[n9005][2014/JAN/25][TW] Yank555.lu kernel - discontinued

Re: [n9005][2014/JAN/25][TW ROMs] Yank555.lu kernel v0.8

Postby jdidtht » 28 Jan 2014, 04:40

yank555 wrote:
nikko11126 wrote:version 0.8 tw mj7 still has philz recovery error unresolved. changed recovery to twrp... flash success.


No, Philz updated recovery now goes CM ways, the device is identified as "hltexx", which is a device that does not exist, check the build prop of your ROM, you won't find "ro.product.device" with a value of "hltexx".

I can't just throw that in, else the kernel would ge flashed on any non Exynos Note 3, without knowing it may actually work.

Anyway, as I wrote a few days ago (post on top of this page), I will porbably drop the TW kernel, as I'm just fed up with Samsung's crap, eFuse, Knox, KitKat bootloader etc. etc.

I'm on CM11 now, and that's as close as I can get to AOSP, I won't get a Samsung device EVER AGAIN, getting the Note 3 was a mistake, a weakness, because I got it more or less for free, but I should never have accepted and paid for the Nexus 5 instead.

If you want to flash this (last) kernel, edit the updater-script and remove this line (at your own risk, do it only if you have the correct device !) :

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assert(getprop("ro.product.device") == "hlte" || getprop("ro.product.device") == "hltetmo");


JP.

Wow that sucks to hear yank.. I know it's a pain and all. I appreciate the work u did for touch wiz kernels, this kernel with Tweaked rom was how touch wiz was meant to be.

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Re: [n9005][2014/JAN/25][TW ROMs] Yank555.lu kernel v0.8

Postby yank555 » 28 Jan 2014, 08:36

It's just a lot of time, I don't have (and won't make Samsung the pleasure to buy) a second Note 3 to dev. on, and blind development I won't do ever again, way more time-comsuming :(

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Re: [n9005][2014/JAN/25][TW ROMs] Yank555.lu kernel disconti

Postby Bishop » 07 Feb 2014, 14:42

Hi Yank,
sorry for my question, but nothing to the device N900?
Thx
B :mrgreen:
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Re: [n9005][2014/JAN/25][TW ROMs] Yank555.lu kernel disconti

Postby Laggi » 18 Feb 2014, 13:41

Hello Yank...
What if I install another Kernel or flash a kitkat rom?Do I have to change again the build prop configuration to the stock setting?
ro.securestorage.support=false (default is true)
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Re: [n9005][2014/JAN/25][TW ROMs] Yank555.lu kernel disconti

Postby yank555 » 18 Feb 2014, 17:50

Bishop wrote:Hi Yank,
sorry for my question, but nothing to the device N900?
Thx
B :mrgreen:


Oops ... missed your post. Sorry, I don't have an Exynos version, so since I don't do blind development, I have no kernel to offer for the N900.

Laggi wrote:Hello Yank...
What if I install another Kernel or flash a kitkat rom?Do I have to change again the build prop configuration to the stock setting?
ro.securestorage.support=false (default is true)


Another kernel, all should require the build.prop change, but some builds don't I've had reported, nkt for my kernel either. It's a SELinux thing, so needed for custom kernels.

But don't flash this kernel on a Samsung Kitkat ROM, it won't boot.

And I said a few posts back, development for TW ROMs is discontinued for the reasons explained in that post.

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