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18th March 2012, 10:16 AM   |  #1  
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I was flashing rage kernel v2.6 on my st15i. The screenshot below has this S1 partID......... which i pointed out. Does this mean there is something wrong with my ST15i. I'm not new to flashing kernels and roms. Please clarify.

18th March 2012, 09:57 PM   |  #2  
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Yes there is something wrong. That 179 counts the days that your device will eventually get bricked, it counts down to 0 then boom, you're officially ****ed.




























Actually im just trolling :P No there is nothing wrong, its just the hex address of the specific block in which the boot image is written on the internal memory of the phone. :P
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18th March 2012, 10:31 PM   |  #3  
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woof! I would have been runnin around the net if would not have read the last part. Thanks anyway.

So every time I flash a kernel different addresses are used OR a particular kernel uses only particular address ???
18th March 2012, 10:35 PM   |  #4  
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woof! I would have been runnin around the net if would not have read the last part. Thanks anyway.

So every time I flash a kernel different addresses are used OR a particular kernel uses only particular address ???

Depends on kernel, but mostly should stay same addresses.
Don't worry, if it is different, nothing bad will happen.
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I think its based upon the kernel. CM kernels might have a different address shown on there, Stock ones a different address and so on.

All these are speculations ofcourse, its what i make out of the lines. Its nothing to worry about :P
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Originally Posted by iamsuperuser

woof! I would have been runnin around the net if would not have read the last part. Thanks anyway.

So every time I flash a kernel different addresses are used OR a particular kernel uses only particular address ???

That address was absolute kernel blocks address.
0x00000148 - 0x00000179 = 32 blocks
1 block = 256KB
So kernel partition size :
32 x 256KB = 8192KB

Your device will doomed if you have alot of bad block.

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