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[KERNEL][18.03.12][APP][OTA] N.E.A.K. Kernel for Ginger - The last one!! (v1.4.2x)

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20th February 2012, 03:23 PM   |  #1911  
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Excellent kernel indeed! Only thing I miss is Chainfire CWM app compatibility. Could you add that too? Pretty please?

As promised the new NEAK Configurator app will have this feature (only on pro version)

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20th February 2012, 03:56 PM   |  #1912  
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After a few days of settling in, smooth ness and battery life on check rom v6 with neak 1.3.3 is simply awesome.

Great kernel. Thanks.

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After a few days of settling in, smooth ness and battery life on check rom v6 with neak 1.3.3 is simply awesome.

Great kernel. Thanks.

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20th February 2012, 06:33 PM   |  #1914  
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What are the best setting for moderate use on checkrom v6?
Conservative with Lionheart?
run additional scripts?
20th February 2012, 07:15 PM   |  #1915  
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After many positive reactions about NEAK kernel, I have decided I want to jump over. Since I am very picky about which roms and kernels I use, I dont change so often. Actually, except Siyah kernel (for a few months), this is the second kernel ever for me. As always when starting from te beginning I try to get rid of my noobness asap by asking a lot of questions :P

- On Siyah there are many different gouveners and schedulards. I always have used Ondemand gouvener, mostly with SIO schedulard but also a while with BFQ. On NEAK, are there also multiple gouveners/schedulars? And most import: which one do you NEAK veterans recommand for a perfect balance between battery life and performance? (Kind of like Ondemand for Siyah)

- Undervolting: Are the stock volt settings on NEAK very low? My device isn't very keen on undeevolting. For example, I can't run the Magic Config of Geko (thread in the general section). I always add 50 mV to each CPU and GPU step. Im OK with not undervolting anymore, Im just asking because if NEAK is very undervolted by default (like Phenomenal Extreme) my device won't be able to handle it.

-Any other things I should know about NEAK kernel?

I understand if you think I should just try and discover it myself, but I like to be well informed if possible

Can't wait to jump on board an start using NEAK. Flashing now ...

Edit: Ok, I did some reading, I may have jumped a little to quick with some of the questions. I see most gouveners are included and also almost all schedulars. Though I hope to find which combination works best for NEAK kernel, I still apreciate opinions of people that have used NEAK and gotten great results.
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20th February 2012, 07:25 PM   |  #1916  
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My choice:
Gov: conservative + lionheart tweaks (enable from cwm) sched: vr

You don't need to uv or uc but you can if you want to (own voltages from 100mhz to 1200mhz: 900, 900, 950, 1000, 1100, 1200.

Stable and fast kernel with decent battery life.
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Does the kernel support autobrightness profiles ? (jkay deluxe option wich requires kernel support)
20th February 2012, 07:42 PM   |  #1918  
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Best gov. for me is just Conservative, you can put Christmas HD live wallpaper and make it pan automaticly on the screen back and forth and you will se that it will be laggy on every gov. except conservative. If you turn on lionheart it becoms laggy again.
20th February 2012, 07:42 PM   |  #1919  
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Does the kernel support autobrightness profiles ? (jkay deluxe option wich requires kernel support)

Not yet.

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Originally Posted by halkoliiteri

My choice:
Gov: conservative + lionheart tweaks (enable from cwm) sched: vr

You don't need to uv or uc but you can if you want to (own voltages from 100mhz to 1200mhz: 900, 900, 950, 1000, 1100, 1200.

Stable and fast kernel with decent battery life.

Thank you for the info.

Just flashed the latest version of NEAK and first thing: colours. It's a big difference for sure. I have a picture of my girlfriend on my homescreen and when I first saw it using this kernel (and it's magic color tweaks) it looked much sharper, more natural.

Well, I'm off to enjoy it

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