Installing Kernels

Discussion in 'Android Hacks and Help' started by the_kwa, May 11, 2010.

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    did you try low or medium voltage? maybe you need medium?
     
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    tried low, just assumed they were the safer bet...
     
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    i would try medium just to see if it gets you booting.
     
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    Tried a medium, it worked at first. Then later when I rebooted, M logo freeze again.
     
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    What does your phone say under menu -> settings -> about phone -> from firmware version on down. That should have been the first thing asked.
     
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    Firmware Version
    2.1-update1

    Baseband Version
    C_01.3E.03P

    Kernel Version
    2.6.29-omap1-g7fa8788
    android-build@apa26#1

    Build Number
    ESE81
     
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    Good deal and thanks. I had a ton of troubles with p3droid's kernels (and not only that, but when I have posted about them, p3droid doesn't reply), try installing "Rom Manager-free" from the market, allow it to flash the CMRecovery image, then go to Download ROM -> CyanogenMod -> bekit kernels. They seem to be the best from what I experience and read.

    good luck
     
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    just tried it, stuck on the "M" Screen again...
     
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    ok, so before when i have this problem i would hold the x and power on the phone. go to nandroid and bring my phone back to were it was.

    now that i have clockworldmod, did i loose my old recovery's?
     
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    i think i got it, thanks for the help