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[KERNEL][EP1F/EP1H]NAMELESS Kernel v2 - EXT4/CWM4/BASH/NANO/ERRORFIX/ETC

20th July 2011, 02:03 AM   |  #1  
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Thanks:
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  • Grillrd
  • iamtyy
  • gunnermike53


  • EXT4 Support
  • Extra Storage Support
  • init.d Script Loading Support
  • Auto root Install
  • Auto shell install
  • Built-in root and BusyBox
  • Built-in fix_permissions Script
  • Built-in Bash & Nano Binaries
  • FC Prevention & Detection ( READ THIS POST FOR IMPORTANT DETAILS )
  • SD Card / Internal MMC Read Speed Tweak
  • CPU / VM / Kernel Tweaks
  • CWM4 Recovery
  • Charge Mode ADB access
  • Scheduler tweaks


  1. Use EXT4 Formatter (ALL version)
  2. Flash EP1F/EP1H GB ROM
    • Recovery being used must support mounting EXT4 partitions
    • Partitions should be mounted in CWMR before installation
    • If partitions not mounted in CWMR, ROM installation must support mounting EXT4 partitions
    • ROM must not reformat RFS during installation
  3. Flash NAMELESS Cleanup Script
  4. Flash NAMELESS Kernel
  5. Reboot
  6. Wait, grab a beer, forget about bills, your job, and misbehaving women



IMPORTANT

New in Version 2 is the NAMELESS Kernel Cleanup Script. The Kernel Cleanup Script is a script which MUST be run when coming from another kernel (including NAMELESS v1). This script should be flashed BEFORE installing NAMELESS v2. After using this script, you may notice that on the first boot after installing the kernel it may take a long time, this is normal.

Download: http://www.multiupload.com/N5NOEGXEVH

MIRROR: http://www.mediafire.com/?302ofs64v4ibp9l

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Version 2

NOTE: A problem has been detected with the recovery used in the Gummy Charged ODIN file. When using this recovery and trying to install this kernel, it will reboot the phone during installation, which is not good. This isn't a problem with the kernel, but a problem with the recovery. If you believe you are using this recovery, please flash the ODIN recovery below.

Changelog
  • init scripts completely rewritten
  • log disabled for fast boot
  • system now read-only for security
  • debugfs disabled
  • permissions fixed
  • bluetooth fixed
  • home/menu keys fixed
  • DBDATA/DATADATA symlink removed
  • fix_permissions script updated to support TW
  • CWMR updated to 4.0.1.4
    • Volume Up/Down keys go up/down through the menu's
    • Power button goes back a screen
    • Home button selects an option

EP1F: http://www.multiupload.com/HMNZGRI8Y1
  • Can be used with EP1F stock leak, or EP1F/EP1H mixed ROM's

MIRROR: http://www.mediafire.com/?g4cot4ugzxmlhmr

ODIN KERNEL (v2 EP1F): http://www.multiupload.com/M7UYRWDE4R (Remove .md5 extension)

ODIN RECOVERY (v2 EP1F): http://www.multiupload.com/31963EOUA0 (Remove .md5 extension)
  • Flash this first if you want to be on a functional EXT4 recovery. Then flash the ODIN kernel, or the regular CWM flash.

EP1H: http://www.multiupload.com/ZD87WPTFCT
  • Should be used with EP1H leak

MIRROR: http://www.mediafire.com/?0f89ej6fmjrt6ri

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Version 1

http://www.multiupload.com/0H97NLCFUV

MIRROR: http://www.mediafire.com/?h0j9rrbuc9lmhkk

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NOTE: There is no overclocking or core performance optimization made with this kernel. We do not currently have source to allow for such adventures and therefore you may see performance evaluations lesser than prior OS releases. If you acknowledge this, then you are also acknowledging the fact that you are by flashing this kernel running a cutting edge piece of software. As such, you should not expect nor fathom to be entitled to such performance characteristics of the aforementioned.

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20th July 2011, 02:08 AM   |  #2  
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I guess the file is still uploading? Anyway thank a lot for your work. I will try it!

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20th July 2011, 02:10 AM   |  #3  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by porlo

I guess the file is still uploading? Anyway thank a lot for your work. I will try it!

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It's possible I just put it up, though the DL links appear OK for me.
20th July 2011, 02:13 AM   |  #4  
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If we flash this, is there a way to return to the stock ep1f kernel easily? Like a cwm flashable zip?

I want to test but only if I can revert
20th July 2011, 02:17 AM   |  #5  
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You could use p3droids odin maker to back up kernal.

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20th July 2011, 02:19 AM   |  #6  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by timgt

If we flash this, is there a way to return to the stock ep1f kernel easily? Like a cwm flashable zip?

I want to test but only if I can revert

I'm sure odin the full stock EP1F will get the kernel back.


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20th July 2011, 02:28 AM   |  #7  
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Flashed using CWM 4.0.0.8, phone rebooted in 5 seconds, sat at the Samsung logo for a bit, and then booted up normal into Gummy GB. The FS is listed as RFS when I typed 'mount' in a terminal emulator.

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Quote:
Originally Posted by NotATreoFan

Flashed using CWM 4.0.0.8, phone rebooted in 5 seconds, sat at the Samsung logo for a bit, and then booted up normal into Gummy GB. The FS is listed as RFS when I typed 'mount' in a terminal emulator.

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Install process:
  • Use EXT4 Formatter (ALL version)
  • Flash Gummy Charged or other GB ROM
  • Flash NAMELESS kernel
  • Reboot
20th July 2011, 02:38 AM   |  #9  
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Originally Posted by navenedrob

Install process:

  • Use EXT4 Formatter (ALL version)
  • Flash Gummy Charged or other GB ROM
  • Flash NAMELESS kernel
  • Reboot

did these in this order even before you posted them but wondered 2 things will it matter if I used the first all ext4 format zip you posted and 2ndly how long are you supposed to experience the "boot loop"
20th July 2011, 02:41 AM   |  #10  
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If I'm on EE4 do I need to flash EP1F stock first?

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