Thanks Meter 1138
Join Date: Sep 2010
Location: Canada's MOST UNFRIENDLY city: Toronto
DONATE TO ME
Ext3/4 support is already there. Otherwise, the system, data, cache partition wouldn't be able to mount at boot. If you're trying to mount an ext4 formatted hard drive, I think you might have to use the terminal. I can't verify this as I do have a 2TB external hard drive but no usb adapter. NTFS doesn't work? Does it work from the terminal? I think ad hoc is a Cyanognemod thing and not a kernel thing.
I made a backup on Feb 23rd with EFS and compression turned on. It worked.
Yes, I have tried doing TWRP 126.96.36.199 but I ran into an issue. The recovery image produced is too big to fit on the partition. I'll look into removing unnecessary files like the splash screen or the super user auto injector. (Do a google search for the zip.) That will happen at some point.
As for the kernel updates, I know I've been dragging out the update for a while. There are really only 2 small minor updates that need to be done: incorporate touch screen death fix, data usage fix. The first fix shouldn't be a problem for most people since I doubt many people do grep searches in the /sys folder. Please be aware I haven't forgotten about it but this comes down to certain *personal factors*.
And lastly, the tablet UI update is here.
Sony Tablet Z: (given to mom)
Galaxy S3 I9300:
Omni4.4.2; Devil Kernel 2; TWRP 188.8.131.52
Galaxy Tab 10.1 Wifi:
Omni4.4.2; MY A1 Kernel
V1.9; TWRP 184.108.40.206
Galaxy S I9000M: (given to mom)
MacKay CM11; TWRP
"It's the assumptions that kill you."
"All the gadgets in the world aren't as much fun as good friends."