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[Kernel][24/04] Perseus

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13th February 2013, 04:40 PM |#271  
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This kernel is kickass and to my amazement it keeps getting better. So glad to have this for my i9305, the standard mDNie settings would seriously give me eye cancer it's so ugly when looking at text. How Samsung did not adress this yet and how no one seems to notice it in reviews is a mystery to me

Anyways thank you andreilux, you're the man! Beermoney on the way sir

Andrei is a great dev, Siyah kernel source pwns as well.

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13th February 2013, 08:25 PM |#272  
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This kernel is kickass and to my amazement it keeps getting better. So glad to have this for my i9305, the standard mDNie settings would seriously give me eye cancer it's so ugly when looking at text. How Samsung did not adress this yet and how no one seems to notice it in reviews is a mystery to me

Anyways thank you andreilux, you're the man! Beermoney on the way sir

Could you share your settings?

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15th February 2013, 08:52 PM |#273  
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Hi, i have an weird vibration issue.
If i choose an vibration pattern that is longer than the normal SMS vibration and the Screen is off, it sounds like there is something loose at the vibration.

An example for a better understanding.: Assuming the vibration of an normal SMS takes 1 second, and I have choose a pattern that takes 2 seconds, then the vibration begins to cracle after one second. But only when the Screen is off.

And i post this here because i think it is the Kernel because on 26.1 its fine but not on 31.2.
I can't remember if the Versions in between have the same issue, but I would think all versions after 26.1 have it.

Is there a better way to solve this than as choosing a short vibration pattern or using Perseus 26.1?

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17th February 2013, 04:07 PM |#274  
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Any Chance of having a fading LED like on the old Siyah Kernal?

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+1 to this request!! It's much more pleasant on the eyes.

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17th February 2013, 09:15 PM |#275  
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Look forward to aosp support from Perseus (that is, if those are a part of the plans)

Love this kernel, though. Hats off to the dev.

Cheers m8s

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18th February 2013, 04:51 PM |#276  
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Can I install this on stock odex rooted i9305?
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Can I install this on stock odex rooted i9305?

You sure can, you need CWM or Mobile Odin

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19th February 2013, 12:27 PM |#278  
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Anybody tried to overclock the GPU? If yes, what have you found to be stable?
19th February 2013, 09:39 PM |#279  
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Anybody tried to overclock the GPU? If yes, what have you found to be stable?

Yes I was keeping it at 640 MHz for a while, and went 533 to see if there is any noticeable difference in performance / battery. It works rock stable on 640.

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You sure can, you need CWM or Mobile Odin

Thanks

Or TWRP / odin.

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19th February 2013, 10:02 PM |#280  
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Yes I was keeping it at 640 MHz for a while, and went 533 to see if there is any noticeable difference in performance / battery. It works rock stable on 640.


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Thanks. I will try that. Will be interesting to see what the differences on the battery will be.
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Thanks. I will try that. Will be interesting to see what the differences on the battery will be.

Of course I was thinking on the highest GPU frequency, not that I locked GPU to the frequency. For minimum frequency I use either 160 or 266 MHz.

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