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By noobnl, Inactive Recognized Developer on 5th September 2010, 05:49 AM
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flash it with clockwork
download: http://www.sdx-downloads.com/devs/no...nel.v1.4.1.zip
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older aka one click version ( extract new kernel & just replace zimage in the main dir)
download: http://www.sdx-downloads.com/devs/no...sherv1.3.0.zip

1. you need samsung galaxy s drivers
64-bit OS http://db.tt/mQv4SX
32-bit OS http://db.tt/8u6HeG

2. push MENU, select Applications > Development, then enable USB debugging.

3. extract and run run.bat

4. enjoy!

Features:
Codesourcery G++
Busybox, thanks joeykrim
Remount, thanks joeykrim
superuser.apk with su!
-O3 optimization
Cortex a8
ClockworkMod Compatable Kernel

kernel sources: http://www.sdx-downloads.com/devs/no...nelsources.zip

*******changelog*******
v1.1 fixes root access, properly removes joeykrim root
v1.1.1 removes additional files
v1.2 broken build
v1.2.1 fixes build number & Cortex a8 with NEON Optimization
v1.2.2 took away neon optmization
v1.3.0 rebuild the modules with cortex a8 & -O3 optimization & enabled ThumbEE in the kernel
v1.3.1 ClockworkMod compatible Kernel!
v1.3.2 fixes broken root and fixes busybox permission
v1.3.3 adds superuser.apk!
v1.3.4 fixes the move superuser.apk to system & fixes a flaw with jk-su
v1.4.0 based on di18 kernel!
v1.4.1 prototype tvout (start a shell & type in "start tvout"

Code:
    make -j$CPU_JOB_NUM HOSTCFLAGS="-g -O3" ARCH=arm CFLAGS_KERNEL="-O2 -march=armv7-a -mtune=cortex-a8 -mcpu=cortex-a8" CROSS_COMPILE=$TOOLCHAIN/$TOOLCHAIN_PREFIX

uninstaller: http://firon.net/xda/one.click.stock...aller-di18.zip

my github: http://github.com/noobnl/]

Link to the stock samsung source that was used for these kernels.
http://opensource.samsung.com/ Please search for SPH-D700 DI18.
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5th September 2010, 06:17 AM |#2  
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Do I need to root first or does it root when I flash and what does it exactly do. does it remove my programs or anything like that?

Thanks in advance
5th September 2010, 12:06 PM |#3  
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Excuse me but if I used your old method of rooting. Does this still work?
5th September 2010, 04:12 PM |#4  
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Updated without any problems. I assume that most of these "improvements" are more under the hood than stuff that would be noticable to the average user. Thank you for your work. I hope we get more talented people on this project. Of coarse this project didn't "explode" with new stuff multiple times a day, there's only a small fraction of people working on it. Once again, I wish I could help with something to get the ball rolling better, but I don't know how to code and I'm no linux guru either.

Helping finding bugs, giving help to people trying to do whatever, and giving feedback is contributing.
5th September 2010, 04:30 PM |#5  
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Updated without any problems. I assume that most of these "improvements" are more under the hood than stuff that would be noticable to the average user. Thank you for your work. I hope we get more talented people on this project. Of coarse this project didn't "explode" with new stuff multiple times a day, there's only a small fraction of people working on it. Once again, I wish I could help with something to get the ball rolling better, but I don't know how to code and I'm no linux guru either.

Helping finding bugs, giving help to people trying to do whatever, and giving feedback is contributing.

Yeah I updated with no problems also.
5th September 2010, 04:32 PM |#6  
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Also, this is VERY important. If you have Auto Mount, you need to dismount the SD Card in order for this to work.
5th September 2010, 07:50 PM |#7  
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What is -03 optomizations? And is this a different version than you posted last night at sdx
6th September 2010, 01:32 PM |#8  
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Sorry for the dumb question, but what's the difference between this and "one click root"? And could someone please explain what installing one the these modified kernels do? Thanks.
6th September 2010, 06:21 PM |#9  
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Do I need to root first or does it root when I flash and what does it exactly do. does it remove my programs or anything like that?

Thanks in advance

x2 been wondering this myself
6th September 2010, 06:49 PM |#10  
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x2 been wondering this myself

It will Flash a Custom Kernel. Which will give you root access. It wont delete anything.
6th September 2010, 07:41 PM |#11  
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This is updated? Can we just run it again or should one remove then re-install



Well re-ran it doesnt seem to cause any harm lol

I had # at one point when doing ADB shell but now I get $
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