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Exclamation [Q] OmniRom 4.4.2 Kernel

Ok guys, the rom is awesome. Installed it on my HTC One... But: Changing the Kernel is really hard and you cant enjoy it... cause of one bad bug.

First, i installed the ElementalX Kernel for 4.4.2... jep, not usable... graphic-bugs whilst opening apps. Also the start-menue (reboot, power off, etc...) doesnt display itself.
There are black stripes all over the lower part of the display...

Okay, restored the default kernel: Everything good.

Installing all other 4.4.2 HTC One kernels: Same bug every time...


Is there any way to install kernels without this damned bug?

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Ok guys, the rom is awesome. Installed it on my HTC One... But: Changing the Kernel is really hard and you cant enjoy it... cause of one bad bug.

First, i installed the ElementalX Kernel for 4.4.2... jep, not usable... graphic-bugs whilst opening apps. Also the start-menue (reboot, power off, etc...) doesnt display itself.
There are black stripes all over the lower part of the display...

Okay, restored the default kernel: Everything good.

Installing all other 4.4.2 HTC One kernels: Same bug every time...


Is there any way to install kernels without this damned bug?

Greets: Reavie
Kernels other than the one included with omni are not supported, as the team can't test every kernel in existence.

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