Originally Posted by osm0sis
I think that's a great idea. I think you could probably do it far more easily with AnyKernel2 also.
As I understand AnyKernel2 is a script for flashing a kernel into ROM with any ramdisk (Am I wrong?).
If so I can't see any benefits of using it, cause there are much bigger ROM/Kernel incompatibility issues than just a ram disk.
What I do (and almost done) done now is a kernel modules that can be loaded in any kernel (almost) so I can no more care about building own kernel for each ROM version.
Instead I will care about compatibility with different kernels. On the other side users will be free to use kernels which they like.
Originally Posted by _yen_
Seems a very interesting project to me as i'm currently running VoronK on top of ua.
Thank you too! Your posts make's me to continue developing, although it's not easy, cause I have to study also.
I wonder how many Galaxy Nexus devices still in use?
I fill like there about 100 in the world and I am one of them!
Hope that isn't true =D