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[KERNEL][Mar 10][b49] _motley kernel for the N4 (add faux sound control)

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30th November 2012, 05:58 AM   |  #11  
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Nice work motley. I'm not an overclocker so I'll probably be running this often. Can you look at tweaking the voltage table a bit, 800 mV is not low enough. I think the lower steps will be able to go as low as 600 stable. Just a thought. Thanks for your work.

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That is odd. I just looked at it on my phone with ES zip viewer and it looks fine. Also looks good in Linux and flashes fine using CWM touch. Does Root Explorer officially support JB4.2?

No idea but it flashed correctly! Good job!

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Running great on the latest Xylon build .. Thanks

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Nice work motley. I'm not an overclocker so I'll probably be running this often. Can you look at tweaking the voltage table a bit, 800 mV is not low enough. I think the lower steps will be able to go as low as 600 stable. Just a thought. Thanks for your work.

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Thx, definitely will try to push it down for us so we can test it out what works best. Heading to bed now, but should be able to do some tweaks tomorrow and over the weekend.

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Awesome, thanks for the quick feedback guys!
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Nice work motley. I'm not an overclocker so I'll probably be running this often. Can you look at tweaking the voltage table a bit, 800 mV is not low enough. I think the lower steps will be able to go as low as 600 stable. Just a thought. Thanks for your work.

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I noticed that Faux kernel's minimum is also 800mv. I wonder if this is some hard coded limit or something

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30th November 2012, 08:00 AM   |  #17  
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Glad to see you here motley! Your N7 kernel is legendary.... Can't wait to use this!

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I noticed that Faux kernel's minimum is also 800mv. I wonder if this is some hard coded limit or something

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I don't think it's a limit, as such, I think that's the lower they know is definitely stable at the moment.
As motley said, he'll do some more testing when he's got time, so he'll be able to know for sure if lower would still be stable.

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Usb otg work with this kernel?

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Usb otg work with this kernel?

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Features
304MHz lowest CPU freq step added with lower voltage than stock, since the device spends a lot of time at this frequency. 432 MHz removed since it doesn't seem to use it much.
Google 3.4 base. All stock features are of course supported (camera, OTG, NFC etc.)
Fsync disabled by default for performance and battery saving - enable/disable switch is available if you want to turn back on (see below).
Voltage control (thanks faux123!) - be careful to not save the setting on boot until you are 100% sure!
Compiler optimizations (-O2) - using 2012.10.22 Linaro 4.7.1 ARM toolchain
I/O schedulers - SIO(default), deadline (optimized), cfq, noop
Governors - OnDemand (stock ramdisk will set on boot), Interactive (my favorite, responsive + good standby battery usage), PowerSave, Conservative
CIFS, NFS, NTFS r/w, TUN - built-in, no need for any kernel modules
Increased mm read-ahead buffer to 1024
XZ compression
GPL compliant - source is kept up to date at github.com and released at the time the kernel is released to the public via this post. See github link at the bottom of this post.
Other misc patches and tweaks (see github)

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