Originally Posted by phimuskapsi
EDIT2: You CANNOT go from Tonsit to Imnuts kernel with just a CWM flash, I think this might be because of Ext4 but don't quote me on that. Just know that when I tried it it caused the framework to self-destruct and could not boot after installing the kernel.
not to call you out and to quote you on that
, but I've had positive success with going from Tonist to Imnuts (and back-and-forth) via CWM. the only issue that I have run into is going to stock FP1. Stock FP1 is RFS only. I'm currently on EXT4.
right now though, I'm running an experiment to see which of the 5 kernels (Stock FP1, Tonsit, 0502, 0504, 0524) gives me the best battery life.
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Originally Posted by dwitherell
Well tbh it's stuff like this that had 2.0 released as /system only. I've not had a problem with either of these kernels when bundled together, but this phone is nothing short of unpredictable, regardless of how careful you test things it seems. I'll go back to the /system-only approach for the next update - the only reason I changed was folks seemed to want the bundled stuff. While of course all of this stuff is use-at-own-risk and all know that, I haven't seen enough of a clamor with the kernel used here as the culprit yet to make any definitive claims either way. As always - sorry folks for the troubles - outside of testing out the other official pbj variants I've been using this particular pbj variant for the majority of the last 2ish months with no issue at all. I assumed all was well, but you know what they say about assuming I suppose.
I like the all-in-one packages - makes the process much more problem-free.
Primary Device: Motorola Razr M (XT907)
ROM: DeadRage; Energy
Previous Device: Samsung Droid Charge (SCH i510)
Kernel: Stock FP8