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Acer Liquid Metal Kernel

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Here it is, for those, who want to use OC and official FW.

kernel

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Here it is, for those, who want to use OC and official FW.

kernel

can i just ./fastboot-linux -i 0x0502 boot boot.img

to install this kernel?

or any other way to install the kernel?

(boot.img from zip file)

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can i just ./fastboot-linux -i 0x0502 boot boot.img

to install this kernel?

Yes, you can.

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thx :P

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Hi Vache! I am using 1.100.24 EMEA GEN1, can i flash this kernel to do overcklock?

Thanks!

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Good day Vache how u doin?

Wonder can this work on the latest 2.3.3? thanks :)

cheers!

Nop, it doesn't work.

do have plan to release new kernel soon? especially for metalounay and CM7.thank you

I'm waiting for 2.6.35 kernel source.

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Hi

What are the updates in this kernel?

At what clockspeed it's running?

SD cards working or errors when waking up the phone?

Regards

I use it since vache released it on his tweeter ( about 1 month now ) and I had only 1 time the sdcard issue ( I have a 16Go class 6 )

Cheers,

Stéph.

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do you think it's possible, to get two zip files with flashable kernels?

1. the original and untouched kernel from the latest 1.100.35 rom

2. the kernel from 1.100.35 rom overclockable with default 906 or 936mhz

thanks!

I use it since vache released it on his tweeter ( about 1 month now ) and I had only 1 time the sdcard issue ( I have a 16Go class 6 )

I have a Kingston 8GB Class 6 and had 3 or 4 sdcard issues a day - but not with Vache's kernel :)

The last one deleted my sdcard completely - thank god I had a backup :)

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do you think it's possible, to get two zip files with flashable kernels?

1. the original and untouched kernel from the latest 1.100.35 rom

2. the kernel from 1.100.35 rom overclockable with default 906 or 936mhz

thanks!

Flash script does not allow user interaction/choice, i never see this.

Maybe it's possible but i dunno how.

P.S : if you post here, no need to send the same thing in PM...

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Flash script does not allow user interaction/choice, i never see this.

Maybe it's possible but i dunno how.

Sorry, corrected my post :) My misspelling *grin*

I meant, two zip files - in each a kernel to flash - one has the original one, the other the modified with higher clock rates.

Sorry I ask, but I have no idea how to manipulate a kernel - or even make a kernel flashable via zip?!

PS: Yeah... sent message first and tought it would be better to share with the others aroudn here :)

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Sorry, corrected my post :) My misspelling *grin*

I meant, two zip files - in each a kernel to flash - one has the original one, the other the modified with higher clock rates.

Sorry I ask, but I have no idea how to manipulate a kernel - or even make a kernel flashable via zip?!

PS: Yeah... sent message first and tought it would be better to share with the others aroudn here :)

You just have to overwrite the boot.img in the zip file, nothing related to the kernel itself.

You can take exemple on this one : http://localhostr.com/download/zeXgf31/boot-test.zip

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Thanks! :)

...and how can I change the boot.img to have the original one from 1.100.35?

I mean, where can I get the boot.img from the latest ROM - Acer only offers a all-in-one setup :)

...and how can I change the clockspeed? I've absolutely no idea - can you help a rookie like me?

Update: Tried replacing the boot.img with the one from Nandroid (it's twice the size)

When trying to flash: Missing file... Verification failed.

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