Kra1o5

Ouch Kernel ICS v1.4 [12/03/2013]

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Anyone notices that this kernel breaks Instagram, it freezes when I try to upload the picture.

Thanks for the Kernel, other than that is perfect for me. But any solution would be great. I have stock+ R6 installed.

I read you fix it.

Greetings

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I thought i would have a go at installing this as in the github files there is the USB OTG drivers listed.

Kernal works great on my phone but the USB host/OTG bit doesnt appear to work. I used an app called usb host diagnostics running with root permissions and it doesnt detect a usb memory stick plugged in via a usb otg cable. I might try a keyboard and mouse later to see if its just the memory stick it didnt like.

It would make this a killer kernal to use if USB OTG was enabled!

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Hi Kra1o5!

Some time ago, Bruno managed to fix your kernel to work with Baidu rom (bluetooth problem).

It is tested and works fine on Baidu v3 and Baidu beta 26.

http://www.4shared.com/get/sU64Bc7X/OC_baidu_final_V4_kernel_1.html[/CODE]

I post it here since it may be of use for others.

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Hi Kra1o5!

Some time ago, Bruno managed to fix your kernel to work with Baidu rom (bluetooth problem).

It is tested and works fine on Baidu v3 and Baidu beta 26.

http://www.4shared.com/get/sU64Bc7X/OC_baidu_final_V4_kernel_1.html[/CODE]

I post it here since it may be of use for others.

Thanks for sharing. I just flashed it over Baidu V3, after the 109808 baseband and patch, and bluetooth doesn't work - you try to turn it on, and it turns itself off again after a couple of seconds, same as the stock kernel did when I tried that with Baidu.

GPS works well anyway :)

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It was made for baidu v3 and confirmed by users as working one. I tested bluetooth last night and transfered a song on baidu 26 repack from pocha.

My baseband is native 2030.

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It must be a baseband thing as i have just tried it again in Baidu and it works fine on 2030 with the OC V4 Kernel.

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Is there any kernel which I can use on CM7 (cm7 based rom)? I didn't know where to ask... :( On cm7 does not work wifi tethering, that may be kernel issue??

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I don't know exactly what made the difference, but on a fresh Baidu install, the kernel is working perfectly, bluetooth and all :)

Any temptation to follow the latest kernel trend for extra memory? ie from cm changelog "reduced mdp/adsp memory sizes, saves 15mb RAM".

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I don't know exactly what made the difference, but on a fresh Baidu install, the kernel is working perfectly, bluetooth and all :)

Any temptation to follow the latest kernel trend for extra memory? ie from cm changelog "reduced mdp/adsp memory sizes, saves 15mb RAM".

That RAM thing is only needed in CM, the stock ROM already has lots of available RAM.

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Was searching whole thread but didnt find answer - does this kernel work on stock ics? Running B952...

and which app needed for enabling zram?

thx for reply

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Yes. You can use this kernel on stock rom . For zram I use pimp my rom.

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Great Kernel.

Install it now on Lightning Rom. Fast and Smooth.

Antutu score raises from 38** to 4008 (No OC) :)

Found no bugs so far!

Good Work!

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