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[KERNEL] Chacha kernel 2.6.35.14 by Tokafondo.

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Exclamation [KERNEL] Chacha kernel 2.6.35.14 by Tokafondo.

Hello all. This is my own custom kernel.

I tailored it to work on stock roms.

I updated the sources (as my knowledge allows me to do it) up to 2.6.35.14.

I put there SWAP support (via a second partition on your SD card). You can enable it with Swapper2.

I also put init.d support. You *must* follow the step number 2 detailed in this guide: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2287540, as I already did step 1 for you.

EXT4 and NTFS support is there, too, in the case that you have a sdcard formatted in that file systems, but I haven't tested the NTFS features.

HTC Performance locks is disabled: you can underclock down to 19,2 khz if you want to.

Also, there are SmartAssV2 as default governor and Simple I/O as scheduler.

I hope I will soon be able to put undervolting there, or more CPU clocks for more choices of clock settings.

Comments, please, and enjoy!!

Edit:

You have to copy the files inside modules.zip to
Code:
/system/lib/modules
. Thanks to johan111 for pointing to this.
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Hello all. This is my own custom kernel.

I tailored it to work on stock roms.

I updated the sources (as my knowledge allows me to do it) up to 2.6.35.14.

I put there SWAP support (via a second partition on your SD card). You can enable it with Swapper2.

I also put init.d support. You *must* follow the step number 2 detailed in this guide: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2287540, as I already did step 1 for you.

EXT4 and NTFS support is there, too, in the case that you have a sdcard formatted in that file systems, but I haven't tested the NTFS features.

HTC Performance locks is disabled: you can underclock down to 19,2 khz if you want to.

Also, there are SmartAssV2 as default governor and Simple I/O as scheduler.

I hope I will soon be able to put undervolting there, or more CPU clocks for more choices of clock settings.

Comments, please, and enjoy!!

very very good mate ! , but how can i flash it? from fastboot or ? , and what about swap tested? on stock rom?
 
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very very good mate ! , but how can i flash it? from fastboot or ? , and what about swap tested? on stock rom?
Yes, you will have to flash it by using fastboot:

(remember to have a cwm backup just in case you want to reflash your original boot partition)

Code:
fastboot flash boot bootv6initd.img
Swap partition goes as second partition of SD card. Swapper2 will work to format it as 'swap' type.
 
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hm, happy to see still chacha development is active....did anyone tested it?
Curr devices - Nexus 5 // HTC ChaCha S-OFF // ASUS TF300T // Minix X7
Old devices - Nexus 4, Acer ICONIA A100, HTC dual touch, ASUS P750, Moto A780, CX-01 TV box

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[ROM] [4.2.2] [UNOFFICIAL] CyanogenMod 10.1 for ChaCha
[ROM] [S-OFF] ZaSa_4chacha
[GUIDE][S-ON] How to downgrade chacha to lower firmware version
 
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hm, happy to see still chacha development is active....did anyone tested it?
I'm eager to try it but I just love your port man, I will get a new phone in march so I will have the time to test more things on my chacha
 
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hm i tried to build kitkat but it didnt work and it needs more knowledge than what i have.... and if we can keep the kernal up to date, may be some issues in custom rom might get fixed (HOPE)
Curr devices - Nexus 5 // HTC ChaCha S-OFF // ASUS TF300T // Minix X7
Old devices - Nexus 4, Acer ICONIA A100, HTC dual touch, ASUS P750, Moto A780, CX-01 TV box

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[ROM] [4.2.2] [UNOFFICIAL] CyanogenMod 10.1 for ChaCha
[ROM] [S-OFF] ZaSa_4chacha
[GUIDE][S-ON] How to downgrade chacha to lower firmware version
 
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I also put init.d support. You *must* follow the step number 2 detailed in this guide: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2287540, as I already did step 1 for you.


i cant file called sysinit in system/bin !! or i must create it and type the code inside it?
 
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It's a text file you should create. Type in the code, set owner and permissions and you are done.
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