[Kernels] 5/31/11 - Froyo/Gingerbread

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  1. estafusisx

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    No. Do not attempt at all. It shouldn't let you try but if it does i would bet it breaks your phone pretty badly.

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    When I first attempted to mount ext3 in links2sd it said no module available or something like that. Any ideas?

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    I tried using root explorer to delete them all as I noticed the same thing but upon reboot they were still all there. Repeated, same thing again. I don't get it.


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    Thax. I found out after my post yesterday that the bootloader is locked. I'm surprised no one has unlocked that yet. Apparently you can adjust the voltage of the kernel if you use an app like Droid Overclocker. I'm sure the stock kernel is sufficient, but I know battery life can be improved if A) you get rid of all the blur bloat, and B) you lower the kernel voltage.
     
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    Did you turn ext3 on via tools/networking?
     
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    I installed the medium voltage kernel on a rooted FRG83G rom. Runs great so far and battery life has been good.
     
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    Cool, thx for posting up!
     
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    I think the cleanup method only works when you've flashed multiple kernels. There is a bare minimum of files and directories that need to be there for the kernel and modules to work properly. You're not going to save any more space if you've only had 1 kernel to begin with.

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    I've tried 5 kernels on multiple occasions. And I tried counting tgd number of multiple subfolders and I stopped counting at 37.

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    @zackdroid

    I think you are referring to the folder that is a symlink just points back to itself, just a never ending link, it doesn't matter how many times you open the folder up it will just keep repeating itself. Oddly enough, if you open it 20 times, then you have to back out of it 20 times to get back to the root folder. From Chevy's post though, it doesn't take up any extra space though.

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    The space thing was my concern. Thank you for the info. This place is awesome.

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    No problem :)

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    In Chevy's kernel sticky, he lists his 1.2 ghz L.V. as having a 1 gig slot... it doesn't. Has anyone else noticed this???

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  14. ChevyNo1

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    I will take a look ...
     
  15. jimmydene84

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    Hey chevy....have u made any kernels for the TB???

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