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Kernel location?

Discussion in 'Android Hacks and Help' started by mountaineerndixie, Dec 1, 2010.

  1. mountaineerndixie
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    Two requests really......

    Can someone link me to a stock 600 kernel for D1?

    ......or better yet, tell me which folder is it typically located in a custom D1 rom? I'd like to know this anyway.

    ....or both....lol

    I can't search for **** on this Tapatalk type app.

    Thanks........

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    Bump......

    Can someone please tell me how and from where to extract a kernel from a custom D1 ROM? Which file/folder does it reside and how to open said file/folder in order to remove it?

    Thanks to someone in advance....

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    Theres a few. Chevyno1 and Slahyer kernels are the ones I used. I think the stock kernel is 800mhz. For some reason the links I had for Chevyno1 arent working for me now. Here are some Slahyer kernels. Index of /DL/LFY/KERNELS LFY stands for Liquid Frozen Yogurt and should work with a lot of roms. If you have Rom Manager, try looking there too.