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[KERNEL] Stock Sense HTC Kernel 2.6.32.17

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16th October 2010, 06:33 AM   |  #1  
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This is the latest available stock kernel (2.6.32.17-g9a2fc16) for Sense-based Incredible's. Nothing has been modified by me, it's the actual binary built by HTC. It's included in my 10/13 stock release (from a few days ago) but figured anyone on Sense may be interested in it. Before anyone asks, I don't know what's different. We don't have the source for this yet and HTC doesn't exactly provide a change log.

http://files.virtuousrom.com/inc/ker...l_stock_v4.zip

I've been running it for a few days now and it seems rock solid to me. So, experiment with it and enjoy.
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Thank you ! will try.......
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Thank you Sir! I will give er a go!
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I've been using it a couple of days now and it seems to charge faster. I was actually able to charge my phone while playing games on it which hasn't happened since 2.1.

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so who is going to be the first to make it undervolted with all the governors available without perflock?
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so who is going to be the first to make it undervolted with all the governors available without perflock?

No one yet, we don't have source.
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No one yet, we don't have source.

oh, right. this is just the kernel, not the source for the kernel. my bad.
16th October 2010, 07:28 PM   |  #9  
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I've been using it a couple of days now and it seems to charge faster. I was actually able to charge my phone while playing games on it which hasn't happened since 2.1.

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Agree, charging seems to be much faster..
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I imagine this will be stock in the virtuous 3.1 release? And if so, will there still be any optional kernels upon install?

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