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[KERNEL]{S} Advanced Stock ICS Kernel Build 17 [08/12/12]

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24th June 2012, 04:06 PM   |  #11  
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Excuse my noob-ish question, but... what's the difference between a 'stock' kernel with recovery and a completely custom kernel like DoomLord's? Is it to do with core frequencies/governors?
24th June 2012, 04:15 PM   |  #12  
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Excuse my noob-ish question, but... what's the difference between a 'stock' kernel with recovery and a completely custom kernel like DoomLord's? Is it to do with core frequencies/governors?

Frequencies and governors are one possible customicing for kernels, for the most users the most important thing. also Kernel modifing can allows you init.d support, undervoltscripts and also allows (or denies) MSC support... and, for shure, clean out some tings, make things more efficiently and and and... a dev is nearly totaly free to create a very customiced kernel with or without special Driver support or so
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Frequencies and governors are one possible customicing for kernels, for the most users the most important thing. also Kernel modifing can allows you init.d support, undervoltscripts and also allows (or denies) MSC support... and, for shure, clean out some tings, make things more efficiently and and and... a dev is nearly totaly free to create a very customiced kernel with or without special Driver support or so

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24th June 2012, 04:51 PM   |  #14  
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cool.. well that's a hell of a lot easier than the manual route I was taking. This was my goal, but for personal rather than pseudo "xda glory" as I'm working with DooM's stuff I didn't feel right posting it without his permission, but he's probably too busy to care

go for it championswimmer

using someone's work just because 'he's too busy to care' is not the aim which we at xda strive for ...

i've already talked with Doomlord regarding using his recovery... and as long as I clearly mention it's his work and provide links back to his thread, he has no issues with anyone else using it...
(and i'll surely do that ^^ when i release a kernel containing his recovery, if i ever do that)
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24th June 2012, 05:09 PM   |  #15  
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using someone's work just because 'he's too busy to care' is not the aim which we at xda strive for ...

i've already talked with Doomlord regarding using his recovery... and as long as I clearly mention it's his work and provide links back to his thread, he has no issues with anyone else using it...
(and i'll surely do that ^^ when i release a kernel containing his recovery, if i ever do that)

cool, i was only making a bad joke, we all know DooM cares
24th June 2012, 05:50 PM   |  #17  
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lol.. ok

and i'll bring you some unicorns soon

I can't wait!
24th June 2012, 06:55 PM   |  #18  
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so this kernel has the ro.secure property in default.prop set to 0??
24th June 2012, 06:58 PM   |  #19  
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Tnaks mate for your job!
tested right now the test version and the sony logo fades and reboots
24th June 2012, 07:03 PM   |  #20  
can you plug it into a pc and run a logcat from command prompt and give me the output of any comes??

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