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[KERNEL] Furnace-1.2.3 for OnePlus One [AOSP/STOCK][1/6/2015][RGB][Sweep2Volume]

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4th January 2015, 04:29 AM   |  #381  
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Do You Use GCC Toolchain for Building?
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Do You Use GCC Toolchain for Building?

The same one CM/Google use in official builds, yes.
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5th January 2015, 06:49 PM   |  #383  
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I really don't understand why people don't just use ondemand or interactive, instead of asking for some awful governor based off of interactive or ondemand that's literally just a placebo. Everything is nice and clean here and I appreciate that, there are tons of OPO kernels that are disgustingly bloated and follow a doctrine of "add features first, check if anything works later". The way you run your kernel is a godsend compared to other kernels on this forum, and I applaud you for that.

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I like the simplicity of this kernel everything is clear an easy.
It runs fine for now

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People just tend to be excited about new things even if they don't know jack about them. This is maybe even more so with this hype driven device designed to be rooted. Keep up your philosophy, I'm sure there are users who appreciate the work you do. Myself included.

Very well said all of you. I must admit even with the multitude of options in other kernels which I have tried they do not put anymore extra life to my phone than yours.Also I truly appreciate the smoothness you offer. Your kernel and thread is run quite well. Thx for both
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6th January 2015, 09:54 AM   |  #384  
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Could You Update the Kernel to Support the Official CM12 Nightly Build? TIA
Also, Was Just Curious, Which Hotplugging Driver Does Your Kernel Implement? MPDecision?
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Could You Update the Kernel to Support the Official CM12 Nightly Build? TIA
Also, Was Just Curious, Which Hotplugging Driver Does Your Kernel Implement? MPDecision?

Done, check downloads. And yes, mpdecision.
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@savoca does the lollipop version of the kernel function with cm11s? Just checking the obvious if the stock KitKat is for cm11s and aosp lollipop is for cm12 or is if the later is backward compatible... Thanks in advance
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@savoca does the lollipop version of the kernel function with cm11s? Just checking the obvious if the stock KitKat is for cm11s and aosp lollipop is for cm12 or is if the later is backward compatible... Thanks in advance

They are only intended to be compatible with their respective versions (stock-kitkat = CM-11S, aosp-kitkat = CM-11.0-Nightly, aosp-lollipop = CM-12.0-Nightly), if a build does happen to be compatible with a version it was not intended for, I cannot offer support for it.

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