Installing Kernels

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

  1. the_kwa

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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
     
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    Glad you got it fixed, sorry, I usually don't stick around one thread after posting, I keep going, so I wasn't really much help.

    Just as an FYI, when you flash the ClockworkMod recovery, you don't loose your SPRecovery nandroid backups, they're just stored in a different location and are not compatible with each other.
     
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    Once you install rom manager clockwork recovery becomes the primary process. You can, however, flash the alternative (SPR) by scrolling down on the main menu and flash SPR. And as Teddy said the backups are in a separate file and not compatible with each other.

    Mike