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[KERNEL][NIGHTLY - 223-JB] franco.Kernel | Linaro Experimental Builds & Discussion

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15th June 2012, 08:29 AM |#111  
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So I need a little clarification on this linaro. Do I need a cm9 utilizing as well as a kernel or just the kernel? Also are these kernels pretty experimental or are they as stable as the regular nightlies?

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The ROM doesn't need to be built with the linaro toolchain, you can use a linaro kernel with a stock rom, a linaro rom with a stock kernel or a linaro rom with a linaro kernel. These kernels are classed as experimental, however I've yet to see any bug reports or crashes.
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15th June 2012, 10:00 AM |#112  
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Tested the linaro version. No noticeable difference. Not visual or benchmark.
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Tested the linaro version. No noticeable difference. Not visual or benchmark.

That's odd. For me there are huge improvements in over-all speed, especially opening recents. And i have noticeable improvements in antutu.
15th June 2012, 11:59 AM |#114  
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That's odd. For me there are huge improvements in over-all speed, especially opening recents. And i have noticeable improvements in antutu.

same here
15th June 2012, 12:57 PM |#115  
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Installed the Linaro kernel. VERY fast.

Before 1.6ghz


After 1.5ghz



Benchmarks aside, the phone feels noticeably faster. Good stuff.

Those of you not getting any improvement are doing it wrong.
15th June 2012, 04:04 PM |#116  
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How's battery life being affected by these kernels?
15th June 2012, 04:11 PM |#117  
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Which of the builds listed in the OP is the newest?

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15th June 2012, 04:15 PM |#118  
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yea I have no idea which one to install....
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It's really not that hard to figure out if you read the post. The doc zips are stock CPU, no overclock by default
15th June 2012, 04:32 PM |#120  
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It's really not that hard to figure out if you read the post. The doc zips are stock CPU, no overclock by default

Doc builds don't mean no CPU overclock, they mean no board overclock.
The non doc builds have a 5% overclock on the board, some users phones can't handle that, hence the doc builds.
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