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Any one please provide s2w kernel for our stock Rom please.......

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s2w kernel for our stock Rom please.......
sorry, but the stock kernel has no such
 
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So I will never use stock Rom again
 
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sorry, but the stock kernel has no such
with custom kernel is possible but i don't know how
 
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Any one please provide s2w kernel for our stock Rom please.......

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try this http://forum.xda-developers.com/devd...ct/dl/?id=4390

I'm using the second kernel. There are 4 kernels in the zip.
 
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try this http://forum.xda-developers.com/devd...ct/dl/?id=4390

I'm using the second kernel. There are 4 kernels in the zip.
Is these kernel working on our stock Rom android 2.3. :banghead:

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Is these kernel working on our stock Rom android 2.3. :banghead:

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sorry, I don't know. I'm using the 4.0 stock rom and it runs well with that kernel.
battery dies a little faster than the CM 11 rom.
 
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Instead of requesting things, you could get them done.

You have kernel compiling tutorials.

You (I assume), have a machine capable of running Linux.

You have an internet connection (evidently), so, you have access to kernel sources.

You have the commits for S2W here: https://github.com/cybojenix/android...commits/master

Then, why don't you make yourself a stock kernel with S2W, if you really want it?

Note: You here, refers to all those who want a stock kernel with S2W, but randomly turn up on this thread hoping someone else will do it. The fact is, no one will. You have to help yourselves.

Respects and regards,
<the person who doesn't care>.

P.S. Now that I've typed all this crap (which will (hopefully) guide you in the right direction), lemme give you some more info.

the himax8526a was never updated (i don't see a reason for it to be), except for once, by derefas to fix touch screen in sense 4.0, here: https://github.com/cybojenix/android...2579689d8053c4
so, s2w in stock kernel should be as easy as applying patches and building.

If you are too "lazy" to do that, the problem is with you. Not the community.
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