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I will update this as long as I have time, introducing new features and fixes for any issues that may arise.

If you have any feature requests or ideas that haven't been seen before, don't hesitate to throw it out there, I love new things!

If you're concerned about benchmarks, go here.

Features:
Code:
Linux Kernel 3.4.95
LZ4 Compressed Kernel/Ramdisk
LG Thermal Control
Fast Charge
IntelliPlug
Bidirectional Sweep2Wake
Bidirectional Sweep2Sleep
Sweep2Dim
DoubleTap2Wake (User configured tap radius)
Samsung's exFat module support
Enabled extra TCP cong. controllers
LG G2's latest PM driver (replaces lpm)
Shared Memory driver (smem)
Xbox Controller support enabled
Kexec-Hardboot support
F2FS Support
Gamma Control
Full RGB Color Control
(RGB/Gamma) Startup Config
Gamma Corrected Brightness
Sound Control
Wheatley CPU Gov
Intellidemand CPU Gov
Intelliactive CPU Gov
OndemandPlus CPU Gov
SIO/BFQ/FIOPS/ZEN/VR IO Schedulers
Dynamic fsync
frandom
Powersuspend
Overclock to 2.7Ghz
Underclock to 96Mhz
Voltage Control
Thanks to:
Code:
Lithid
flar2
franciscofranco
faux123
showp1984
yorici
Piereligio
The Gingerbread Man
vomer
Code:
Both overclock-enabled and stock-clock (2265Mhz) builds are available below.
Quote:

Want some F2FS(-ALL) support? Check out this thread maintained by @kdh2834

Download:
Furnace Kernel / source / changelog / mirror

Boot Image Unpacking/Repacking:
If there's anything you want to utilize within the boot.img, (ramdisk for example) here's a quick guide on unpacking boot.img

You will need to get a hold of the latest unpackbootimg/mkbootimg, I recommend CM11 source.

Boot partition is located in /dev/block/platform/msm_sdcc.1/by-name/boot

To unpack:
Code:
mkdir output
./unpackbootimg -i boot.img -o output
To repack:
Code:
./mkbootimg --kernel output/boot.img-zImage-dtb --ramdisk output/boot.img-ramdisk.gz --cmdline "console=ttyHSL0,115200,n8 androidboot.hardware=hammerhead user_debug=31 maxcpus=4 msm_watchdog_v2.enable=1" --base 0x00000000 --pagesize 2048 --ramdisk_offset 0x02900000 --tags_offset 0x02700000 -o new_boot.img


(OLD: Furnace-1.1.0 and below) Strict Mode:
Trickster Mod does not support this module parameter yet, so here's some sysfs!
-Make sure MPDecision is disabled and IntelliPlug is enabled
-Make sure Eco Mode is not enabled
Code:
echo "1/0" > /sys/module/intelli_plug/parameters/strict_mode_active
Sweep2Wake/Sleep
Yes many apps support this but here's some more info on it and sysfs.
Code:
echo "2/1/0" > /sys/android_touch/sweep2wake
Code:
echo "1/0" > /sys/android_touch/doubletap2wake
Selecting "2" for Sweep2Wake will limit the feature to S2S only, to use, swipe from the left or the right of the navbar to the alternate side.
Selecting "1" will enable both S2W and S2W, to turn on your display, swipe from the left or right of the screen to the alternate side.

DoubleTap2Wake Feather Radius
You will be able to control the allowed distance between tap #1 and tap #2. This will help with unintentional wakes quite a bit.
Code:
echo "3/2/1" > /sys/android_touch/doubletap2wake_feather
Value 1 is the stock radius, 2 is a tighter radius, and 3 is a very tight radius (which I found quite nice).

Diag Mode enable:
Code:
setprop sys.usb.config diag,adb
Disable:
Code:
setprop sys.usb.config mtp,adb
Want to customize? Use this.

If you pick your kernel based on buzzwords then this has all that crap I guess.
Last edited by savoca; 18th October 2014 at 04:20 PM.
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