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[DER KERNEL] NS+4G Trinity (E)UV and OC ICS + JB roms

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By morfic, Recognized Developer on 15th April 2011, 08:35 PM
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It's DoW if you owned a Vibrant before, Trinity is the name in its passport though.

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Files and source:

www . Der Kernel . com


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ICS:
  • Voodoo Sound V10 (Thanks supercurio)
  • Trinity Spice (based on voodoo color V1 by supercurio)
  • BLN (Backlight notification) (Big Thanks Neldar)
  • Backlight dimmer by Ezekeel
  • Based on Samsung git source.
  • Safeboot to lower clock, higher need a tool like setcpu or no-frills CPU control
  • New Trinity bootanimation by @rascarlo
  • TUN module (Tunneling/VPN support)
  • CIFS module (Samba support)
  • EXT4 tweaks
  • Most lean build achievable.
  • Not a rebooter.

JB: WIP

For CM, to use this kernel flash the CM Black Screen Fix (Thanks JackpotClavin and lurtis)


Thanks to @RyanMacG for euroskank hosting


When "Just Flash It" didn't work:
  • Flash rom.
  • Flash kernel.
  • Power off.
  • Pull battery for 2 minutes.
  • Put battery back
  • Now boot phone.


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GPS woes? Try this .apk, worked wonders on GB.

Endursa shared this GL fixing link. Follow it, see 65fps on Quadrant planet like it was meant to be.

T for Trinity
UV for undervolt (you would want to uninstall setcpu like apps and just run it)
EUV represents a 880MHz top speed power savings kernel, snappy still? You Bet'cha!
144 for 1.44GHz (I will rethink this when the 10GHz phones hit the market)
-Any means it uses Koush's anykernel scripting to install trinity using the original ramdisk, making it possible to use it on m(any) roms w/o needing a special version.
(X)A new kernel just born by my slacker hands, feel free to use it, we think it's good even if it was eXperimental just moments ago. (X) comes off when we feel it's a daily driver.
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15th April 2011, 08:36 PM |#2  
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maybe i need this later
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Hmmm, interesting :3
I'll test it right now

edit: Freeze after playing games or using the 3d drawer
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Hmmm, interesting :3
I'll test it right now

edit: Freeze after playing games or using the 3d drawer

Launcher Pro? Or do you mean adw's 4D?

Sent from my Nexus S
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Launcher Pro? Or do you mean adw's 4D?

Sent from my Nexus S

Google's stock android 2.2/2.3 launcher.
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Yea I will say this is the fastest kernel I have ever used, scored averaging 3700, best being almost 4000...Solid work morfic.
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Yea I will say this is the fastest kernel I have ever used, scored averaging 3700, best being almost 4000...Solid work morfic.

Thanks for some positive feedback.
This is the longest tested of all kernels I built.
Simms22 is not much of a tester, his phone runs about any crazy oc and uv I throw at it, so I added time to testing it

Unfortunately no oc kernel will ever run stable on all phones, if they did, samsung would charge us for that.


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Thanks for some positive feedback.
This is the longest tested of all kernels I built.
Simms22 is not much of a tester, his phone runs about any crazy oc and uv I throw at it, so I added time to testing it

Unfortunately no oc kernel will ever run stable on all phones, if they did, samsung would charge us for that.


Sent from my Nexus S

Unfortunately not stable on my device. Ran a couple of quadrants (4015) but froze during smartbench.
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Originally Posted by morfic

Thanks for some positive feedback.
This is the longest tested of all kernels I built.
Simms22 is not much of a tester, his phone runs about any crazy oc and uv I throw at it, so I added time to testing it

Unfortunately no oc kernel will ever run stable on all phones, if they did, samsung would charge us for that.


Sent from my Nexus S

Naw it runs 100% on full OC 1440. I only have issues with radio occassionally, but thats because i cant make up my mind which is better, KB1 or KB3. But yea, mos def a daily driver. Ive drained my battery in 1/3 of the time i usually do, playing with my phone so much. Much appreciated sir, if you need more experienced feedback, let me know, I've done some work with android, just dont have the time as of late, but logcats etc are easy and not that taxing on my time
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Thanks for some positive feedback.
This is the longest tested of all kernels I built.
Simms22 is not much of a tester, his phone runs about any crazy oc and uv I throw at it, so I added time to testing it

Unfortunately no oc kernel will ever run stable on all phones, if they did, samsung would charge us for that.

except for that damned 1.7ghz kernel. one of these days..

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Unfortunately not stable on my device. Ran a couple of quadrants (4015) but froze during smartbench.

the phone commited murphacide
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Naw it runs 100% on full OC 1440. I only have issues with radio occassionally, but thats because i cant make up my mind which is better, KB1 or KB3. But yea, mos def a daily driver. Ive drained my battery in 1/3 of the time i usually do, playing with my phone so much. Much appreciated sir, if you need more experienced feedback, let me know, I've done some work with android, just dont have the time as of late, but logcats etc are easy and not that taxing on my time

i used(on uv now, will use again) this kernel, as a daily driver, longer than any other. it definitely deserves respect. btw, i use KB1, and also had a hard time decided which radio i liked best

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