The Samsung Galaxy S2 GT-I9100, Samsung’s former flagship device, refuses to be useless and obsolete. Even if this is inevitable, continuous developer support has kept the Galaxy S2 a usable phone especially because of ROMs with the latest version of Android and other custom tweaks. Speaking of tweaks, another custom kernel has found its way to the Galaxy S2′s circuitry and it is named the Dorimanx Kernel. It’s based on the famous Siyah Kernel with additional improvements and tweaks.
The Dorimanx Kernel works on CyanogenMod, AOKP, Sense4all, ported Jelly Bean, MIUI.us, and Samsung Ice Cream Sandwich stock ROMs. If your ROM is based on the new Jelly Bean leak, you’ll have to wait a little bit more for the developer to come up with a Jelly Bean supported update. A lot of users are impressed with the performance and features of this kernel. The best way for you to test its features is by installing the kernel on your Galaxy S2.
This guide shows you how to flash Dorimanx Kernel for the Galaxy S2 I9100.
Congratulations! You’ve just installed the Dorimanx Kernel on your Samsung Galaxy S2 GT-I9100. In case you want to uninstall this kernel, all you have to do is to re-install your old kernel or ROM. Enjoy!
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Hi, first things first: thanks for writing this guide! :)
But I’d like to ask the following: Is there no need to ged rid of the “old” kernel by formating… the apropriate folder? Is the old kernel just beeing overwritten?