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By vincentfarran, Junior Member on 5th September 2014, 07:47 PM
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UBER SaberMod 4.10 8/31
LiquidSmooth 8/10 nightly

heavy xposed user, so no ART
and the following uber_v1.2.cfg

#UberKernelConfig
##UBER.CFG v1.2.0
##MERGED WITH @janres155 SCRIPTS AND EDITED BY @janres155
##Inspired by ElementalX Kernel.cfg
###BLANK VALUES ARE NOT APPLIED

# ================================================== =================================
# 0. CHANGELOG
# ================================================== =================================
# - Optimal and sync freq have been removed due the potential to cause errors
# on unsupported govs.
# - Rewite, including several variable name changes resulting in a version bumb.

# ================================================== =================================
# 1. BOOT SETTINGS
# ================================================== =================================

# 1.1 KERNEL SWITCH
# =============================================
# - Enables or disables the use of the config for kernel configuration.
# (NOTE: Turn this OFF if you want to use other methods in configuring the kernel.)
# - Options are: 1 for ON and 0 for OFF
ENABLED=1

# =============================================
# 1.2 GRACE TIME
# =============================================
# - Adds a grace time after boot before changes are applied to prevent errors
# and to not interfere during boot.
# (NOTE: If settings doesn't stick or are not applied, increase grace time to 30.)
# - Default Grace Time: 10 (seconds)
GRACE_TIME=10

# =============================================
# 1.3 WAIT TIMERS
# =============================================
# - Adds time between changing settings to prevent errors.
# - Default Wait Timers: 0.5 (seconds)
WAIT_TIMERS=0.5

# =============================================
# 1.4 FILE SYSTEM TRIM
# =============================================
# - Fstrim is used on a mounted filesystem to discard (or "trim") blocks which
# are not in use by the filesystem.
# - Trims /cache and /data partitions on boot.
# - Options are: 1 for ON and 0 for OFF
FSTRIM=1

# ================================================== =================================
# 2. CPU SETTINGS
# ================================================== =================================

# =============================================
# 2.1 CPU SETTINGS SWITCH
# =============================================
# - Enables or disables modification to ALL the CPU Settings.
# - Options are: 1 for ON and 0 for OFF
CPU_SWITCH=1

# =============================================
# 2.2 CPU FREQUENCY SCALING
# =============================================

# =====================================
# 2.2.1 CPU FREQUENCY SWITCH
# =====================================
# - Enables or disables modification to ALL the CPU Frequency Settings.
# - Options are: 1 for ON and 0 for OFF
CPU_FREQ_SWITCH=1

# =====================================
# CPU FREQUENCY TABLE (for REFERENCE)
# =====================================
# UC--- 96000 | 1497600
# UC--- 192000 | 1574400
# UC--- 249600 | 1728000
# 300000 | 1958400
# 422400 | 2265600
# 652800 | 2419200 ---OC
# 729600 | 2572800 ---OC
# 883200 | 2726400 ---OC
# 960000 | 2803200 ---OC
# 1036800 | 2880000 ---OC
# 1190400 | 3014400 ---OC
# 1267200 |

# =====================================
# 2.2.2 CPU MAX FREQUENCY
# =====================================
# - Sets the maximum frequency the CPU scales up to.
# - Default Maximum: 2265600
CPU_MAX=2419200

# =====================================
# 2.2.3 CPU MIN FREQUENCY
# =====================================
# - Sets the minimum frequency the CPU scales down to.
# - Default Minimum: 300000
CPU_MIN=300000

# =============================================
# 2.3 CPU GOVERNOR
# =============================================

# =====================================
# 2.3.1 CPU GOVERNOR SWITCH
# =====================================
# - Enables or disables modification to ALL the CPU Governor Settings.
# - Options are: 1 for ON and 0 for OFF
CPU_GOV_SWITCH=1

# =====================================
# 2.3.2 CPU GOVERNORS
# =====================================
# - Sets the governor to be used.
# - CPU Governor determines how the CPU behaves in reponse to changes in workload.
# - If enabled, options are:
# intellidemand | intelliactive | adaptive
# lionheart | abyssplugv2 | nightmare
# ondemandplus | badass | wheatley
# hyper | lazy | pegasusq
# danceDance | darkness | optimax
# uberdemand | conservative | interactive
# adaptive | powersave | smartmax
# smartmax_eps | userspace | ondemand
# performance
# - Default governor: ondemand
CPU_GOV=lionheart

# =============================================
# 2.4 CPU MULTICORE POWER SAVING
# =============================================
# - Try to group tasks into the least cores possible.
# - Options are:
# 0 - disable
# 1 - enable
# 2 - aggressive
CPU_MC_POWERSAVINGS=2

# ================================================== =================================
# 3. CPU VOLTAGE SETTINGS
# ================================================== =================================
# - Enables the increase or decrease of the CPU Voltages.
# (NOTE: Decreasing voltages will lower heat and power consumption of the CPU.
# Increasing it on overclocked frequencies improves stability.)
# WARNING: Too low voltages may cause instability and freezes.
# - Options are:
# 25 - Overvolt by 25 | -25 - Undervolt by 25
# 50 - Overvolt by 50 | -50 - Undervolt by 50
CPU_VOLT=0

# ================================================== =================================
# 4. HOTPLUG SETTINGS
# ================================================== =================================

# =============================================
# 4.1 MPDECISION SWITCH
# =============================================
# - Enables or disables the use of show-p1984's msm_mpdecision.
# - This is a in-kernel replacement for Qualcomm's hotplug binary.
# - Options are: 1 for ON and 0 for OFF
MPDEC_SWITCH=1

# ==========================================
# 4.1.1 MPDECISION SCREEN-OFF MAX FREQUENCY
# ==========================================
# - Sets the maximum frequency attainable when the screen is off.
# - Options are: Use the CPU FREQUENCY TABLE at section 2.1.1.
# (NOTE: Settings this to low values, such 300000, can cause distortions
# when listening to music.)
# - Default value: 1190400
MPDEC_SCROFF_MAX_FREQ=1190400

# ==========================================
# 4.1.2 MPDECISION SCREEN-OFF SINGLE CORE
# ==========================================
# - Toggle for allowing single core only mode when screen is off.
# - Options are: 1 for ON and 0 for OFF
MPDEC_SCROFF_SINGLE_CORE=1

# ==========================================
# 4.1.3 MPDECISION TOUCHBOOST
# ==========================================
# - Temporarily boost CPU frequencies when screen is touched.
# - Options are: 1 for ON and 0 for OFF
MPDEC_TOUCHBOOST=0

# ==========================================
# 4.1.4 MPDECISION MAX CPUS
# ==========================================
# - Maximum number of cores allowed to online.
# - Options are:
# 1 - One core only | 3 - Three cores only
# 2 - Two cores only | 4 - Allow all cores
MPDEC_MAX_CORE=4

# ==========================================
# 4.1.5 MPDECISION HOTPLUG CONTROL
# ==========================================
# - Controls how MPDECISION hotplug cores
# - Options are:
# 0 - Slow hotplugging of cores
# 1 - Default hotplugging of cores
# 2 - Fast hotplugging of cores
# 3 - CUSTOM, USE advanced.cfg
MPDEC_HOTPLUG=1

# ==========================================
# 4.1.6 MPDECISION UNPLUG CONTROL
# ==========================================
# - Controls how MPDECISION unplug cores
# - Options are:
# 0 - Slow unplugging of cores
# 1 - Default unplugging of cores
# 2 - Fast unplugging of cores
# 3 - CUSTOM, USE advanced.cfg
MPDEC_UNPLUG=1

# ================================================== =================================
# 5. I/O SETTINGS
# ================================================== =================================

# =============================================
# 5.1 I/O SCHEDULER
# =============================================
# - I/O schedulers decides how to prioritize and handle I/O requests.
# - I/O schedulers can have many purposes depending on the
# goal of the I/O scheduler, some common goals are:
# To minimize time wasted by hard disk seeks.
# To prioritize a certain processes' I/O requests.
# To give a share of the disk bandwidth to each running process.
# To guarantee that certain requests will be issued before a particular deadline.
# - Options are:
# bfq | noop
# cfq | row
# deadline | sio
# fifo | vr
# fiops | zen
# - Default I/O Scheduler: bfq
IO_SCHEDULER=bfq

# =============================================
# 5.2 I/O READ SPEED
# =============================================
# - Maximum number of kilobytes to read-ahead for the file-system
# - Default value: 1024
IO_READAHEAD=1024

# =============================================
# 5.3 I/O READ SPEED FOR SD CARD
# =============================================
# - Maximum number of kilobytes to read-ahead for the SD card
# - Default value: 1024
IO_SD_READAHEAD=1024

# ================================================== =================================
# 6. GPU SETTINGS
# ================================================== =================================

# =============================================
# 6.1 GPU SETTINGS SWITCH
# =============================================
# - Enables or disables modification to ALL the GPU Settings.
# - Options are: 1 for ON and 0 for OFF
GPU_SWITCH=1

# =============================================
# 6.2 GPU FREQUENCY SCALING
# =============================================

# =====================================
# GPU FREQUENCY TABLE (for REFERENCE)
# =====================================
# 650000000 -> 650 MHz ---OC
# 533333000 -> 533 MHz ---OC
# 450000000 -> 450 MHz
# 389000000 -> 389 MHz
# 320000000 -> 320 MHz
# 200000000 -> 200 MHz
# 100000000 -> 100 MHz

# =====================================
# 6.2.1 GPU MAX FREQUENCY
# =====================================
# - Sets the maximum frequency the GPU scales up to.
# - Default Maximum: 450000000
GPU_MAX=450000000

# =====================================
# 6.2.2 GPU MIN FREQUENCY
# =====================================
# - Sets the minimum frequency the GPU scales down to.
# - Default Minimum: 200000000
GPU_MIN=200000000

# =============================================
# 6.3 GPU GOVERNOR
# =============================================

# =====================================
# 6.3.1 GPU GOVERNORS
# =====================================
# - Enables or disables the GPU Performance Governor.
# (WARNING: Only use this governor for benchmarking purposes.)
# - Options are: 1 for ON and 0 for OFF
GPU_PERFORMANCE=0

# =====================================
# 6.3.2 GPU UP THRESHOLD
# =====================================
# - Adjusts the threshold to ramp up GPU frequencies.
# - Default GPU up threshold: 50
GPU_UP=50

# =====================================
# 6.3.3 GPU DOWN THRESHOLD
# =====================================
# - Adjusts the threshold to ramp down GPU frequencies.
# - Default GPU down threshold: 25
GPU_DOWN=25

# ================================================== =================================
# 7. GAMMA SETTINGS
# ================================================== =================================

# =============================================
# 7.1 GAMMA PRESET
# =============================================
# - Enables or disables Chet's gamma profile.
# - Options are: 1 for ON and 0 for STOCK
GAMMA_PRESET=1

# =============================================
# 7.2 BACKLIGHT DIMMER
# =============================================

# =====================================
# 7.2.1 BACKLIGHT DIMMER SWITCH
# =====================================
# - Allows you to adjust the LCD screen brightness lower than is possible
# with stock.
# - Options are: 1 for ON and 0 for OFF
BDM_SWITCH=1

# =====================================
# 7.2.2 MINIMUM BRIGHTNESS
# =====================================
# - Sets Minimum Backlight: Range 1 - 100
# - Default value: 5
BDM_MIN=5

# ================================================== =================================
# 8. SOUND SETTINGS
# ================================================== =================================

# =============================================
# 8.1 SOUND ENGINE
# =============================================
# - Specify which sound engine is included with the kernel.
# NOTE 1: UberKernel specifies which sound engine is included in the kernel.
# NOTE 2: FAUX AND FRANCO WILL ONLY WORK WITH THE RIGHT KERNEL
# - Options are:
# franco | faux | stock
SOUND_ENGINE=faux

# =============================================
# 8.2 FRANCO SOUND SETTINGS
# =============================================

# =====================================
# 8.2.1 FRANCO MIC INPUT LEVEL
# =====================================
# - Controls the mic input levels
FRANCO_MIC=1

# =====================================
# 8.2.2 FRANCO CALL OUTPUT LEVEL
# =====================================
# - Controls the call output levels
FRANCO_CALL=2

# =====================================
# 8.2.3 FRANCO SPEAKER OUTPUT LEVEL
# =====================================
# - Controls the loud speaker output levels
FRANCO_SPEAKER=2

# =====================================
# 8.2.4 FRANCO HEADPHONE OUTPUT LEVEL
# =====================================
# - Controls the Headphones output levels
FRANCO_VOLUME=1

# =============================================
# 8.3 FAUX SOUND SETTINGS
# =============================================

# =====================================
# 8.3.1 FAUX MIC INPUT LEVEL
# =====================================
# - Controls the mic input levels
# - Default value: 0
FAUX_MIC=0

# =====================================
# 8.3.2 FAUX MIC INPUT LEVEL FOR CAM
# =====================================
# - Controls the camera mic input levels
# - Default value: 1
FAUX_CAM=1

# =====================================
# 8.3.3 FAUX SPEAKER OUTPUT LEVEL
# =====================================
# - Controls the loud speaker output levels
# - Default value: 254
FAUX_SPEAKER=254

# =====================================
# 8.3.4 FAUX HEADPHONE OUTPUT LEVEL
# =====================================
# - Controls the Headphones output levels
# - Default value: 254
FAUX_HEAD=254

# =====================================
# 8.3.5 FAUX POWER AMP LEVEL
# =====================================
# - Controls the Headphones output levels (Lower = LOUDER)
# - Default value: 33
FAUX_POW=33

# =====================================
# 8.3.6 FAUX LOCK
# =====================================
# - Prevents system from resetting to stock if it freaks out
# - Default value: 1
FAUX_LOCK=1

# ================================================== =================================
# 9. MEMORY SETTINGS
# ================================================== =================================

# =============================================
# 9.1 ZRAM SETTINGS
# =============================================

# =====================================
# 9.1.1 ZRAM SWITCH
# =====================================
# - Compresses ram to speed up read and write speeds when
# a device doesn't have enough ram of its own. (Can slow
# down devices with a lot of ram)
# - Options are: 1 for ON and 0 for OFF
ZRAM_SWITCH=1

# =====================================
# 9.1.2 ZRAM COMPRESSION
# =====================================
# - ZRAM compression algorithm to be used. LZ4 is currently the fastest.
# - Options are: lz4 | lzo
ZRAM_COMPRESSION=lz4

# =====================================
# 9.1.3 ZRAM DISK SIZE (MB)
# =====================================
# - Size of your virtual compressed memory drive.
# - Options are: 256 | 512 | 1024
ZRAM_DISKSIZE=512

# =============================================
# 9.2 VIRTUAL MACHINE SETTINGS
# =============================================

# =====================================
# 9.2.1 SWAPPINESS
# =====================================
# - This control is used to define how aggressive the kernel will swap
# memory pages. Higher values will increase agressiveness, lower values
# decrease the amount of swap. A value of 0 instructs the kernel not to
# initiate swap until the amount of free and file-backed pages is less
# than the high water mark in a zone.
# (NOTE:This also affect how aggressive ZRAM will work.)
# - Swappiness range: 1 - 100
# - Default swappiness: 60
SWAPPINESS=10

# =====================================
# 9.2.2 DIRTY RATIO
# =====================================
# - Contains, as a percentage of total available memory that contains free
# pages and reclaimable pages, the number of pages at which a process which
# is generating disk writes will itself start writing out dirty data. The
# total available memory is not equal to total system memory.
# - Default dirty ratio: 20
DIRTY_RATIO=20

# =====================================
# 9.2.3 DIRTY BACKGROUND RATIO
# =====================================
# - Contains, as a percentage of total available memory that contains free pages
# and reclaimable pages, the number of pages at which the background kernel
# flusher threads will start writing out dirty data. The total avaiable memory
# is not equal to total system memory.
# - Default dirty background ratio: 5
DIRTY_BACKGROUND_RATIO=40

# =====================================
# 9.2.4 DROP CACHES
# =====================================
# - Dropping caches will force rebuild of file system cache based on actual
# app usage rather than boot/startup processes.
# - Use value of 3 for best file system read/write performance or you can
# try something in between.
# - The drop_caches command valid values are:
# 0 - default
# 1 - free pagecache
# 2 - free dentries, inodes
# 3 - free pagecache, dentries, inodes
DROP_CACHES=3

# =====================================
# 9.2.5 FS WRITEBACK DELAY MODE
# =====================================
# - This command delays auto fs writebacks or file system bits cached in
# RAM while Screen is ON. Enable this feature for better performance.
# - Note this adds a slight risk of possible data loss if you phone crashes
# while screen is on.
# - Options are: 1 for ON and 0 for OFF
FS_DELAY=1

# =============================================
# 9.3 KERNEL SAMEPAGE MERGING
# =============================================
# - KSM decreases memory usage by sharing identical memory pages amongst different
# processes.
# - Options are: 1 for ON and 0 for OFF
KSM=1

# ================================================== =================================
# 10. WAKE SETTINGS
# ================================================== =================================

# =============================================
# 10.1 WAKE CONTROL SWITCH
# =============================================
# - Enables or Disables Modifying the Wake Control Settings.
# - Options are: 1 for ON and 0 for OFF
WAKE_CONTROLS=1

# =============================================
# 10.2 DOUBLE TAP TO WAKE
# =============================================
# - Double Tap on the screen to wake up the device.
# - Options are:
# 0 - Disable
# 1 - BOTTOM half of screen
# 2 - FULL screen
DT2W=0

# =============================================
# 10.3 SWEEP TO WAKE/SLEEP
# =============================================
# - Swipe across the nav bar to sleep/wake
# - Options are:
# 0 - Disable
# 1 - Sweep To Wake and Sweep to Sleep
# 2 - Sweep To Sleep Only
S2WS=0

# =============================================
# 10.4 POWER KEY SUSPEND
# =============================================
# - To stop wake controls when screen is turned off by power key
# - Options are: 1 for ON and 0 for OFF
PWRKEY=0

# =============================================
# 10.5 WAKE TIMEOUT
# =============================================
# - Stop wake controls after screen is left off for some time.
# - Options are: time (in seconds)
TIMEOUT=0

# ================================================== =================================
# 11. MISCELLANEOUS SETTINGS
# ================================================== =================================

# =============================================
# 11.1 TCP CONGESTION CONTROL
# =============================================
# - Sets the algorithm of internet congestion avoidance, to
# possibly improve speeds and load times.
# - Options are:
# - bic | cubic | highspeed | htcp | hybla | illinois | lp
# - reno | scalable | vegas | veno | yeah | westwood
TCP=veno

# =============================================
# 11.2 DYNAMIC FSYNC
# =============================================
# - If enabled, this will defer the sync operations of the filesystem while screen
# is on, which can improve the device performace. When the screen is off, a flush is
# called to synchronize all outstanding writes keeping your data safe.
# - Read more from here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/gala...4/post33731930
# - Options are: 1 for ON and 0 for OFF
DYNAMIC_FSYNC=1

# =============================================
# 11.3 POWER SUSPEND
# =============================================
# - Power suspend is a new Kernel Power Management Driver which replaces the
# deprecated Early Suspend PM driver for older Android/Kernel combinations.
# - It has several modes. Userspace mode allows user to control power suspend
# on/off manually. All other modes, the power suspend is controlled by kernel
# automatically.
# - Recommended On for better battery savings while screen is off.
# - Options are:
# 0 - AUTOSLEEP | 2 - LCD_PANEL
# 1 - USERSPACE | 3 - HYBRID
POWER_SUSPEND=1

# =============================================
# 11.4 VIBRATION INTENSITY
# =============================================
# - Adjusts the vibration intensity
# - Default vibration intensity: 63
VIB=100

# =============================================
# 11.5 USB FAST CHARGE
# =============================================

# =====================================
# 11.5.1 FAST CHARGE SWITCH
# =====================================
# - If enabled, device will charge faster when connected through USB.
# NOTE: Enabling this will disable access to phone storage via USB.
# - Options are:
# 0 - OFF
# 1 - ON
# 2 - CUSTOM (set FC_LEVEL below)
FAST_CHARGE=2

# =====================================
# 11.5.2 FAST CHARGE LEVEL
# =====================================
# - Fast charge voltage configuration.
# - WARNING: Incorrect use of voltage can damage your phone or USB ports
# - Options are (in mA):
# 500 | 900 | 1200 | 1500 | 2000
# - Recommended voltage configuration:
# 500 as MAX for USB 2.0
# 900 as MAX for USB 3.0
# 1500 as MAX for Wall Charger
FC_LEVEL=1500

# =============================================
# 11.6 BATTERY LIFE EXTENDER
# =============================================
# - It is used to set a limit for the capacity to which the battery will be charged,
# preventing the battery to wear out fast.
# - Currently not working correctly from what I've heard for this device.
# - Default Value: 97
BLX=100

# ================================================== =================================
# 12. MODULES
# ================================================== =================================

# =============================================
# 12.1 FRANDOM
# =============================================
# - Frandom is a Linux kernel random number generator, which is 10-50 times
# faster than what you get from Linux' built-in /dev/urandom. And it uses very
# little (/dev/frandom) or none (/dev/erandom) of the kernel's entropy pool, so
# it is very useful for applications that require a handy source for lots of
# random data. Read more @ http://billauer.co.il/frandom.html
# - Options are: 1 for ON and 0 for OFF
FRANDOM=1

# =============================================
# 12.2 EXFAT
# =============================================
# - This module is used to read/access mass storages that are formatted in ExFAT
# - Options are: 1 for ON and 0 for OFF
EXFAT=0
 
 
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You make my N5 lag with that post
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How to use frandom? Can u explain
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You make my N5 lag with that post

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Can you post that cfg into a file and attache it?

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um, good for you? to me that setup is lacking very much, and/or includes too much just junk. looks like your friends dont know much.
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um, good for you? to me that setup is lacking very much, and/or includes too much just junk. looks like your friends dont know much.

That's the .cfg file for the Uber kernel. It includes all the configurables. It looks like he's using the default values except for the CPU governor.
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That's the .cfg file for the Uber kernel. It includes all the configurables. It looks like he's using the default values except for the CPU governor.

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Next time just upload the .cfg txt file, not a copy pasta -_-
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Wow dat post such worthless many stupid.
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That hurt my eyes and head! Mama Mia!!

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