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[KERNEL] Jelly Bean IAP SAMURAI (UPDATE 10-10-2012) + Samurai Control App

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2nd July 2012, 12:18 AM   |  #1  
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IAP present Samurai Kernel For Jelly Bean

Samurai Kernel Control app now on google play,
please search google play with a search term such as Samurai Kernel Control to find this. Thank you all for your support.


SOURCE: Samurai Git

DOWNLOAD: SAMURAI.AKIRA.G.NEX.10.10.20.10.GPU.512.zip Updated 10/10/2012 GPU 512
(compiled with Linaro toolchain 4.7 2012.09)

DOWNLOAD: SAMURAI.AKIRA.G.NEX.10.10.20.12.GPU.384.zip Updated 10/10/2012 GPU 384
(compiled with Linaro toolchain 4.7 2012.09)

DOWNLOAD: SAMURAI.AKIRA.G.NEX.10.07.07.45.GPU.512.zip Updated 10/07/2012 GPU 512
(compiled with Linaro toolchain 4.7 2012.09)

DOWNLOAD: SAMURAI.AKIRA.G.NEX.10.07.07.49.GPU.384.zip Updated 10/07/2012 GPU 384
(compiled with Linaro toolchain 4.7 2012.09)

DOWNLOAD: SAMURAI.AKIRA.G.NEX.10.01.16.56.GPU.512.zip Updated 10/01/2012 GPU 512
(compiled with Linaro toolchain 4.7 2012.09)

DOWNLOAD: SAMURAI.AKIRA.G.NEX.10.01.16.57.GPU.384.zip Updated 10/01/2012 GPU 384
(compiled with Linaro toolchain 4.7 2012.09)

DOWNLOAD: SAMURAI.AKIRA.G.NEX.10.01.05.41.zip Updated 10/01/2012
(compiled with Linaro toolchain 4.7 2012.09)

DOWNLOAD: SAMURAI.AKIRA.G.NEX.09.30.10.27.zip Updated 9/30/2012

DOWNLOAD: SAMURAI.AKIRA.G.NEX.07.18.16.4.zip <-- (BETTER TEMP CONTROL)

DOWNLOAD: SAMURAI.AKIRA.G.NEX.07.02.16.28 <-- (FIXED SLEEP FREQ RESET)

DOWNLOAD: SAMURAI.AKIRA.G.NEX.07.01.18.56

.:CHANGE LOG:.
~ Added in charging animation from samurai aokp rom when power is off...
~ Imoseyon fix for sleep freq reset....
~ misc fixes....

All the Ezekeel tweaks included including:
~ Sound Control
~ Color Control
~ FSYNC <-- (removed due to bricking)
~ Vibrator Control
Trinity Contrast Control Support to correct purple tint (trinity app only)

230mhz-1.8GHz
Pegasus, Samurai Governors included
VR I/O scheduler included

.:WARNING:.
You all know the risks I don't think we have to go through this once again but just in case, I am in no way responsible for any damage to your device that you may cause with this kernel. I in no way recommend overclocking, undervolting, or overvolting in any way, but it is fun isn't it ? ? ?
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2nd July 2012, 12:18 AM   |  #2  
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Thank you sir
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Again Reserved for Future Use....
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Awesome

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Been running this beast since last nite. Not a problem to be found! Colors are great and the battery life seems to be really good so far running @1500 mhz. Thanks for another masterpiece EB!!
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No problem as usual, I would like one thing from everyone around here that undervolts... I need some good voltage settings that don't reboot... I would like to lower the voltages but I'm always to busy working on stuff to mess with the voltages to find the sweet spot... I want it to run, no reboots, and still maintain it's overall freq integrity... ANY HELP IN THIS AREA IS GREATLY APPRECIATED.
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Told you mine already they are pretty darn low... and work great

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Told you mine already they are pretty darn low... and work great

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did you send them to me ? and I'm also trying to get a general area of the sweet spot on a bunch of g-nex's not just yours, then I will make the call on what to change the stock samurai voltage to.
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Originally Posted by earthbound[iap]

did you send them to me ? and I'm also trying to get a general area of the sweet spot on a bunch of g-nex's not just yours, then I will make the call on what to change the stock samurai voltage to.

From 230 up to 1500...750,850,1050,1125,1150,1200,1300 been running these with no problems. I will start lowering from here since you want some feedback, and let you know.
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Low enough ?
Running it right now

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