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[Q] Will the Bulletproof Kernel work with ARHD 62.0?

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6th April 2014, 08:46 PM   |  #1  
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I just want to know before I flash.
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I just want to know before I flash.

Yes. Use 14.1.
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I just want to know before I flash.

Can you tell me if how did you flash that kernel.. I use revolution hd 62.00 too but I could not flash the kernel.. my tel restarts without errors

My tel is rooted and S-off

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Can you tell me if how did you flash that kernel.. I use revolution hd 62.00 too but I could not flash the kernel.. my tel restarts without errors

My tel is rooted and S-off

thnx

flash the kernel zip from custom recovery
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Can you tell me if how did you flash that kernel.. I use revolution hd 62.00 too but I could not flash the kernel.. my tel restarts without errors

My tel is rooted and S-off

thnx

thats the problem with aroma installer,.. if you got restart you must reflash arhd,. choose do not wipe (Dirty Flash), after complete boot go to recovery, choose wipe-advance wipe -tick dalvik cache and cache, then wipe, after complete you can flash the kernel,..
if tou want flash another kernel you must wipe dalvik and cache before flash kernel to ensure kernel will flash succesfull
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