Gingerbread, and 5.5.0.4 has been working great on CM9.

Currently:
Video hwaccel - working
GPS - Working, although GLONASS is either not being used or just reporting as not locked even though it is. Samsung's sat status interface in ICS is mangled, I need to bring gpswrapper over to this device to see what the deal is.
Stylus - Working with apps like Quill that support the standard Android 4.0 stylus API. (Haven't really tested anything else, but I know S-Pen API apps will not work and it's going to stay that way.)
Camera - untested, probably not working, I tried to implement Torch and it did not play well

Wow thank you for the incredible progress bro and for the detailed updates!!

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22nd April 2012, 09:09 AM   |  #173  
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Entropy youre awesome!!!

But do you know whats happening with leaked ICS kernels and cwm? Bwcause it seems that it isnt working as it should

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updated OP with the latest progress Thanks entropy
22nd April 2012, 05:16 PM   |  #175  
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Entropy youre awesome!!!

But do you know whats happening with leaked ICS kernels and cwm? Bwcause it seems that it isnt working as it should

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No clue... I think the one xplod hardbricked with got pulled due to hardbricks. Chainfire's repacks seem OK from what I've heard.

Probably whoever repacked the kernel screwed up for those where CWM doesn't work right.
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22nd April 2012, 05:25 PM   |  #176  
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No clue... I think the one xplod hardbricked with got pulled due to hardbricks. Chainfire's repacks seem OK from what I've heard.

Probably whoever repacked the kernel screwed up for those where CWM doesn't work right.

ICS CWMR is wonky for everyone, main issue being its restore function (doesn't restore backups properly or not at all).
22nd April 2012, 06:05 PM   |  #177  
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Entropy, is it difficult to inject CWM Recovery into a kernel? I'm asking this because we have a new ICS kernel (ZCLP6) but it has no Recovery at all.
22nd April 2012, 06:13 PM   |  #178  
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Entropy, is it difficult to inject CWM Recovery into a kernel? I'm asking this because we have a new ICS kernel (ZCLP6) but it has no Recovery at all.

Entropy has a kernal guide in the i777 forum and there is also one here in the note general or dev section by a guy. And they talk about adding root and cwm to lp6...

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22nd April 2012, 06:36 PM   |  #179  
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I apologize, I wasn't clear enough in my previous post. ZCLP6 mentioned is already rooted, but has no Recovery.
22nd April 2012, 06:45 PM   |  #180  
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I know its rooted just saying they are discussing repacking with both root and cwm

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