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[StockKernel][Fw14.3.A.0.757]For Bootload locked/unlocked in zip flashable[09/05/2014

10th May 2014, 07:33 AM |#1  
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Hi at all,
It's just the StockKernel for rom based on Fw14.3.A.0.757 in flashable zip...


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- Have a recovery
- Have a D5503 with a rom based on Fw 14.3.A.0.757
- Have this kernel 757 in your sd or sd1
- The phone should not be hot (after heavy use eg)
- The battery must be charged
- Made a backup of your phone


Installation:
- Enter in your recovery
- If you come from an previous firmeware...
- Flash this zip in your recovery after the rom, based on Fw14.3.A.0.757

Or
- if you're already on a rom "Fw14.3.A. 0.757" with a custom kernel...
- You can flash this kernel in your recovery and if you want re-lock your bootload you can after have flashed this StockKernel.zip...


Download:

KERNEL:

14.3.A.0.757-Stock Kernel:
StocKernel757-[Z1C-D5503]-for-lockedbootload.zip - 8.52 MB

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Hi, I have an unlocked bootloader and a custom kernel. If I flash this, do I still have a recovery afterwards?

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11th May 2014, 01:20 PM |#4  
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Hi, I have an unlocked bootloader and a custom kernel. If I flash this, do I still have a recovery afterwards?

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Hi,
No of recovery inside this kernel but there has many rom stock With recovery included...
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No of recovery inside this kernel but there has many rom stock With recovery included...

you mean to say.. a stock kernel with a recovery
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Not for bootload locked...

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you mean to say.. a stock kernel with a recovery

The recovery lies in system space then. That's a bit unfortunate if you manage to completely destroy the system, but with an unlocked bootloader you can still flash a new boot.img with recovery if that happens. At least you don't have to remember to reflash the dual recovery zip everytime you flash a new ROM when it's already integrated.
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