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[KERNEL] [ROOT] [SM-N920* Exynos 7420] [05 May] SkyHigh MM 6.0.1 Kernel [v3.4]

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24th February 2016, 06:35 AM |#4  
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My pleasure to be the first one in OP !

With wishful regards to my brother, UpInTheAir for his hard work I'm writing to inform people around about the biggest problems I've experienced with this kernel since MM.

I was afraid of flashing stock ROM, hence I waited about a week to have a debloated/tested custom ROM.
Once one came out, I had to have both bootloader and modem flashed to make custom MM ROM working, I did and everything seemed to be happy at the moment but problems started to ruin my head (some of them still exist although)
I had problems with sudden screen off with the only solution of hard rebooting, Synapse couldn't be working and this kernel is much more power with synapse.
Any how, after 2 weeks of pain I tested something stupid which worked for me.

I flashed a stock ROM with odin, then flashed TWRP 3 and then a custom rom and at the end kernel flashing procedures. the only problem which still exists is charging while phone is off or even rebooting from recovery/bootloader while phone is pluggen in with USB cable.

Everything else is working so fine.

I really recommend to flash a STOCK ROM instead of BL/MODEM only.
by the way, since presence of supersu 2.68 so many issues have gone as well which wasn't available at the time of initial releases of SkyHigh nor Marshmallow for Samsung.
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congratulation

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---------- Post added at 10:47 AM ---------- Previous post was at 10:47 AM ----------

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congratulation

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iam number 2 posting lol

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You are doing a truly phenomenal work with the kernel. Updating to MM thanks to you!
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My pleasure to be the first one in OP !
Where is download link ?

so, does it mean I dare to flash 6.0.1 with odin and flash this kernel to have the latest Mashrmallow without deep sleep issue, lagging and any battery draining culprits recently introduced in samsung MM based on rooting ?

my main reason to migrate to MM is absolutely Doze feature to get rid of some battery draining issues in LP and because of BPB6 bootloader I'm afraid of flashing MM until I certainly be sure about having all features I had in LP.

By the way, why SELinux is enforcing ? any technical limitation? any solution to set it to permissive ?
Amount of software I'm using are extremely SELinux dependent and I hate any kind of SELinux, KNOX and restrictions in Android OS.

Geez . . .impatient. I am preparing the thread !!! It takes time

If you didn't like MM, easy enough to downgrade again

Enforcing for now, features added later. Hopefully, something like my 5.1.1 kernel

For now, you can use SELinux Mode Changer app to set permissive (if needed). It think it reset after reboot.

I'm tired . . .
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That was fast!

FEEDBACK: The Kernel works nicely and Root is also working!

Just exact steps from post #2.
Bootloop is normal for few mins
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SM-N920CD (dual sim) users also can use this?
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SM-N920CD (dual sim) users also can use this?

I don't see why not. N920CD can usually be used with N920C, such as with my other kernels.
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thanks dude... i have other question... you going to update this version? i want stock as possible !!! so i want to know in further version is there changes ? or i just flash this?
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