Originally Posted by androidkid311
Just flashed with no problems and under volted it a bit. . When flashing i saw it say something about cognition. Is he still about? Design gears is an epic dev! Cognition was the best rom about! No questions asked!
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He was on the I777 for a while - My kernel flash zips thank him for the information on flashing a kernel on an I777. That's been there since October, when the I777 launched. (Flashing a kernel on the Infuse was, honestly, a lot uglier, hence the "no more redbend_ua makes Entropy happy".)
He left the I777 after 2-3 months for the GNex - he wanted to graduate from smali hacks/mods to full-blown source development. (I don't blame him!)
Originally Posted by khartaras
I'm on XWLA4. About performance in benchmarks, CF-Bench reported above-average results. Battery life testing will continue, tomorrow I'll report on battery life with detailed BBS logs and what-not. Anything you're trying to pin down we can help find?
Edit: there's a strange bug when unlocking my phone? Sometimes the unlock ring won't appear when I touch the screen. It won't work until I repeatedly lock and unlock the screen. I suspect it has to do with the kernel, but I have been tinkering with vitalij's touchscreen fix. Don't know if it relates, but still.
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Hmm... That's REALLY strange. A bunch of people reported that when I first went from the I777 codebase to I9100 update3 - All of those reports disappeared when I reverted the touchscreen driver to the I777 one. GM did the same revert with Siyah.
Hmm... However, I may have maintained the I777 #iddefs, while GM might not have. I think that when building for I9100, it may use the I9100 code still. I'll look into this tonight.
Right now, I do not know of any battery life issues in this kernel that affect XWKL1 or XWLA4. The only power management regression I ever had when going from I777 to I9100 update3 was specific to XXKI3, and I now have code that prints alerts to dmesg when that problem occurs.