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Discussion in 'Droid Charge Development' started by tsitalon1, May 30, 2011.
You just flash over using CWR. You only need to disable lagfix when going to a non-voodoo kernel.
So for example if i have jt's kernel w/ cwr, I go into cwr and install pbj from there?
Thats right. .zip flashes in CWR, .tar flashes in ODIN
Awesome thank you for clearing that up!!
I got ~1000 in quadrant with the non voodoo kernel.
I went to the voodoo kernel and with the EXT4 FS, I tested at 1704! WHoohooo!
So I shouldn't try to update to PBJ from CWR voodoo? How can I get PBJ on my phone then?
CWM is not a kernel and has nothing to do with voodoo.
install the pbj kernel according to the developers recommendations.
We now have a working backup/restore with CWM.
Although I might add CWM v22.214.171.124 (the blue one) was working great for me. I had no issues with backups and restores.
have you tried the imoseyon 13.3 oc kernel it rocks
I liked it.. for a while. I started getting the "unrecognized battery" when I charged my phone while running that kernel. I would have to unplug my phone and plug it back in a couple times for it to not do that.
As of right now, I'm running GummyCharged 1.9.1 w/ PBJT overclocked/undervolted kernel @1200mhz. Been off the charger for 8 hrs, 15 mins, been using my phone heavily today (mostly on wi-fi) and I'm still at 71% battery.
Can anyone verify the Voodoo Lagfix kernel for charge works with Gingerbread EP1W *Leak* rom. I currently have the Charge w/ EP1W rom installed. I am rooted, have everything backed up via Titanium backup, and have CWM recovery installed via Odin. I am chomping at the bit to go to Lagfix and EXT4 file system. If this will work -- any tips to ensure I do not fubar my phone??
Also -- I have V6_Supercharger script installed with Busybox and ScriptManager. Any issues with having the V6 script applied and incorporating the Voodoo Lagfix kernel????
you cant use the ee4 version of voodoo, look on rootzwiki for the ext4 for gingerbread. im not sure what will happen with v6 when you flash the new kernel, sorry