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[KERNEL] [4.2.x] [GSM/LTE/CDMA] ⇒☆007☆ v3.7.1

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28th February 2012, 07:11 AM   |  #501  
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you ask for advice, then don't listen
this isn't imoseyon's kernel...just because something doesn't work with his,...

I'm sorry, i wasn't trying to be annoying or arrogant in any way, i was simply just hoping to get an answer as to why you use those UV settings and if they would decrease performance. But i'll try with your UV settings you provided. Thanks again.
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because you have already flashed a 007 kernel, your ramdisk is ro.secure=0 so by flashing the ak you will keep this so you are all good. flash away.
If you where completely stock (stock kernel) then you would need to flash a non-ak then the ak
I hope that is clear

completely clear, thanks for the help!
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Hi guys...this kernels is using CFQ as default scheduler...but most use deadline..

So heres my question...wich one is the best for this kernel?
28th February 2012, 07:06 PM   |  #504  
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Hi guys...this kernels is using CFQ as default scheduler...but most use deadline..

So heres my question...wich one is the best for this kernel?

not quite sure what you are asking? you are saying that most (other) kernels use deadline? and this kernel uses cfq...
so my answer is (with the exception of voltage) this kernel boots to the defaults I feel are best
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not quite sure what you are asking? you are saying that most (other) kernels use deadline? and this kernel uses cfq...
so my answer is (with the exception of voltage) this kernel boots to the defaults I feel are best

Yeah most use deadline...even stock...thats why im asking

Tks and great kernel btw

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4.0.2 ND v2.1.3 causes freezes with ARHD 2.1.5
Anyone know what's happening?
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4.0.2 ND v2.1.3 causes freezes with ARHD 2.1.5
Anyone know what's happening?

your the first to say...quite a few downloads.
can you expand on your setup -voltages, clock, what apps it freezes on etc.
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your the first to say...quite a few downloads.
can you expand on your setup -voltages, clock, what apps it freezes on etc.

Undervolted using your recommend voltage.
Screen on: interactive freq min: 350 max: 1200
Screen off: hotplug freq max: 350

Freezes happened when I turn on the screen maybe it's a wake up bug??
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Undervolted using your recommend voltage.
Screen on: interactive freq min: 350 max: 1200
Screen off: hotplug freq max: 350

Freezes happened when I turn on the screen maybe it's a wake up bug??


get rid of your profiles and only use interactive
when the screen goes off, the kernel will take care of things
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Undervolted using your recommend voltage.
Screen on: interactive freq min: 350 max: 1200
Screen off: hotplug freq max: 350

Freezes happened when I turn on the screen maybe it's a wake up bug??

your screen off max frequency is too low when using hotplug governor...
i had the same issue a while ago on imoseyon's leankernel.
set your screen off max frequency to 700mhz...that should solve your problem...

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