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[EC09][KERNEL]NAMELESS EC09 Kernel v1.1b Final - EXT4/CIFS/TUN/BusyBox/Root/FixPerms

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26th June 2011, 08:18 PM   |  #1  
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NAMELESS EC09 Kernel v1.1b Final

Credits: me, and nemesis2all (info, tools, etc) thanks!

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This kernel is based off of the EC09 leaked kernel with a repacked initramfs. Basically what it does is take the stock kernel and repackage it with some things we want. Thought I would throw something out to play with today, this will probably see a few more versions after user testing. Flash in CWM recovery.

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Features:
  • EXT4 Mounting Support
  • CIFS Module (untested)
  • TUN Module (untested)
  • init.d script support - works!
  • DBDATA/DATADATA symlink (restores usage of the original directory, fixes common script problems like fix_permissions)
  • FOTA & PREINSTALL rework - "Extra storage support" (find /extstorage1 & /extstorage2 in root, free internal user storage for saving files)
  • Reworked init files
  • SU/root (2.3.6.3 efgh + Latest Superuser.apk) automatically installed
  • Busybox (1.19) automatically installed
  • fix_permissions (2.04) automatically installed
  • Custom error detection script written by me, which scans the phone on boot for missing directories or files that cause common force closes, and fixes them, this happens every boot! never lose!
  • Custom init.d script with options to control the automatic install of root/busybox/fix_permissions, change values to stop function, but even if you delete the entire file, it will be restored on boot! never lose!
  • SD read speed tweak built-it
  • Kernel performance tweaks built-in

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Version 1.1b:

This version can and should be flashed over all other versions.

CHANGELOG
  • Minor update to some script files

http://www.mediafire.com/?gvmcw42grnh37x8

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Version 1.1:

CHANGELOG
  • Fixed init.d script loading
  • Custom error detection script
  • Automatic root install
  • Automatic busybox install
  • Automatic fix_permissions install
  • SD card read speed tweak
  • Kernel performance tweaks
  • Custom error detection
  • Updated BusyBox to 1.19

http://www.mediafire.com/?l0g3d5exz254bjr

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Version 1:

http://www.mediafire.com/?20at8ml0ryda4jf
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Does wifi work with this? I was testing one that Nemesis made a couple days ago and turning on wifi causes a hot boot.

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Does wifi work with this? I was testing one that Nemesis made a couple days ago and turning on wifi causes a hot boot.

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Should since that kernel is just providing ext4 support, not actually reformatting. A workaround for losing wifi after running ext4 formatter is to wipe data/factory reset. Thanks to killa for telling me about the work around.
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Can this be used with stock ECO9?
Will it allow cwm recovery to stay accessible? (rooted of course)

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Does wifi work with this? I was testing one that Nemesis made a couple days ago and turning on wifi causes a hot boot.

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Should, has correct permissions set. This was a precursor for the formatter, releasing that today also. With the new version there won't be that issue any more.
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okay so I'm running the ec 09 radio however I am running a froyo rom, will this kernel work?

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okay so I'm running the ec 09 radio however I am running a froyo rom, will this kernel work?

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okay so I'm running the ec 09 radio however I am running a froyo rom, will this kernel work?

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No this is a .35 gb kernel



There are.plenty of custom froyo kernels out there
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Should since that kernel is just providing ext4 support, not actually reformatting. A workaround for losing wifi after running ext4 formatter is to wipe data/factory reset. Thanks to killa for telling me about the work around.

Just in case there might be some confusion, the wipe data/factory reset workaround has to be done immediately after flashing the formatter and before flashing the rom/kernel. Or at least that is how it always worked for me. Thanks for the mention nemesis.
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