Updating kernal

Suppose you have flashed a firmware that was actually not meant for your country and you are concerned about the future Over-the-Air updates, you can change the CSC (Consumer Software Customization) code of your device as per your country to avail the official software updates. If you do not know what the CSC of your country is, head over here.The following documentation provides instructions for building an Oracle 11g database with ASM residing on an Oracle Linux Server (Version 5.3, Kernal version 2.6.18). Ask a UNIX administrator to check that the correct OS packages have been installed as detailled in the Packages for Oracle Enterprise Linux v5 section below. Create and run .profile - see File Listings section below. Ensure the database file systems have been created with correct permissions and have been sized appropriately for the application. Do you still want to modify the details of SID database(s)?

The size of the firmware zip is 541.3 MB that expands to about 700 MB on being extracted.

The directory is in use by Oracle Home '/u01/app/oracle/agent10g'. Oracle Universal Installer clean END Oracle install clean START Clean install operation removing temporary directory '/tmp/install' on node 'myhost' Oracle install clean END ######################### CLEAN OPERATION END ######################### ####################### CLEAN OPERATION SUMMARY ####################### Successfully de-configured the following database instances : SID Cleaning the config for CCR As CCR is not configured, so skipping the cleaning of CCR configuration CCR clean is finished Successfully detached Oracle home '/u01/app/oracle/SID/product/11.2.0' from the central inventory on the local node.

The Oracle Base directory '/u01/app/oracle' will not be removed on local node. Successfully deleted directory '/u01/app/oracle/SID/product/11.2.0' on the local node. Oracle install successfully cleaned up the temporary directories.

But if you are new to such things, we have given some simple steps that will help you install the Android 4.1.2 firmware.

The first boot will take a longer time that usual boot.

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