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[SM-T110][KERNEL] Andriva Custom Kernel 4.2.2

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nannaniel

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Oct 20, 2013
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Iam not responsible for any domaged caused to your device !!!!

Here goes for the features of the kernel :

- Resolution 1024 x 768 to 1280 x 768.
- Support for OTG cable.
- Support for mouse and keyboard.
- Support for gamepad and joystick.
- Support for external wifi adapter.
- Support for NTFS filesystem read and write native.

Not all tested

INSTRUCTION

flash to custom recovery and reboot

LINK

https://db.tt/3dzFFfQJ

Have fun
 

sushil888

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Jul 10, 2012
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gm

what ??

what do mean by not all tested.
1 some r teted.

2nothing is tested

3is this support sm t111 ?/cause they r somewhat similar.

thanx for effotrts
 

arek78

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nannaniel what does not work and this kernel. I installed this kernel and does nothing.
 
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mai77

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Nov 16, 2011
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Andriva updater script

delete_recursive("/cache");
mount("ext4", "EMMC", "/dev/block/mmcblk0p10", "/data");

delete_recursive("/data/dalvik-cache");
format("ext4", "EMMC", "/dev/block/mmcblk0p5");

package_extract_file("flash_image", "/tmp/flash_image");
package_extract_file("zImage", "/tmp/zImage");

set_perm(0, 0, 0755, "/tmp/flash_image");
run_program("/tmp/flash_image", "/dev/block/mmcblk0p5", "/tmp/zImage");

delete("/tmp/flash_image");
delete("/tmp/zImage");

(what's the point of deleting /tmp files before reboot ?)
 
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Bl!nd

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Can somone explain why it's not working? It's like stock kernel in zip :p. Well this first(resolution change) is really interesting, i would love to have 1280x768.
 

glockman4519

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Can somone explain why it's not working? It's like stock kernel in zip :p. Well this first(resolution change) is really interesting, i would love to have 1280x768.

I tried that in the Dr, aroma rom and the readabillity of the rom wss very bad. What I would love to see is a way to over clock tbe cpu for this ememic tablet. I didnt notice any changes on the tablet after flashing though either. But thank you anyways for all the wok on it Dev...

"Chance Favors the Prepared"
 

TheedAndroid

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Dec 4, 2016
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It sucks

first of all nothing changed and second it BRICKED MY DEVICE THIS SUCKS I HAD TO SPEND 1 WHOLE DAY FIXING IT SO FIX IT AND MAKE A NEW KERNEL THAT SUPPORTS OVERCLOCK.
 

TriDiscord

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Iam not responsible for any domaged caused to your device !!!!

Here goes for the features of the kernel :

- Resolution 1024 x 768 to 1280 x 768.
- Support for OTG cable.
- Support for mouse and keyboard.
- Support for gamepad and joystick.
- Support for external wifi adapter.
- Support for NTFS filesystem read and write native.

Not all tested

INSTRUCTION

flash to custom recovery and reboot

LINK

https://db.tt/3dzFFfQJ

Have fun
Hello, do you happen to have the source code for your kernel? Thank you!
 

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    Iam not responsible for any domaged caused to your device !!!!

    Here goes for the features of the kernel :

    - Resolution 1024 x 768 to 1280 x 768.
    - Support for OTG cable.
    - Support for mouse and keyboard.
    - Support for gamepad and joystick.
    - Support for external wifi adapter.
    - Support for NTFS filesystem read and write native.

    Not all tested

    INSTRUCTION

    flash to custom recovery and reboot

    LINK

    https://db.tt/3dzFFfQJ

    Have fun
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    Andriva updater script

    delete_recursive("/cache");
    mount("ext4", "EMMC", "/dev/block/mmcblk0p10", "/data");

    delete_recursive("/data/dalvik-cache");
    format("ext4", "EMMC", "/dev/block/mmcblk0p5");

    package_extract_file("flash_image", "/tmp/flash_image");
    package_extract_file("zImage", "/tmp/zImage");

    set_perm(0, 0, 0755, "/tmp/flash_image");
    run_program("/tmp/flash_image", "/dev/block/mmcblk0p5", "/tmp/zImage");

    delete("/tmp/flash_image");
    delete("/tmp/zImage");

    (what's the point of deleting /tmp files before reboot ?)