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Question AllianceRom 23 - Installing different kernel (KT747)

I'm running AllianceROM 23 with a kernel that says "3.0.31 scott@MintBOX #3", I'd like to install KT747 - http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1853816 - rather that run the install all over again, can I just download the ASOP or Touchwiz version and flash that? (which one would I install?) Same for LK, can I flash that one separately?
 
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I'm running AllianceROM 23 with a kernel that says "3.0.31 scott@MintBOX #3", I'd like to install KT747 - http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1853816 - rather that run the install all over again, can I just download the ASOP or Touchwiz version and flash that? (which one would I install?) Same for LK, can I flash that one separately?
You can download the TW versions of either from their respective threads and install from recovery.
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