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20th April 2012, 09:17 PM |#211  
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Any time i build with the 3.0 kernel it wont boot. It works if i use hashcode's. But as soon as i compile my own it doesnt boot. I'm using the same cross compiler he uses... So until I can get help or get a working build, you're not gonna see my aokp builds with a 3.0 unless you substitute it yourself.
 
 
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Hardware Acceleration?

It appears so.

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Any time i build with the 3.0 kernel it wont boot. It works if i use hashcode's. But as soon as i compile my own it doesnt boot. I'm using the same cross compiler he uses... So until I can get help or get a working build, you're not gonna see my aokp builds with a 3.0 unless you substitute it yourself.

I need to sync up the ics-aokp devtree with all of the changes to the CM devtree before this will probably work.

The other option is to embed the files from the latest flash.zip into your build and that should work as well.
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Hardware Acceleration?

You know.. a week ago.. a kitten would have died with this question.

Today, the kittens are alive and healthy..
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You know.. a week ago.. a kitten would have died with this question.

Today, the kittens are alive and healthy..

Lmao I love you hashcode. (No homo!)
22nd April 2012, 06:56 PM |#217  
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build 33 went live, just curious if you are gonna be updating this? (unless it already is my bad!)

it was supposed to fix some UI and statusbar FC issues people were having. they don't post much about the kfire but seem to "officially support" it. weird.
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build 33 went live, just curious if you are gonna be updating this? (unless it already is my bad!)

it was supposed to fix some UI and statusbar FC issues people were having. they don't post much about the kfire but seem to "officially support" it. weird.

+1 to this!

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build 33 went live, just curious if you are gonna be updating this? (unless it already is my bad!)

it was supposed to fix some UI and statusbar FC issues people were having. they don't post much about the kfire but seem to "officially support" it. weird.

AOKP has the older devtree for the Kindle Fire merged into its source (runs on the 2.6 gingerbread kernel). Once things get a bit more stable, I will submit the updated device tree.

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yes ill be updating this and the razorback build soon
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