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Hey everybody, i have pretty much come to know all there is to know about rooting and flashing roms,etc. (all thanks to everybody on xda). but i have zero knowledge about kernels. i want to get a kernel on my tiktak google plus editing 4.4.2 rom, but, I'm not sure what one to get(as in compatibility). could someone please knowledge me about what kernels are compatible and how i can tell if they work with my rom or any other ones in the future? thanks for any help.
DROID X----HTC REZOUND----DROID RAZR----HTC ONE



HTC ONE: UNLOCKED-S-OFF
HBOOT-1.56.0000(UNLOCKED)
RECOVERY:TWRP 2.7.0.1
ROM:tiKtaK GPE 4.4.2
KERNEL:Elite Lunar Kernel
 
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Hey everybody, i have pretty much come to know all there is to know about rooting and flashing roms,etc. (all thanks to everybody on xda). but i have zero knowledge about kernels. i want to get a kernel on my tiktak google plus editing 4.4.2 rom, but, I'm not sure what one to get(as in compatibility). could someone please knowledge me about what kernels are compatible and how i can tell if they work with my rom or any other ones in the future? thanks for any help.
You could try our elite lunar kernel. We have aosp, gpe, and sense versions. Feel free to post on that thread if you get hung up.

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