It may. But better to wait a couple of days for the Kirisakura update.
Gonna test it cus bored lol
I'm personally using kernel flasher. No problems on my end.
Custom roms are hit and miss and not really supported. If it works it works, if it don´t it doesn´t. But your issue is due to magisk.
There´s really no need to document anything. You did not use magisk stable as advised in the instructions.Haven't tried Magisk stable 25200 or even 25000 yet, just on the new 5 day old v26.0, will report back!
And I 100% don't expect support on this since it is unsupported firmware, so TY for the reply!
Just wanted to get this documented in this thread in case there were any others curious about trying it
magisk v26 is NOT stable. (as for the problem please see the replies above)Gonna test it cus bored lol
Update: does not work, im going to install A13 march build.
SECOND UPDATE: After going back to A13 march build, I tried installing the kernel and got the same problem than before. Turns out its because of magisk stable v26.0 I had to re-do everything just this time with magisk stable v25.2 and kernel worked perfectly.
Magisk 26.1 works fine and it is the latest stable release. I use EXKM as my kernel manager.What version of magisk do you recommend to install this kernel? What version of kernel flasher or program do you recommend to flash this kernel? , I have obtained the boot unlock and the root, I just need to flash the kernel, and I want to try it since it looks very good.
The main problem is time I have available.The Pixel 7 series received the September update, whereas the Pixel 6 series did not. Considering that Google unified the main kernel tree for both the Pixel 6 and 7 series, I assumed it would be easier for you to provide longer support for the Pixel 6 series as well. Is this simply an oversight, or will we not receive an update ?
Thank you so much for your work anyway, I find myself more excited about your monthly kernel updates than the ROM updates from Google.
I was feeling brave, so jumped ahead anyway.