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[KERNEL][CM9][24/03/12] Icy Glitch V14 - BETA - LiveOC - Voodoo - DIDLEv2 - USBhost

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16th February 2012, 11:08 PM |#591  
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This is also copy and pasted from the first post:

Note : These kernels are only compatible with CyanogenMod 9 based roms.
Use them on any other rom at your own risks.

yeah , saw this.
but I heard this kernel works fine with the ICSSGS so I thought I'll give it a try,

anyway so far so good... hope it will also improve my battery life...
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17th February 2012, 01:05 PM |#592  
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i gave it a try with icssgs and it worked. anyway, i switched do cm9 then due to the amount of additional features.
19th February 2012, 07:11 PM |#593  
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Thanks for the info :')

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19th February 2012, 08:30 PM |#594  
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Looking forward to the next update, my phone's been slowing down recently in the last couple of days!

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19th February 2012, 08:39 PM |#595  
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my phone's been slowing down recently in the last couple of days!

Give it a beer
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20th February 2012, 02:50 PM |#596  
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Give it a beer

Yeah I've tried that but now some is trapped in the screen? Thanks anyway...

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20th February 2012, 07:53 PM |#597  
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i have 1 questions...

how to enable Deep Idle for this kernel ?

i search i NSTools for the Deep Idle option, but not found...
20th February 2012, 07:58 PM |#598  
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i have 1 questions...

how to enable Deep Idle for this kernel ?

i search i NSTools for the Deep Idle option, but not found...

Current implementation isn't visible to nstools.
Based on github commits, next release will probably use the nstools visible implementation.


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how to enable Deep Idle for this kernel ?

i search i NSTools for the Deep Idle option, but not found...

auto enabled.
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20th February 2012, 09:08 PM |#600  
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Current implementation isn't visible to nstools.
Based on github commits, next release will probably use the nstools visible implementation.


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Hooray for this! The extensive testing on the Nexus S has shown that Ezekeel's implementation (the one that's visible to NSTools) is the only version of Didle that works. The tests also showed that the best powersaving combo is the Conservative governer with Ezekeel Didle... Considering how smooth conservative is with the current version, the next kernel should be mouth-wateringly good!
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In the changelog, it's stated v2 will be used in the next update, so yes it will be used!

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