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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 5.0.2, Synman's GwT ROM for Tilapia, carcosa kernel)
    Family/shared tablet: Archos 70b (Honeycomb)
    Former tablet: Archos 70 (Froyo, deceased)

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22 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 ...
5 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...
4 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...
4 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...
4 For those having IO slowness, try carcosa-a33-lp-anykernel.zip. It adds the SIO IO scheduler and makes it the default. (I seriously need to find the time to update these on my own development thread.)...