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[Kernel][v11.4][Jun 20][Gallimaufry & Aggressive Governors][Jelly Bean] PopcornKernel

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8th March 2012, 08:39 AM   |  #161  
weird… i never had any issues with camera on madaco 4.0.4

but the gps lock problem persists anyways.... and that is REALLY annoying
8th March 2012, 08:44 AM   |  #162  
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How much uv can we stable handle?

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8th March 2012, 03:12 PM   |  #163  
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I use the Millestone 4 with popcornkernel v8 with the aggressive governor and OC 1350Mhz maxi and mini 350 MHZ, but results on benchmark antutu are 5144 and 2435 Quadrant I find this low, what do you think?
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I use the Millestone 4 with popcornkernel v8 with the aggressive governor and OC 1350Mhz maxi and mini 350 MHZ, but results on benchmark antutu are 5144 and 2435 Quadrant I find this low, what do you think?

not that matters
but i got 70xx in antutu with 7.41 and 69xx with 8.0 (same set up except i use aokp m3)

UPDATE:
just tried m4 with v8
54xx in antutu
reverting back to m3 for now (64xx in cm9 latest nightly)
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8th March 2012, 10:16 PM   |  #165  
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weird… i never had any issues with camera on madaco 4.0.4

but the gps lock problem persists anyways.... and that is REALLY annoying

Do you know what kernels don't have this problem, that way I can try to see if it was a patch that is causing it?
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It all depends on your phone. But when you undervolt, don't drop like 200 at once, go like 50 at a time, then test to see if your phone is stable.
8th March 2012, 10:20 PM   |  #166  
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Do you know what kernels don't have this problem, that way I can try to see if it was a patch that is causing it?


It all depends on your phone. But when you undervolt, don't drop like 200 at once, go like 50 at a time, then test to see if your phone is stable.

I've only seen it with yours; tried all others. :-\

Other than that, your kernel is a beast that sips battery juice!!
9th March 2012, 06:32 PM   |  #167  
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How much uv is good for aggressive gov?

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How much uv is good for aggressive gov?

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Ohh I am on the newest 8.2

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9th March 2012, 10:50 PM   |  #169  
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I was using v8. I wiped delvic as always then installed nightly v8.2.1 the phone would not boot up past flash screen then just black screen. I had to pull the battery, reboot into recovery (power + vol up and down) and reinstall v8 to fix it.

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I was using v8. I wiped delvic as always then installed nightly v8.2.1 the phone would not boot up past flash screen then just black screen. I had to pull the battery, reboot into recovery (power + volume down) and reinstall v8 to fix it.

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probably a bad download. re download and make sure the md5's match up

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