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Re: [CM7/MIUI Kernel][KANG][APR18][NEW] ETaNa v3.0.y with Spica (c) OTF ToolKit

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By Najmuddin NP, Senior Member on 21st April 2012, 04:13 AM
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Am new to android so plz correct me if am wrong.
1.Does this kernel have any bugs?
2.And if yes which would be a stable kernel for cm 7

Am experiencing network drops and battery is acting kinda weird like one moment it will be on 90 and the other it will be 80 ( and yeah I have calliberated after charging it to 100% ). Is there anyone else with this problem.. sorry I didn't have the patience for reading this entire thread. ( sorry for my bad English. ) So please help..

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21st April 2012, 06:45 PM |#2  
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Am new to android so plz correct me if am wrong.
1.Does this kernel have any bugs?
2.And if yes which would be a stable kernel for cm 7

Am experiencing network drops and battery is acting kinda weird like one moment it will be on 90 and the other it will be 80 ( and yeah I have calliberated after charging it to 100% ). Is there anyone else with this problem.. sorry I didn't have the patience for reading this entire thread. ( sorry for my bad English. ) So please help..

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Hello I installed this kernel looks on cm7 and have not had any problems, bugs or viruses, is very stable and has frequent updates!
22nd April 2012, 04:10 AM |#3  
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From what I have read in that thread, that kernel has a bug that makes /system read-only. There's also a workaround to fix it, though.

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22nd April 2012, 05:24 AM |#4  
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From what I have read in that thread, that kernel has a bug that makes /system read-only. There's also a workaround to fix it, though.

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Not for me I always can set R/W for /system this kernel work like a charm.
23rd April 2012, 03:58 AM |#5  
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But what does R/W has to do with battery level fluctuations.. network is kind of stable now. But the battery level fluctuations are occurring as usual. Am I the only one with this kind of weird problem ...

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23rd April 2012, 06:05 AM |#6  
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Really good kernel.. that's what holding me back from flashing another kernel.. please some one help..

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23rd April 2012, 12:21 PM |#7  
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Yes this Kernel is good, but he have the r/w issue...

Because that, i use the ETaNa 2.6 Kernel. He runs also very nice and have a good battery life
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Perhaps the DS battery driver was causing the problem with the weird battery readings... just flashed a kernel without it everythings back to normal.

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Yes this Kernel is good, but he have the r/w issue...

Because that, i use the ETaNa 2.6 Kernel. He runs also very nice and have a good battery life

Try to install new superuser from play store it solved my problem about system R/W.
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