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Default [Kernel] Stock MJ4

This is a recovery flashable, stock boot.img, pulled from freeza's stock rooted rom, located here. It's completely unchanged from stock, I just made it flashable. After flashing, this will set secure storage to "true", in the build.prop. See freeza's thread here, for more info on this.

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MJ4 Kernel: MJ4

MD5: f644d48eb13a17878959199665830d2c
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This is a recovery flashable, stock boot.img, pulled from freeza's stock rooted rom, located here. It's completely unchanged from stock, I just made it flashable. After flashing, this will set secure storage to "true", in the build.prop. See freeza's thread here, for more info on this.

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MD5: f644d48eb13a17878959199665830d2c
Thank you for this. It's always great having the stock kernel available.

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Thank you for this. It's always great having the stock kernel available.

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You're welcome. I just realized this hasn't already been done by one of the forums "heavy hitters". I flashed it about a jillion times on my phone, without any problems.
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Thanks LMMT. ..This was much needed.

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I hate to ask but I haven't seen one around. Is there a stock kernel that doesn't have storage_secure set to true? I flashed this and checked build prop and it says false but I couldn't delete or move anything. The reason I ask is I get constant reboots on any beast mode kernel I've tried and whenever I restore a back up I lose the ability to change anything on system or sdcard. This happens on any TW rom I use and using both cwm or twrp recoveries.

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I hate to ask but I haven't seen one around. Is there a stock kernel that doesn't have storage_secure set to true? I flashed this and checked build prop and it says false but I couldn't delete or move anything. The reason I ask is I get constant reboots on any beast mode kernel I've tried and whenever I restore a back up I lose the ability to change anything on system or sdcard. This happens on any TW rom I use and using both cwm or twrp recoveries.

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Sorry it took so long to get back to you. Can you provide a brief summary of what you've flashed, recently. Were you ever on 4.4? How about AOSP?

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Sorry it took so long to get back to you. Can you provide a brief summary of what you've flashed, recently. Were you ever on 4.4? How about AOSP?

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I was on beanstalk/ aosp. But this happens even if I go from toxic Swamp to odexed blue. My aosp backups run fine on a restore. It's just TW roms running the stock kernel. Seeing as beast mode is the only aftermarket kernel I don't have any other choices.

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I was on beanstalk/ aosp. But this happens even if I go from toxic Swamp to odexed blue. My aosp backups run fine on a restore. It's just TW roms running the stock kernel. Seeing as beast mode is the only aftermarket kernel I don't have any other choices.

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I don't have any personal experience with this, but I've read, the only fix for some, has been a complete wipe, including internal storage. Follow up with PC Odin-ing the TW tar. I assume you are trying to stay on MJ4?

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