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[Kernel] ardatdat kernel v1.5 [CWM] (OC/ROOT/VR/3G/init.d) (2012-02-05 13:00GMT)

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Anyone willing to test out my newest v1.6 kernel that support NTFS/CIFS with performance increase & ipv6 disabled?

Please PM me and I will send the link to you for testing
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To those who are brave enough,
not fear of bricking, exploding, blasting, blablabla....

Anyone willing to test out my newest v1.6 kernel that support NTFS/CIFS with performance increase & ipv6 disabled?

Please PM me and I will send the link to you for testing
That's Amazingly Fast...
 
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To those who are brave enough,
not fear of bricking, exploding, blasting, blablabla....

Anyone willing to test out my newest v1.6 kernel that support NTFS/CIFS with performance increase & ipv6 disabled?

Please PM me and I will send the link to you for testing
PM me too my bro!!

I hope 1.6 is much better.. coz after applied your 1.5 from 1.3a
i'm having laggy after few hours of use. but after reboot it back to normal.

but it is not everyday laggy.. only after using heavy load of app.
 
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I`m lucky to get a chance to test 1.61b version of kernel. Have been with it for nearly 6 hours, No freezes, no lags. As stable as 1.5 is. Overclocked to 1.2 GHz and its stable. Phone isn`t warming up even when charging. It used to warm a little with 1.5. Yet to check out NTFS support.

Inshort, Great job ardatdat. :)

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NTFS support means? SD card and internal storage all will be in NTFS format?
 
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Wink set cpu profile

please any one tell me a perfect profile and frequency for good performance and battery too.......... is any harm to set it performance profile on 1000 frequency.............??????????
 
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of coz it is OK dude.. 1000mhz@1Ghz is the default speed

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of coz it is OK dude.. 1000mhz@1Ghz is the default speed

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but i set it in performance profile....... is it ok
 
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but i set it in performance profile....... is it ok
Of course not! Performance keeps your CPU all the time at 1GHz and while the CPU doesn't care about this, your battery does!

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