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On Defy we have just two kernels, the GB and Froyo Kernel both signed by Motorola, we can't use custom kernels cause a locked BL, the GB is from the Defy+ Stock Rom, and the Froyo from Defy Stock, i never tried really the GB kernel over the Defy s...
My newbie question is if the defy is having a locked bootloader, how is it made possible to install custom roms?? Thanks in advance:good: I readed that a time before, that is possible installing the 2nd init, which hijack the file logwrapper whic...
AFAIK the Froyo kernel allow to be used on Defy with SOC module, which is not possible with GB kernel, cause is made for Defy+ and all Defy+ has Red Lens and Bayer module, the GB kernel allows too to record in 720p(In theory, still in process by Q...
The principle of how it works is very simple, the rageinthecage exploit just forks proccesses until the proccessor hits the max, then the system will kill the olders apps, because you are using adb and running psneuter, the system will kill the ad...
Well ,you know, ghosts sometimes play with phones and TVs... just kidding :P, have you configured automatic display light in cm menu?? And when it happens? Motorola Defy CM7.2 Nightly OC 1GHz SuperCharger v6