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Great ROM but can I use the newest adam kernel with it.
 
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probably.

1. backup
2. flash kernel.
3. see if it works.
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probably.

1. backup
2. flash kernel.
3. see if it works.
Yes it will work. It's a TW kernel designed for a TW rom. As long as your on a 4.4.2 Omega ROM you will be fine
Phone: OnePlus One 64GB
Rom: Mahdi Rom 2.7 | Der Kernel: Franco R15 with VomerTweaks

Tablet: Nexus 7 2013 32GB
Rom: SkimKat | Der Kernel: Stock SlimKat

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