nofam:Neets:nofam:kiwijunglist: I can follow the instructions, but i also dont fully understand the function of the kernal vs' the other firmware upgrades.
Indeed - hence my reluctance to go messing about with things when I've only just got my phone back in working order.
My thoughts at this stage is just to ignore the warnings for now, keep doing regular backups, and I'll eventually sort it in a future upgrade.
JPO w/JPP modem seems fine to me at the moment, although I'm finding the lag annoying, hence my desire to put NO-RFS advanced EXT4 back on.
Apparently just flashing the ROM twice will resolve the problem. So long as you're using a ROM with the good kernel (k9 and higher). But if you're staying on a ROM that's got the problem that might corrupt the /system, then you need t follow Kalpik's instructions.
Likewise, what part the kernel plays in the OS I'm unclear of too. And I also want to apply the NO-RFS advanced EXT4 lagfix, it's a good one and the phone still needs it.
Cool - that gels with my thinking on it too; so if I decide to flash Doc's XXJPO v8 over my current XXJPO v7.6.2, I need to flash the k9 kernel first as per the instructions?
I'm debating going to a 2.1 and then starting the whole thing of going to Froyo via Doc's rom. Some have said if you've flashed several roms sometimes things can get left behind. So going back to say JM8 will give you a clean slate to then restart the whole flashing process.