[F32xx][N] Stock kernel built from sources

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rrvuhpg

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  • Jan 2, 2009
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    OnePlus 8 Pro
    Hi,

    I will release here my updated "boot.img" files for all Xperia XA Ultra.
    You must have an unlocked bootloader to flash with Fastboot.
    You don't need to be on the same firmware as the boot image that you want to flash.
    You have to flash SuperSu again from TWRP just after flashed new boot to avoid bootloop. Not needed on 33.2.B.4.70 and upper.
    All boot images have "ro.secure=0" and "ro.debuggable=1" in default.prop file
    and "forcencrypt" of internal memory switched to "encryptable" in fstab.mt6755 file, "dm-verity" is disabled by default.
    They will probably not work on upper firmwares than the one they are built.

    The Fastboot command is:

    fastboot flash boot NAMEOFIMAGE.img

    Releases for Nougat:
    2017/07/26: From 36.1.A.0.182 kernel sources and Ramdisk from 36.1.A.0.182 FR firmware.
    https://mega.nz/#!kgYgFCZJ!gmf6ptCwGJRdOeYwIJo3eGa-1er--yQPxjtxy6kbppU
     
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    uhes

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    Oct 15, 2016
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    Surabaya
    Hi,

    I will release here my updated "boot.img" files for all Xperia XA Ultra.
    You must have an unlocked bootloader to flash with Fastboot.
    You don't need to be on the same firmware as the boot image that you want to flash.
    You have to flash SuperSu again from TWRP just after flashed new boot to avoid bootloop. Not needed on 33.2.B.4.70 and upper.
    All boot images have "ro.secure=0" and "ro.debuggable=1" in default.prop file
    and "forcencrypt" of internal memory switched to "encryptable" in fstab.mt6755 file, "dm-verity" is disabled by default.
    They will probably not work on upper firmwares than the one they are built.



    Releases for Nougat:
    2017/07/26: From 36.1.A.0.182 kernel sources and Ramdisk from 36.1.A.0.182 FR firmware.
    https://mega.nz/#!kgYgFCZJ!gmf6ptCwGJRdOeYwIJo3eGa-1er--yQPxjtxy6kbppU

    For f3212
     

    Jazinto93

    Member
    Aug 9, 2017
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    You have to flash SuperSu again from TWRP just after flashed new boot to avoid bootloop. Not needed on 33.2.B.4.70 and upper.


    I don´t understand quite well (sorry for my ignorance, i´m new to this stuff), so i flash supersu from twrp ¨just after flashed new boot¨ to avoid boot loop.....does that mean flash supersu after flashed twrp right away? how do i avoid bootloop? my build number is 36.0.A.1.100, should i worry about it?

    my model is f3213

    Thanks a lot ;)
     

    rrvuhpg

    Senior Member
  • Jan 2, 2009
    713
    659
    OnePlus 8 Pro
    You have to flash SuperSu again from TWRP just after flashed new boot to avoid bootloop. Not needed on 33.2.B.4.70 and upper.


    I don´t understand quite well (sorry for my ignorance, i´m new to this stuff), so i flash supersu from twrp ¨just after flashed new boot¨ to avoid boot loop.....does that mean flash supersu after flashed twrp right away? how do i avoid bootloop? my build number is 36.0.A.1.100, should i worry about it?

    my model is f3213

    Thanks a lot ;)

    All boot released here are for Nougat only. You have Marshmallow so you are not on the right place ;)
    Why don't you update your phone to a recent MM firmware? .100 is very old and only useful for making TA backup.
     

    babalizm

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    Sep 16, 2011
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    Is there anyway to install or switch to magisk after flash this boot image?
    I've tried but error 1 :( i love magisk simplicity
     

    kiukirimas

    Member
    May 13, 2012
    30
    8
    NVRAM warning error on Wifi. F3213

    Hi,

    I will release here my updated "boot.img" files for all Xperia XA Ultra.
    You must have an unlocked bootloader to flash with Fastboot.
    You don't need to be on the same firmware as the boot image that you want to flash.
    You have to flash SuperSu again from TWRP just after flashed new boot to avoid bootloop. Not needed on 33.2.B.4.70 and upper.
    All boot images have "ro.secure=0" and "ro.debuggable=1" in default.prop file
    and "forcencrypt" of internal memory switched to "encryptable" in fstab.mt6755 file, "dm-verity" is disabled by default.
    They will probably not work on upper firmwares than the one they are built.



    Releases for Nougat:
    2017/07/26: From 36.1.A.0.182 kernel sources and Ramdisk from 36.1.A.0.182 FR firmware.
    https://mega.nz/#!kgYgFCZJ!gmf6ptCwGJRdOeYwIJo3eGa-1er--yQPxjtxy6kbppU

    I have an Xperia XA Ultra single sim, I am root right now with this kernel, but I get an error on mi Wifi settings, it says "NVRAM warning error" I'm on nougat "36.1.A.1.86", I think the error is caused because of the dual kernel you made for both versions of XA Ultra (Single and dual Sim), can you please make individual kernels for individual versions?. thanx in advance.
     

    rrvuhpg

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  • Jan 2, 2009
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    OnePlus 8 Pro
    I have an Xperia XA Ultra single sim, I am root right now with this kernel, but I get an error on mi Wifi settings, it says "NVRAM warning error" I'm on nougat "36.1.A.1.86", I think the error is caused because of the dual kernel you made for both versions of XA Ultra (Single and dual Sim), can you please make individual kernels for individual versions?. thanx in advance.

    Hi, kernel sources are unified for single and dual Sim models so I can't build individual kernel. I think that your problem is because you are on a newer firmware than my kernel. I will not update my work, maybe an other user can do it for you.
     

    kiukirimas

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    May 13, 2012
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    36.1.A.0.182 is still with error

    Hi, kernel sources are unified for single and dual Sim models so I can't build individual kernel. I think that your problem is because you are on a newer firmware than my kernel. I will not update my work, maybe an other user can do it for you.
    Hi, thanks for your answer, I just followed your advice, and now I can see is not the firmware, is the kernel who causes the problem. I just installed the 36.1.A.0.182 firmware version from flashtool, and installed the kernel, following your tutorial for root, but I'm still having the same problem. I must say that I successfully did root my previous phones in Nougat and marshmallow (Xa-E5-L1) and marshmallow in the Xa ultra too, but is only the Nougat version of XA ultra who gives me this problem, can you check it please?. I wanted to use another kernel from XDA, but I can't see any other, so please you are the only one person who can fix this. thanx in advance.
     

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      Hi,

      I will release here my updated "boot.img" files for all Xperia XA Ultra.
      You must have an unlocked bootloader to flash with Fastboot.
      You don't need to be on the same firmware as the boot image that you want to flash.
      You have to flash SuperSu again from TWRP just after flashed new boot to avoid bootloop. Not needed on 33.2.B.4.70 and upper.
      All boot images have "ro.secure=0" and "ro.debuggable=1" in default.prop file
      and "forcencrypt" of internal memory switched to "encryptable" in fstab.mt6755 file, "dm-verity" is disabled by default.
      They will probably not work on upper firmwares than the one they are built.

      The Fastboot command is:

      fastboot flash boot NAMEOFIMAGE.img

      Releases for Nougat:
      2017/07/26: From 36.1.A.0.182 kernel sources and Ramdisk from 36.1.A.0.182 FR firmware.
      https://mega.nz/#!kgYgFCZJ!gmf6ptCwGJRdOeYwIJo3eGa-1er--yQPxjtxy6kbppU