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[KERNEL][ARC/ARC S] DooMKernel {ICS} [Rel:v5][Dt:18/MAY][FW:ICSBeta/.562(LEAK)]

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By DooMLoRD, Recognized Developer on 27th February 2012, 09:49 PM
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28th March 2012, 06:13 AM |#161  
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Hi DOOM 1 week testing, my arc S with the governor's smartass v2 and very unstable (even at a frequency of 1.4 GHz). With Ondemand and Interactive X Ok everything up to a frequency of 1.9 GHz
At 2.0 Ghz crash.
No problem with wifi and Bluetooth, good battery management with Mooded rom v30.

Overall Great Work DOOM, but we are still on the first release and is still young, Thanks Doom.

I'm doing tests Undervolt and, with these settings, I have no problems, I can probably still get a little something:
134400 - 750
184320 - 775
192000 - 800
249600 - 800
364800 - 800
460800 - 850
576000 - 875
852800 - 900
768000 - 925
806400 - 950
921600 - 975
1017600 - 1000
1113600 - 1025
1209600 - 1050
1305600 - 1075
1401600 - 1100
1516800 - 1150
1612800 - 1200
1804800 - 1400 (original setting)
1900800 - 1450 (original setting)
2016000 - 1500 (original setting)

whats the temperature where you are? resistance n current flow also depends on the temperature, i am going to still try these settings now that i've found out why my android was crashing n have doomkernel back on.

update: ok, i tried your settings and it crashed. what governor are you using?
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Boot Manager in ICS Beta kernel
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I was wondering, if it was possible to include your BootManager and Touch recovery in this kernel...
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Hey DooM,

I was wondering, if it was possible to include your BootManager and Touch recovery in this kernel...

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ZRAM and cleancache mods also, please
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Hey DooM,

I was wondering, if it was possible to include your BootManager and Touch recovery in this kernel...

the ICS branch requires some work to properly recognize touch events... we are working on it...




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ZRAM and cleancache mods also, please

both are already integrated
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29th March 2012, 10:29 AM |#165  
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whats the temperature where you are? resistance n current flow also depends on the temperature, i am going to still try these settings now that i've found out why my android was crashing n have doomkernel back on.

update: ok, i tried your settings and it crashed. what governor are you using?

I have not checked the temperatures, but not hot to touch.
The only governor stable (in my arc s) is Ondemand it's crashing a lot less than others, while smartassV2 is the most unstable of all.
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What programs are you guys using to set your i/o, CPU and governor?

I used to use Setxperia, but had issues setting certain governors, i moved to CPU control light, and was able to successfully set CPU governor to smartassV2.

But CPU control light doesn't let me under volt, even though the kernel allows it, just need a good app which lets me set i/o schedule, cpu voltage at boot.

Currently on SmartassV2 at 1.4 GHZ using noop, no UV, and everything is perfect.
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I use Systune, working without problems,uv,oc,io

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the ICS branch requires some work to properly recognize touch events... we are working on it...






both are already integrated

how does one activate the zram, manage its settings or use it? in my cyanogenmod for my g1 there were compcache n swap settings.
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When you say you're facing some wifi and BT issues - does that mean the wifi will never "sleep" ?

I'm using your modules v4 and your v4 kernel. But it seems the wifi is always on, even when the phone is "sleeping"
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Love doom's work from x10 to arc. But miss the Sony logo on boot. Can anyone pm a kernel modified with original logo. Seen the unpack tools. But has anyone already done it? 2ghz version.

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I'm after some help please. I want to install a custom ICS ROM. I've just unlocked my bootloader and now I want to flash this kernal.

Do I need to install some stock ICS Firmware before I flash this kernal? Because I can't seem to find stock ICS firmware for the arc s.

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