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In CWM mount and storage please tell me what all should be mounted for someone whose running F3 smoothly.
I was running well and tried to reflash to see if avi. recognition problem was Fusion related. Now getting bootloops after flashing F3 from stock KH3 adding Boog kernel with odin.

AVI files didn't play in stock KH3 either by the way. I guess I hadn't checked it.
I too am bootlooping after flashing from stock KH3.
 
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I too am bootlooping after flashing from stock KH3.
I was doing the Galaxy S bootloop, and this is what I did to get in it and then recover
1) To reproduce the bootloop
Start out in Fusion II
In CWM - reset data to factory defaults and flash Fusion III
2) To recover from the Galaxy S bootloop (basically start from scratch)
- from the bootloop - 3 get into CMW with the 3 button reset - reset data to factory defaults, clear dalvik cache and clear cache
- reflash i897 bootloaders ( probably not necessary but it takes a couple of mins ) from odin
- flash i897UCK noboot from odin - I didn't get the bootloop at this step
- flash Boog's kernel to get CWM
- reset data to factory defaults, clear Dalvik cache
- flash Fusion II from CWM and boot up
- From CWM clear Dalvik cache, format /dbdata ( shouldn't need to, but I did ), clear cache
- flash Fusion III from CWM

I am sure that there are steps in this list that aren't needed, but this got me out of the Galaxy S bootloop. I hope this helps

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I was doing the Galaxy S bootloop, and this is what I did to get in it and then recover
1) To reproduce the bootloop
Start out in Fusion II
In CWM - reset data to factory defaults and flash Fusion III
2) To recover from the Galaxy S bootloop (basically start from scratch)
- from the bootloop - 3 get into CMW with the 3 button reset - reset data to factory defaults, clear dalvik cache and clear cache
- reflash i897 bootloaders ( probably not necessary but it takes a couple of mins ) from odin
- flash i897UCK noboot from odin - I didn't get the bootloop at this step
- flash Boog's kernel to get CWM
- reset data to factory defaults, clear Dalvik cache
- flash Fusion II from CWM and boot up
- From CWM clear Dalvik cache, format /dbdata ( shouldn't need to, but I did ), clear cache
- flash Fusion III from CWM

I am sure that there are steps in this list that aren't needed, but this got me out of the Galaxy S bootloop. I hope this helps

Fusion III is a great rom, thanks for all your hard work
Similar to my route. Came from miui. Had to dl 1.5 and III. Odin for kernel from OP. Then cleared dalvik, wiped and flashed Fusion 1.5. Rebooted and then flashed III from rcovery. Already had GB bootloaders and came from ext4. All is well .

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Go to the Market and get "Download all files", it's free, run it once and your done!

Worked for me when I had the same problem....later
Thanks very much I will get it and try it out.

Edit: It worked beautifully thanks again.
 
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Hmm... it was my understanding that you can mix and match ROM to kernel, but not modem to kernel. And that a ROM will run no matter who, but the user risks causing bugs since the language/addresses are slightly different.
Some will run, but not always. And some of what I have seen here on gingerbread, even involves the kernel versioning that samsung uses. the "CL461307" at the end of our kernel version will always have to say that (at least for KH3).

Found it when playing with some of the kernel stuff that existz was working on for the JVB-JVO i9000 builds. One wasn't happy on the other without the "version magic" (that is what existz calls it). That's my understanding of it. Also why the KF1 kernel wouldn't work for us on KH3 (also probably because of some of the other updates samsung did, like wifi drivers).

I think many of the differences are in the initramfs, I need to start tinkering/digging more to see if I can find any more info.
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Yeah. Flash F2 then F3 to end loop

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Some will run, but not always. And some of what I have seen here on gingerbread, even involves the kernel versioning that samsung uses. the "CL461307" at the end of our kernel version will always have to say that (at least for KH3).
I see, so that's one more item to add to the "not in GB" list.
SGS I897 info: ROM-Is Here Kernel-(custom The Collective built) Modem-same...

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Some will run, but not always. And some of what I have seen here on gingerbread, even involves the kernel versioning that samsung uses. the "CL461307" at the end of our kernel version will always have to say that (at least for KH3).

Found it when playing with some of the kernel stuff that existz was working on for the JVB-JVO i9000 builds. One wasn't happy on the other without the "version magic" (that is what existz calls it). That's my understanding of it. Also why the KF1 kernel wouldn't work for us on KH3 (also probably because of some of the other updates samsung did, like wifi drivers).

I think many of the differences are in the initramfs, I need to start tinkering/digging more to see if I can find any more info.

I'd really like to find a compatible I9000-based kernel to use with KF1 or KH3 roms. My phone always seems to like the I897 roms better (the new I9000 GB roms almost always have the charging bug, and occasional wifi reboot/bootloop bug on my phone), but I wish I could use the I9000 KC1 modem as it's the only one I've found that is fast enough for me to play on Xbox live on my army band's tour bus! The last tour I did I was using Cog4 and speedmod kernel with KC1, I read that bluetooth clarity may suffer with this setup but I hardly ever use it anyway so it wasn't an issue. If anybody has any ideas I'd be glad to hear them, I'm about to hit the road for another 35-day tour in about a month.
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