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kmeaw CFW vs waninkoko v2?
kmeaw CFW vs waninkoko v2? –
Hey all. Glad to see that waninkoko has fixed this CFW But is it actually worth getting over kmeaw's or wutang's? I saw he mention that he used the hermes based with some code from PL3 but it still have peek/poke just like the others, and with multiman's syscall 36 incorporated in, isn't that hermes' based coding too?
Basically my point is what is the real MAIN difference between this and kmeaw?
Difference is you lose bluray playback on waninkokos cfw
wow that's bad even on the v2 u lose blu-ray?
No, you don't lose blu-ray playback on waninkoko v2, people tested it a few times.
And i'm not sure if that's worth it or not really, but i guess you can decide for yourself. Kmeaw working good, no freezes? Don't upgrade to wan v2.
Have any problems with kmeaw? Why not try another cfw then, it seems safe this time. If you won't like it... => ofw =>kmeaw.
So it does play bluray films.. I looked in the main thread a few hours ago and 3 people said different things by page 18.
kmeaw's cfw is very stable with the new Hermes based payload, I can't see any point in using waninkoko's version with a very similar payload unless everyone starts using it and it has more homebrew support than kmeaw cfw... And I can't see that happening tbh. Also, having to re flash everytime there is a payload update is ridiculous.
Yea I agree. But as far as payload, multiman already took care of that in the latest release
Originally Posted by Newt182
kmeaw works for me, so i'm sticking with it until someone releases something that no hands down blows it out of the water. wanki's is just more of the same.
we need some kind of fw that lets us mount a virtual dev_brdvd, showing disk and all. i think thats the omega app right there.
Kmeaw + the latest version of MultiMAN works like a charm for me
Agreed. I haven't experienced any issues with kmeaw's cfw and the latest version of MultiMAN.
The way I look at it is, that the payload is integrated in Waninkoko's cfw, whereas with kmeaw's cfw you have to either load up the payload manually or have a backup manager that has the payload patched in.
If there ever is an updated/new payload that is released, then I personally prefer to just update my Backup Manager (with the latest payload patch) rather than go ahead and reflash a whole new custom firmware (with the latest payload integrated). I'll be more inclined to install a cfw with the payload integrated, when these frequent updates to the payload slows down a tad.
Also another added bonus with kmeaw's cfw is that you are able to install signed as well as unsigned pkg files, whereas with Waninkoko's cfw you can only install signed pkg files.
Last edited by N3XuS; 01-30-2011 at 07:21 PM.
Kmeaw is superior because the payload can be updated, changed or not ran at all. The lv2 patch application was updated six times since release!
With Waninkoko's firmware you are trapped with a specific payload and the only way to change or disable it is to reinstall the entire firmware.