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    Kernal for .7

    Is there any way to get the Bekit kernal on the .62 release into .7?

    I can't change the kernal at all on .7 for some reason. And the p3 kernals run like crap on my device and super hot. Bekit's run about 10c cooler.
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    Same here since switching to the P3 kernels for Sapphire my phone has been running really hot I tried the LV and SV ones made just for Sapphire... usually use Chevy's with no heat issues
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    p3droid-7x1000lv-update.zip

    it is on the wiki site under 0.6.2

    Shoot...sorry got the wrong one...hold on...
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    Sorry guys I couldnt find it...Have you tried the new ones that were posted yesterday???

    I will try to find the link...
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    these are the ones that are specific to this ROM...

    p3designs.info/sapphire/

    I have been running the 1100 standard voltage 2 days now and have not had any heating problems or any battery problems. Have been on my phone all day and it has been unplugged since 7 this morning and still have 50% left...
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    Quote Originally Posted by mph122074 View Post
    these are the ones that are specific to this ROM...

    p3designs.info/sapphire/

    I have been running the 1100 standard voltage 2 days now and have not had any heating problems or any battery problems. Have been on my phone all day and it has been unplugged since 7 this morning and still have 50% left...
    I'm going to try the standard voltage 1.1 like you have... I only tried the 1.2 Standard yesterday. Hope this helps my heat issues. I have my fail safe temp warning in set cpu set at 42c and I usually hit that at least 2 a day


    Thanks for the help!!
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    yeah I had a problem with the 1200 yesterday and thats when I switched to the 1100...

    hope it works...
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    I downloaded from ROM manager so I'm not sure when they were posted. But at the time I wasn't able to flash one P3 kernal over another. It would say it was successful but wouldn't actualy change. I installed the Chevy SV 800mhz kernal and it's running a lot better but still about 5-10c hotter than the .62 with bekit's kernal.
    -Matt
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    Just wondering if I use a kernal other then P3droids if I will miss out on any features or functionality, If I can get Chevy's kernals to boot and run stable with this Rom is their anything I would be missing out on?

    Read the Wiki and was a little confused.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tallica View Post
    Just wondering if I use a kernal other then P3droids if I will miss out on any features or functionality, If I can get Chevy's kernals to boot and run stable with this Rom is their anything I would be missing out on?

    Read the Wiki and was a little confused.
    Not really, most of the features would pretty much go unused by most phone users anyway. Just find whatever kernel you like and runs good on your phone. Just make sure it uses the AnyKernel format.

    If your unsure what that is, google
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