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Im kinda new..what do you mean by flashing to kb1?how can i do that?

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If you've flashed your radio manually to the KB3 radio then you can use the .zip from my previous post that contains the KB1 radio. Flash that in CWM and you're good to go. If you haven't manually replaced the radio then you have nothing to worry about.
 

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I am aware that "bln" will only work if the kernel supports it.

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You implied that:
I hope a rooted version will be released soon so I can use "bln" and "setcpu".

What you said in those two posts are two different things. I'm sure Netarchy will release a compatible version with 2.3.4 shortly. He's usually really quick on these things.
 
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