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No. You done enough
 
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Yes you should
 
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Not necessary
 
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## xKERNEL##
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First Thing First: How To Install Custom Kernel
1) You need to UNLOCK BOOTLOADER using one of these method. I'm NOT responsible of what you've decide. Please follow instruction carefully.
-> S1tool
-> Sony Mobile - Unlock Bootloader
2) Get this awesome tool called Flashtool and install. Dont forget to install usb drivers from "Drivers" folder too.
3) I assume you have download one of my kernel. Get into Fastboot mode. How? Do i have to repeat how? Press "Volume Up" while connecting your USB cable. you'll see Blue led.
4) Click "Flash" button on Flashtool, then select Fastboot Mode.
5) Choose "Select Kernel to Flash" and find your saved kernel. I'm not gonna find it for you.
6) Once completed, reboot device into system

THESE IS FINAL, NO LONGER MAINTAINED
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Those version below was a final version xKernel for Xperia Ray. I might on a new
device next week due someone already booked my ray. Ive planned to give the
last version using 4.1.B.0.587 but unfortunately source published by Sony was
corrupted. Sorry guys, i cant afford to keep my ray. This is it.
Thank you for using my kernel.



## KERNEL DOWNLOADS ## [ Share Folder - Most of Ray's Kernel ]


Build on early Oct [ xKernel v9.587-D ] - ICS Based Rom

23/09 [ xKernel v9.587-C ] - ICS Based Rom

18/08 [ Advanced Stock .587 ] - ICS Based Rom

15/08 [ xKernel Jelly Bean v1.0.2 ] - Jelly Bean 4.1.1
- used gcc linaro version 4.6.2
- USB OTG support
- OLD: v1.0.1

15/08 [ xKernel v8.1a ] - ICS Based Rom
- used GCC Linaro version 4.6.2
- USB OTG support
- OLD: v8.1

15/08 [ xKernel AOKP v3.1 ] AOKP Based Rom (NEED TESTER)
- used gcc linaro version 4.6.2
- USB OTG Support
- wifi modules included

[ XRay V7.3.431 ] ICS 4.0.4 HOT STUFF
- Build from 4.1.B.0.431 source



## SOLUTIONS ##
[ POST #3 ] Graphic Performance
[ For JJ's v2.0+ ] Install kernel with JJ's v2.0+. thank to justmpm
[ POST #5 ] Zram script and Wifi Channel 12-14

UPDATES

// v9 - 587 source, increase mdp core clock for 720p, set 2D core clock
// v8.0 | AOKP v3 - implemented BFS v0.318
// AOKP v2.3.431a - vids record / playback fixed(?) - need tester
// AOKP v2.3.431 - Built from 4.1.B.0.431 source
// v7.3.562 - 4.1.A.0.562 source, added cleancache and zcache driver, the rest same with v7.3.431
// v7.3.431 - 4.1.B.431 source, "use highest perf level when wake-up from sleep" patch, the rest remain the same as previous version
// v7.2.6 - 2way call, patches kernel msg, patch smartassv2 gov & zram driver
// Stock .431 - Stock Kernel from .431 ICS 4.0.4
// v7 rev4 - Build from 4.1.H.0.4 (Play ICS Beta)
// AOKP v2.2 - enabled zram, increased swap space to 90MB, added intellidemand & virtuous gov
// v6.2.5 - increased swap space to 90MB, added Virtuous gov
// v6.1.1 RER - "Reduced Energy Recovery" courtesy of justmpm
// v6.1.1 - added gov: intellidemand
// Xray AOKP - first attempt
// v6 - Enhance from v5 with small fixes
// v5 - Recovery USB Mount, enabled tun
// Stock .562 Kernel - Recovery USB mount fixed
// v4.0.1 - Disabled min/max freq set at boot, UV available
// v4.0 - Beta tester: LZO compress/decompress, cleancache, new settings freq tables
// v3.0.2 - small fixes for freq tables. used old freq table
// v3.0.1 - small fixes for freq tables.
// v3.0 - new freq table. based on FreeXperia (thanks to FXP)
// v2.5.1 - added zram setting disksize to 125MB (see thumbnails)
// v2.5.1 - edit wakelock for better sleep? (see thumbnails)
// v2.5 - include ZRAM driver (thanks go DooMLoRD. told ya, too much to tell his contribution in android developement )
// v2.5 - remain 1.6 as default kernel
// v2.5 - edit wakelock.c source
// to test call recording download rVoix.apk from here http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=993793
// removed Xray1x4v2 from list - for those who wanna kernel OC/UV you can choose xray1x6v2, and for those who not OC/UV addict like me can choose xray1x0uv (the one am using right now)



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#### LOST and FOUND ####
MediaFire: http://www.mediafire.com/?1x4wzf9vjtjww
Dev-Host: [Ice Cream Sandwich] [Jelly Bean]

BASEBAND COLLECTION
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/0mesctfmxrdrz4a/DZmShwauxz

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Tested:
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((( Special Thanks To Donators )))[-$65 left for used Ray]
funiewski, jjdoctor, obaobaobaba, Paul, Mack, sucker for sony's, y.ueno, 
Würl, blasioli, Cvetkov, Lukáš
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((( All Credits Goes To )))

arcatarc - for finding Recovery with working usb mount
FXP - for his kernel sources
DooMLoRD - for bla bla bla bla .. too much contribution in Devlopement!!!
erasmux - cpu governors and sources
DooMLoRD / Team UtterChaos - for Fully Touch Recovery
justmpm - help me alot with his overall test
hansip87 - helping me find info "HOWTO" tutorial
JJdoctor - Touch Rec button images
Taverius - for tips?

GiT
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