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[KERNEL][ICS] Tiamat AOSP Kernel 3.0.5 (Updated 2012/2/9)

theMichael

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Posted 09 June 2012 - 06:14 AM #21

no matter what kernel i flash it wont overwrite the stock build 38 kernel. any ideas?
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| Phone: HTC Thunderbolt | Rom: Thundershed 1.6 | Kernel: leankernel 6.2.1 | Radio: .19 |
| Tablet: Motorola Xoom (Wi-Fi) | Rom: Team EOS build 155 | Kernel: Tiamat |

christianpeso

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Posted 09 June 2012 - 08:45 AM #22

no matter what kernel i flash it wont overwrite the stock build 38 kernel. any ideas?


Which recovery r u using? I believe Team EOS softkey recovery does not flash kernels. It is a bug. If u r using that, try a different recovery.
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supercutetom

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Posted 09 June 2012 - 10:58 PM #23

I would recommend using a different recovery and if that doesn't work try using soft, sweet, tender words to your xoom. OH, and I brought with me this updated kernel thing that you guys seem to like so much.

http://dl.dropbox.co....0.23-gpuoc.zip
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simonbarsinistr

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Posted 10 June 2012 - 02:17 AM #24

Haven't tried the new kernels yet with 38. I tried to dirty flash the update, and boot looped. I had to restore and I haven't tried it again since. But as is this thing has been great. 6 days of time on battery with over five hours of screen time. I almost don't want to mess with it.

Of course I still will.

Sent from my Xoomin Unicorn
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theMichael

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Posted 10 June 2012 - 05:27 AM #25

Which recovery r u using? I believe Team EOS softkey recovery does not flash kernels. It is a bug. If u r using that, try a different recovery.

this did the trick. changed to team rogues recovery. any idea why team eos wont flash kernels?
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| Phone: HTC Thunderbolt | Rom: Thundershed 1.6 | Kernel: leankernel 6.2.1 | Radio: .19 |
| Tablet: Motorola Xoom (Wi-Fi) | Rom: Team EOS build 155 | Kernel: Tiamat |

supercutetom

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Posted 10 June 2012 - 11:55 AM #26

Its just some sort of bug. Everyone has had that problem. I'd rather have Team EOS focus on makin my Xoom a smooth and speedy beast than worrying about the recovery anyhoo. Thats just me.
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simonbarsinistr

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Posted 11 June 2012 - 07:48 PM #27

Finally did a full wipe, clean build 38 install, then a advanced nandroid data restore. Now I'm up and running on the newest tiamat kernel that supercute extracted. Hopefully it's as kickass as the other versions have been.

Sent from my Xoomin Unicorn
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simonbarsinistr

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Posted 15 June 2012 - 04:29 PM #28

So far it's running great, the idle battery drain is ridiculous. It will sit for nine hours and barely change. The screen on drain is more than acceptable too!

Sent from my Xoomin Unicorn
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brillntred06

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Posted 06 July 2012 - 02:49 AM #29

None of the links from dropbox are working, any chance you can upload them again supercutetom

Sent from my Xoom using RootzWiki
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supercutetom

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Posted 06 July 2012 - 09:23 AM #30

Absolutely, good sir.

https://www.dropbox.....0.23-gpuoc.zip

P.S. There was a new kernel earlier today that I'll have up sometime later if you wanna hold off on flashing. Thats up to you guys. I'm just far from home taking care of my sick grandfather so my free time is slim at the moment.

UPDATE: Sorry for the delay. Its kinda self explanatory. Anyways, here is newest kernel. Its mainly behind-the-scenes wifi, usb, and processor fixes from what I can tell...

Tiamat 3.0.24:https://www.dropbox.....0.24-gpuoc.zip

Edited by supercutetom, 07 July 2012 - 02:17 PM.

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