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[KERNEL] Stock w/init.d support (stable, Great battery)

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By CallMeAria, Senior Member on 20th November 2011, 05:21 AM
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I'm out of testing phase but decided to keep this up. This is just a stock kernel with a modified ramdisk to allow the use of scripts in a init.d folder. Its nothing special other than that. Ill start digging into getting an OC kernel going now.

This will work with any Thrill rom. The only exception is on Thrill Seeker you must go into /system/etc/init.d and delete the file called "999switch"

While anything is possible, this kernel will NOT brick your phone. It fully boots and, as far as I can tell, runs fine. Ive also included the stock kernel in a flashable zip. You flash them the same way you would flash a rom. NO wiping of anything is needed.

CMA_Test Kernel
CMA-test Kernel
md5: d2fa00a256b08a8ee805c484d58091c1

Stock Kernel
Stock Kernel
md5: b4cfc8225d7f105d5d9c50171fb873ae
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20th November 2011, 05:57 AM |#2  
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I can confirm, everything works great.

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20th November 2011, 06:05 AM |#3  
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Removed kernel temporarily. Ill have a new upload up in a few.
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It works excellent, hyoungjin...

I'm ready to cosign when you get it back up...
20th November 2011, 06:17 AM |#5  
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It works excellent, hyoungjin...

I'm ready to cosign when you get it back up...

yeah its still the stock kernel (hence, hyoungjin ). just a modified ramdisk to see if it will boot (which it did).

Can you guys run cpu spy and see if the phone is sleeping? (those that got it before i pulled it :P )
20th November 2011, 06:29 AM |#6  
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Yup, deep sleep 60%... 13 of the last 24 or so minutes..
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Yup, deep sleep 60%... 13 of the last 24 or so minutes..

Thanks. What rom?

And kernel is back up for testing in first post (couldn't sleep).

I'd test it myself but the wifey unplugged my phone and now its completely dead and I can't find it...Ill have to ask her where it is in the morning :P
20th November 2011, 05:33 PM |#8  
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OP updated.

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20th November 2011, 06:36 PM |#9  
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Deep sleep works great, lol. Phone has been on an hour and 45 min was in deep sleep, phone only used 3% batt too.

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20th November 2011, 07:37 PM |#10  
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Is this 10e img?

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Originally Posted by CallMeAria

yeah its still the stock kernel (hence, hyoungjin ). just a modified ramdisk to see if it will boot (which it did).

Can you guys run cpu spy and see if the phone is sleeping? (those that got it before i pulled it :P )

Have you tested it on any GB roms? If not i'm thinking of trying it out, do you think there's any risk of breaking my phone if I do or is a bootloop the worst case scenario?

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