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yes..too bad that we cant test it on 4.2.2 rom
Running it right now on ThinkingBridge ROM and its running fine.
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Test on XenonHD latest running great !!

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running smooth but i get high androidos drain
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Test on XenonHD latest running great !!

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tested on xenonHD
i changed from SIO to deadline, and my phone was practically unusable...
reverted back to previous kernel.

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yes..too bad that we cant test it on 4.2.2 rom
Works smooth on slim bean 4.2.2. No battery drain also.
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SIO is a nice scheduler, any plans to add the row scheduler? or have you tried that one and found it worse?
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I'm currently using this on slimbean 2.5 and there are no issues.
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SIO is a nice scheduler, any plans to add the row scheduler? or have you tried that one and found it worse?
I didn't try it. Will it be better?
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Comparing your source to the kernel I used to use, this is the only important change I see. https://github.com/abev66/linux-kern...90dda22aedc014

Does this help your SLCD panel? It looks like this is why the colours bug me.

Code:
--- herring-panel.c.vte	2013-01-12 11:12:53.008586928 -0500
+++ herring-panel.c.ink	2013-01-12 11:13:02.432012414 -0500
@@ -357,6 +357,7 @@
 		0x0b8,
 		0x0fc,
 	},
+#ifdef CONFIG_TL2796_CONVERT_COLORS_RES
 	.color_adj = {
 		/* Convert from 8500K to D65, assuming:
 		 * Rx 0.66950, Ry 0.33100
@@ -364,19 +365,20 @@
 		 * Bx 0.14142, By 0.04258
 		 */
 		.mult = {
-			2013265920U,
-			1619001344U,
-			1996488704U,
+			2318372099U,
+			2117262806U,
+			1729744557U,
 		},
 		.rshift = 31,
 	},
+#endif
 
 	.gamma_adj_points = &gamma_adj_points,
 	.gamma_table = gamma_table,
 	.gamma_table_size = ARRAY_SIZE(gamma_table),
 };
 
-static u16 brightness_setting_table[] = {
+static const u16 brightness_setting_table[] = {
 	0x051, 0x17f,
 	ENDDEF, 0x0000
 };
@@ -997,7 +999,7 @@
 	ENDDEF, 0x0000
 };
 
-static u16 R61408_brightness_setting_table[] = {
+static const u16 R61408_brightness_setting_table[] = {
 	0xB0, 0x102,
 	0xB9, 0x100,
 	0x1F7, 0x102,
Thank you, I'll try to revert this.
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