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30th January 2016, 03:43 PM |#6961  
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Servers seems to be down, anyone to share me a link please?

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31st January 2016, 04:31 AM |#6962  
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Overheating whenever I turn on data and gps to use with gmaps. Other than that the kernel is working fine.
9th February 2016, 12:38 AM |#6963  
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Yes, one is already in the works.

Any news about that kernel for CM13?

Great kernel here by the way. Can't wait to see it running in MM ROMs.
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10th February 2016, 09:03 PM |#6964  
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Can someone tell me what the difference between the Lollipop builds and the LP-CAF builds are? And which one should I use for MultiROM?
10th February 2016, 10:59 PM |#6965  
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Can someone tell me what the difference between the Lollipop builds and the LP-CAF builds are? And which one should I use for MultiROM?

Lp caf is full caf.

Before the kernel was pure caf, it was caf patched.
10th February 2016, 11:01 PM |#6966  
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Lp caf is full caf.

Before the kernel was pure caf, it was caf patched.

OK, well what does that mean? And which one should I use for MultiROM?
10th February 2016, 11:05 PM |#6967  
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OK, well what does that mean? And which one should I use for MultiROM?

I have never used multi ROM, so that's why I didn't answer that portion

Caf = code aurora forum

Long story short, Qualcomm gives kernel source to them, where as aosp (although they do use some caf) source comes from google.

If that doesn't make sense, I'd read up on it via googling it.
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