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[KERNEL][SENSE][HTC STOCK] Stock Sense 2.3.3 Kernel

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20th July 2011, 12:03 AM   |  #1  
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This is the stock kernel split out of the 4.24.651.1 STOCK release. Untouched, unmodified, unmolested

THIS KERNEL IS FOR STOCK HTC SENSE 2.3.3 GINGERBREAD ONLY. I am NOT a developer, just someone who wants to give back and knows how to split a BOOT.IMG to get the zImage out of it.

Note: Some custom kernels include 'extras' in their zips that may make going back to stock impossible. Always nandroid if you have an install you don't want to lose. Also, Don't forget to wipe cache/dalvik after flashing.
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Stock kernel (unmodified) can now be found in the Kernel Manager app. Free/Paid versions on the Market. Wireless N version will not appear in the app as it isn't pure stock and thus not supported by anyone but yourself.

HTC KERNEL from 4.24.651.1 Release:
- 4.24.651.1 %100 STOCK (Kernel Manager mirror)
- 4.24.651.1 %100 STOCK (Mediafire mirror)
- 4.24.651.1 %100 STOCK (MultiUpload mirror)

HTC KERNEL + Wireless N from 4.24.651.1 Release:
- 4.24.651.1 %100 STOCK + Wireless N kernel module (Kernel Manager mirror)
- 4.24.651.1 %100 STOCK + Wireless N kernel module (Mediafire mirror)
- 4.24.651.1 %100 STOCK + Wireless N kernel module (MultUpload mirror)

Credit:
- TeamWin / Kernel Manager developers
- TeamWin / Bandwidth and Hosting providers
- Koush (AnyKernel scripts)
- MultiDev for the Wireless N modified kernel module.
- dsixda's HTC kitchen (allows me to be lazy and extract the kernel from boot.img with a few button presses.)
- Thanks: Everyone who owns an EVO 4G and isn't afraid to root.

GPL: HTC 2.3.3 Kernel source initial release: direct link or at developer.htc.com
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29th July 2011, 05:04 PM   |  #2  
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Note: You probably won't need these. At least not until we get a source for custom kernels.

These are stock kernels ripped out of the 4.22.651.2 and 4.24.651.1 STOCK releases. There is nothing fancy here. Decided to make this thread to make it easier to find. I did make these zips myself, but I believe there are others out there already.

Needs testing, I don't have an EVO right now. Thus, I'm bored so I made these. Should flash in any recovery.

Credit: Koush (AnyKernel scripts), MultiDev for the Wireless N modified kernel module.
Thanks: Everyone who owns an EVO 4G and isn't afraid to root.

THESE KERNELS ARE FOR STOCK SENSE 2.3.3 GINGERBREAD ONLY. We still don't have source code from HTC, so nothing has changed. I am NOT a developer, just someone who wants to give back and knows how to split BOOT.IMG to get the zImage out of them.

Don't forget to wipe cache/dalvik after flashing.

LATEST STOCK EVO RELEASE KERNEL:
- 4.24.651.1 %100 STOCK
- 4.24.651.1 %100 STOCK + Wireless N kernel module

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FIRST GINGERBREAD RELEASE KERNEL:
- 4.22.651.2 %100 STOCK
- 4.22.651.2 %100 STOCK + Wireless N kernel module

source code has been released today!

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1191582
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source code has been released today!

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1191582

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Thanks. I saw that earlier. I'll add notice to the original post.
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31st July 2011, 08:38 PM   |  #5  
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thanks Op. nice to have this to go back while we test new custom kernels.
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Thanks man. I actually need this now lol! btw are you the same guy that started github.com?
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No problem. And no relation to github.com ... that would be cool, however.

While I'm at it:
Please direct any and all donations / thanks / lulz to TeamWin members. These guys (among others) do the real dev work around these parts.

Going to re-upload, seems that some recoveries are giving errors. I'm going to update the update binary and script, this should fix it. You will have to redownload later on. I've changed the filenames so you can tell.

edit: fixed zips done uploading, links updated. I apologize.
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edit: fixed zips done uploading, links updated. I apologize.

Clicking the links is taking me to a MediaFire error page.

EDIT: Hmmm must've had a cached version, because now the OP looks completely different, and I'm willing to bet the links work. I guess you were still working on updating when I posted. Sorry!
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Yes indeed, I did a total rehaul of the OP, and uploaded new files that now flash fine (at least on my EVO).

Installed stock 4.24.651.1 ROM, flashed Lithid-CM's kernel, verified it was installed (had smartass governor and such). Rebooted, Flashed my stock kernel & wiped, rebooted and verified the stock kernel was installed from the Menu | About Phone | Software Information screen.

Should all be well now, sorry for any confusion
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I have rooted stock 4.24.651.1, do I need to download the stock kernel? Also will this allow hdmwin to work?

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