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24th December 2014, 11:12 AM |#11  
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Felt awesome to see a kernel living on this land. I just bought a refurbished Nexus 7 back. It felt so good, but by all honestly will require great dev's like you and all to give the N7 a mighty boost.
But can anyone tell me is it worth the trouble changing the system to F2FS in this device?
Edit: flashed. But I can't modify GPU parameters and enable s2s/s2w?

Ihavent added the GPU parameters yet. s2w is a massive battery eater. But s2s can be included I guess. As a module perhaps.
 
 
24th December 2014, 04:03 PM |#12  
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I tried downloading it but it doesn't download as a zip file nor is there any boot.img file if I rename to .zip
24th December 2014, 04:38 PM |#13  
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I tried downloading it but it doesn't download as a zip file nor is there any boot.img file if I rename to .zip

When you download as zip from the Dropbox link, it downloads as a zip with the actual kernel zip inside.. So you gotta extract the kernel zip from inside it and then flash the extracted one

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24th December 2014, 04:41 PM |#14  
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When you download as zip from the Dropbox link, it downloads as a zip with the actual kernel zip inside.. So you gotta extract the kernel zip from inside it and then flash the extracted one

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It's not doing that for me. And there is a kernel folder inside after renaming it but it doesn't have any regular kernel files on the inside...
24th December 2014, 04:47 PM |#15  
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It's not doing that for me. And there is a kernel folder inside after renaming it but it doesn't have any regular kernel files on the inside...

No need to rename anything.. Just extract the zip using a file Explorer and you will get the actual kernel zip.

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24th December 2014, 05:12 PM |#16  
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No need to rename anything.. Just extract the zip using a file Explorer and you will get the actual kernel zip.

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Again, the download is not a zip file...
24th December 2014, 05:22 PM |#17  
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Again, the download is not a zip file...

Ah sorry sorry.. I just downloaded again.. When I downloaded last time it downloaded as a zip from Dropbox.. Somethings changed so I didn't know what you meant..now that I downloaded it again I see what you mean..

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Again, the download is not a zip file...

Okay.. I renamed it to .zip and it's fine.. It'll flash properly..

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24th December 2014, 05:24 PM |#18  
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Ah sorry sorry.. I just downloaded again.. When I downloaded last time it downloaded as a zip from Dropbox.. Somethings changed so I didn't know what you meant..now that I downloaded it again I see what you mean..

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Okay.. I renamed it to .zip and it's fine.. It'll flash properly..

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You flashed it then? Even though there's no boot.img file?
24th December 2014, 05:26 PM |#19  
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You flashed it then? Even though there's no boot.img file?

Check inside kernel folder inside the zip..
Edit:it's using a different format.. Not boot.img but with zimage..
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24th December 2014, 05:30 PM |#20  
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Check inside kernel folder inside the zip..
Edit:it's using a different format.. Not boot.img but with zimage..
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Hmmm interesting okay! Thanks!
25th December 2014, 01:51 AM |#21  
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OK, finally I got the time to flash it and wow, you never stop to amaze me. What a kernel ,everything is as fluid as butter. Thanks for the great kernel.

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