new rooted wanting to kernel

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  1. tsmith7461

    tsmith7461 New Member

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    First off I did the root from Root from MotoCach's "root regardless of os" with rsdlite and sprecovery. my current android version is 2.2.1 ( I have no idea which version this is) and the current kernel is 2.6.32.9-g68eeef5...
    Which kernels am I supposed to be using is my question. I've install titanium back up(free) and setcpu. Anything else I should take care of before changing the kernel?
     
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    guidot Developer Relations Staff Member Premium Member

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    Yes. Do a nandroid backup in sprecovery. Rename the kernel update.zip and flash in sprecovery.

    There is a guide in my signature.

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    furbearingmammal DF Super Moderator

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    You have the stock kernel. All is well. If you want to change then you need to pick FroYo kernels and decide what you want out of the kernel.
     
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    Thanks mammal, that's what I wanted to know!!
     
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    Quite welcome. For the record you can O/C the stock kernel to 800MHz.
     
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