Originally Posted by AdamOutler
Kexec boots the device then reboots into another kernel. We are talking about a single kernel with a recovery built in, just like the Galaxy S series has had in the past. No kexec hacks. We aren't extending boot times. This method will work better than kexec.
Won't this require a full reflash for a new (or different from rom) kernel?
Maybe I have been spoiled with my DINC1 and on the fly flashing / unbricking my phone. :-\
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