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By zachdees, Senior Member on 4th April 2014, 02:15 PM
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When I load the latest cyanogenmod nightly and flash the ktmanta 4.4 kernel upon setup I get error android phone something has stopped responding in all the other ROMs such as omni it doesn't do that.

If anyone has a solution please tell
 
 
4th April 2014, 02:25 PM |#2  
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When I load the latest cyanogenmod nightly and flash the ktmanta 4.4 kernel upon setup I get error android phone something has stopped responding in all the other ROMs such as omni it doesn't do that.

If anyone has a solution please tell

There have been some changes in the CM ramdisk, This is mostly the cause of your issues....

Thx Josh
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There have been some changes in the CM ramdisk, This is mostly the cause of your issues....

Thx Josh


Is there a fix ktmanta is the only kernel that has undervolting I've tried every kernel and not one except this one has undervolting I'm on omni ROM currently which sucks because when I apply voltage or clock settings they don't stick they reset to default
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Is there a fix ktmanta is the only kernel that has undervolting I've tried every kernel and not one except this one has undervolting I'm on omni ROM currently which sucks because when I apply voltage or clock settings they don't stick they reset to default

The solution would be to repack the boot.img with the updated ramdisk from CM... To get a new boot.img and flash it and see what it does..

Just a FYI

Kernel + ramdisk = boot.img

If you get me this kernel you are flashing I could make you a new boot.img...

Let me know

Thx Josh
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Originally Posted by lj50036

The solution would be to repack the boot.img with the updated ramdisk from CM... To get a new boot.img and flash it and see what it does..

Just a FYI

Kernel + ramdisk = boot.img

If you get me this kernel you are flashing I could make you a new boot.img...

Let me know

Thx Josh

It's the latest ktmantsn4.4.2 kernel over in mantas thread
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