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Guys i need some advise. Can i flash custom kernel through recovery? I do not have any computer access at this moment. Therefore, Odin is totally out of topic.
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Guys i need some advise. Can i flash custom kernel through recovery? I do not have any computer access at this moment. Therefore, Odin is totally out of topic.
You can use dr ketan kernal flasher.

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Guys i need some advise. Can i flash custom kernel through recovery? I do not have any computer access at this moment. Therefore, Odin is totally out of topic.
Just use TWRP or CWM to flash is good.
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