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[KERNEL] VokuKernel v2.7 [AOSP/AOKP/CM9/Sammy-ROMs][13-May]

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23rd April 2012, 04:25 AM   |  #51  
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Im tested now and not bricked my phone. Yes i did clear cache and dalvik.

Smooth kernel. Performace like Siyah.
Undervolt settings ok.

But i dont liked cpu freq 100 - 1400


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23rd April 2012, 07:57 AM   |  #52  
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nice to hear that someone likes it I have uploaded v1.8 with Freq from 100-1400MHz, Siyah-v3.1 and some other little changes ... like RCU_BOOST etc. ..

PS: try the app "CPU Spy" and you will see the used freq. from the kernel, less MHz => less voltage => better battery-time but 50 & 25MHz are really slow, so I revert some changes

Well it's not that easy. Most tasks take more time till they're completed with 100 MHz so the phone is awake longer. Some users did some longtimetests and also used Amperemeters to get the real drain. This showed that 100 MHz most of the time takes more battery than 200. But as everybody can set it as he wants it doesn't really matter what is implemented.

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23rd April 2012, 08:10 AM   |  #53  
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I always think its best that the kernel be set to default 200 - 1200 mhz. If the user want to UC or OC its up to them. I am really liking the smoothness of your kernel. Keep up the great work.

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I only got 49% deep sleep on 1.8v last night.
23rd April 2012, 08:41 AM   |  #55  
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I only got 49% deep sleep on 1.8v last night.

And? Don't know how you expect anyone to help you with just that. Post some screenshots of BBS and you'll have a lot of good advice flooding in
23rd April 2012, 08:49 AM   |  #56  
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BLN led_timeout??
is it possible to set BLN led_timeout with Voku kernel? from what i read so far, looks like it cant.... any suggestions?


thanks!
23rd April 2012, 08:55 AM   |  #57  
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is it possible to set BLN led_timeout with Voku kernel? from what i read so far, looks like it cant.... any suggestions?


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Just check if the file is there..

/sys/class/misc/notificaion/led_timeout

use root explorer or something similar.
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Just check if the file is there..

/sys/class/misc/notificaion/led_timeout

use root explorer or something similar.

its not there! if i create one with required value, will it work? if u know do answer... i might as well give it a try?

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its not there! if i create one with required value, will it work? if u know do answer... i might as well give it a try?

thanks!

is .../../notification folder at least there?
23rd April 2012, 09:03 AM   |  #60  
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is .../../notification folder at least there?

nope!

this is the path right?

/sys/class/misc/backlightnotification/led_timeout

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