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[Kernel][Stock]{OTA 2.06][OTA 2.04][1.15]

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By zone23, Recognized Contributor on 15th February 2013, 09:47 PM
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Here is the stock kernel for the resent update. Thanks dsb9938 for the script to install the modules. I didn't see it posted so here it is good or bad. If it doesn't work or is all ready posted let me know and I will have this sucker shut down. Worked for me though..

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Added Stock Kernel1.15.605.4.w/ WiFi Modules.


Edit #2

Added Stock Kernels for S-OFF users.

Edit #3

Added Stock Kernel 2.06.605.1_710RD w/ WiFi Modules for S-OFF
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17th February 2013, 07:37 PM |#2  
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AW: [Kernel][Stock][OTA 2.04.605.2 710RD][1.15.605.4.]
This Kernel is very good,(2.04)

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Added kernels for S-OFF users.
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Added kernels for S-OFF users.

will these also replace the modules as well... lets say I flash a custom kernel and its modules... will these also flash boot.img + modules?
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will these also replace the modules as well... lets say I flash a custom kernel and its modules... will these also flash boot.img + modules?

Yes it will replace the modules as well.
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will these also replace the modules as well... lets say I flash a custom kernel and its modules... will these also flash boot.img + modules?

Installed s-off version via cwm and showed writing boot.img as well as modules.
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Re: [Kernel][Stock][OTA 2.04.605.2 710RD][1.15.605.4.]
Hey Zone, guess who followed you to the DNA

Thank you for posting this I will use it quite a bit.

Sent from my DNA... S-Off like a baws
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Stock.Kernel.2.04.605.2 710RD.zip
Stock.Kernel.1.15.605.zip
Stock.Kernel.1.15.605.4.S-OFF.zip
Stock.Kernel.2.04.605.2_710RD.S-OFF.zip

Can someone please clarify what's the difference between files that have S-OFF in the name and those that dont. I understand that ones with S-OFF are for users that have S-OFF their phone, but WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE between the files? Are the ones without S-OFF in their name were modified to allow system write? More importantly, were the S-OFF files modified in any way?

Also, how do we install these? Are these flashable zips that can be flashed in recovery? Or, these needs to be boot.img flashed first and then modules in recovery?

Thank you
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Stock.Kernel.2.04.605.2 710RD.zip
Stock.Kernel.1.15.605.zip
Stock.Kernel.1.15.605.4.S-OFF.zip
Stock.Kernel.2.04.605.2_710RD.S-OFF.zip

Can someone please clarify what's the difference between files that have S-OFF in the name and those that dont. I understand that ones with S-OFF are for users that have S-OFF their phone, but WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE between the files? Are the ones without S-OFF in their name were modified to allow system write? More importantly, were the S-OFF files modified in any way?

Also, how do we install these? Are these flashable zips that can be flashed in recovery? Or, these needs to be boot.img flashed first and then modules in recovery?

Thank you

The ones that don't have S-OFF are for flashing the old way using fastboot commands. They are different in the fact that the S-OFF versions have a script that will flash the boot.img and the WiFi Modules.
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Zone23, thank you for the info. So, S-OFF are to be flashed straight via recovery without any additional steps. Where these kernels modified in any way or are they truly straight from the factory image?

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