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  1. DEF3NDER's Avatar
    I don't have 4g in my area. I wasn't able to access my sd card on that kernel so i flashed a timesinfinity aokp kernel to see if it was any better. It soft bricked my phone so i had to odin back to stock.

    So I'm on stock ics at the moment until i reroot and restore a nandroid.

    On another note, stock is lame but I don't see what everyone was crying about. Runs nice.

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    08-25-2012 10:23 AM
  2. Dark_Knight2's Avatar
    I don't have 4g in my area. I wasn't able to access my sd card on that kernel so i flashed a timesinfinity aokp kernel to see if it was any better. It soft bricked my phone so i had to odin back to stock.

    So I'm on stock ics at the moment until i reroot and restore a nandroid.

    On another note, stock is lame but I don't see what everyone was crying about. Runs nice.

    Sent from my SPH-D710 using Android Central Forums
    How did times infinitys kernel soft brick your phone?
    08-25-2012 10:24 AM
  3. DEF3NDER's Avatar
    Good question. I went over to kernel repository and shopped for the perfect kernel. In the notes, it said this kernel was built for aokp so I thought I'd take it for a spin. Downloaded the tar. and mobile odin'd it...brick. There was only a tar and no zip so I couldn't wipe and flash in recovery like I normally do.

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    08-25-2012 10:35 AM
  4. Cory Streater's Avatar
    All of Dark_Knight2's, Galaxy S II, Epic 4G Touch threads have been locked and archived due to non-compliance of the Forums Developer Rules. Further details will be posted in the form of a sticky within the hour.
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