This is a collection of popular kernel and recovery combinations for the Infuse 4G in Odin tar.md5 format. Extract these rar packages in a program like 7zip, and flash the tar.md5 in Odin.
Please be sure that the kernel / recovery image that you flash is intended for the rom that you plan to use. For more information and support for each kernel, please visit the appropriate thread for that kernel. Please don't ask questions about the kernels or report kernel related bugs in this thread.
If there is another kernel that you'd like to see in this thread, let me know!
Stock UCLB3 Kernel / Stock UCLB3 Recovery
Note: Ensure that Voodoo lagfix is disabled before flashing the stock UCLB3 kernel. Also, this kernel should most likely only be used with UCLB3 based roms. If you have issues seeing your external SD card after using this kernel, see the answer to question 1.) in the FAQ below.
Entropy512's Daily Driver / Red CWM Recovery
Original Thread for Entropy512's Daily Driver: HERE
Zen Arcade's Infusion-Z / Red CWM Recovery
Original Thread for Zen Arcade's Infusion-Z: HERE
Entropy512's CM9 Kernel / Blue CWM Recovery
Original Thread for Entropy512's Unofficial CM9: HERE
1.) Download and extract the desired kernel package from the section above.
2.) If needed, download the Odin exe HERE.
3.) If needed, install the latest Samsung USB drivers. You can get these by installing Samsung Kies, which can be found HERE.
4.) Place phone in download mode.
5.) Open the Odin exe; if your phone is recognized, the window under ID:COM will turn yellow.
6.) In Odin, click on "PDA" and browse to the tar.md5.
7.) Select the tar.md5. Make sure it shows up in the PDA window, and then click on Start. Do not power off or disconnect the phone while Odin flashes the package and reboots the phone.
8.) You're finished. If the progress window in Odin is green and reads "PASS!", then you have successfully flashed the kernel / recovery package.
1.) I flashed the stock UCLB3 kernel and now I can't access my external sd card. How can I fix this?
In UCLB3 based roms, if you flash the stock UCLB3 kernel after using a custom kernel, you will most likely have trouble seeing your external sdcard. To fix this, use Root Explorer (or a similar app) to edit /system/etc/vold.fstab. In Root Explorer, browse to /system/etc and choose "Mount R/W" to gain write permission to the directory. Open vold.fstab in the built in text editor. Change the mmc2 in the last line to mmc1. Save and exit. Reboot, and you will regain use of your external sd card.
qkster - for the idea for this thread
bigjoe2675 - for his humor and support
Zen Arcade - for his Infusion-Z kernels
Entropy512 - for his Daily Driver and CM9 kernels
gtg465x - for posts on how to use dd
imnuts - for posts on how to create Odin images
Przekret - for the Samsung UCLB3 leak
Everyone in the Infuse 4g XDA forum - for everything else