- 09-28-2012, 06:14 PM #2
Re: Removing a kernel
1. If you made a nandroid backup of your original setup before you made changes then you could restore that.
2. Running a custom Rom or stock rooted Rom just reflash the Rom and that will replace the kernel you flashed.
3. Find the stock kernel and flash it.
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