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[DER KERNEL] Trinity NP 4.2/4.1 Vibrator/Sound/Color Control

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27th February 2012, 09:51 PM   |  #321  
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WOW. No posts in what, 5 days? I hope this is not beginning of the end of this kernel.
This is the only one that works great on my phone. Insane UV ( from 1000 for 1350 to 900 for 700), great benchmarks, stable, very few reboots or crashes...
I'm still hoping to try that 1.7GHz ones.

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27th February 2012, 09:54 PM   |  #322  
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Originally Posted by Stank0

WOW. No posts in what, 5 days? I hope this is not beginning of the end of this kernel.
This is the only one that works great on my phone. Insane UV ( from 1000 for 1350 to 900 for 700), great benchmarks, stable, very few reboots or crashes...
I'm still hoping to try that 1.7GHz ones.

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Its a great kernel, great battery life and performance.

Frankly I'm glad there aren't 5 releases in a week. It works, no update really necessary.
27th February 2012, 10:25 PM   |  #323  
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Originally Posted by Stank0

WOW. No posts in what, 5 days? I hope this is not beginning of the end of this kernel.
This is the only one that works great on my phone. Insane UV ( from 1000 for 1350 to 900 for 700), great benchmarks, stable, very few reboots or crashes...
I'm still hoping to try that 1.7GHz ones.

Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using Tapatalk

Morfics hard drive crashed and died...I understand he is looking for a replacement
27th February 2012, 11:45 PM   |  #324  
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WOW. No posts in what, 5 days? I hope this is not beginning of the end of this kernel.
This is the only one that works great on my phone. Insane UV ( from 1000 for 1350 to 900 for 700), great benchmarks, stable, very few reboots or crashes...
I'm still hoping to try that 1.7GHz ones.

Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using Tapatalk

Seems even the cdma users look at the gsm thread, so this one is neglected more.
But just the thread, not the phone

Ogdobber is right, hdd is dying, i spent more time with family over weekend, getting stuff moved over will occupy a good chunk of my time, then i will be back.

And also true i will slow down development.
To give people more time to run kernels.

Nexus S kernel may be the slowest progressing in forum. But it's the most stable too.

There is no race, so why rush?

Next i hope to work on hotplugging.

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27th February 2012, 11:45 PM   |  #325  
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Morfics hard drive crashed and died...I understand he is looking for a replacement

WD shipped Friday, should be here Tuesday :)

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28th February 2012, 02:59 AM   |  #326  
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I didn't try to rush you morfic. It seemed to me strange there were no posts whatsoever. from anyone.
But that might be also a good sign. No problems = no posts
28th February 2012, 03:10 AM   |  #327  
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I didn't try to rush you morfic. It seemed to me strange there were no posts whatsoever. from anyone.
But that might be also a good sign. No problems = no posts

don't feel rushed, just explaining why things are how they are
and i really think they are all on GSM forum

to be honest, there is no point for two forums for kernels.
28th February 2012, 05:13 AM   |  #328  
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http://morfic.euroskank.com/crazy-NP/
Nothing warranted "works for me"
Yes, the dates mean they are not brand new, they worked then, they work now.
They won't work for everyone.
Yes, i only built -RD- versions for AOSP And AOSP based (funny how this excludes CM9, since they seemt to choose to break compatibility at all cost)
Those are test kernels.

When my HDD is here and system is restored, i will work on increasing the amount of phones this runs on.

They are not release material, you need to manually keep the top two clocks to same voltage.
But since i don't build much new stuff while waiting on disk and people DO ask for it, go nuts.

Yes, you can always damage your phone with an OC kernel, yes if the clocks go up, so do the voltages, and so do the changes to fry stuff.
Now where i scared you: Stock nominals are actually higher, just SR won't go there.
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29th February 2012, 07:19 AM   |  #329  
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Please be sure to also keep us updated at Rootzwiki.

Now where you are here, why don't you stay a while?
Stay forever!

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1st March 2012, 02:58 AM   |  #330  
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Never could get the 1.5/512 kernels to boot at all on either AOKP or (now) liquid. using the 1.3 FUV now, I like it pretty well, but like to push my phone a bit sometimes. On AOKP the TNP1536-RD-MVM512_KSM-DCC-NF-NTFS always worked well, the only 1.5 I could get to boot up. Top slot ran good for me at 1350mv. Any chance to get a "any" version of that kernel someday? Appreciate your hard work and all around excellent kernels, sir.
[dirty secret] I use your boot animation even when unhappily and temporarily using a different kernel, it's gorgeous[/dirty secret]

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