Recently I began to put some kernels out there that I had compiled using Bekits OMAP source. As I began to get the hang of compiling and after a million questions to P3 and Bekit and others, I built a kernel I felt confident I could share with others.I configured my kernel a little different than the conventional kernel and like the results as well as the majority of those who have tested. I have since built a variety of configurations and wireless and wired tether are enabled. I look forward to sharing them with you and hope to learn from any positive feedback that you can share. Thank you and enjoy.
The kernels can also be found in the rom manager under Jrummy's theShizz and Mrbobrowitz's section as well.
Thank you once again P3 for all your help and skill
Bekit for your information and contribution to the community
Everyone who tested with a special thanks to my roman irish friend who with his feedback and support has hung with them.
apply to root of sdcard
install zip from sdcard
choose zip from sdcard
Or simply use the rom manager to install from sdcard
rename to update.zip
and flash as you would any update.zip
Well froyo 2.2 has really come in with a nice bang and stirred excitment among the community. My first batch of kernels for froyo proved to be a short of my standards after hearing feedback from testers and users. This inspired me to really get down into my work and see what I could do to get them up to standard. I wanted to first thank P3 droid for his wireless patch allowing us to take advantage of these features as well as the assistance with all my questions. To all the testers every last one of you guys keep me going and make me want to continue to improve in anyway possible. Thank you you know who you guys are.
After feeling good about my .29 kernels I went into building these kernels with confidence only to be suprised. I have decided to move away from the conventional low voltage , medium voltage, and standard voltages and come up with what has worked for me on the various 2.2 roms out there. I believe that they will prove to be well rounded in what we look for in kernels.
Note: when adding constructive feedback please add which rom you are running.Thank you
for any questions or feedback
or i can be found at #koush in the irc