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Default [KERNEL][AOSP/CM][08/07/14] SaberMod franco.Kernel - r17

Some asked for it, here it is: Sabermod franco.Kernel for our Nexus 7 2013! (Flo)


Disclaimer: Your warranty is now void, use at your own risk. Don't blame me for anything because YOU decided to make these changes.



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- Always synced with the newest commits from the official franco.Kernel source
- Compiled with SaberMod GCC 4.9.1 with Ofast optmisations + Graphite + other optimisations
- Linux 3.4.96
- AOSP/CM compatible
- F2FS compatible
- DT2W/S2W support
- Ability to force the touchscreen driver (if there's one you like for some reason)

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1. Install using CWM/TWRP
2. Profit

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Kernel Source (sm-4.4 and sm-4.4-cm)
Anykernel Source (flo)

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Note that I've left an init.d script that gets executed at each boot. It is situated at /system/etc/init.d/91touchcontrols. You can control DT2W/S2W and the various options of it. It's basically thanks to flar2 which implemented it first to Flo. More info on his ElementalX kernel here:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2389022


Also I've implemented CTCaer's forced touchscreen update in case you have some issues with your touchscreens. More info on his implementation here:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2800308

If you have some suggestions, please say them in the thread or send me a PM.
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Looks good! Just flashing now. How much is gained performence wise compared to the original kernel?
Phone: SONY XPERIA SP

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Kernel: Stock
Bootloader: LOCKED

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Rom: PA or C-ROM
Kernel: Latest Franco or Elementalx
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So far loving the kernel. Thank you for providing it.
I was trying to enable double tab to wake but the setting wouldn't stick using trickster mod. And I can't locate it I'm Franco control

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So far loving the kernel. Thank you for providing it.
I was trying to enable double tab to wake but the setting wouldn't stick using trickster mod. And I can't locate it I'm Franco control

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Franco kernel updater as far as I know does not change screen wake settings. Trickster mod works for me
Phone: SONY XPERIA SP

Rom: STOCK or PARANOID NEXUS
Kernel: Stock
Bootloader: LOCKED

Tablet: NEXUS 7 2013 FLO

Rom: PA or C-ROM
Kernel: Latest Franco or Elementalx
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So far loving the kernel. Thank you for providing it.
I was trying to enable double tab to wake but the setting wouldn't stick using trickster mod. And I can't locate it I'm Franco control

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Well this is why I've provided an init.d script in which you can enable/disable dt2w and s2w and their advanced options.

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Thank you so much for this. Do I just flash and get the updated touchscreen drivers, or do I have to enable them?

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Is this kernel from the future? If so, I must try it!! Thank u.
 
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Thank you so much for this. Do I just flash and get the updated touchscreen drivers, or do I have to enable them?

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Well you have to find the touchscreen driver you need. Then you need to find its path and write it down into /sys/devices/i2c-3/3-0010/update_fw. It would have been easier make to make some script that would overwrite or maybe the value gets saved up. I would need to check further myself.

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Is this kernel from the future? If so, I must try it!! Thank u.
Nope you aren't dreaming, it's from the present and you'll won't regret it!

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