Uhh... I mentioned this on the 2nd post itself. Please read this and see the video. You can do it via fastboot. No recovery needed.xGambitx wrote: ↑Jan 3rd, 2013 11:08 amquick question, trying to go back to stock kernel because franco is giving me alot of issues.
the stock one listed on the front page is a .img extention which I cannot install from recovery and it is expecting a .zip file,
how do I install stock kernal .img file ?
FYI: Not only to you, but as a casual reminder, to all, please do read the entire guides I have posted up before asking any questions. If you still have questions after you've read the guides, then you can feel free to ask. I have covered every portion out there, except - going back to stock from custom ROMs, etc. Which I will do when I get the time.
So xGambitx here you go, taken from post # 2 on the first page with a video guide:
Now if you want to restore back to the stock kernel or any other custom kernels, you can follow the necessary steps. This is also if you mess up.
1) If your phone gets messed up for any reason, you can always restore your Nandroid back up. Provided of course you have made a Nandroid backup already.
2) The other way is to flash the stock kernel/boot image. Link can be found under "STOCK ANDROID FILES" at the top of this Post #2.
i) Once you have that downloaded, boot your phone into fastboot mode
ii) Type in "fastboot flash boot boot.img"
iii) When its done, reboot by typing "fastboot reboot"
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