Will this work for the latest CM10.1 Nighlie Build?
i tried on the second newest Nightlie it ran perfect..
and now i try to flash it to this new nightlie build and i just get black screen.?? any suggestions?
Yeah, when looking at other kernels and their respective update explanations, it seems as though most current ROMs don't have the updated "blobs", from what I've gathered. Same physical issue, across the board -- black screen on boot. Unfortunately, until some updates (for ROMs) are released, a lot of the updated kernels won't allow the device to boot up. Hope this helps, even though I don't have any apparent solution(s)! Oh, and btw @ptmr: Don't sweat the haters. Like you said, anyone with common sense could easily deduce the "obvious." If people are too worried about bricking their device, even when the obvious is based on elementary common-sense (shouldn't be any need for spoon-feeding), then flashing custom things on their ~$700 device(s) shouldn't even be in their realm of practice. As anyone [should] know, there is ALWAYS a chance for something to go wrong on custom, non-factory software. "Development" is just what it says it is -- A work in progress! :highfive:
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First of all - I love the work you have done - both Kernels and ROMS - awesome stuff.
I did try flashing the latest Kernel - and it worked on One but not on the other -
It did work on Vanilla Rootbox and is really smooth and fast -
I tried flashing in on the PAC MAN rom - and it tried to boot up - got far as "installing aps" and then it froze - I pulled batter and restarted - and it just sat there - nada - thank goodness for Nandroids -
I haven't tried any others yet - was hoping someone with more time than I have - might of created a list of roms this has worked with - but I haven't seen anything yet...
I will try another ROm and will report my findings a little later -
thanks again - your work is greatly appreciated. (and for those that don't appreciate your work, who needs them anyway?)
EDIT --- I tried flashing on the Latest CM Nightly - and had the same issues I had on PAC MAN - it tried to boot - the CM Boot animation played - aps started to install - and then it hung up at about 3/4 of the way 133 out of 150 aps (or something like that)
anyway it wouldn't budge - I pulled battery and tried to reboot - and this time it hung up on the CM animation - so no go for me anyway - but as I said, I did get it to flash nicely and running on Vanila ROOT Box -
OK guys new plan. I will make a new kernel that is compatible with the new Mali edits. But Force kernel is much faster the way it is and will co tinue this way. If it works awesome, if it doesn't, flash my builds
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I was just going to chime in and suggest just that... JediCM is amazing and has the kernel baked in... Perfection.... 8)
As KISS said years ago.... "You wanted the best, you got the best... The hottest rom in the world... JediCM!"
Lol... Cheers man... Stay golden....
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I could use logic, or I could ask and be certain before I flash a kernel to my device.
It wouldn't take much to reference the version number of the kernel with the corresponding change log. It seems far more common for guys to only post their most current updated version. Apparently you post and link all versions as you update. Having never used any of your work I wasn't aware of that.
So yeah logic could of led to an educated guess to the kernel versions but I think it's ridiculous that you made an issue answering a simple question that was asked twice... someone besides me. Again why not have a concrete answer for something like flashing a kernel? You posted two versions with links and no description of either, with version numbers not referenced any where in your post. Nice job being condescending too, can't say I'm surprised you restored to that.
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