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    carcosa kernel for grouper/tilaipia is rather nice. You might like it.
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    Main tablet: Asus/Google Nexus 7 32GB/HSPA+ (Lollipop 5.1.1, Synman's GwT ROM for Tilapia, carcosa kernel)
    Family/shared tablet: Archos 70b (Honeycomb)
    Former tablet: Archos 70 (Froyo, deceased)

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1. Motivation/overview This is a kernel for the 2012 Nexus 7 (grouper/tilapia) which sticks as closely as possible to the stock/released kernel sources, while incorporating the features I want from other popular alternative kernels. I've built ...
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Notes F2FS support While this kernel (from a22 on) includes the f2fs driver, it does not include any of the ramdisk or init tweaks that you would need to use f2fs. This is because I am not in a position to test f2fs myself. That said, the a22 (a...
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FINALLY! Thanks to jfmcbrayer (!!!), we can provide you an update for 2.4.81! Have a look in the first posting for links and howto update. :cool: All credit to Chulri for this; I just followed the instructions written on the nice drool-proo...
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Have i to use TriksterMod ?? i think so I have increased voltage for all frequences (+50) and i have increased max frequence (from 1500000 to 1600000) I don't know others triks .. I am not able to do more Open TricksterMod, and go to the 'gene...
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Lolipop update is here: carcosa-a33-lp-anykernel.zip. It rebases on the released sources for 5.0.2 and adds the SIO IO scheduler. At some point, I want to tag my last (unreleased) KK kernel as milestone release 2, but I'm pretty limited on time r...