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2.6.32 froyo kernel


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Thought I had an account on here....had to re-register, nevermind.

I upgraded to 2.1 using instructions from here, can I just check that this is the upgrade to 2.2? If not, can the pulse be upgraded to Android 2.2?

Cheers

GUIDE

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happy to have smth new and sad to dont get anything of it <_<

just wondering how pulse would be with the new kernel :P

i hope it can be done soon .

thx and sorry for bothering :rolleyes:

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My phone has never been so fast!!! :D

Do you mean you flashed with boot.img (kernel 2.6.32) with CM6/7, and it run faster ? :o

Pls show some capture screen ? :D

cheers

James

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Yeah, but that's too cool for me...

Im afraid of trying this out myself :D

I'd better wait till Tom G approves it :o :(

who is Tom G, where is Tom G ?

ghost ? :D

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Guys, I'm sorry, still got no updates, been waiting for Tom G a bit... :D

Will.. keep... looking... into... it... :D

Is Tom G developing the camera driver??

Or some other things?

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We also have tried to compile a booting kernel, but haven't got pass the bootloop. We even got bootloop after turning off the problemetic drivers. Actually it seems like a bunch of mad munkies, with a bunch of copy+paste actions made it. Or only we couldn't get anything working. I also tried to compile an m860 kernel, but as usual bootloop. The last time i managed to compile a simply broken kernel, that gave a black screen after the splash logo.. but hey no loops this time :D

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@rangeoshun, could you please give me a few instructions on what you did? Just so that we don't do repeated work.

We tried to fix the issues emerging like including unincluded .h files that helped to compile. If that didn't work, we replaced them with older driver files. But the mostspeaking was the fact, that even when turned off, it bootlooped. So I think the problem might be more deep ..

Also I tried to use the defconfig file to make a bootable kernel, but it didn't work also.

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