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Discussion in 'cvpcs' started by xxlostsurferx16, Jun 30, 2010.

  1. xxlostsurferx16
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    Is P3 droid's kernel on the website the only one that will work with this ROM? I'm a long time user of chevy's kernels so I'm curious. Thanks!
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    I've run Chevy's w/o issue. P3 is working on some custom kernels for Sapphire which are supposed to give the best overall experience w/ Sapphire, but I think any should work as long as they are Froyo. A Bekit kernel comes with the default 0.6.2 install.
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    Try any you like, but I want to stress we only stand behind the current P3-sapphire kernel and the kernel we release in the rom itself. Any others you use at your own risk.
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    Well I for one would pop in the P3 kernel, but the 14.7MB one is still linked. ;)