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[KERNEL] 2.6.29.6-nAa-ics-04 [5/7/12] Custom ICS kernel + CWM Recovery

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Search no more. This is THE kernel for your ICS X10minipro.


Before unlocking your bootloader, read this thread
If you brick your device, you are the sole responsible.




Preface:
  • If you use this kernel on a gingerbread ROM, I will laugh at your noobness
  • If you use this kernel on a stock ROM, it will cook you dinner


Features:
  • Forked from nAa-11
  • Built with linaro-4.7.1 toolchain
  • Full ICS support
  • CWM-Based Recovery 5.5.0.4
  • Genlock: backported from CAF 3.0
  • Socinfo and internal_power_rail ported from CAF 3.0
  • KGSL version 3.8 (1.2): backported from CAF 3.0 / Latest SE sources
  • netfilter: add xt_qtaguid table support for network statistics
  • netfilter: ported xt_connmark xt_mark xt_quota2 xt_TPROXY from latest SE sources
  • binder: backported from CAF 3.0
  • SmartassV2 bugfixes
  • Bluetooth tethering support
  • ICS ramdisk and related fixes
  • KSM backported from latest SE sources / fixes from CAF 3.0


FAQ:
If you have any issues, please read the FAQ thread first: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1575831


Requirements:

Install:

Uninstall:
  • Flash back to stock using Flashtool or SEUS.


Sources:
The linux kernel is GPL'ed, everyone who does modifications should make them publicly available.
https://github.com/nobodyAtall/nAa-kernel-ics

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Donations are voluntary but allow me to spend more time on this project.



Disclaimer:
I can't be held responsible if this Kernel bricks your device or makes it explode in your hands! Use it at your own risk!
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Changelog:

nAa-ics-04
  • Built with linaro-4.7.1 toolchain
  • Ramdisk improvements
  • Tune dirty_background_ratio and vm_dirty_ratio
  • A bit more ram reclaimed
  • Better dual touch for mimmi

nAa-ics-03
  • Updated recovery: CWM-Based Recovery 5.5.0.4
  • Latest busybox from ICS sources
  • Some more RAM (185MB total ram reported by ICS)
  • Ramdisk optimizations
  • yaffs2 updates
  • cleancache and support for ext3/4
  • msm_rotator updates
  • Binder bugfixes
  • kgsl impovements and tuning
  • genlock updates

nAa-ics-02
  • msm_mdp: Ported from CAF 3.0
  • MDP_Y_CBCR_H2V2_ADRENO ported from CAF 3.0
  • kgsl: power management and improvements
  • Pmem support for camera
  • New cool kernel boot animation instead of static logo

nAa-ics-01
  • Forked from nAa-11
  • Full ICS support
  • Genlock: backported from CAF 3.0
  • Socinfo and internal_power_rail ported from CAF 3.0
  • KGSL version 3.8 (1.2): backported from CAF 3.0 / Latest SE sources
  • netfilter: add xt_qtaguid table support for network statistics
  • netfilter: ported xt_connmark xt_mark xt_quota2 xt_TPROXY from latest SE sources
  • binder: backported from CAF 3.0
  • SmartassV2 bugfixes
  • Bluetooth tethering support
  • ICS ramdisk and related fixes
  • KSM backported from latest SE sources / fixes from CAF 3.0
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nAa-ics-02 for the mimmi is released!

Use it with MiniCM9 for best results

Enjoy!
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Hopefully it will work, suprised that it was released today!
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The best kernel for ICS go go go nAa your the best...........AND THANKS
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Amazing nAa! You did it again. Sadly my MP will never taste ICS as. Its USB port is broken and cannot be flashed... But still, thank you for taking the time and effort to get this working

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Originally Posted by x10man

Amazing nAa! You did it again. Sadly my MP will never taste ICS as. Its USB port is broken and cannot be flashed... But still, thank you for taking the time and effort to get this working

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You should look into making kernel flashing via CWM work
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FAQ direct link and last Questions
Read Before Asking Please

FAQ for MiniCM9 and nAa kernel
reading may answer to lots of your questions !
for X10mini, X8 & x10miniPRO


  • i decided to create a new thread dedicated to Q&A about miniCM9
  • this thread is the place of your questions, answers, tips about miniCM9 and nAa ics kernel
  • so please, as usual, read FAQ, use search option or anything else before asking commonly answered questions
  • the FAQ will be incremented when needed
  • the Q&A is written as Q are asked



something else that is useful to read before asking :
Here we (nearly all? XDA members, regardless of being devs or only users [like me], me at least ) don't care about your good/bad English the important is trying to be understood and to understand the content of the threads
only ask things you can't find, or you don't understand, please if you don't understand something in any process tell us exactly where is your problem : it will optimize the answer

sometime rephrasing things can make you understand better, feel free to help us for making the most understandable sentence for anybody
BUT if you don't make the effort to read, I won't make the effort to answer (ok, you can't read everything... but read the minimum )


Chatroom for support is now available (http://minicm.ie.tc/)
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clic here for : FAQ

this post will be updated with the very last Questions added to FAQ about the KERNEL for quick view


4/ why flastool doesn't flash the kernel i choose? (any version)
  1. when there are lots of kernel builds in flashtool firmware folder, flashed kernel might not be the right one,
  2. to void this, create a folder in it, cut/paste all your previous kernel there
  3. and only keep the one you want to flash in the firmware folder
  4. then, start flastool and process flashing operations
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