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Default [Kernel][AOSP] Tiamat 4.1.0 | 2.6.38.8 10/13/11


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Tiamat receives no support for use with ROMs based on HTC's Sense - use at your own risk.
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looks neato
sbc?

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looks neato
sbc?

downloading now!
Lets hope not! Looks like a pretty promising kernel, I might have to give this a shot after a bit. We need another kernel to run with CM7 that doesn't include SBC.


EDIT: So since this is based off of the CM kernel I am going to take a shot in the dark and guess it is a BFS base then or no?
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Currently installed seems good so far.

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installed, running good, change log says sbc in there 2.0.2, then revert sbc in 2.1.0
 
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installed, running good, change log says sbc in there 2.0.2, then revert sbc in 2.1.0
I don't have time right this second to give it a flash but if you figure out anything else that would make it seem like SBC please post back. I know I sound like a little girl whining about using SBC but I would rather not run the risk even if it hasn't been proven. My guess would be if this had SBC in the newest it would be included in the title.
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Can anyone confirm 4G works with this kernel? I will download tonight when I get home.... more curious than anything.

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4g scans fine I'm not in a 4g area though so I can't connect
 
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I don't have time right this second to give it a flash but if you figure out anything else that would make it seem like SBC please post back. I know I sound like a little girl whining about using SBC but I would rather not run the risk even if it hasn't been proven. My guess would be if this had SBC in the newest it would be included in the title.
on the charger now, at 87%. will keep you posted


transfer speeds to sd card still slow

has slow charging bug too

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