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I'm able to compile the source kernel and all works fine, also wifi and bluetooth.

Surprisingly, I have compiled the kernel again, and now everything is working. What was the problem, I do not understand. Thanks to all who helped.

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Guest kgdhost

I have a stock kernel with support module TUN and swap. Wi-Fi works. Kernel without overclocking.

I also have an updated CWM-Recovery, compiled from source v.6.x.x.

If someone needs, I can upload here.

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All install via CWM Recovery.

Modified Stock Kernel:

http://yadi.sk/d/OqYL4ANB26Nts

--- Added support swap;

--- Added module support TUN/TAP;

CWM-based Recovery v6.0.2.5:

http://yadi.sk/d/S5MpC4jD26NrU

Warning:

--- Before the parted SD card, format the card using the phone;

--- Partition SD parted SDcard into sections, read stock firmware;

--- Designations in Recovery: SDcard - external memory, EMMC - internal memory;

--- Recovery is done specifically for the stock firmware LG E400, CyanogenMod may don't identify the memory card after the parted;

I also recently made ​​a slight modification of stock firmware. These Kernel and Recovery already there embedded:

http://4pda.ru/forum/index.php?showtopic=325500&view=findpost&p=16825811 (This site in Russian language).

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Guest yayakuya

i think a last cwm recovery has a same (can't read ext sd if we make a ext2 partition on it)

anyway thanks for your great works... hope it could overclocked with wifi working in the future ;)

+1

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can't read ext sd if we make a ext2 partition on it

Stock kernel have support file systems ext2/3/4, you can see it in the kernel config:


...

CONFIG_EXT4_FS=y

CONFIG_EXT4_USE_FOR_EXT23=y

...

From a configuration file shows that for determine the ext2/3 file systems, used EXT4 driver.

I installed Link2SD and this works fine and exiles all the applications on the second section of the memory card, which is in the file system EXT3. I also tested it on file systems ext2/4, created through the program GParted in Linux.

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i think a last cwm recovery has a same (can't read ext sd if we make a ext2 partition on it)

that's weird, i don't have problem reading ext SD after recreating partition from CWM.

and everything is readable from both stockrom and CM9, which is great :)

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that's weird, i don't have problem reading ext SD after recreating partition from CWM.

and everything is readable from both stockrom and CM9, which is great :)

seriously????

stock ROM cannot read linux swap partition i think....!!! cwm 5.8 was make that partition as default and just working on CM9 nor MIUI ROM. correct me if i'm wrong

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that's weird, i don't have problem reading ext SD after recreating partition from CWM.

and everything is readable from both stockrom and CM9, which is great :)

you have a model e400 or e400R?

I have a model e400. And if I parted the SD-card through the original CWM Recovery:

table#1:

#1 partition - FAT

#2 partition - EXT

#3 partition - SWAP

or
#1 partition - FAT

#2 partition - EXT

Then these partitions will read only CyanogenMod. Stock firmware will notify incorrectly formatted SD-card. But if I parted the SD-card as follows: table#2:
#1 partition - SWAP

#2 partition - EXT

#3 partition - FAT

Then the other way around. Stock firmware will read these partitions and CyanogenMod will not be reading them.

Recovery that I redid: http://www.modaco.co...20#entry2080664, parted the SD-card into a table#2 suitable to stock firmware.

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Working stock kernel (Wi-Fi/Bluetooth work). What has changed compared to the original stock kernel:

--- Overclocked to 1000 MHz;

--- Added module support TUN / TAP;

--- Enabled swap;

--- Added profile management processor Smartass V2;

Download: http://yadi.sk/d/21cDxEDK2CnDC

yeaa... i know you can do this :thumbup:

thanks a lot dude....

another +1 :D

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Working stock kernel (Wi-Fi/Bluetooth work). What has changed compared to the original stock kernel:

--- Overclocked to 1000 MHz;

--- Added module support TUN / TAP;

--- Enabled swap;

--- Added profile management processor Smartass V2;

Download: http://yadi.sk/d/21cDxEDK2CnDC

Good work!

I posted this on a germen board, i hope this is okay for you

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Guest DeathArrow

Nice! Anybody did any benchmarks with kernel overclocked to 1000Mhz on stock firmware? Because on CM9 when I test with Antutu I get around 4800 without overclocking and 4100-4400 with overclocking and performance governor. Cpu test gets more points but GPU seems to get way less points in Antutu. In Nenamark2 and Basemark ES 2.0 I also get less fps. Probably a sync problem between CPU speed and RAM speed.

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Guest yayakuya

Kernel sources version v10q broken as version v10c. The compiler reports about missing files. :angry:

yes its true... :(

could we merge with the old one? what you think?

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Guest yayakuya

Yes, I already fixed the problem. And compile a new kernel with the same characteristics: overclock, swap, tun/tap, smartassV2.

I would like to test it on the displays with inversion. Test those who have had problems with the display.

Link: http://yadi.sk/d/3D5eZE8F2Mrep

my friends will try this right now, and you will get a results asap

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