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[KERNEL][ODIN FLASHABLE]Stock Kernel For Gt i8552

17th October 2014, 08:19 PM   |  #11  
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When i install this kernel through odin i cant turn on wifi, how can i fix this?

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If your previous kernel was Gluon, you will need to restore a backup or reflash stock rom
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18th October 2014, 03:44 AM   |  #12  
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If your previous kernel was Gluon, you will need to restore a backup or reflash stock rom

Yes my previous is gluon, so i need to flash stock rom too?

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Yes my previous is gluon, so i need to flash stock rom too?

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Yes. That's because Gluon uses different modules for wi-fi and they aren't compatible with stock kernel. So, you need to reflash stock rom.
You could also extract the module from stock rom and replace it on your phone, but reflashing is more practical.
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Yes. That's because Gluon uses different modules for wi-fi and they aren't compatible with stock kernel. So, you need to reflash stock rom.
You could also extract the module from stock rom and replace it on your phone, but reflashing is more practical.

Its fixed now, i have restore my previous backup from cwm after installing stock kernel and its all good now, thanks to u

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