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Old 11-04-2010, 06:43 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by JeffElkins View Post
It's one of those things. I'd like to know when the "message" pops up to tell you to let go of the "<" key. I never saw it.

I didn't see anything on nookdev that indicated the kernel was replaced in the rom. It would be a kindness if you could issue the command: "adb shell uname -a" and see what kernel you're running.

The stock kernel gives up:
"Linux localhost 2.6.27-svn21448 #1 Mon Aug 2 23:02:08 PDT 2010 armv6l GNU/Linux"
Sorry I missed your request earlier. I am not as advanced as you are, when I run that command, the DOS window opens and closes too fast to read. If you would give me a precise method of running the adb command, I will give it a try. my rooting is done with Android Commander so if there is a way to get what you want there, let me know. I use Vista
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