See Bug 791329
2. Radish is used to prevent netd from being crashed.
After putting the manufacturer-provided boot image for ICS under the top level directory, with the name "boot-otoro.img", extract-files.sh (used by config.sh) will extract the kernel from that image and put it under vendor/qcom/otoro/kernel. When building, if the build system finds this vendor/qcom/otoro/kernel file, it will use it to create a boot image for the otoro device.
…is for ICS, which doesn't work with GB based kernels