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14th June 2011, 02:31 PM |#501  
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Originally Posted by hakkinenvthh

I think we can update directly the firmwares with CWM 4.0.0.2 by ROM Manager, no?

That will flash a whole different kernel ... not just fix recovery, also, the koush / codeworkx CWM4 version does not support a few things my CF-Root version usually does, like external sd-cards, auto-mount before update.zip, the home button, etc.

There's a reason the first post states not to use ROM Manager ...
 
 
14th June 2011, 02:54 PM |#502  
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Flashing stock kernel in ODIN in order to remove the triangle breaks CWM app, then it doesn't flash the CF-root KF1 zImage.

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Flashing stock kernel in ODIN in order to remove the triangle breaks CWM app, then it doesn't flash the CF-root KF1 zImage.

It says in the OP that flashing a stock kernel will most likely not break root, but will most likely remove to CWM app or at least make it unusable.
14th June 2011, 03:03 PM |#504  
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It says in the OP that flashing a stock kernel will most likely not break root, but will most likely remove to CWM app or at least make it unusable.

Getting rid of the triangle:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...69&postcount=2

Flashing a stock kernel is one of the steps needed to accomplish that.
14th June 2011, 03:09 PM |#505  
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It says in the OP that flashing a stock kernel will most likely not break root, but will most likely remove to CWM app or at least make it unusable.

Not true. I have flashed CF-root, then stock and finally zImage from CWM without problems.
14th June 2011, 03:10 PM |#506  
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Getting rid of the triangle:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...69&postcount=2

Flashing a stock kernel is one of the steps needed to accomplish that.

or use a USB Jig...works for me.
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14th June 2011, 03:15 PM |#507  
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Not true. I have flashed CF-root, then stock and finally zImage from CWM without problems.

What stock kernel did you flash?
14th June 2011, 03:21 PM |#508  
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@Chainfire, question for you. I love your work and enjoy CF-Root immensely. But I also purchased ROM manager from my old phone and wanted to use it on my SGS2... Is there a possibility that codeworx's version of the kernel/CWM be adapted for CF-Root eventually?

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14th June 2011, 03:36 PM |#509  
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Yes, but it will probably still break ROM Manager.

I have no plans to support ROM Manager. I have stated this a zillion times. If Koush decides to fix the incompatibilities, great, but I'm not spending any time on it.
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Just flashed it through CWM but how can i verify that it has actually installed?
14th June 2011, 04:11 PM |#511  
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Just flashed it through CWM but how can i verify that it has actually installed?

Check the Settings -> About section. It will say what kernel you have installed.
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