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[KERNEL] marmite v10.6 final

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20th August 2012, 06:13 PM   |  #1651  
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I'm on euroskank's aokp from 15th August, until krarvind adds a brightness slider in the notifications.

on slimbean now. it supports longpress on status bar to set brightness or hold and slide to your preferred brightness. like cm10 status bar brightness control.

only features I miss are volume wake/media skip and lockscreen customization.

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20th August 2012, 06:32 PM   |  #1652  
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For some reason it seems like the Android OS battery drain only affects me.. I've tried multiple roms and different versions of bedalus kernel and the same annoying drain (3.5 doesn't have any drain though)
I'll be on matrix till an update in this kernel plays nice on my phone..

This kernel is otherwise just great.. I've noticed the Android OS keep awake its only with BLN enabled.

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20th August 2012, 07:44 PM   |  #1653  
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So apparently some people say the slowdowns related to RAM never going back to what you booted with is only with CM10 sources. So jellybro being real popular you'd get that, same with official CM10. Other roms based off CM10 would get this. CNA would be good since it's from AOSP...


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Dude mtp is for windows. Majority of users use windows. Please read first page of this kernel

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Well aren't you a smartie. It's developped by Microsoft.

Doesn't explain what all the fuss is about. It's a feature that was good in ICS to work around the slow file transfers. I don't seem to have slow transfers anymore in JB, and MTP implementation is keeping nice stuff like IDLE2 from working. The support of MTP is absolute s!@# on Mac and Linux yet everybody seems to like it. I just don't get it, so I'm wondering if I'm missing out something a bit less obvious than "mtp is for windows"...
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20th August 2012, 08:14 PM   |  #1654  
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i see noop is removed, problem is i always thought smartass v2/noop was the best combination for battery or ondemand/deadline

whats the best combo now for battery ?
20th August 2012, 08:47 PM   |  #1655  
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I'm running smartassv2/ deadline. Going on 32 hours with 2 hours of screen time. Sitting at 35% now. Mostly on wifi but I've only dropped 20% since I've been off wifi at work in 6 hours.
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I'm with v.4.3_test 2 and now I have random reboot. Here is last_kmsg.txt

In this log there is only one line that repeats: [ ] s3c-i2c s3c2440-i2c.0: i2c_s3c_irq_nextbyte: called in STATE_STOP

Had a two conversation and then I used Advanced Task Killer, to kill unnecessary apps and 10 seconds after that the phone restarts himself.
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21st August 2012, 01:12 AM   |  #1657  
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I'm with v.4.3_test 2 and now I have random reboot. Here is last_kmsg.txt

In this log there is only one line that repeats: [ ] s3c-i2c s3c2440-i2c.0: i2c_s3c_irq_nextbyte: called in STATE_STOP

Had a two conversation and then I used Advanced Task Killer, to kill unnecessary apps and 10 seconds after that the phone restarts himself.

I've seen this before.

I don't know what causes it, but it's something to do with audio. My 100% guess is that something is asking for more audio data, which isn't allowed in state stop. Unfortunately I have no clue if this is a kernel bug!
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i see noop is removed, problem is i always thought smartass v2/noop was the best combination for battery or ondemand/deadline

whats the best combo now for battery ?

There was a flaw in the tests i did. Deadline and cfq are both fine choices.
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So apparently some people say the slowdowns related to RAM never going back to what you booted with is only with CM10 sources. So jellybro being real popular you'd get that, same with official CM10. Other roms based off CM10 would get this. CNA would be good since it's from AOSP...




Well aren't you a smartie. It's developped by Microsoft.

Doesn't explain what all the fuss is about. It's a feature that was good in ICS to work around the slow file transfers. I don't seem to have slow transfers anymore in JB, and MTP implementation is keeping nice stuff like IDLE2 from working. The support of MTP is absolute s!@# on Mac and Linux yet everybody seems to like it. I just don't get it, so I'm wondering if I'm missing out something a bit less obvious than "mtp is for windows"...

I'll provide a version without mtp so idle 2 works
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21st August 2012, 01:48 AM   |  #1660  
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I don't seem to have slow transfers anymore in JB

Have you actually tested it? The speed difference massive. If you're able to get anywhere near the same speed let us know how you do it and then we can benefit too.

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