Try reading ALL of the research, instead of picking and choosing what you want to hear.
The eMMC fwrev has NOTHING to do with the kernel itself.Cool. I am new to source code, did some googling and searching but was unable to find versioning in the source. Anyone know if its version 25 and not 19, which has the bug?
Anyone know of a good tutorial on jow to work with the source? All I found are pretty technical, plus in this day and age cannot fathom why there is so much 1970 command line crap to it lmao serious respect to the devs, just the hours they put in to find stuff out. Its amazing
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Nope. Seriously - they've been aware of this since before they started ICS development for this device, as it was discovered initially with Galaxy Nexus PROTOTYPES. As in - prior to November 2011.
Find the original reason for Entroy's reply, the post he was replying to was asking which kernel version this source release is and if it contained the bug.
The bug isn't in the kernel, its in the EMMc Firmware that we all have. The Kernel contains a call that triggers the bug.
New kernel wont erase the bug, but it *might* if we're lucky and guys like Entropy are clever enough, find a way to not have the trigger in it to fire the bug off.
It looks like we'll have the bug forever...