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[KERNEL] Air Kernel [4.2.1 - Weekly : #510 - 29.01.2013 | 4.1.X - Final ] [3.0.61]

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23rd June 2012, 05:46 PM |#11  
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Yay! The only kernel I ran on my ns4g now here for my gnex!! Thanks R!

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23rd June 2012, 10:23 PM |#12  
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Any chance of an app to change settings so we don't have to manually. I used Franco kernel updater with pretty much every other kernel but most settings are just not available while running this.

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23rd June 2012, 11:24 PM |#13  
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Any chance of an app to change settings so we don't have to manually. I used Franco kernel updater with pretty much every other kernel but most settings are just not available while running this.

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Oh man if this ever came about I'd be in heaven! I use (now used to) franco kernel just because of the app lol now with air kernel( the best kernels I've ever ran) an app to do the adjustments would be a godsend

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24th June 2012, 04:03 AM |#14  
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Giving this a go, thanks!

---------- Post added at 10:03 PM ---------- Previous post was at 09:29 PM ----------

Kernel is very smooth, overclocked to 1650 and no freeze ups, my phone usually dosent like going over 1400. Did some quads and played some games. Phone stayed nice and cool while charging, no problems. Any future support for color tuning?
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24th June 2012, 05:21 AM |#15  
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Time for a whirl

24th June 2012, 06:35 AM |#16  
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Flood?! When did you jump aboard the gnex subway?

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24th June 2012, 08:07 AM |#17  
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v2.0 (06-24-2012 KST / GMT +9:00)
-Reverted "Backported CPUFreq from Linux Kernel 3.5-rc3"
(Maybe fixed battery drain when standby)
-Revert "OMAP4: hsmmc: fix race conditions in suspend/resume path"
-opp4xxx_data.c: Increase voltages 1.35Ghz

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24th June 2012, 11:34 AM |#18  
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Flood?! When did you jump aboard the gnex subway?

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Snuck in a couple weeks ago. Im working like 50-60 hours a week coming from a job where I was working less than 30 so I have been just dead to the world. More reading than chiming in. Good to see ya.

Kernel wise, so far the battery bleed out, which might be changed per op in the latest build, and the lack of any type of color mod are my only gripe. Seems to be speedy with seemingly good battery life although I have not been able to use it for a full day though. I liked Air on my ns4g also but it seemed to be a little quirky, on my phone, build to build. This is a different animal and so far pretty impressive. Definitely in the top three out of the ones we have available. Nice work.

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I checked v2.0 bug.
(use 200mhz and freezing...)

I will upload fix version on weekend.

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24th June 2012, 03:58 PM |#20  
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I was just going to post that. 200 with that new peagus' gov = non wake up after sleep but I ran it like that on lazy with no issue @200/1036. Still speedy and idle bleed out seems to almost be gone with the latest version.

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Oh man if this ever came about I'd be in heaven! I use (now used to) franco kernel just because of the app lol now with air kernel( the best kernels I've ever ran) an app to do the adjustments would be a godsend

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I use the trinity app it has the vibration control and all the rest that Franco app offers. I haven't tried it with this kernel but will and give feed back.
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