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Re: [n9005][2014/JAN/05][TWROMs]faux123/Yank555.lu kernel 00

Postby lampz » 07 Jan 2014, 05:10

Will the latest kernel will work on omega v6? XxudmL2?

Do i need to flash any kernel config cleaner before flashing this?


hlteeur-faux123-yank555.lu-MJ6-004u.zip

From Yankee latest kernel to faux latest kernel?

If yes where can i get the script?

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Re: [n9005][2014/JAN/05][TWROMs]faux123/Yank555.lu kernel 00

Postby yank555 » 07 Jan 2014, 08:28

lampz wrote:Will the latest kernel will work on omega v6? XxudmL2?

Do i need to flash any kernel config cleaner before flashing this?


hlteeur-faux123-yank555.lu-MJ6-004u.zip

From Yankee latest kernel to faux latest kernel?

If yes where can i get the script?

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I've had reported MJ6 kernels to run on ML2, but I haven't tested myself...

You can use my cleaner, it's in the OP (post 1).

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Re: [n9005][2014/JAN/05][TWROMs]faux123/Yank555.lu kernel 00

Postby lampz » 07 Jan 2014, 16:22

yank555 wrote:
lampz wrote:Will the latest kernel will work on omega v6? XxudmL2?

Do i need to flash any kernel config cleaner before flashing this?


hlteeur-faux123-yank555.lu-MJ6-004u.zip

From Yankee latest kernel to faux latest kernel?

If yes where can i get the script?

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I've had reported MJ6 kernels to run on ML2, but I haven't tested myself...

You can use my cleaner, it's in the OP (post 1).

JP.

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actually i really cannot find the Kernel configuration & log files removal on the OP.. first post..

here viewtopic.php?f=23&t=328 and here viewtopic.php?f=23&t=331

would you care to share the link ?
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Re: [n9005][2014/JAN/05][TWROMs]faux123/Yank555.lu kernel 00

Postby Yoyoa » 07 Jan 2014, 16:29

My game is a bit laggy with this kernel(ASPHALT8 and GTA SA), any advice to configure?
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Re: [n9005][2014/JAN/05][TWROMs]faux123/Yank555.lu kernel 00

Postby yank555 » 07 Jan 2014, 16:40

lampz wrote:actually i really cannot find the Kernel configuration & log files removal on the OP.. first post..

here viewtopic.php?f=23&t=328 and here viewtopic.php?f=23&t=331

would you care to share the link ?


Oops, correct, haven't updated it for Note 3 :oops:

You can manually remove these files :

/system/etc/init.kernel.sh
/data/kernel-boot.log

Plus another /data/kernel....log (can't recall the name).

But it won't hurt if you leave them there.

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Re: [n9005][2014/JAN/05][TWROMs]faux123/Yank555.lu kernel 00

Postby yank555 » 07 Jan 2014, 19:59

Yoyoa wrote:My game is a bit laggy with this kernel(ASPHALT8 and GTA SA), any advice to configure?


In case you have zswap activated, can you give it a try with it disabled ?

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Re: [n9005][2014/JAN/05][TWROMs]faux123/Yank555.lu kernel 00

Postby LeeO » 09 Jan 2014, 14:01

Were can i find a description about the stats of the governer "intellidemand" ?
I have some probs with spotify and audible. There are some stops while i listen to music or audiobooks.
The last 4 Weeks i used the leanKernel: minimalistic kernel v1.X and set the screen_off_maxfreq up to 220000 (governer interactiveX V4) to fix the problem. Is there a similar stat in intellidemand?

I like your kernel and i don't want to change it :?
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Re: [n9005][2014/JAN/05][TWROMs]faux123/Yank555.lu kernel 00

Postby yank555 » 09 Jan 2014, 14:13

A screen off max will not help, you'd need a screen off min that is higher.

Looks like some apps need more CPU power than the load they actually generate makes the CPU scale up.

Not sure, you may try using one or two steps higher CPU min. freq. in faux clock.

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Re: [n9005][2014/JAN/05][TWROMs]faux123/Yank555.lu kernel 00

Postby LeeO » 09 Jan 2014, 14:25

Okay, what do you think about the "per App" Config in Faux Clock. Should this help when i set "CPU Min Req" up to 883200 only for the two Apps?
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Re: [n9005][2014/JAN/05][TWROMs]faux123/Yank555.lu kernel 00

Postby yank555 » 09 Jan 2014, 14:38

LeeO wrote:Okay, what do you think about the "per App" Config in Faux Clock. Should this help when i set "CPU Min Req" up to 883200 only for the two Apps?


That may indeed be worth a try, I haven't tested that yet...

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