First of all download the correct kernel zip for your rom (Use CUSTOM labeled for custom roms only)
Make sure that if you coming from another custom kernel it don't modify any system files or dtb/dtbo, if it does you MUST reflash your rom before flashing this kernel, same goes if you want to roll back from here to your previous kernel
Just flash the custom version of the kernel and you're good to go. In another side, nice to see you here mate, ping me on Telegram if you have any problems.Hi, I would like to test this kernel in my phone (currently using custom AICP rom) and I don't understand this statement. Does it mean that I have to flash the current .zip of my ROM, and afterwards from the recovery without rebooting, flash the kernel?
Of course I don't know if AICP uses a custom kernel that modifies system files or dtb/dtbo -_-
You can't sideload anykernel zips afaik, use twrp or any kernel tweaker app with flash option like fkm, exkm to flash the kernel.A nice coincidence indeed so I tried to ADB sideload the kernel from the recovery, but the installer told me "wrong android version". AICP is version 11 so it should work, right? I also had to confirm that I trust the wrong signature verification but I guess that's expected. Thanks!
If you're on OOS you should keep it enabled as the system "expects" it to be there. Custom ROMs vary from ROM to ROM
Confirmed working on latest evox and havoc builds.
Oos and his memory management system expect zram to be enabled, disabling it can cause problems.
It happened again this morning, after a night in flight mode. WiFi wouldn't turn on. Interestingly, it came back after a few minutes.Use fkm, exkm or similar app to grab system logcat and dmesg after the problem occurs but keep in mind that I'll not try to "fix" something that is happening just on a certain rom and not on the majority of them and also it can be user related rather than rom/kernel issue.
I use my wireless buds every day for several hours without any problems.
Use any kernel tweaker app and set it to 900MHz or remove the 670MHz related line at init.radioactive.sh into kernel zip.