[KERNELS] Updated! [12/09/12] INSECURE ICS Kernels FOR ROOTING! - I9100 /G /P

lyriquidperfection

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Just thought I would continue Odia's work for anyone who would like Insecure Kernels for their devices.

These are all tested and confirmed working!


Just Unzip and Flash the '.tar.md5' File in Odin.


Note: Use 7zip if you have trouble extracting any of my zip archives.

For Rooting your device after flashing an Insecure Kernel, check out my Samsung Quick Root Application HERE!

I9100 Insecure and Original ICS Kernels
Insecure Kernel Repository - Browse (Dev-Host)

Original Kernel Repository - Browse (Dev-Host)


I9100G Insecure and Original ICS Kernels
Insecure Kernel Repository - Browse (Dev-Host)

Original Kernel Repository - Browse (Dev-Host)


I9100P Insecure and Original ICS Kernels
Insecure Kernel Repository - Browse (Dev-Host)

Original Kernel Repository - Browse (Dev-Host)



Please don't be a leech! If I have helped you and you find these useful then please buy me a packet of smokes! :)
 
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webjunky

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just got my SG S2 last friday and now i'm looking into rooting the device.
when i look at the kernel my phone say's 3.0.15.-1900XWLP4-CL299729

witch kernel do i download in order to keep it original ?

this is my first Android phone this is all new to me :eek:
 

lyriquidperfection

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just got my SG S2 last friday and now i'm looking into rooting the device.
when i look at the kernel my phone say's 3.0.15.-1900XWLP4-CL299729

witch kernel do i download in order to keep it original ?

this is my first Android phone this is all new to me :eek:
Use any above to provide root shell but search for an original XWLP4 Kernel before flashing an insecure one so you have an original to flash back. :)

Sent from my GT-I9100 using Tapatalk 2
 

leonalewis

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is it right that the original kernals are required only when anyone wishes to go back to stock ROM whenever. And insecured kernals are to be used only at the time of rooting the device and are no more required for installing Custom ROM ?

thanks
 

77cats

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If you would like a specific Insecure Kernel creating for I9100 or other variant of the device then E-Mail the Original zImage to:
[email protected] (Please quote the EXACT Device Model Variant and Firmware version when E-Mailing.)
How do we do that? I quickly tried to look on Google but it's past bed-time for me and I all I've seen looked like chinese. ;)
 

Emexrulsier

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A little bit of advice on kernels I have the i9000p which I am pretty certain would use the same kernel is the i9000 as NFC is gunna be os/hardware dependant. Anyways my kernel is PXXLPC I could put on a normal insecure kernel to root but I am then wanting to put on the official non secure one afterwards but struggling to locate it

Baseband: I9100PXXLPC
Kernel: 3.0.15-i900PXXLPH-CL378510
Build: IML74K.XXLPH


Any help greatly appeciated
 

DF21

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What are the differences between stock kernel and XWLPM Insecure (4.0.4)? and can I do wipe via CWM, which is included in your XWLPM Insecure kernel?