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[Kernel][Stock1.3][Already included in CM7] Dalingrin's OC kernel [09/01/11]

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13th May 2011, 01:29 PM   |  #2641  
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Update-BN1.2-U-boot.bin
(this install will backup your original u-boot.bin to u-boot.bin.stock)

All credit goes to HTCF4N for this link.[/QUOTE]

Is this a flashable file?
13th May 2011, 01:29 PM   |  #2642  
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Sorry for all the confusion, I put up the "update-CM7-dalingrin-OC-sd-042411 ext4.zip" as a dropbox link (fixed the ext # and renamed) for someone who was having problems fixing the ext"4" portion of the script. It apparently has made its way around to a few who didn't understand it was for the SD version not eMMC. So, until Dal puts out the new .32 kernel, here is the links for both:

SD ext4 4/24 OC : http://db.tt/3CnQxjo

eMMC ext4 4/24 OC : http://db.tt/sMdWUs1

So can the SD zip now be just placed in the boot section and use the power/n method to install?
13th May 2011, 01:30 PM   |  #2643  
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2.6.32 builds are up for B&N 1.2 and for CM7.

You MUST use the latest CM7 beta 3.1+ from the developers thread in order to use 2.6.32 kernels.

You will also need to update your u-boot to the latest that came with B&N's 1.2 update.

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Update-BN1.2-U-boot.bin
(this install will backup your original u-boot.bin to u-boot.bin.stock)

All credit goes to HTCF4N for this link.[/QUOTE]

Ok, I installed the above boot update, then the .32 kernel. Now boot loop, I had N#70 running before. What is this beta 3.1+ Dal is talking about?
13th May 2011, 01:38 PM   |  #2644  
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So can the SD zip now be just placed in the boot section and use the power/n method to install?

Sorry, I run eMMC, not SD version, so I don't know how it works. Maybe someone more experienced with SDs can.
13th May 2011, 01:42 PM   |  #2645  
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Ok, I installed the above boot update, then the .32 kernel. Now boot loop, I had N#70 running before. What is this beta 3.1+ Dal is talking about?

The .32 kernel will only work if you install the beta...
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13th May 2011, 01:44 PM   |  #2646  
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I'm one of the people who couldn't set CPU to anything over 1100 on any of the .29 kernels without it freezing up immediately.

With this one, I can set it to 1200 with no problems. And CPU spy says that it's spent some time at 1200.

Not sure if it matters, but figured I'd mention it...
13th May 2011, 01:50 PM   |  #2647  
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So if I'm on phiremod 6.2 (based on CM7.02) all I need to do is flash the bin, then flash the kernel?
13th May 2011, 02:00 PM   |  #2648  
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So if I'm on phiremod 6.2 (based on CM7.02) all I need to do is flash the bin, then flash the kernel?

You would have to:
  1. update your uboot to 1.2
  2. update to the latest CWM (via ROM manager)
  3. Install the 3.1 beta CM7 build
  4. Install the 2.6.32 5/13 OC kernel
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13th May 2011, 02:03 PM   |  #2649  
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I give questions only if there is a reason. Its not wrong if you only ask someone and most importantly I havent seen a mention about 1.3 kernel so why not ask.

Dal did post that the. 32 kernel is not stable at 1300mhz, hence the 1200mhz cap.
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Wow.. the 3D performance boost of the 1200Mhz .32 kernel is great!!

In Neocore, i went from 1300mhz .29 getting an average of 24Fps... in this new one gives me 30FPs.


In Nenamark, i went from 1300mhz .29 getting an average of 18Fps... in this new one gives me 22FPs.

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