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Post removed no more work planned I don't need the aggravation.
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4th January 2012, 02:21 AM |#2  
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Just downloaded. Will install in a minute.
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I guess I will be the noob first. What is the gpl? And what is the difference in the2? And how do I install this, do I just flash it? Or do I unroot then install?

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4th January 2012, 02:35 AM |#4  
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I guess I will be the noob first. What is the gpl? And what is the difference in the2? And how do I install this, do I just flash it? Or do I unroot then install?

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research.

It is flashed like a rom no special preparations should be necessary like I said this is a test release don't go bricking your device
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Many thanks! Hope to see some of the features in thor's recovery ported to a GPL compliant recovery (mainly OC and ability to see internal & external
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I thought I understood this stuff but maybe I don't. CWM is just recovery, and doesn't run on a kernel, no? I have CWM installed and can flash any kernel, yes?

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I thought I understood this stuff but maybe I don't. CWM is just recovery, and doesn't run on a kernel, no? I have CWM installed and can flash any kernel, yes?

Bob

Every recovery has a kernel in it. It needs that to work properly. The kernel inside of it though can be different then the one you use with Android.
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Seems to work perfectly. Thanks!

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Hm, this recovery looks good. I've got an Acer 501, so I'm going to test it as soon as I copy it over. Hopefully it doesn't brick! :P
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Haha as long as you wont be using your 3g radio in recovery you'll do fine blazingwolf reports that the nandroid features are broken so be aware of that
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