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[Q] I want to change ROMs, but I don't want to delete the way my kernel is configured

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Post [Q] I want to change ROMs, but I don't want to delete the way my kernel is configured

Yes, I configured my ROMs kernel (current one)... But I Don't want to wipe out the changes I made. I want to install a new ROM, which of course will install a completely new kernel.

So... What I did to my kernel:
Through Ubuntu Terminal ADB, I got the /proc/config.gz and edited my kernel to optimize it for my external USB adapter. (My phone: Galaxy s4 i9505, my ROM: CyanogenMod 10.1 stable)

Here's the ROM I want to install:

So if anyone could reply if they know how to do kernel building and configuring and could help me, it would be VERY MUCH appreciated (: In fact, I might donate!

Current device:
  • Samsung Galaxy s4 AT&T EchoRom 4.3 TW

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Try trickster MOD kernel settings from the play store. Use the donate 1 to unlock the ability to save your kernel preferences. Just be sure to have the kernel you are running now in a zip file so you can flash it after your new ROM and then restore your settings through trickster mod. Good luck!!

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