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Old June 19th, 2012, 09:00 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Can you load more than one kernel?

Just wondering if it is possible. Stuck between hyper 1.5 and 3g turbo. I have really bad data speeds not sure what to do.

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I was told you can only have one kernal flashed at a time. Hyper 1.0 is what I have flashed currently. Use wifi mostly ; my 3g speeds are good for what I need. Hope this helps.
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Old June 19th, 2012, 12:54 PM   #3 (permalink)
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You can only have one kernel flashed at a time it will write over the other one you have installed. Also someone correct me if I'm wrong but isn't 3g Turbo a build.prop script?
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You can only have one kernel flashed at a time it will write over the other one you have installed. Also someone correct me if I'm wrong but isn't 3g Turbo a build.prop script?
It's a line in the ramdisk. Blood already included it I believe
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It's a line in the ramdisk. Blood already included it I believe
OK thanks coming optimus s using kravens cm7 and cm9 I believe they were settings in the build.prop
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I think half of you guys are talking about 3D and the other half are talking about 3G =p

anyway, you can only use 1 kernel.

HYPER won't make your 3G any slower and yes, it includes the 3D booster you guys talk about, which is just a value in the ramdisk changed from 0 to 1 lol.

3G Turbo is build.prop and init.d shit, but if your using CTMod 3G is already optimized so you don't need to use it.
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