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Kernel Issue

Discussion in 'Android Hacks and Help' started by soccer568, Jul 3, 2010.

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    Hey i flashed chevy's uv 1.0 ghz kernel to my phone and i got into a bootloop. By the way i am running kanerade 4.0.7. That was my first boot loop but i just restored to my last backup and it was fine. I wandering if i can go ahead and try the lv kernel or will the samething happen and i just need to try a different kernel?
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    Is your ROM froyo based? I'd They one of.p3's kernels.
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    Chevy has said in the past... if I remember correctly... if you get boot loops with his kernals use this rule of thumb...

    Either increase voltage

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    Power the speed

    Example...

    If you boot loop with a 1 ghz ultra low voltage kernel... go to a 1 ghz low voltage... or go to a 900 mhz or lower ultra low voltage kernel...
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    ok thanks i will try another one of his kernels but if it doesent work i will try a p3 kernels.