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[FIX][i9300][08/11/2013]Wake up lag on Samsung JB 4.3 MJ9 Firmware

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By Gorgtech, Senior Member on 8th November 2013, 10:49 AM
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1) Some people suggest to change the used CPU governor from PegasusQ to ondemand.


While this actually helps to reduce the lag, it is a very bad idea. Ondemand is a generic governor in the linux kernel and does not support CPU Hotplugging. This will result in either a way to big battery drain since the cores will tend to run at full speed most the time, even in idle situations or severe lags.

2) Samsung introduced in the JB 4.2.1 , 4.2.2 and now 4.3 Firmware the usage of zRAM to his kernel.3) Use an alternative kernel: Samsung has released the required kernel sources for JB 4.3 very fast this time.http://yank555-lu.net/viewtopic.php?p=3#p3http://download.chainfire.eu/345/
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8th November 2013, 11:27 AM |#2  
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Creating a separate forum and not releasing sources as gpl for one kernel is such a lame ass move.
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8th November 2013, 11:33 AM |#3  
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Yes, i feel great improvement with Yank's kernel about wake up lag.

Thx for the info
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8th November 2013, 11:36 AM |#4  
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Hi Victorator,
Please don't judge about this topic when you don't know the history and why yank made this decision. If you followed other kernel threads you had seen that yank is a role model when it is about helping and sharing.

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8th November 2013, 11:44 AM |#5  
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Creating a separate forum and not releasing sources as gpl for one kernel is such a lame ass move.

Yank? He shares more than anybody here. Everyone uses his zzmoove setup. Plus, he used to have a thread here before AndreiLux kept on harassing him. That was the last straw for him.

It's his decision to not post here. It kinda sucks but we should respect it at least.
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8th November 2013, 12:41 PM |#6  
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I also noticed if you are using WiFi - change advanced settings - set from DHCP to Static.

There was still a small screen on lag (about 1 second) but significantly less then with DHCP.
8th November 2013, 03:35 PM |#7  
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Yank? He shares more than anybody here. Everyone uses his zzmoove setup. Plus, he used to have a thread here before AndreiLux kept on harassing him. That was the last straw for him.

It's his decision to not post here. It kinda sucks but we should respect it at least.

Accidentally press thanks button on the post above. Annoying xda app.

Big plus 1 for your comments. Wonder if OP got permission from yank to post his kernel here. Whatever the reasons and whatever arguments involved, we should respect his decision which clearly stated in his forum. Furthermore, this thread doesn't belong here imho, no development thus should be in general.

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Are there anyway to fix app opening lag. Specially dialler, gallery.

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Im running his 4.3 release on Omega v51 (4.3) currently in beta stage and its great.Was a big fan of his work while he was here on XDA and followed him to his site to continue using his work too on my S3 through-out 4.1.2.Shame he had to leave like that but at least he still Devs.
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Could someone test something ???

I disable the LockScreen and know when i push the power button my screen opens immediately.

I use this LockScreen https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...kscreen.galaxy

The result is when i push the power button my screen opens immediately

So maybe the problem with lag is the LockScreen ???
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