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New Kernel from ZTE : how to enable overclock ?

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Hello.

ZTE just released a new official kernel for this Blade.

How can I enable overclock inside it if I put it in a new ROM ?

Thanks.

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They did ?

Could you link me the sources, I'll see what I can do

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Is this for the Cresent or what?

If it isnt it should be in the Blade section

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ZTE Blade S / Crescent / SFII

Edit : is resolved for me

Edited by Dalmi
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Is new kernel work with vivacity?

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Is new kernel work with vivacity?

Hi, I'm new here and I've been reading a lot of posts about vivacity/san fran 2. I have recently rooted my vivacity using http://ics-t-mobile....vacity.html?m=1 but I struggling to free up system memory as I only have 1%. I'm using Link2sd - which I'm also trying to get my head round. I also have problems with button lights intermittently working and general sluggishness. Will I need this kernel?

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Hi, I'm new here and I've been reading a lot of posts about vivacity/san fran 2. I have recently rooted my vivacity using http://ics-t-mobile....vacity.html?m=1 but I struggling to free up system memory as I only have 1%. I'm using Link2sd - which I'm also trying to get my head round. I also have problems with button lights intermittently working and general sluggishness. Will I need this kernel?

I replied to you in other thread. Please create your own topic next time to make it easier.

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Out of interest, how is it possible to edit a kernel and add features such as overclocking?

I'd be interested in learning this.

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Anything more about this?

 

To install some roms on an SFII (PirateDroid, Iharrybo) you need to install seperate SFII Kernel. There is an older kernel that works, but what about the newest one with overclocking?

 

You can't place the newest kernel boot.img found in Androlim to other roms anymore as the roms get stuck loading up on an Androlim logo.

 

Would be nice to see a flashable zip for the new kernel, or instructions how to include with all roms.

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I found this was used by fibblesan in the earliest SFII kernel zip I can find : http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=748106

Which is suppose to let you update a kernel into any rom?

 

So can anyone/does anyone know how I can take a kernel in boot.img format and include in this update.zip as zImage format?

 

I have tried just copying and renaming, then resigning but it doesn't work.

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