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Tame v1.6 | Kernel Companion | November 6th, 2014

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Announcement from Emmanuel U: Welcome to the Official Release of Tame; my kernel companion app coded for the GSII, but works on any device.
2nd September 2014, 01:26 AM   |  #1  
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Please report anything good and bad so that I know what to keep and what not to keep for the next release. This also helps me push out fixes faster when presented with lots of information (such as logs etc.).

Please see changelogs for an in-depth look at features. Also take a look at the screenshots for a sneak peek.
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v1.6
AFH | TRU Mirrors #1 / #2

So....what is this?
Tame is a Kernel Companion app. This is used to take full advantage of kernel features you may have not have even known existed. All customizations in this app go very in-depth allowing for the most control. (some customizations may not be available with your kernel, so results vary) This works great with WildKernel, however it works with almost ANY kernel. Skeptical? Don't be. Just download



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Tame | Kernel Control App, Device Specific App for the T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S II

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Emmanuel U

Version Information
Status: Stable
Current Stable Version: 1.6
Stable Release Date: 2014-11-06

Created 2014-09-02
Last Updated 2014-11-06
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Changelog:
Code:
November 6, 2014 - v1.6
- Added Voltage Editor
- Fixed IO Scheduler not being retained after reboot
- Add SD-Card Read Ahead editor
- Under-the-hood improvements
- Added GPU Frequency to the Stats Dialog


October 27, 2014 - v1.5
- Major Revamp to CPUControl (Each individual CPU now supports their own custom policy; only if your kernel supports this. *cough*WildKernel*cough*
- Fixed an FC with GPU Control when not running a GSII
- More Code cleanups, to improve speed.


October 12, 2014 - v1.4
- SetOnBoot is WAY cleaner and less CPU intensive
- Add Celox (GSII) Display Panel Undervolt Control
- Cleaned up Code
- SYSFS Explorer bug fixes w/auto detect file type
- CPU Policy Synchronization Control


October 4, 2014 - v1.3

- Some renaming of elements
- BLN Control now supports up to a 1000 blinks
- New icon that I made myself (multi-talented?)
- SYSFS Explorer cleanup & show current directory
- Add support for my Sweep2Sleep & Sweep2Wake Sensitive
- Add support for Sultan's CPU Boost Framework


September 27, 2014 - v1.2 Beta

- Added fully functional SYSFS Explorer (with value editor)


September 13, 2014 - v1.1 Beta

- Lots of bug fixes (force closes with kernels lacking features etc.)
- Fix Wrong S-O-B Disabler Zip being copied (new zip is in /sdcard/Tame/)


September 1, 2014 - v1.0 Beta

- Initial Release

Feature List (I'm always adding features):
Code:
Tame

- Set on Boot option (retains all settings after a reboot)
- S-O-B Emergency Dis-abler (/sdcard/Tame/DisableTame_S-O-B.zip - when flashed disables above in case of error on your part :P)
- WildKernel OTA Updater (in running WildKernel, supports OTA updates)


SysFS Explorer

- View and Edit SysFS Values


Core Control

- Frequency Control (supports having a custom policy for EACH individual core, as long as kernel supports this)
- CPU Policy Synchronization Control (contradicts above, if enabled)
- Governor & IO Scheduler Control
- SD-Card Read-Ahead Control
- Voltage Control (Undervolt or Overvolt)
- Multi-Core Power Control
- CPU Boost Control
- GPU Control
- Celox (GSII) Display Panel Undervolt Control


Button Light Notification Control:

- Custom set duration (max blink count)
- Custom Pulse Intervals (for kernels that support)


MpDecision Control

- Enable/Disable
- Screen off Control


Sweep2Wake Control

- Enable/Disable
- Sweep2Sleep Enable/Disable
- Sensitivity Control
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minor bug fix update today...enjoy
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New update today, enjoy!
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Long awaited update
This is the update for all you cpufreq freqs (get it?), the purpose of this update was to revamp CPU Control to allow controlling of each individual core's settings, as oppose to all using one setting allowing for more discretion on your device's performance. (assuming your kernel has my patch, or something similar). One of the few (if not only) apps that can do this, when paired with a compatible kernel.

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Installed 1.5 update on Two separate SkyRockets " Mine & The Wifey's "
Both Rockets Running identical builds of the latest 8.6.1 SlimKat with its default non-OC kernel

all settings stick on reboot except for the scheduler "SIO-Saved"
always returns to default "CFQ"

I can supply K-message if REQ.

Otherwise its lovely Going to try your Latest Kernel For the SkyRocket Next
Any Chance you have or can fix wifi-direct for SkyRocket? "I've seen mentioned that it's broke in all 4.4+ Kernels"
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Here's your companion update, enjoy you Emmanuel-Enthusiasts.

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