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[NEW][KERNEL][REPACK] FI27 repack 2 with AGAT tREC_v0.2.2 recovery 11/7/12

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18th October 2012, 04:15 AM   |  #1  
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For those of you who would like to run stock kernels with the builds
here is repacked FI27 kernel with my recovery and some init.rc edits.
SD card read speed.
Custom boot animation support
init.d support

Links:
AGAT_FI27_repack.tar flash with ODIN or Mobile ODIN
AGAT_FI27_repack.zip flash in recovery.

Did some edits in initramfs and run some tests.
Moved couple of apps to sd. After 5 reboots apps still working.
Tried to connect to pc in recovery.
ADB shell - works
Mount USB storage - works.
Hopefully it will work for all of you as well.
Links:
AGAT_FI27_repack.tar
AGAT_FI27_repack.zip

Enjoy the kernel.
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Yeeeeah!

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Thank you!!!!

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Woot~!! U da man!
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Agat you're a great dev and although I personally don't know you I know you're also a great guy by the work. Dedication. Passion. And how humble you are. I'm personally not running your ROM or kernel now but I'm sure its great based on past experience.

Can't wait to see what else you get into and develop *cough* jb kernels custom ROMs tweaks and beyond *

Cheers brother :beer:

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Originally Posted by tt281gt

Agat you're a great dev and although I personally don't know you I know you're also a great guy by the work. Dedication. Passion. And how humble you are. I'm personally not running your ROM or kernel now but I'm sure its great based on past experience.

Can't wait to see what else you get into and develop *cough* jb kernels custom ROMs tweaks and beyond *

Cheers brother :beer:

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Thus far I made a JB repack kernel with my recovery and it's working.
I made it on Garwynn's request and he has it for further testing.
I guess when JB is officially out and we have the source I can make kernel for it as well.
Why not?
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18th October 2012, 10:32 PM   |  #9  
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agat, flashing your stock repack FI27 kernel fixed my 4G download problem that I was experiencing earlier. Thanks again for releasing this~!!

On my previous try with the Tersus install, I was running Tersus, source-based FI27, EL29 modem and gettiing ~1Mbps download and 1.4Mbps upload.

With the only change being the stock repack FI27 kernel and keeping the EL29 modem, I now get these speeds.



These speeds are even better than my speeds with the GB Calkulin v3.0 ROM + EL29.


All is well and running very smoothly.

There is, however, one problem. Whenever I try to install the XDA forum app, I get the following error message:xda app couldn't install on usb storage or sd card.

Do you have any tips on how to fix this?
18th October 2012, 10:37 PM   |  #10  
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Originally Posted by optimummind

agat, flashing your stock repack FI27 kernel fixed my 4G download problem that I was experiencing earlier. Thanks again for releasing this~!!

On my previous try with the Tersus install, I was running Tersus, source-based FI27, EL29 modem and gettiing ~1Mbps download and 1.4Mbps upload.

With the only change being the stock repack FI27 kernel and keeping the EL29 modem, I now get these speeds.



These speeds are even better than my speeds with the GB Calkulin v3.0 ROM + EL29.


All is well and running very smoothly.

There is, however, one problem. Whenever I try to install the XDA forum app, I get the following error message:xda app couldn't install on usb storage or sd card.

Do you have any tips on how to fix this?

It has been talked about and discussed in few threads.
I never had that problem with app installation and never was able to recreate it.
There are few tips and workarounds like unmount sd card and than install or pull the sd card from the phone and try to install app.
However I can't tell you with certainty which approach will work for you.
Sorry.

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