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By ash5618, Senior Member on 13th February 2014, 08:41 AM
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I wanted to flash over clock kernel on my cm 11 i opned ukf but it showed device not supported is there some other way to flash the kernel? any help would be appreciated thanx in advance.
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I wanted to flash over clock kernel on my cm 11 i opned ukf but it showed device not supported is there some other way to flash the kernel? any help would be supported thanx in advance.

I am on AOSP 4.4, and I can use UKF. On what CM11 are you?
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I am on AOSP 4.4, and I can use UKF. On what CM11 are you?

i am on cm 11 by maclaw. i even tried using ukf on liquidsmooth it still showed not supported
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i am on cm 11 by maclaw. i even tried using ukf on liquidsmooth it still showed not supported

You can't even browse for kernel or?
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You can't even browse for kernel or?

no i cant do nything.whenever i open the app it shows not supprtd and i cant do nything
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no i cant do nything.whenever i open the app it shows not supprtd and i cant do nything

Why don't you ask Frapeti on his thread? He made that app. To see what is the problem.
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Why don't you ask Frapeti on his thread? He made that app. To see what is the problem.

can i flash the kernel using odin?
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can i flash the kernel using odin?

Yes, if you make it Odin flashable. But I am not sure if it is possible on CM, I never did it.

You can use dd command in terminal emulator, but be very carefull. It is explained on CoCore thread I think.

P.S. There was some other app for PC to flash kernel. Look on our section, if I find it I will post you here.

Here it is: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2119676

It does the same like you would in terminal emulator with dd command, and Universal Kernel flasher is doing the same. Just with GUI.
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Yes, if you make it Odin flashable. But I am not sure if it is possible on CM, I never did it.

You can use dd command in terminal emulator, but be very carefull. It is explained on CoCore thread I think.

P.S. There was some other app for PC to flash kernel. Look on our section, if I find it I will post you here.

Here it is: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2119676

It does the same like you would in terminal emulator with dd command, and Universal Kernel flasher is doing the same. Just with GUI.

i am currently away from my pc so is there any other way arnd for example can i replace the default boot.img which comes with the rom with the over clock version ( boot.img only) will it work? and i tried it through solid explorer but it cant replace the boot.img. any other file browser to replace it? thanx in advance
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i am currently away from my pc so is there any other way arnd for example can i replace the default boot.img which comes with the rom with the over clock version ( boot.img only) will it work? and i tried it through solid explorer but it cant replace the boot.img. any other file browser to replace it? thanx in advance

Try with this app https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...ti.ukflash2&hl
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i am currently away from my pc so is there any other way arnd for example can i replace the default boot.img which comes with the rom with the over clock version ( boot.img only) will it work? and i tried it through solid explorer but it cant replace the boot.img. any other file browser to replace it? thanx in advance

Yes with Root Explorer (paid version) just search for the latest APK on google.

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