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View Poll Results: Which Android versions of the kernels need maintaining ?
4.1.x (e.g. CM10, PA 2.54...) 11 7.59%
4.2.x old mali drivers (e.g. old CM10.1, PA 3+...) 21 14.48%
4.2.x (future CM10.1, CM10.1 ROMs with update...) 138 95.17%
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21st November 2012, 11:59 PM   |  #11  
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Ok, time to shoot, here it is, just readily cooked, be carefull, still hot

Changelog v1.0
  • Based on CyanogenMod CM10 kernel for i9300 sources (Linux 3.0.31)
  • updated to kernel.org Linux 3.0.52
  • using Paranoid Android 2.54 ramdisk
  • swap support
  • /proc/config.gz support
  • optimized for size
  • Aroma installer with options
  • USB Forced Fast Charge v1.2a (Yank555.lu)
  • CPU OC up to 1.6GHz (Yank555.lu)
  • Triangle Away support (Chainfire)
  • Dynamic fsync control (faux123)
  • TCP westwood congest ctrl (faux123)
  • Proport. Rate Reduction TCP (faux123)
  • ARM AES/SHA1 (faux123)
  • JIT compiler for packet filters(faux123)
  • fix ipv6 protocol lookup (faux123)
  • ipv4 check ret.val. dst_alloc (faux123)
  • ipv6 check ret.val. dst_alloc (faux123)
  • updated LZO compression (faux123)
  • do_fsync() to fget_light() (faux123)
  • reduce mali utilization sampling timeout (AndreiLux)
  • mdnie: custom settings (AndreiLux)

    Includes hardcore sharpnes fixes, and black gamma curve adjustment for black crush
  • ntfs (rw) support (kernel support only)
  • zram support (Android optimized)

  • Download link (MD5 fd4bbc970ef350621a8a3ed9c8003e8c)

  • Please do consider this v1.0 as beta, I've started working on this CM10 kernel this evening, and it's just done compiling, so you're testing this with me
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22nd November 2012, 12:41 AM   |  #12  
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Well I've been running Paranoid Android 2.54 for one day with stock kernel, and I liked it that much that I decided to "port" my Sammy kernel to CM10, or to be more precise, to add the same mods to a CM10 base as those I added to the Sammy kernel.

I'm test-compiling 3.0.45 right now, next step will be 3.0.52

JP.

I see...
Looking good!
Is anything not working or have bugs mate? (on the aosp side i mean not on your kernel)
I think you get that some want to have some info before flashing things on their phones.
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22nd November 2012, 01:02 AM   |  #13  
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I see...
Looking good!
Is anything not working or have bugs mate? (on the aosp side i mean not on your kernel)
I think you get that some want to have some info before flashing things on their phones.

Well the base (CM10 stock kernel) behaved perfectly well, today (I've not used it any longer, as I got my second S3 only yesterday )

So far, I'm running v1.0 since I compiled it about 1 hour ago, looking peachy, but well 1 hour is quite a little too short to make any conclusions.

JP.
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22nd November 2012, 11:38 AM   |  #14  
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Well the base (CM10 stock kernel) behaved perfectly well, today (I've not used it any longer, as I got my second S3 only yesterday )

So far, I'm running v1.0 since I compiled it about 1 hour ago, looking peachy, but well 1 hour is quite a little too short to make any conclusions.

JP.

A second S3, wow.

I use this kernel with Helly_Bean (CM10) and everything is just fine!
Can I change the voltage settings and the touch-boost level?


Thanks!
22nd November 2012, 12:00 PM   |  #15  
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A second S3, wow.

I use this kernel with Helly_Bean (CM10) and everything is just fine!
Can I change the voltage settings and the touch-boost level?

Thanks!

Voltage control is something I'm not keen on introducing, as it brings close to no battery gain (nothing you could actually really measure) but adds a whole lot of risk of instability, especially users pushing the limits or even slightly above I wouldn't want any flooding with weird random reboot reports due to this

CPU and GPU (governor) behaviour is stock (except for the CPU OC ti 1.6GHz).

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Voltage control is something I'm not keen on introducing, as it brings close to no battery gain (nothing you could actually really measure) but adds a whole lot of risk of instability, especially users pushing the limits or even slightly above I wouldn't want any flooding with weird random reboot reports due to this

CPU and GPU (governor) behaviour is stock (except for the CPU OC ti 1.6GHz).

JP.

I like to undervolt the CPU 100mV and the GPU 25/50mV. That is stable for me and reduces the temperature of the phone a bit. Most noticeable with the touch boost turned down to 200 MHz.
Let's see if a governor change can help.
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I like to undervolt the CPU 100mV and the GPU 25/50mV. That is stable for me and reduces the temperature of the phone a bit. Most noticeable with the touch boost turned down to 200 MHz.
Let's see if a governor change can help.

Not sure using a different gogernor than pegasusq is going to work well...

UV for temperature might be a good idea, but not for better battery as that doesn't realy make any measurable difference, brings only the risk of instability.

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Okay,i switched over from hoxhound to helly bean and i must say this is great!
Your kernel works fine here...
I really really reallyyyy hope you update this kernel like the other one!
23rd November 2012, 12:59 AM   |  #19  
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Okay,i switched over from hoxhound to helly bean and i must say this is great!
Your kernel works fine here...
I really really reallyyyy hope you update this kernel like the other one!

Will keep them in line each time I change something that can fit both

Just moved my daily to PA, switched S3, the white one's in my pocket now

So no worries there

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Will keep them in line each time I change something that can fit both

Just moved my daily to PA, switched S3, the white one's in my pocket now

So no worries there

JP.

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That's great man!Cheers!
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