Originally Posted by ace7196
Assuming they're compatible with each other, ROM then kernel, always. All ROMS (released to public?) have a kernel in them already. Otherwise they wouldn't work!
Rom first, then flash compatible custom kernal.
Verizon Motorola Xoom 4G LTE MZ602 Rooted w/CM10 Official Nightlies
Verizon Samsung Galaxy S III MB1 Base Band/Rooted/Bootloader Unl- w/Hyperdrive RLS14/Zues v5 Kernel
T-Mobile LG G2X - CyanogenMOD 7.2.0Stable P999
Nexus One - CyanogenMOD 7 Stable
HP Touchpad 32GB - Dual Boot - WebOS 3.0.5 & CM9 Official Nightlies
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