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Default [KERNEL][STOCK][Xperia T/TX][gregkernel][Rooted/CMW]

Introducing

gregkernelV2
[Stock based-7.0.A.3.195] [LT30p]
[Stock based-7.0.A.3.197] [LT29i]


No claims, no nonsense, just a trusted source. Its just something I did and thought I should share
Feedback is actively encouraged

Features

Full changelog in post 2
Based on [STOCK KERNEL][LT30p][7.0.A.3.195]
Based on [STOCK KERNEL][LT29i][7.0.A.3.197]
Rooted
CMW installed
Custom boot screen, not very good at the moment, but I am working on it.
Installation

Via fastboot (So your bootloader needs to be unlocked, obviously)

Xperia T
Code:
  • fastboot flash boot gregkernelV2.elf
  • Then flash the root package attached to install SU app and Busybox
Xperia TX
Code:
  • fastboot flash boot gregkernelTXV0.2.elf
  • Then flash the root package attached to install SU app and Busybox
Credits

Champioshipswimmer I have pestered him about how to extract and compile kernels.
DooMLoRD for lots of help in the past (and hopefully the future) he is the main guy!
Androxyde, Bin4ry, zidzhu, blagus, the_laser and many more for their tireless work on the Xperia line of phones.
lzyllp I looked at your kernel when I ran into problems.
Download

Xperia T
gregkernelV2
gregkernelV2.elf - 7.94 MB
gregkernelV1
gregkernelV1.elf - 7.93 MB

Xperia TX
gregkernelTX-V2
gregkernelV2.elf - 7.94 MB
Disclaimer

As usual, I am not responsible for turning your beloved phone into a bookend, please read and educate yourself fully before attempting any mod on your phone. And if you drop it down the toilet it has nothing to do with me


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[KERNEL][STOCK][Xperia T/TX][gregkernel][Rooted/CMW], a Kernel for the Sony Xperia T

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Status: Stable

Created 2013-09-16
Last Updated 2013-09-16
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How to get root on Xperia Z1 with KitKat 4.4.2, 4.4.3 & 4.4.4

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If you are still unsure, watch this.
 

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Code:
gregkernelV2
Improved bootsplash logo.

gregkernelV1 initial release
Based on [STOCK KERNEL][LT30p]7.0.A.3.195
Rooted
CMW installed
Custom boot screen, not very good at the moment, but I am working on it.

How to get root on Xperia Z1 with KitKat 4.4.2, 4.4.3 & 4.4.4

If you are unsure, then read this.
If you are still unsure, watch this.
 

My contributions.
If I have seen further it is by standing on the shoulders of giants. Sir Isaac Newton

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[Xperia Z1]
You are free to share my work, but please provide the correct credits and a link to my original thread.


 
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How to get root on Xperia Z1 with KitKat 4.4.2, 4.4.3 & 4.4.4

If you are unsure, then read this.
If you are still unsure, watch this.
 

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If I have seen further it is by standing on the shoulders of giants. Sir Isaac Newton

[X10] | [NEO] | [Xperia T/TX] |
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Can you give us an overview of what you did with your kernel? I.e. What functions have you put in and/or what you took out of it?.

Like oc, uv/ov, and this like that.
Would greatly appreciate it.

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Can you give us an overview of what you did with your kernel? I.e. What functions have you put in and/or what you took out of it?.

Like oc, uv/ov, and this like that.
Would greatly appreciate it.

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I did, its in the features, I took nothing out, and only put in root and recovery. Also, I changed the bootsplashsceen, (But it doesnt look good at the moment and i am working on making that better)

I will start loking at OC/UV/governers/IO schedulers etc in the future...this is a learning curve for me as well.

How to get root on Xperia Z1 with KitKat 4.4.2, 4.4.3 & 4.4.4

If you are unsure, then read this.
If you are still unsure, watch this.
 

My contributions.
If I have seen further it is by standing on the shoulders of giants. Sir Isaac Newton

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[Xperia Z1]
You are free to share my work, but please provide the correct credits and a link to my original thread.


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My bad, didn't realize that was what you did. Anyway i look forward to any future work you may deliver.
And it's not bad that you're learning, hell I was thinking of trying to do that too but haven't had the chance yet.

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I am from 3.195 and from an unlocked bootloader back to (re-)locked bootloader (tested with update service) and then flashed the phone to 1.303

You also wrote in the "Full rooting.."-thread:
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Originally Posted by gregbradley
1. flash a 303 firmware (If you are already on it, no need)
2. Root phone.
3. Install cmw for for locked bootloader.
4. Install my 195 rom
I rooted the phone agin with Bin4ry's scripts and then i wanted to flash your kernel:


FAILED (remote: The Device must be rooted first)

The device is rooted and I installed CWM again, next try:

FAILED (remote: The Device must be rooted first)

what's wrong?

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I am from 3.195 and from an unlocked bootloader back to (re-)locked bootloader (tested with update service) and then flashed the phone to 1.303

You also wrote in the "Full rooting.."-thread:

I rooted the phone agin with Bin4ry's scripts and then i wanted to flash your kernel:


FAILED (remote: The Device must be rooted first)

The device is rooted and I installed CWM again, next try:

FAILED (remote: The Device must be rooted first)

what's wrong?

Thanks for help.
In this case rooted means unlocked bootloader.
If your phone has locked bootloader you CANNOT flash custom kernels.

If you want custom kernels then unlock your bootloader.
If you want a locked bootloader and root then follow the guide for rooting locked bootloaders in the all in one thread from my signature

How to get root on Xperia Z1 with KitKat 4.4.2, 4.4.3 & 4.4.4

If you are unsure, then read this.
If you are still unsure, watch this.
 

My contributions.
If I have seen further it is by standing on the shoulders of giants. Sir Isaac Newton

[X10] | [NEO] | [Xperia T/TX] |
[Xperia Z1]
You are free to share my work, but please provide the correct credits and a link to my original thread.


 
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In this case rooted means unlocked bootloader.
If your phone has locked bootloader you CANNOT flash custom kernels.

If you want custom kernels then unlock your bootloader.
If you want a locked bootloader and root then follow the guide for rooting locked bootloaders in the all in one thread from my signature
My phone has had an unlocked bootlader. I wanted back to an locked bootloader und your posting does not says anything about unlockig the bootloader.

If you would have pointed out this I never would have tried out you kernel, because my phone has had 3.195 with root and kernelV4

Thanks for nothing, you don't help with half of the important information they are indispensable for using your kernel.
 
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My phone has had an unlocked bootlader. I wanted back to an locked bootloader und your posting does not says anything about unlockig the bootloader.

If you would have pointed out this I never would have tried out you kernel, because my phone has had 3.195 with root and kernelV4

Thanks for nothing, you don't help with half of the important information they are indispensable for using your kernel.
Reading is a wonderful thing
Quote:
.img/.elf
These are kernel files. They can be flashed in fastboot.
Quote:
Part 3. Unlocking bootloader
You must do this to install custom Kernels.
Follow the official guide from Sony. This is currently the only way to do it.
The above are taken from the noobs guide of the all in one thread.

This is from the first hit in a google search
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1508585
Quote:
Kernels

WTF is a kernel?
The kernel is the communication bridge between software and hardware, is the most important part of any OS.

All OS have a kernel, even windows and iOS but since android its based on linux the kernel must be a GPL. So manufacturer must be public the source code of the kernel and third party devs can compile and modify it.

Now since SE decided to open the bootloader of certain devices (and the_laser find the way to do it to the rest ) we can use those nice kernels we are talking about. And this is how to do it.

You will need:
•Unlocked Bootloader
•This fastboot pack
• A custom kernel (.img)
And finally this is from the OP of this thread.
Quote:
Installation
Quote:
Via fastboot
Code:
fastboot flash boot gregkernelV1.elf



I am not here to hold your hand, but to guide you through the process so you understand it. Please read this.

Regards

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How to get root on Xperia Z1 with KitKat 4.4.2, 4.4.3 & 4.4.4

If you are unsure, then read this.
If you are still unsure, watch this.
 

My contributions.
If I have seen further it is by standing on the shoulders of giants. Sir Isaac Newton

[X10] | [NEO] | [Xperia T/TX] |
[Xperia Z1]
You are free to share my work, but please provide the correct credits and a link to my original thread.



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