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[KERNEL] [GPL] [N5] franco.Kernel - r69

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12th February 2014, 03:57 PM   |  #17611  
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..this makes sense man..I will give it a try..I thought of this earlier but was confused n concluded that I am an idiot..but now you are saying this too so i will give it a try.. Thanks

EDIT: I think it made a difference..maybe a placebo but the person on the other side said that its much better now..thanks

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Nice. I'm glad it helped.

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can't wait for r33 stable build.
As i saw people in another thread [DT2W/S2W] [COLOR] fr33tst10 have very good feedback about r33 test10 so maybe it will be next stable version?
I'm very happy with stock+r32, also use battery doctor to disable cores, and UV -100 ALL FREQS(300 Mhz-675) and downclock to 652 Mhz.
So i have around 4-5 SOT al the time.
Hope it will increase in future builds of Franko Kernel

We will most likely be seeing at least one more test build. Franco has at least one thing on his local build right now that we don't. If you want to update, just get on the latest test. It's stable

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12th February 2014, 04:26 PM   |  #17612  
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Franco, in my option you should really put some FAQS in the thread, so people don't have to ask same question again and again..
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12th February 2014, 04:29 PM   |  #17613  
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Franco, in my option you should really put some FAQS in the thread, so people don't have to ask same question again and again..

Hi,

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FAQ: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2532422

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12th February 2014, 04:30 PM   |  #17614  
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Franco, in my option you should really put some FAQS in the thread, so people don't have to ask same question again and again..

People don't read anyway they want to be spoonfed information. FAQs don't help, look at a bunch of threads and see if it stopped the idiotic questions. For instance the paranoid android thread people ask where's halo or hybrid .

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12th February 2014, 04:46 PM   |  #17615  
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Franco, in my option you should really put some FAQS in the thread, so people don't have to ask same question again and again..

Oh the irony
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12th February 2014, 05:02 PM   |  #17616  
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Franco, in my option you should really put some FAQS in the thread, so people don't have to ask same question again and again..

The OP is the best place to keep a secret because nobody reads it.
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12th February 2014, 05:51 PM   |  #17617  
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The OP is the best place to keep a secret because nobody reads it.

+1 can vouch for this fact

I once hid my bank ID and password in OP and no one stole my money!
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12th February 2014, 05:53 PM   |  #17618  
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In curious as to what the leaderboards are going to entail. Most flashes? Lol

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I wanted to add the achievement points to the leaderboard but Google's Play Games APIs suck in that regard. I cannot fetch the user achievements, nor iterate through the achievements and count how many points the user has. As of now I have no other high score metrics that I can think off to add to the leaderboard, so that's empty for now.

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You could generate a user-specific jpg for the signature that updates with all achievements

Similar to http://steamsignature.com

Then again, that's a lot of work for achievements...I'll get right on that.

That's a lot of work that I don't really need or want to have.

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People is there any fix for the low mic volume..I have set Mic gain at 3 in FKU but still the person on the other end says that speak louder I cannot hear u properly..So I have to speak loud enough which I dont really like..any fix please.. I am on r32 btw..

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The only fix for that that I can remember is to disable the noise cancellation feature. Same thing happened on 100% stock device. Search on Google on how to disable it.

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Hi @franciscofranco, I got a reboot while applying a color profile, the screen went off and never on again, then after 3-4 second i got the reboot.

pasting a logcat after reboot i guess is it useless isn't it ?



thank you for your wonderful work on this kernel !

Hmm maybe a bug on myfluxi's latest patch. Kernel log would be great.

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Just wondering if this is normal?!

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Yes?

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I had graphical glitches while scrolling in tapatalk. Then i whatched a video.. Got ths glitches again and finally my phone turned off with a Kernel panic. I tried to upload to pastie.org but the site seems to have a problem. https://www.dropbox.com/s/kd2k003j93xckra/last_kmsg.txt

Btw: im on latest test Kernel.
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Thanks for the log.

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Is FK still being developed? I check FKU from time to time and there is no updates in like a month or something...

Now, it's not that I have any problems with it, no no, it's working great! But, I'm just wondering if there is something coming that will make it even better?

Yes.
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12th February 2014, 05:54 PM   |  #17619  
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To sum up and not to create confusion with the RAM reporting, there are NO RAM issues with the latest 33 beta

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Again, I am still experiencing memory leaks. Could be other apps I suppose. I'm going to try what one person suggested and flash stock then latest r33.
12th February 2014, 06:01 PM   |  #17620  
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Today I had to reboot the nexus as the free ram was hovering under 600mb free.

The cause is the same as with previous tests (even if with the latest is much harder to trigger that leak). Use Chrome heavily and there goes the free ram

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