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CyanogenMOD LGE E400 Kernel is here: https://github.com/C...lge-kernel-e400

git clone https://github.com/CyanogenMod/lge-kernel-e400.git


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Hello Men
Can I overclock with this kernel? or need use other?

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Lol, it seems like the kernel it's 2.6 instead of 3.0. So CM team did a half assed job and instead of porting the kernel to E400, they just used stock kernel.

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Lol, it seems like the kernel it's 2.6 instead of 3.0. So CM team did a half assed job and instead of porting the kernel to E400, they just used stock kernel.


it's not stock kernel, it's msm 2.6.38 from codeaurora with bits backported into it and lge stuff added to it

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@DeathArrow: Upload your CM10 Device Tree! I am already working to get CM10 to L3 with more than 20% of the bugs fixed that were in your build!

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it's not stock kernel, it's msm 2.6.38 from codeaurora with bits backported into it and lge stuff added to it


It's stock kernel with backports to make it work on ics

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