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Discussion in 'Rescue Squad Help' started by XKXDISTURBEDXKX, Dec 22, 2010.

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    Ok so i upgraded to Cm 6.1.2 on my D1 and i flashed a kernal from ROM manager that was under the Cyanogen Mod dowlnoads and it was marked "7 slot 1.3Ghz standard voltage* or something likle that so when i installed and rebooted i got stuck on the Motorola Logo, the Boot Sign, what do I do?
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    Did you make a backup? If so reboot phone holding the x key to get in recovery mode and reload backup.

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    I just pulled the batt, rebooted with X of course went to nandroid and went to my lateest back up and hopefully then everything will be alright, maybe i shouldnt try to flash that high of a kernal lol
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    Another thing that would be a good practice is to have several differing kernels on your sdcard so that if flashing one bootloops you, you can just go back to recovery and flash a lower kernel...

    better than flashing back a full nandroid all the time in these situations...;)
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    How do I get those kernals on my SD?

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    Download kernels on PC, then move to your sdcard, after connecting Droid to PC and mounting sdcard, of course.
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