Just a question.... I would like to use fera ics as daily Rom, but I actually need a working camera, at least sometimes. So, while waiting for it to work in ics, I was thinking of making a backup of ics Rom and of feralab v20, in order to switch from the first to the second one any time camera is needed...
But the problem is kernel... Does any of you know if there is any kernel suitable for both ics and stock roms? Or if there is a kexec function in android kernel to launch a kernel from another one or any app exists to choose which kernel must be launched while booting.
Such features would be very useful, because I could avoid the need to flash a new kernel (which requires flashtool and a pc) while switching from ics to gingerbread and back and I could definitely use the camera even when along... Just 5 minutes to restoring feralab v20
Sorry for such a long post, but I am still reading a lot about android and I have to learn too many things,
---------- Post added at 11:16 PM ---------- Previous post was at 11:06 PM ----------
Oh, I see there is a multiboot for android too. That could be an easier way to switch from a Rom to another, but still the kernel's matter stands...
---------- Post added 13th June 2012 at 12:14 AM ---------- Previous post was 12th June 2012 at 11:16 PM ----------
ok, there should be an option in boot manager to choose the kernel to be loaded, though I can't find it yet.