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  Reply # 613816 23-Apr-2012 17:14
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What's LP8's kernel? Is it LP8 as well?

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  Reply # 613831 23-Apr-2012 17:49
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The kernel with Omega V11 (LP8) is LP7

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 613841 23-Apr-2012 18:05
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I'd feel safer restoring back to v9 omega but as I said I'm not sure what happens when you restore and whether it will do some sort of wipe thereby bricking phone. Maybe I need to read up more on the whole flashing thing.




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  Reply # 613856 23-Apr-2012 18:39
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BigHammer: The kernel with Omega V11 (LP8) is LP7


Thanks. :)

jeffnz: I'd feel safer restoring back to v9 omega but as I said I'm not sure what happens when you restore and whether it will do some sort of wipe thereby bricking phone. Maybe I need to read up more on the whole flashing thing.

I used Mobile Odin to flash Siyah 3.1. Download the .tar file and don't select data/cache wipe when flashing. 

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  Reply # 613857 23-Apr-2012 18:41
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Is it absolutely certain 3.1 is without the issues of rc6?

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  Reply # 613871 23-Apr-2012 19:12
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thanks Lee, ok just to confirm that once this is done the issues with rc6 is gone?, can I use ultimate registry cleaner and also wipe later on???




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  Reply # 613879 23-Apr-2012 19:25
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ok well flashed 3.1 through mobile odin so will see what happens but would rather go to another kernal after all this drama




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  Reply # 613880 23-Apr-2012 19:26
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I've also used Mobile Odin to flash v3.1.  No dramas.




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  Reply # 613886 23-Apr-2012 19:43
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I had no trouble with the rc6. Thankfully. Just to be safe I've gone back to the kernel supplied with V11 for now, and have Siyah 3.1 sitting there waiting for mobile odin to wave it's magic at after a bit more real world 'testing'.

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  Reply # 613896 23-Apr-2012 19:54
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just reading siyah thread on xda and seems that if your camera fc'd then it was the corrupt kernel.

Feel sorry for gokhan as he puts a lot into it.




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  Reply # 613897 23-Apr-2012 19:54
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jeffnz: thanks Lee, ok just to confirm that once this is done the issues with rc6 is gone?, can I use ultimate registry cleaner and also wipe later on???

I have no idea sorry. It was just an intermediate step to me going back to a cf-root kernel.

CF-Root LP7 (cwm flashable)

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  Reply # 613933 23-Apr-2012 20:58
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made my first move to ICS (from Hydroxyg3n 2.3.7)

i don't bother wiping the data first.. and it seemes to work just fine.

my ROM of choice is CleanBlank ROM (The Real Google Experience)






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For anyone using ADB from Windows with recent ROMs that use 1.18 or 1.19 Busybox
(and get colour escape sequences and can't list directories with many files), I have a fix.

Busybox 1.20 is available and enables ls on long directories.
ANSICON enables ANSI colour sequences from Windows command shells: http://softkube.com/blog/ansi-command-line-colors-under-windows/

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  Reply # 614180 24-Apr-2012 09:46
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Samsung Mobile NZ has announced that ICS will be rolling out from telcos "shortly".
http://www.facebook.com/SamsungMobileNZ/posts/409708375714001

Wonder if it's worth updating to it. I'm currently using the I9100DXLP7 stock ROM from March.

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  Reply # 614182 24-Apr-2012 09:48
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GeoffisPure: Samsung Mobile NZ has announced that ICS will be rolling out from telcos "shortly".
http://www.facebook.com/SamsungMobileNZ/posts/409708375714001

Wonder if it's worth updating to it. I'm currently using the I9100DXLP7 stock ROM from March.

I wonder what version it'll be...?

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