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Root Backing Up Kernels

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by BanhMi, Dec 7, 2010.

  1. BanhMi

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    How does one back up a kernel? I want to flash one of Geekniks DJ05 kernels, but I'm not sure how to backup my kernel before doing so. Do you need an external program to do this? Will a nandroid work? Thank you!
     

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    theres no need to backup a kernel...you can just reflash it if you dont like the current one :)
     
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    if you want the stock DI01 kernel that came with the phone, yes you can directly flash the one in that link over stupidfast :)

    it could also be pushed in odin, with odin version of the file
     

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