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[Q] Cyanogenmod Kernel

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9th June 2014, 01:37 AM   |  #1  
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Hi folks. I'd like to know if there is a way to restore the kernel that comes with CM11. I want to test furnace on CM11 (nightly- 20140607) but what if I don't like the results I get with Furnace? I should be able to go back to CM's stock kernel, right? Or should I re-flash the whole CM ROM to get the CM kernel? Thanks in advance.
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In the zip file you downloaded, there will be a file named boot.img . Just extract that file and flash it in fastboot ( with the command - fastboot flash boot boot.img) to return to the stock CM11 kernel

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In the zip file you downloaded, there will be a file named boot.img . Just extract that file and flash it in fastboot ( with the command - fastboot flash boot boot.img) to return to the stock CM11 kernel

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Will this delete something? Any setting or something like that? Thanks for your time.

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Will this delete something? Any setting or something like that? Thanks for your time.

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Well that would depend on the kernel. If the kernel you had flashed ( render, furnace etc.) had certain features (like double tap to wake, custom goverors etc.), they all will be restored to the stock setting of the CM kernel.
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Well that would depend on the kernel. If the kernel you had flashed ( render, furnace etc.) had certain features (like double tap to wake, custom goverors etc.), they all will be restored to the stock setting of the CM kernel.

Oh, I see. Thanks man
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