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[KERNEL] [GPL] [GN] franco.Kernel r398

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23rd February 2013, 07:08 AM |#39531  
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Still cannot understand poweramp stutters problem-earlier, on 4.0 and 4.1 I managed to resolve it playing with frequencies, now, since r360 or maybe some other build, I don't remember exactly, the problem returned. I discovered it on r364, I suppose, because I do not listen to the music constantly, but with that build the stutters were obvious and not only with flacs. So I flashed back many 4.1.2 builds and no one could cure it. Began to play with settings and voltages, no result. Tried many other kernels, and obviously, some kernels reduce the problem to the minimum, lean kernel, for the instance and the current kernel I use. But when I flash back 364 and use the same settings as in those kernels, the stutters don't desappear...
Yes, I know most users don't experience such problems with Franco kernels, I see the ROM and the programms can be involved too, but, if it's true, why do other kernels solve the issue? Any ideas?

Someone over RasBean thread have the exact same problem as you, can't get rid of it despite changing multiple settings, the only thing working for him/her right now is either stock, lean and AK it seems, Franco/Trinity has the same issue. Have you tried other apps? Either the app or the file is the culprit, a few files from my library also for some reason stutters so much to the point it stops the system to a grinding halt.
 
 
23rd February 2013, 08:50 AM |#39532  
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Is it just me or does BFQ seems really fast? I've been running it for a bit and it definitely feels liquid.

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23rd February 2013, 10:09 AM |#39533  
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Someone over RasBean thread have the exact same problem as you, can't get rid of it despite changing multiple settings, the only thing working for him/her right now is either stock, lean and AK it seems, Franco/Trinity has the same issue. Have you tried other apps? Either the app or the file is the culprit, a few files from my library also for some reason stutters so much to the point it stops the system to a grinding halt.

Yes, I tried Play music repeating the stuttering tracks if they weren't flacs, the stutters remain, and I also used my home stereo to test the problem files - they're OK. And I reinstalled poweramp, flashed clean rom, wiped everything I could, used osmosis' reset zip etc...
With lean there were some stutters too playing some hard flac files, with AK I do not hear any stutters at all (but I am testing it just for a day). So I think it's something within the kernel...
Edited: here's on of the tracks causing stutter, maybe anybody could check it on his phone?
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23rd February 2013, 10:38 AM |#39534  
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Is it just me or does BFQ seems really fast? I've been running it for a bit and it definitely feels liquid.

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BFQ was franco's default.

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23rd February 2013, 11:35 AM |#39535  
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BFQ was franco's default.

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Not deadline?

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23rd February 2013, 11:37 AM |#39536  
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Not deadline?

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The operative part there is "was". Deadline is default now.
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The operative part there is "was". Deadline is default now.

oops, sorry I've missed out the 'was'

Edit: may I ask about the reason for the change of default I/O?

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Hi everyone..
I'm on ROM stock 4.2.2
With franco kernel r365

Can anyone suggest me some settings for better battery life?like CPU frequencies,governor etc..

Thanks

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23rd February 2013, 02:52 PM |#39539  
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Hi everyone..
I'm on ROM stock 4.2.2
With franco kernel r365

Can anyone suggest me some settings for better battery life?like CPU frequencies,governor etc..

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try osm0sis settings

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=34951507
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oops, sorry I've missed out the 'was'

Edit: may I ask about the reason for the change of default I/O?

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Cuz first multiple interactive patches were merged, then we started tweaking things and now deadline runs 7.9 in the quarter mile

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23rd February 2013, 03:43 PM |#39541  
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And do you leave thermal throttle enabled without having annoying slowdowns? (i mean in games like nfs mw or mc4)
I named these two games just to give an example

No problems here when I was playing those awhile back. Maybe joaquinf can comment though, since I know he games more and plays those more frequently.

---------- Post added at 11:43 AM ---------- Previous post was at 11:35 AM ----------

On a separate note, my wlan_rx_wake lock issue also coincides with Android OS using an unacceptable amount of battery according to the Battery page in Settings (same awake time as wlan_rx_wake in BBS). I know a few people had the Android OS issue here in recent memory, so, to those that did: have you found any solutions since you last posted?
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